September 6, 2016

Playlist Week of 2016-09-03

* Elizabethan Consort Music 1558-1603 (Hespérion XX/Savall) (Alia Vox CD)
* Abel, Bach, Marais, et al.: Les Voix Humaines (Savall) (Alia Vox CD)
* Marais: Alcione: Suites des Airs à joüer (Le Concerts des Nations/Savall) (Alia Vox SACD)
* Scriabin: Complete Preludes (d.1) (Piers Lane) (Hyperion 2CD)
* Charles Mingus: Mingus (Candid CD)
* Miles Davis: Get Up With It (Columbia 2LP)
* Miles Davis: Tutu (Warner Bros. LP)
* Andrew Hill: Andrew!!! (Blue Note LP)
* Andrew Hill: Spiral (Arista/Freedom LP)
* Elvin Jones: Genesis (Blue Note LP)
* Kalaparusha Maurice McIntyre: Forces And Feelings (Delmark LP)
* Mary Halvorson & Jessica Pavone: Thin Air (Thirsty Ear CD)
* Jessica Pavone: Knuckle Under (Taiga LP)
* Ictus: Future Winds (Airborn LP)
* Murray McNabb Group: Every Day Is A Beautiful Day (Sarang Bang CD)
* Band R: The End Is The Beginning (Mod X CD)
* Gianmarco Liguori: Stolen Paintings (Sarang Bang CD)
* Grateful Dead: Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs, KS 1991-06-24 (SBD 3CDR)
* Blue Cheer: Vincebus Eruptum (Philips LP)
* Hawkwind: Warrior On The Edge Of Time (Atco LP)
* Sensations’ Fix: Fragments of Light (Polydor/Superior Viaduct LP)
* Kraan: Let It Out (Passport LP)
* Vangelis: Albedo 0.39 (RCA LP)
* Public Image Ltd.: Second Edition (Island 2LP)
* Bauhaus: Bela Lugosi’s Dead (Small Wonder 12”)
* Talk Talk: The Party’s Over (EMI LP)
* The Teardrop Explodes: Kilimanjaro (Mercury LP)
* Lewis: L’Amour (R.A.W./Light In The Attic LP)
* Bill Laswell: Axiom Ambient: Lost In Translation (Axiom/Island 2CD)
* Ryley Walker: Golden Sings That Have Been Sung (Dead Oceans 2LP)



Gianmarco Liguori was kind enough to send me some more records from his Sarang Bang label, including this fantastic two-LP compilation, The Way In Is The Way Out: The Music of Murray McNabb. McNabb features prominently on Liguori's Duga-3 album (which I have been raving about) and is apparently a legend in New Zealand jazz, as documented on this comp along with a wealth of CDs and other recordings. Everything I have heard is terrific. Sadly, Murray McNabb passed away in 2013 at the age of 66.

I talk about this and other records in this video. Thank you again, Gianmarco!

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