a Blue Note LIST — best of Blue Note
assembled in holland, for a Blue Note CD compilation by Henry Rollins in 2010
Modal Mood - Dexter Gordon
Sortie - Art Blakey
Asiatic Raes – Sonny Rollins
The Rake – Dizzy Reece
Creepin’ In - Horace Silver
Far Away Lands - Hank Mobley
Open Sesame - Freddie Hubbard
Our Thing – Joe Henderson
Sunset – Kenny Dorham
Blue Train - John Coltrane
Stolen Moments -Booker Ervin
Footprints – Wayne Shorter
Maiden Voyage – Herbie Hancock
Voodoo - Sonny Clark
Les Noirs Marchant -Bobby Hutcherson
Subterfuge - Andrew Hill
Out To Lunch – Eric Dolphy
There Is The Bomb - Don Cherry
Airborne – Ornette Coleman
Starbrite - Duke Jordan Quintet
A list of 10 outstanding voices from different music scenes.
Some are very well known and some are less known, some are American and some are European, they are all great and they all have their own unique personality. No preferential order. Just enjoy all of these outstanding voices.
vinyl list as of march 2013
Five endurable 12” with a lot of Tuba
Red Callender – Callender Speaks Low – Crown CLP 5012
Max Roach – Deeds Not Words – Riverside 673004
Taj Mahal – The Real Thing – Columbia CG 30619
The Tuba Trio – Essence-The Heat And Warmth Of Free Jazz – Circle RK2976/1 & /2
Black Arthur Blythe – Bush Baby – Adelphi AD 5008
Per- Åke Holmlander, Stockholm, April, 2012
YOU – stop being a bully and so condescending. The five
indispensable early Zappa 12” that you NEED in your collection
The Mothers Of Invention – Absolutely Free – Verve 2317-035
The Mothers Of Invention – We’re Only In It For The Money – Verve 2317-034
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention – Uncle Meat – Bizarre 2MS 2024
Frank Zappa – Hot Rats – Bizarre RS 6356
Frank Zappa and The Mothers Of Invention – Burnt Weeny Sandwich – Bizarre RS 6370
Per- Åke Holmlander, Stockholm, April, 2012
Five records I re-bought at Disk Union in Tokyo:
REPULSION: Horrified (1989)
Together with the first Sadus record this is probably my favorite album in that era when thrash merged into death metal. And Repulsion just made this one masterpiece of an album before they split up. “Horrified” holds up well today – great riffs, arrangements and a perfect raw production. The extreme metal genre never really topped this one.
Reason for buying again: the original Necrosis vinyl release for a low price.
BEACH BOYS: Holland (1972)
“Pet Sounds” and “Surf’s Up” have better songs, but “Holland” is the Beach Boys most fully realized album. It cost a fortune to record (they went to Holland and built their own studio), and except for the last-minute tucked-on “Sail On Sailor” didn’t produce any hits. Nor did it sell well, but it’s a fantastic album that grows on every listen. Brian Wilson also made the nutty/brilliant bonus 7″ with the totally bizarre “Mount Vernon and Fairway” piece, which sounds like something Neil Hamburger could have made.
Reason for buying again: pristine copy complete with the bonus 7″ single.
KISS: Music from the Elder (1982)
The best KISS album of them all. The band were not doing good by 1982, but instead of copying one of their early hit albums they went ahead and did this arty concept album – which was to be followed up with a movie, comic book and prestigious stage show. The album bombed and everything was cancelled. The band later disowned the album, but don’t let Gene Simmons let you think otherwise, this is their best record.
Reason for buying again: upgrade to Japanese pressing with handsome gatefold cover for 600 yen? Sold.
NOCTURNUS: The Key (1990)
Florida death metaller’s first (and best) album is a satanic sci-fi concept album about a cyborg travelling back in time to kill Jesus. And the music is just as mind-blowing. At a time when keyboards in metal were as uncool as could be, Nocturnus not only got away with using them, but also made a classic album of the genre. When you listen to this album you will feel like a devil-worshipping cyborg.
Reason for buying again: finally got this on vinyl.
JON GIBSON: Two Solo Pieces (1977)
Really underrated minimalist organ album from the late 70s. I don’t know much about Mr Gibson, so I can’t really tell much about it, except that I’ve listened to this album many times over they years. All young people discovering drone music need to hear this one, it’s as good as anything by La Monte Young ever did.
Reason for buying again: original sealed vinyl copy for a reasonable price.
Lasse Marhaug, January 2013
vinyl list as of january 2013
Vinyls that keeps me warm in a cold Stockholm, January 2013.
1. John Fahey “Volume 3: The Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favourites” LP (Takoma 1967)
2. Carl Michael von Hausswolff “Matter Transfer” LP (iDEAL 2012)
3. Various Artists “Islands Inbetween Touch33″ LP (Touch 2012)
4. Russell Haswell “FACTUAL” LP (Editions Mego 2012)
5. Lightning Hopkins “Texas Blues Man” LP (Arhoolie Records 1969)
6. Philip Corner “Gong/Ear: dance-ing, 1&2″ LP (Roaratorio 2012)
7. Steve Reich “Four Organs/Phase Patterns” LP (Shandar 1970)
8. Kevin Drumm “Relief” LP (Editions Mego 2012)
9. Edgar Allen Poe & Leif Elggren “The Rocking Chair” FLEXI DISC (Firework Edition Records 2012)
10. Johns Lunds “Plays Metatrons Cube” 3×7″ (Yoyoooy 2012)
The just now list;