Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Finally some japanese music again. Deep, spiritual, percussive and highly organic - no synthesizers needed. It might be perfect for this time of the year.... More info on the release here.
Happy new year folks!
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Herb Pilhofer - Spaces (Sound 80, 1979)
Having heard some of Pilhofer's fine librarymusic in the classical vein, I was curious about this jazzy album. It has its moments, and do check out Pilhofer's liner notes.
1 - South Dakota Strut
2 - Where Is One?
3 - One Day At A Time
4 - No Two Trees Are Alike
1 - Snake Pit
2 - Ballad S. Miguel
3 - Pipe Dreams
in winter i stay next to the stove where it's warm and cozy and i live from cookies only.....
direct link to the show
the joy cooking download and streams
best web radio ever
Über Dem Berg
For The Rest Of My Life (Thank you, Chee!)
Hangover In Hannover
Christmas In Spain (Edit for Afro & Tako)
Take My Number
Il Nostro Caro Angelo
Il Vendedor De Promesas (also for this one!!!)
Monday, December 19, 2011
Michael Bundt is a well known name among fans of obscure electronics. Here's his third solo album released in 1980 on Blubber Lips . It's a good bit more experimental than the predecessor, the lovely cosmic ether-pop record "Neon" - in fact even weirder than his first. Be prepared and grab your shades....
PS. maybe someone remembers the c64 game "Maniac Mansion"? I have always thought "The Tower Of Osc" would have been a nice addition to the soundtrack of that game. The tentacle song maybe? Chow chow!
Sunday, December 18, 2011
followers of the blog may have realized that things slowed down a bit at the bin. i hope you don't mind if we give you a little more time to digest the music posted here from now on. what counts for food counts for music as well. and the other way around. if you're interested in enjoying not only music with relish - here's likeminded folks: SLOW FOOD. more info.
PS. Don't worry! We'll have some nice Xmas gifts for you.....