Features the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD player) and the latest 24bit 192kHz remastering. Odyssey of Iska was the outcome of the second recording session with Shorter that was produced by Duke Pearson (Nevertheless Moto Grosso Feio was issued not until 1974.) Despite Ron Carter there was a completely different line-up, although with a similar instrumentation: beside Shorter on saxophones there was no further reed or horn, also no keyboards, but a guitarist, two double bass players (Carter plays also cello on the prior session) and two, respectively four musicians on various percussion instruments including marimba and vibraphone.
Jimmy Rushing's first two Columbia Records albums, recorded in 1955 and 1956 and originally released in 1956 and 1957, both have concepts behind them. Cat Meets Chick is actually co-billed to Ada Moore (who had just made her Broadway debut in House of Flowers) and trumpeter Buck Clayton, and it is "a story in jazz," the story being Rushing and Clayton's attempts to woo Moore in song. The plot is silly, but it's just an excuse to have Rushing, sometimes joined by the pleasant alto of Moore, fronting Clayton's Count Basie-style orchestra on some old favorites.
All tracks on CD1 written & produced by Jake Stephenson (his aliases: Alien Mutation, Shamanic Tribes on Acid, Dr. Psychedelic and more) except track 8 with Matt Hillier. All tracks on CD2 written & produced by Dave Hendry (his aliases: O-Head, Transequence, Voyage of the Future Race and more). All tracks on CD4 written & produced by Alan McDermott, Matt Embleton.
Notes on disc 3: "Tribute To Gaia and Morning Song (Part 2) taken from the forthcoming album My Contribution To The World Confusion on Organic Records. All tracks copyright Organic Records." The DJ mix discs use a 'soft-fade' technique.
Take That are one of the most successful live bands of all time. They are renowned for their spectacular shows and for some of the most innovative stage production in the world. Celebrating their 30 years, Take That’s Greatest Hits Live Tour of 2019, filmed at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on the last UK date, represents a fitting climax to what they have dubbed the ‘second chapter’ of their astonishing life in music. Having created some of the most unforgettable performances in British music history this show takes fans through Take That’s re-imagined Greatest Hits in all their live glory.
Representative "ultimate bass sound" to King Records "bass series" that continued thoroughly committed to, both in name and reality No.1 bass player, Brian Buronbagu complete resurrection,! Book was how complete the long-awaited studio album work of the theme is thoroughly "classic!". As indicated by the album title, willingness work that overwhelmingly represent the journey to the classic by the base.
Inner Odyssey is a Canadian, Québec-based, quintet that continues the legacy that was paved by progressive metal bands like Dream Theater and Fates Warning. The band had its humble beginnings with Vincent Leboeuf Gadreau, in 2007, while he was still college. After just leaving a hardcore band, the guitarist desided to put his creative talent into the progressive genre due to his love for bands like Riverside, Dream Theater, Porcupine Tree, Symphony X and many others. The result of this new project was the band Inner Odyssey which mixes the hard lines of modern metal music with the strong emotional feeling tones of old fashioned and modern progressive rock.