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Pharoah Sanders - Village Of the Pharoahs

Beautiful Electric jazz from Sanders from 1973. The whole ‘Village of the Pharoahs’ album is absolutely immense and a must have for fans of Astral Jazz.

Astral Jazz

The Quietus Best of 2014 list by Stewart Smith

With so much creative and exciting jazz and improvised music out there, no single list could hope to represent it all. So, a disclaimer: this top twenty is an entirely personal selection, determined by my own tastes, knowledge and access. 334 more words


Bill Laswell

Bill Laswell is a producer, bass player, spiritual dude, collaboration orchestrator and multi-label head, who combines master musicians from all worlds, to create new tapestries of world music, jazz, dub, ambient and electronica. 149 more words


Zaterdagnacht 2.00 uur. Slaapkamer. De wind giert om het huis en laat de tuinpoort iedere minuut minimaal eenmaal dicht- en vervolgens weer openklappen. Sinds de schutting twee jaar geleden een centimeter of twee erfopwaarts is verschoven wil het geval niet meer sluiten. 1,075 more words

All About Jazz review by Troy Collins

Pharoah & The Underground – Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
The formation of the Chicago Underground collective in the late ’90s provided cornetist Rob Mazurek with an unrestrictive setting to explore the endless possibilities of creative improvised music with his Windy City peers. 459 more words


Jazz.pt review by Gonçalo Falcão

Pharoah & The Underground – Primative Jupiter (CF 300 LP) / Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
Em boa hora (2009) a Gulbenkian começou a permitir a edição de alguns dos seus concertos no Jazz em Agosto. 545 more words


Dalston Sound review by Tim Owen

Pharoah & The Underground – Spiral Mercury (CF 301)
Spiral Mercury (Clean Feed) documents a live performance by a group led by Rob Mazurek, with onetime Coltrane sparring partner, original astro traveller and transcriber of the creator’s master plan, tenor saxophonist Pharoah Sanders prominent in the front line. 637 more words