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Friday, December 18, 2009

The Garden Of Mirrors

Bottom/ Rasa is a musical collaboration between German cellist and multi-instrumentalist Hans Christian, and American singer Kim Waters. The duo draws heavily on Indian devotional music such as Bhajan and Western classical music. They have released five full-length albums focusing on various themes in classical Hindu religion and mythology, including Devotion (Hearts of Space, 2000), Union (2001), Shelter (2003) and Saffron Blue (2007). Top/ A Midwinter Night's Dream (Quinland Road, 2008) is an album of the Canadian singer, songwriter, accordionist, harpist, and pianist, Loreena McKennitt. The album, recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios, is an extended version of A Winter Garden: Five Songs for the Season (1995). Loreena McKennitt is most famous for writing, recording and performing world music with Celtic music and Middle Eastern themes. Her first album, Elemental, was released in 1985 and attracted global attention with subsequent releases of self-produced work, including To Drive the Cold Winter Away (1987), Parallel Dreams (1989), The Visit (1991), The Mask and Mirror (1994) and The Book of Secrets (1997). McKennitt is often compared to Enya, but McKennitt's music is more grounded in traditional and classical invocations. An Ancient Muse, her first full-length studio album in nine years, was released in 2006.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Remember The Future

Top/ Requiem for an Almost Lady (Smells Like Records) is a 1971 album by musician Lee Hazlewood. It is considered to be one of his best albums. Lee Hazlewood (July 9, 1929August 4, 2007) was an American country and pop singer, songwriter, and record producer, most widely known for his work with guitarist Duane Eddy during the late fifties and singer Nancy Sinatra in the sixties. Hazlewood had a distinctive baritone voice that added an ominous resonance to his music. Hazlewood's collaborations with Nancy Sinatra as well as his solo output in the late 1960s and early 1970s have been praised as an essential contribution to a sound often described as "Cowboy Psychedelia" or "Saccharine Underground". Hazlewood is perhaps best known for having written and produced the 1966 Nancy Sinatra U.S./U.K. #1 hit, "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" and "Summer Wine". He also wrote "How Does That Grab Ya, Darlin'" and many others for Sinatra. Among his most well-known vocal performances is "Some Velvet Morning", a 1967 duet with Nancy Sinatra. In the 1970s Hazlewood moved to Stockholm, Sweden, where he wrote and produced the one-hour television show Cowboy in Sweden together with friend and director Torbjörn Axelman, which also later emerged as an album. Hazlewood was semi-retired from the music business during the 1970s and '80s. However, his own output also achieved a cult status in the underground rock scene, with songs covered by artists such as Vanilla Fudge, Lydia Lunch, Einstürzende Neubauten, Primal Scream, Nick Cave, Beck and Slowdive. Bottom/ The Magician's Birthday (Mercury, 1972) is the fifth album by British rock band Uriah Heep. The original vinyl release was a gatefold sleeve, the front of which was designed by English artist, designer and architect Roger Dean. Dean is best known for his work on album covers for bands including the progressive rock band Yes, which he began painting in the late 1960s. The covers usually feature exotic, fantastic landscapes. His "retreat pod" chair design was featured in the film A Clockwork Orange, directed by Stanley Kubrick.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Slow Emotion Replay

Bottom/ Filles de Kilimanjaro (Columbia, 1969) is a jazz album by Miles Davis. The song "Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry)," while credited to Davis, is actually Gil Evans' reworking of "The Wind Cries Mary" by Jimi Hendrix (Davis and Evans had met with Hendrix several times to exchange ideas). Davis married Betty O. Mabry Davis in September 1968, and named "Mademoiselle Mabry (Miss Mabry)" for her. Betty Davis appears on the album cover, by renowned American photographer Hiro. Top/ The Divine Comedy (SBK, 1994) is American model, actress, musician, and fashion designer Milla Jovovich's first and only official studio album, and she was billed as simply Milla for this release. The album is titled after the epic poem by Dante Alighieri of the same name. The songs in this collection are partly inspired by Jovovich's Slavic background. She also credited Kate Bush, Sinéad O'Connor, This Mortal Coil and the Cocteau Twins as a musical influence. Painting by Russian artist Alexis Steele.