Undoubtedly one of the best known sax players in the history of funk, predominantly through his work with James Brown ("Play, Maceo!"), Maceo Parker has had a spotty recorded solo career. His eighth album as a band leader finds the horn honker expanding his palette by aiming his instrument at smooth jazz and rap, while inviting fans Ani DiFranco, James Taylor (?!), and Prince to add superstar spice to his soul stew.
Top Class Modern Melodic Metal with a touch of Prog-Power "A Time of Changes" is the sophomore release in the discography of this intriguing band hailing mostly from Bulgaria with the exception of their latest addition Swedish singer now living in the United States Urban breed most known for his work in Tad Morose and Bloodbound. Living up to the high expectations of Nightmare, we bring you a fantastic heavy metal album that any fan of the genre will appreciate, it has powerful guitars, big vocals and serious powerhouse of a rhythm section! For fans of old MSG, Tad Morose, Scorpions, & Accept.
Imagined as a concert that Bach could have instigated, this disc explores the Cantor ‘s art of transcription and reveals the wealth of influences which the Germanic empire was exposed to in the first half of the eighteenth century. Going back and forth between fantasy and counterpoint, between German and Italian styles, Bach makes these forms and styles his own and thus plays with the rich sound pallets of the viola da gamba and the harpsichord. This album is the first recorded by two rising stars whose tremendous energy and complicity has conferred greater depth to this concert.