Compiling a number of performances recorded shortly before Albert Collins' death, Live '92/'93 offers definitive proof that the guitarist remained vital until his last days.
'Kishori Amonkar' is a gifted 'Indian Classical Singer' who has a great talent absorbed through her mother from the years of vigorous practice. In this particular live album recorded Live At Kensington Town Hall, London On 9th April, 2000, she rendered 'Raga Bhimpalai', A Late Afternoon Raga (Belongs to Thaat Kafi) in its entirety in a detailed Khayal style mesmerizing the audience with her great command on the Raga. The performance can be divided into three parts basically, starts with a Short Alap and then proceeds to a hour long set in Moderate (Vilambit) 16 beat Teentaal. The performance concludes unusually set in 12 Beat faster Ektaal than the usuall 6 beat faster Teentaal. IMHO, Another Outstanding performance which I proudly presenting you to enjoy. Heartily Recommended.
The independent jazz reissue label Mosaic Records garnered a rightful reputation as industry leaders and enthusiast favorites with deluxe and strictly limited-edition packages such as this one. The contents of this four-LP/three-CD collection are derived from two performances during the summer of 1954 and feature the Chet Baker Quartet: Baker (trumpet/"boom bam" percussion), Russ Freeman (piano), Carson Smith (bass), and Bob Neel (drums). The two performances – recorded July 21 at Santa Cruz's Civic Auditorium and August 10 at The Tiffany Club in Los Angeles, respectively – are presented chronologically.