Beautiful Amelia dream about a tender and sensual love with the engineer, Rolando. Because her husband Carlo, the owner of a small hotel, very rough with her. Besides, Carlo had his eye on the young Marilinda. Amelia cannot cope with the deepest feelings. Forgetting everything, she threw herself into the sea of love.
During the 1920's, Carlo runs a country inn with his grandson Gianni. Carlo is a violent and insensitive man, and his wife Amelia dreams of being loved by Rolando, one of the inn's quest. On the other hand, Gianni is still young and without experience, and secretly spies his grandfather's sexual advances. Everything changes with the arrival of the provoking and incredibly attractive Marilena, a distant cousin of Gianni…
For his third Criss Cross release, guitarist Peter Bernstein leads an all-star organ combo that also includes tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, trombonist Steve Davis, organist Larry Goldings, and drummer Billy Drummond. Some of the music that the quintet performs is typical for this type of hard bop/soul-jazz group, including a hot minor-toned blues, "Means and Ends," and Percy Mayfield's blues ballad "Danger Zone." However, a few of the other selections (particularly Bernstein's four originals) are more complex and serve as evidence that the music was being performed in 1996, not 1966. The musicians all play up to their capabilities and Goldings shows that he was one of the most inventive organists of the decade.
The Boogie Chillen Man is a 1996 compilation album by John Lee Hooker. The album included some of his best known songs: "Boogie Chillen'" (1948), "Crawling King Snake" (1949), "Dimples" (1956), "Boom Boom" (1962), and more…
Chrome came to life in mid-‘70s San Francisco, founded by Damon Edge, a young iconoclastic artist with a multitude of talents and interests. After the group’s 1976 debut album, Edge met guitarist and fellow raconteur Helios Creed, and together this duo would produce some of the most groundbreaking, avant garde music by any American band of the time. Their style, a musical pastiche of noise rock, over-processed guitars, electro-industrial loops, tribal rhythms, and searing synthesized synesthesia, would go on to influence bands ranging from Nine Inch Nails to The Flaming Lips.
Celine Dion's Falling into You returned the Canadian vocalist to the top of the American charts, and for good reason. Although the album is formulaic, it's a well-executed, stylish, and catchy formula, accentuating her natural vocal charm. Dion shines on ballads like "Because You Love Me" and mock epics like Jim Steinman's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now." Between those two peaks, she tackles dance-pop and love songs with grace; that effortless elegance saves the mediocre material on the album from being tedious. Though there are a couple of weak tracks, Falling into You is a remarkably well-crafted set of adult contemporary pop and Dion's best album.
Deep Green was a media event featuring ambient, dub and transglobal/world music, originating from the renowned ‘Organic Tea Garden’ in ‘The Green Futures Field’ at ‘Glastonbury Festival’, ‘The Kingston Green Fair’, and the ‘Big Green Gathering’. This CD was digitally mixed and edited at Dat Studios by Solar Quest using only the sun as a power source. The original sessions for the five Solar Quest tracks (previously unreleased) on this CD were also recorded using solar power. Deep Green worked closely with the visionary American painter Alex Grey and the jacket from this CD features a detail from his celebrated painting ‘Praying’, which is also the cover of Greys acclaimed book ‘Sacred Mirrors’.
Solar Quest, Deep Space Network, Spacetime Continuum, Banco De Gaia and more.