Trevor Dunn's Trio-Convulsant is back for their second album, although with a completely different lineup (besides Dunn, of course). Adam Levy and Kenny Wollesen are gone, replaced by Mary Halvorson on guitar and Ches Smith on drums. The music they play is not so much a fusion of styles as it is a collision of styles. Almost straight-ahead jazz noodling gives way to hardcore blasts and crunching power chords, then completely devolves into Derek Bailey territory, but the band is always together. You can tell that some of it is quite composed, and that other sections are most likely entirely improvised.
Why do some people absolutely crush it? And then others fight tooth and nail for every $1 they earn? I’ll tell you exactly what the secret is. While I was trying to learn CPA marketing, I bought several courses, ebooks and workshops. They all promised me to make ($100, $1000, $10000 / day)… But Most weren’t worth the electricity required to even download them. The few courses that did help me get a campaign profitable.. It was short lived and never made enough to pay for the course let alone make any money.
With his funky keyboard playing, Larry Dunn (born: Lawrence Dunhill) helped transform Earth, Wind and Fire into one of the all-time most successful R&B bands, with sales of more than 90 million albums worldwide, and 16 Grammy nominations. In addition to playing organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards, and clavinet with the group from 1972 until 1983, he served many years as music director, overseeing rehearsals and composing many musical segues and medleys. His debut solo album, Lover's Silhouette, featuring such guests as Phil Upchurch, Ronnie Laws, and Earth, Wind and Fire's Ralph Johnson and Al McKay, was released in Japan in 1992.
Three hour mini-series tells the intimate history of a most illustrious brotherhood of Impressionist artists - Monet, Degas, Renoir, Cezanne and Manet. Entirely based on documentary evidence, special effects transport the viewer inside some of the world's best-loved paintings, The Impressionists will recreate the illuminated landscapes, and haunting portraits of late 19th-century France.
This double CD is the most comprehensive collection of Elkie's music yet released. The first CD is similar to previous compilations, focusing on hits and covers of other songs. Some covers (Nights in white satin (Moody blues(, Don't Stop (Fleetwood Mac)) show that Elkie can take famous songs and keep them interesting. Others (such as Lilac wine) she plucked from obscurity and made her own. This CD contains much great music, most if not all previously released on CD. The second CD showcases Elkie's blues roots. It also includes covers, but of bluesy songs such as Hello stranger (Barbara Lewis), The way you do the things you do (Temptations), Rescue me (Fontella Bass), He's a rebel (Crystals) and Do right woman do right man. The first 13 tracks on this CD pre-dates Elkie's commercial breakthrough and some may be making their CD debut.