Once I'd stopped asking loads of questions like "Why Now?" and "Who did this?" and I'd started listening to the music herein, I knew that this is a 'must have' pairing for anybody remotely interested in the genre of Hammond led organ albums. The first question was asked because it's 43 years since these two albums were recorded, and they've only been available intermitently in various forms in the intervening years,and it takes a Spanish based company to provide the answer to the second. The two albums are presented in the reverse order to which they were recorded with "Mo-Rock" coming from two sessions in March and April 1964 and "Behind the 8 ball" from a single session in November of the same year. ~ Amazon
Excellent Live disc by this great blues/rock band from Holland featuring axeslinger Sjors Nederlof on guitar and the soul-powered vocal mojo of Phil Bee. King Mo rock the blues on the "Live In Holland" disc with a strong Stevie Ray Vaughan @ Texas blues vibe. Includes several extended Hendrix jams complete with a superb encore version of "All Along the Watchtower" featuring Special Guest Guitar Legend Jan Akkerman.
Newcastle band Maxïmo Park come back in 2017 with what will be their sixth full length album, "Risk to Exist", after 2013's "Too Much Information". The band, formed by Paul Smith, Duncan Lloyd, Lukas Wooller and Tom English, announced the release of the new record, which will be out April 21, in a standard and a deluxe version.
Deluxe two CD edition including a bonus CD with seven additional tracks. 2017 release, the sixth studio album from Newcastle alt-indie icons Maximo Park. The album follows up from the band's 2014 offering Too Much Information, which hit #7 in the UK Chart. The band have sold 600k albums in the UK during their 16 year career, including the mercury nominated A Certain Trigger.
Arguably one of the most anticipated downloads on DGMlive, time and space seem to be a movable feast on this the last date of the Soundscapes Do Dixie tour. Playing in a venue where Chuck Berry struts his stuff on a monthly basis, Fripp’s past and present coalescence into an event and performance which he describes as possessing “resonance.” Having a good crowd must’ve been something to do with it. “Probably the best audience of the tour: generous, supportive, attentive. Even, with a noticeable proportion of female women lady persons present” recorded Robert in his diary.