Gregory Porter Feeling Good
Water Motema 2010
mixed with Seyed Javad Zabihi, singing "Mystic Poem Of Arâqi", from UNESCO's "Anthology of World Music: Iran"
Enrico Rava By the Sea
The Pilgrim and the Stars ECM Records 1975
Enrico Rava was born in Trieste (Italy) on 20 August 1939.
Dhafer Youssef Les Ondes Orientales
Abu Nawas Rhapsody Jazzland Recordings 2010
Dhafer bin Youssef bin Tahar Maarref was born on 19 November 1967 in Teboulba, Tunisia. His grandfather was a muezzin. He developed an interest in jazz at an early age and clandestinely listened to it during his education at a Qur'anic school. He calls the radio "the most important school" for him. He later left Tunisia to start a jazz career and has lived in Europe since 1990.
Set Break: over “Scratchings On The Bible Belt” by Rain Tree Crow 𓄿 (which is actually Japan)
Steve Tibbetts Travel Alone
The Fall of Us All ECM Records 1994
Steve Roach and Michael Shrieve San Diego
The Leaving Time Novus, RCA 1988
Steve Roach, born 1955 in La Mesa, has > 200 electronic releases since 1982.
Michael Shrieve, born 1949 in San Fransisco, is a founding member of Santana.
David Torn on guitar.
Gong Percolations, Pt. 1
Gazeuse! Virgin Records 1976
After Daevid Allen left, Gong is now Pierre Moerlen's group, taking things in a jazz fusion direction.
Hadra Hearts of Space Records 2002
Drum programming by Michael Emenau (aka MNO) and Jeffery Stott.
Karsh Kale Jah Has Kool Girl
Traveler '02 V/A Six Degrees 2002
A Karsh Kale track that was only found on V/A compilations on Six Degrees. This track features vocals by sisters Yamina and Nadia El Mourid from the French group Lo'Jo.
Set Break: over “The River in Moonlight Night” 🌒 by Shao Yun & Shen Qi
Eros Soleil Zeuhl 2012
Dün came from Nantes in France, an instrumental sextet with a goal of uniting all types of prog. Dün were the bastard offspring of Frank Zappa and Magma, with a heavy dose of RIO sensibility. The result was a mix of Canterbury-, Zappa-, RIO-, Zeuhl- and symphonic prog. "Eros" was the group's only album, recorded in 1981 and self released, limited to 300 copies and sold only at their shows.
Copies of their LP for sale right by the stage ☝
Frank Zappa Thirteen
You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Vol. 6 (Live) Frank Zappa Catalog 2012
The Ed Palermo Big Band Moggio
Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance Cuneiform Records 2006
The Ed Palermo Big Band is a New York City-based ensemble that has been active since the late 70's, playing the compositions and arrangements of their leader, New Jersey born saxophonist Ed Palermo. The band is best known for Palermo's arrangements of the music of Zappa, but they also perform and record compositions by many others.
Mōggio was issued on Zappa's "Man From Utopia" LP in 1983.
Arild Andersen Outhouse
Clouds In My Head ECM 1975
Jazz bassist, born October 27, 1945 in Lillestrøm, Norway.
Set Break: over “Kaboo (Play)” by Jon Hassell & Farafina
Mörglbl Morglbl Circus
Jazz for the Deaf Free Electric Sound 2009
Power jazz metal from France
Volume deux Musea 1992
Éclat (who called themselves Éclay De Vers on their first album) was founded in Marseille, France in 1989. They were a quintet formed under the leadership of guitarist/vocalist Alain Charazzo.
Mattias IA Eklundh Harry Lime's Theme
Freak Guitar - The Smorgasbord Thunderstruck/Favored Nations Entertainment 2013
Mattias Bernt Johannes Eklundh (born 6 October 1969), also known as IA, is a Swedish guitarist and vocalist. He started drumming at age 6, but switched to guitar at age 13 after seeing Frank Zappa. Freak Guitar albums have been described as "Slayer meeting Steely Dan in a dark alley".
Jean Pascal Boffo Circus Tango
Vu du ciel La Lorraine est hardie 1998
Jean-Pascal Boffo is a French guitarist and sound engineer at Studio Amper (Moselle, France).
Set Break: over “The Glass Breakfast” by Bill Nelson
Ozric Tentacles Oolite Grove & Citadel Jam
Spice Doubt Snapper Classics 1998
Mike Clark & Michael Zilber Miyako N
Mike Drop Sunnyside 2021
McGill Manring Stevens Bad Hair Day
What We Do Free Electric Sound 2006
Marty Fogel Owasco
Many Bobbing Heads, At Last Creative Music Productions 1989
Birdsongs of the Mesozoic Primordial Sludge
The Iridium Controversy Cuneiform Records 2003
Set Break: over “Chiaro” by Arve Henriksen
Typical Sisters Grains N
Love Beam Joyful Noise 2021
photo by Alexa Viscius.
Jean-Michel Jarre Diva
Zoolook Dreyfus 1984
Jean-Michel Jarre (24 August 1948, Lyon, France) is a composer of electronic music. Son of film composer Maurice Jarre.
Heldon Une drôle de journée
Stand By Egg 1979
Heldon is a progressive/space rock band from Paris, that was formed in 1974 and led by Richard Pinhas (The French Fripp).
Flying Lotus Moment of Hesitation
You're Dead! Warp Records 2014
Hiatus Kaiyote Breathing Underwater
Choose Your Weapon Flying Buddha/Sony Masterworks 2014
Hiatus Kaiyote is a quartet formed in Melbourne in 2011.
. ☝ There's Zappa again.
L'Rain Suck Teeth N
Fatigue Mexican Summer 2021
L’Rain (Taja Cheek) is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, tape manipulator and vocalist from Brooklyn.
"Harmonies meander through chromatic ambiguities; low-fi moments dovetail into studio opulence, as loops and echoes enfold her voice like electronic ghosts. No structure stays solid or predictable." (Jon Pareles, New York Times)
Set Break: over 🧟♂️ DJ Spooky’s “In The Valley Of The Shadows”
Zuco 103 Cujo & Cuja
Outro Lado Ziriguiboom 1999
Zuco 103 is a multinational trio featuring Brazilian vocalist Lilian Vieira.