David Sylvian Shadowland (Northfield)
God Man - EP Virgin Records 1999
EP associated with Sylvian's "Dead Bees On A Cake" release.
David Sylvian and Ingrid Chavez (during the happy years)
Steve Tibbetts Chandoha
A Man About a Horse ECM Records 2002
Set Break: over “Dotar Instrumental (Hajigholagh)” by Mohammad Reza Shajarian 🪕
Emre Saltık Dede Sultan
Yıkılsın Sebebim DOĞAN MÜZİK YAPIM 2000
Sloth & Turtle Toys
Sloth & Turtle - EP Sloth & Turtle 2018
Plini Wombat Astronaut (Beyond the Burrow)
The End of Everything - Single Plini 2015
Plini Roessler-Holgate from Sydney Australia. His main genre influences are Instrumental rock and progressive metal, but incorporates djent, jazz and post rock realms. All his music is self-released.
Marc Copland Another Place (feat. John Abercrombie, Drew Gress & Billy Hart)
Another Place (feat. John Abercrombie, Drew Gress & Billy Hart) Pirouet Records 2008
Post bop jazz pianist who began as a saxophonist. He was born on 27 May 1948 in Philadelphia.
Set Break: over "La Cagaste” by Cliff Martinez, from “Traffic” 🔥 🥄💉
Eberhard Weber T. On a White Horse
The Following Morning ECM Records 1977
Jazz double bassist and composer, born 22 January 1940 in Stuttgart, Germany. As a bass player, he is known for his highly distinctive tone and phrasing. Weber's compositions blend chamber jazz, European classical music, minimalism and ambient music, and typify the ECM sound.
custom upright electric bass
Ethtronic Nils' Chill
Modalities Ethtronic 2010
Ethtronic is led by Paul Schauert
Michael Brook Preparation
Albino Alligator 4AD 1997
Set Break: over “Tränen” 😿 by Estampie
Arkham Eve's Eventful Day (Part 3)
Arkham Cuneiform 2002
Arkham are an early 70's prog band that featured keyboard player Jean-Luc Manderlier who would later join Magma, drummer Daniel Denis who would also move on to Magma as well as Univers Zero, and bassist Patrick Cogneaux. This all-instrumental trio (keyboards, bass and drums) never actually recorded any official album, although tapes of their many shows and rehearsals between 1970-72 resulted in the compilation of this CD, released in 2002. The sound is more Canterbury than proto-RIO.
Egg Wring out the Ground Loosely Now
The Civil Surface Virgin 1974
Band formed in 1969 by Dave Stewart (organ), Mont Campbell(bass/vocals) and Clive Brooks (drums), after the disbanding of their previous band Uriel when Steve Hillage left for college.
For reasons I don't understand, Uriel's recordings were later issued under the name Arzachel.
The New Tony Williams Lifetime Lady Jane
Million Dollar Legs Columbia 1976
My confusion in identifying this LP was because it was released by "The New Tony Williams Lifetime".
Bombay Dub Orchestra The Berber of Seville
Bombay Dub Orchestra Six Degrees Travel Series 2006
The Bombay Dub Orchestra is a project by UK based producer and composer Garry Hughes and classical composer Andrew T. Mackay. It combines global influences as diverse as electronica, ambient, western classical, Indian classical, and Arabic.
N'Ssi N'Ssi Universal Music Division Capitol Music France 1993
Khaled Hadj Ibrahim (خالد حاج ابراهيم), Algerian rai singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist, born 29 February 1960 in Oran, Algeria.
This track features bassist Bernard Paganotti (Magma).
Set Break: over “Distant Village” by Michael Brook
Magma Köhntark (Live 1975) [Remastered]
Live (Remastered) Seventh records 1975
Founded by Christian Vander in Paris, France in 1969, disbanded in 1983. Magma created its own influential subgenre of prog rock, called 'Zeuhl'. The band doesn't clearly fit in any other progressive subgenre, though avant-prog might be a good fit. "Zeuhl" is typified by swirling riffs in odd time signatures, theatrical choir arrangements (in their own made-up language), heavy and distorted pulsing bass guitar, bombastic and minimalistic (sometimes both at the same time), dark and brooding, adventurous and angelic, jazzy or classical. http://www.progarchives.com/subgenre.asp?style=11
Set Break: over “Pygmy” by Flying Lotus
Brand X Why Should I Lend You Mine (When You've Broken Your's off Already)
Morrocan Roll Charisma Catalogue 1977
Founded in London, England in 1975, hiatus from 1980-1992, disbanded in 1999. Brand X is one the most well-known British groups of the seventies jazz/rock fusion scene. The original line-up of the band was formed by drummer Phil Collins of Genesis with John Goodsall (formerly of Atomic Rooster) on guitar, Robin Lumley on keyboards and Percy Jones on bass.
L-R: Lumley, Goodsall, Jones, Collins
Electric Masada Lilin
At the Mountain of Madness - Live In Europe Tzadik 2005
Electric Masada is one of John Zorn's more recent Masada units, a true downtown supergroup formed in the mid 2000's to combine raw power and manic speed, an improvisational edge and lyricism. One of the most astonishing ensembles led by Zorn in this period.
Calypso King & The Soul Investigators Ma-Gee
Soul Strike! Soul Fire 2001
WPRB listeners have all been conditioned to panic every time we hear this song; the signal that something has gone terribly wrong - again.
So I thought I'd use the song as the foundation for a mashup, attempting to undo some of that negative conditioning. (And, I'll admit, also to jolt you all a little bit. 😉)
Screaming Headless Torsos Graffiti Cemetary
1995 FuzeLicious Morsels 1995
Dean Bowman (voice), Fima Ephron (bass), Jojo Mayer (drums), David Fiuczynski (guitar)
Art Metal Round Metal Hat
VYAKHYAN-KAR Bardo 2008
Animals As Leaders Weightless
Weightless Prosthetic 2011
Instrumental progressive metal band from Washington, DC, led by Tosin Abasi.
Set Break: over “Aftermath” by Michael Brook
Brian Blade Fellowship Variations of a Bloodline: From the Same Blood / Fellowship (Like Brothers) / Mustangs (Class of 1988)
Perceptual Blue Note Records 2000