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Sunday, 03 May 2020 18:53

Record tasting when May is still young

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Folk and contemporary music are the two main ingredients of this week's record tasting. But as is often the case, most genre borders are provoked. Not to say all of them …

Monday, 27 April 2020 05:08

Record tasting late in April

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The spring is around, and record releases continue to flow. I've tasted a handful of them, and some of the select ones had to wait to the next round.

Wednesday, 01 April 2020 05:43

Bitches Brew's 50th Anniversary on March 30th

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The legendary album Bitches Brew by Miles Davis has its 50th anniversary on March 30th. It is a milestone in the history of jazz, or perhaps rather in the transformation from jazz to rock.

Friday, 27 March 2020 15:34

NYYS play Mahler in Corona mode

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There is a lot of creativity around when it comes to corona restrictions. The New York Youth Symphony takes it further than most…

Sunday, 22 March 2020 16:54

Record tasting in a Korona atmosphere

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We are in a time where the Korona virus and news about this theme dominate our existence. Then it is extra important to infiltrate this massive impression with music. And fortunately we are talking about music guaranteed to be free of infection, but with great potential for involving effect.

Naxos Norway is launching a brand new label. NXN Recordings aims to release music without genre restrictions.

Okay, not all of the tasting happened on Mother's Day. A little poaching in advance is necessary, but it does not detract from the fact that this became a mundane Mother's Day party.

Tuesday, 31 December 2019 11:07

Records of the year 2019

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On the last day of the year, I take a look back at 2019, and select the very best records I've reviewed during this year. It has been a brutal process to have to reduce the selection to ten discs - there is an incredible amount of good music that has passed my keyboard over the past year. The order of this list is chronological. Enjoy the reading!

This Sunday we have come to Chicago VIII, perhaps one of the most anonymous albums from Chicago to that date, with the exception of a couple of tunes.

This time we've come to what is perhaps the most interesting of all the Chicago studio albums. Because there is a lot going on here, both on the record and in the scenes.

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