Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Art and music and history, mostly...

The Samuel Jackson Five - The Samuel Jackson Five
Scelsi - Giacinto Scelsi: Chamber Works for Flute and Piano
Thomas Köner - Zyklop
Keith Tippett - Keith Tippett at the London Jazz Festival
Machine Mass Trio - As Real As Thinking
Sophie Hunger - The Danger Of Light
Alexi Tuomarila Trio - Seven Hills
Taketi Uloomu - The Fifth Season
Bruno Heinen - Tierkreis
Piano Interrupted - The Unified Field
Frànçois And The Atlas Mountains - Piano Ombre
Jónsi - Go
Goldstein - Goldstein: Cyclorama
Reimann - Reimann: Piano Works (Complete)
Petrels - All Things In Common
Petrels - Haeligewielle
Various - Adventure Music: 10 Years
Roger Eno - Little Things Left Behind 1988 - 1998
Eyal Maoz's Edom - Hope And Destruction
Various - Soul Jazz Records Singles 2008-2009
Ulrich Schnauss - Far Away Trains Passing By
Justin Rutledge - The Devil On A Bench In Stanley Park
Keith Emerson - Emerson Plays Emerson
Boyd Lee Dunlop - The Lake Reflections (Solo Piano Improvisations)
Mark Wingfield & Kevin Kastning - I Walked Into The Silver Darkness
Carsten Dahl - Effata
David Rees-Williams Trio - Thinking Allowed

More of the new stuff ripped and into the playlist..

A visit to the RSA exhibition on the mound...

An overcast day...

Back home, the disc of Reimann's piano music had arrived...

Anne was out to see Matthew Bourne's "Swan Lake" once again, this time with chums Debbie and Teresa...

I spent the evening watching "Marvel Agents of Shield", getting this up to date and ripping and listening...

I also discovered cached pages on the net of the old Crispycat site and was able to reinstate all the "news" stories from 2002 to 2007 (with the exception of most of 2006 - which would be covered here in any case)...

Loads of stuff I'd completely forgotten about...

And good tales of me and Jamie musicking together back in the day...

A short role as taxi driver brought Anne up the hill - raving about a great night...

Which is how it should be...

Highlight of the Day : Art and music...

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