World of Jazz 299

  1. Szun Waves – Constellation – New Hymn to Freedom – 00:00
  2. Tord Gustavsen Trio – Duality – The Other Side – 06:56
  3. Cyrus Chestnut – Jimbo’s Lullaby – Kaliedoscope – 11:50
  4. Ken Fowser & Behn Gillece – Stranded in Elizabeth – Top Shelf – 17:29
  5. Guillermo McGill – Dom Pedro – Oración – 24:00
  6. Marion Brown – Ode To Coltrane – Offering – 31:44
  7. Julian Argüelles, Ronan Guilfoyle, Jim Black – Grunge – Live In Dublin – 37:16
  8. Szun Waves – High Szun – New Hymn to Freedom – 42:38
  9. Lee Konitz – Soundlee – Some New Stuff – 50:02
  10. Fred Hersch – Newklypso (For Sonny Rollins) – Live in Europe – 55:34
  11. Steve Nelson Jazz Quartet – Poor Butterfly – Easy Living – 1:04:03
  12. Stefan Aeby Trio – Shi – The London Concert – 1:13:01
  13. Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin – Modul 14 – Live – 1:21:36
  14. Marion Brown – Maimoun – Vista – 1:35:51
  15. Guillermo McGill – Beodus – The Art of Respect – 1:43:43
  16. Szun Waves – New Hymn to Freedom – New Hymn to Freedom – 1:50:21

Szun Waves – Constellation – New Hymn to Freedom (Leaf)

Szun Waves’ second album. The three members already have sparkling pedigrees of their own. Norfolk’s Luke Abbott is well known for his explorations of the zones between pure ambience and the leftmost fringes of club culture. With Portico Quartet and Circle Traps, Jack Wyllie has been in the vanguard of UK fusions of jazz, classical and club music. Australian drummer Laurence Pike has likewise found a unique voice in improvised and experimental music-making, whether in the bands Triosk or PVT, or as a solo artist (his debut album Distant Early Warning was released in March 2018).

New Hymn To Freedom is a document of six entirely live improvisations – “no edits or overdubs” – and its title couldn’t be more apt. In some senses this is jazz, and in its ripples, sparkles and waves of rhythm will certainly chime with anyone turned on by Don Cherry, Alice Coltrane or Sun Ra. But just as much it’s in the British electronic tradition of artists like James Holden (in whose studio the first album was recorded), Four Tet and Nathan Fake that Abbott has emerged from – only now instead of his synths echoing Norfolk’s wide open pastoral landscapes, they’re depicting altogether more celestial vistas. Indeed, the drifting ecstasies of this record take you to dimensions that only the most genre-free musicians can reach: you might hear hints of Can, Ryuichi Sakamoto or even Liars.

But really, this isn’t the sound of any influence other than the influence the three players are having on each other, and how happy that makes them. “It still feels to me like a mystical adventure when we play,” says Abbott, “but there’s a musical language developing between us, we’re starting to make more sense together.”

Tord Gustavsen Trio – Duality – The Other Side (ECM)

“This is the chill-out as a state of grace, and it can go as deep as you like. Sublime,” wrote the Independent on Sunday of the Gustavsen’s trio’s Being There, released in 2007. Over the last decade Tord has explored other ensemble forms and formats, but on The Other Side – recorded at Oslo’s Rainbow Studio in January 2018 – he opens a new chapter in his piano trio story, with faithful drummer Jarle Vespestad, and excellent new bassist Sigurd Hole. Hole’s approach to his instrument, drawing on folk influences as well as modern jazz, is ideally suited to Gustavsen’s slowly-developing, deeply melodic pieces. The album, produced by Manfred Eicher, is issued on the eve of a major tour.

Cyrus Chestnut – Jimbo’s Lullaby – Kaliedoscope (Highnote Records)

For this recording Cyrus Chestnut has arranged eight compositions by the classical pianists W.A. Mozart, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel and Eric Satie, taking the classical themes through a series of rhythmic and harmonic turns and twists and subjecting them to a wildly innovative series of transformations. He also covers Deep Purple!

Through it all Cyrus Chestnut emerges as a multi-faceted artist who, using the venerable jazz piano trio format, can refract the past through his own imagination and create something new which is always fresh and exciting.

Personnel: Cyrus Chestnut (piano), Eric Wheeler (bass), Chris Beck (drums)

Ken Fowser & Behn Gillece – Stranded in Elizabeth – Top Shelf (Posi-tone Records)

Ken Fowser saxophone
Behn Gillece vibraphone
Michael Dease trombone
Steve Einerson piano
Dezron Douglas bass
Rodney Green drums

2013 Posi-Tone Records PR 8107

We’re only serving up the best, when the strong blend of tenor man Ken Fowser and vibraphonist Behn Gillece shakes up the scene with their fourth release, “Top Shelf.” Spirits are high when Fowser and Gillece turn up the heat and distill out their own special blend of swing with the serviceable assistance of pianist Steve Einerson, bassist Dezron Douglas and drummer Rodney Greene in the rhythm section. And, when trombone virtuoso Michael Dease steps into the front line he pushes the envelope further, demonstrating his total command of the idiom. Critical listeners will enjoy the amazing program of original compositions and will agree that “Top Shelf” succeeds in affirming that Fowser and Gillece are musicians to keep an eye on for many years to come. From the opening round to the last call, “Top Shelf” keeps right on swinging hard, and is sure to delight straight ahead jazz fans everywhere.
Guillermo McGill – Dom Pedro – Oración (Karonte)

Guillermo McGill drums, percussion
David Liebman soprano saxophone, ocarina
Julian Argüelles tenor saxophone
Bernardo Sassetti piano
Tjitze Vogel contrabass
Pablo Martin hand clap, pandeiro, triangle
Paloma Alfonsel hand clap

2005 Karonte KAR 7781

Marion Brown Quartet – Ode To Coltrane – Offering (Venus Records)

Recorded at Sear Sound Studio in New York on October 7th, 1992.

Bass – Mike Marcus
Drums – Chris Dailey
Guitar – Jay Messer
Piano – Tom McClung
Alto Saxophone  – Marion Brown

Julian Argüelles, Ronan Guilfoyle, Jim Black – Grunge – Live In Dublin (AUAND)

Recorded on October 26, 2002 at JJ Smyths, Dublin (Ireland)

Julian Argüelles tenor saxophone, recorders
Ronan Guilfoyle acoustic bass guitar
Jim Black drums

2006 AUAND AU9009

Szun Waves – High Szun – New Hymn to Freedom (Leaf)

Lee Konitz – Soundlee – Some New Stuff (DIW)

Recorded at the Studio, NYC on March 10, 2000

Alto Saxophone  – Lee Konitz
Bass – Greg Cohen
Drums – Joey Baron
Fred Hersch – Newklypso (For Sonny Rollins) – Live in Europe (Palmetto)

Recorded live on November 24, 2017 In Brussels, Belgium

Fred Hersch piano
John Hebert bass
Eric McPherson drums

2018 Palmetto Records PM2192

Steve Nelson Jazz Quartet – Poor Butterfly – Easy Living (Venus Records)

Recorded at Riverside Studio in Torino on July 5, 2015

Steve Nelson vibraphone
Massimo Farao’ piano
Aldo Zunino bass
Byron Landham drums

2018 Venus Records VHCD 1229
Stefan Aeby Trio – Shi – The London Concert (Intakt)

Recorded at The Vortex Jazz Club – Recorded April 24, 2017

Bass  – André Pousaz
Drums – Michi Stulz
Piano – Stefan Aeby

Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin – Modul 14 – Live (Ronin Rhythm Records)

Recorded live at Moods Zürich  10 May 2002 and this track at Bee-Flat Bern , 12. May 2002.

Bass  – Björn Meyer
Drums – Kaspar Rast
Percussion – Andi Pupato
Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Synthesizer [Dx-7] – Nik Bärtsch

Free download on Bandcamp

Marion Brown – Maimoun – Vista (ABC Impulse!)

Recorded February 18-19, 1975 at Generation Sound Studios, New York City.

Alto Saxophone, Wind Chimes – Marion Brown
Bass – Reggie Workman
Celeste, Gong – Harold Budd
Drums, Cymbal – Jimmy Hopps
Drums, Drum [Slit Drum] – Ed Blackwell
Piano, Celesta [Celestes], Electric Piano [Rmi] – Bill Braynon
Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Anthony Davis
Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Mbira – Stanley Cowell
Tambourine, Congas, Finger Cymbals – Jose Goico
Vocals, Bells – Allen Murphy

Guillermo McGill – Beodus – The Art of Respect (Youkali)

Guillermo McGill drums
Dave Liebman tenor, soprano saxophone
John Abercrombie guitar
George Mraz bass

2014 Youkali 057
Szun Waves – New Hymn to Freedom – New Hymn to Freedom (Leaf)

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Something About That Night

Randall Dunn, the musician, producer and engineer renowned for his work with Sunn0))), Earth, Tim Hecker, Six Organs of Admittance, Anna Von Hausswolff and so much more, finds his own voice on his first solo album, Beloved, which is set for release on vinyl and digital formats via figureight on November 9th, pre-order via Bandcamp below.

Following a turbulent period of change and loss, the esteemed producer channeled his energies into a seven song meditation on “anxiety, paranoia, different shades of love, different realisations of mortality, how it can make you feel the stages of your life more deeply.”

Such sentiments are reflected across this beautiful video for the album track “Something About That Night” directed by Mu Tunc, a filmmaker from Istanbul, which has been released alongside the album announcement. About the video Randall remarks “I found a common ground in our two cultures current socio-political climates and in the themes of the song – loneliness, loss, and the feeling of human connection’s absence. Mu expressed these sentiments through a compassionate character study of two people who are making their way through a lonely night with all of the pressures of our current age.”

On Beloved Dunn shifts his knack for emphasising the human component of music toward mining emotional resonance, and wrangling a new earthly language from the subtle details and textures generated from early digital and analog synthesisers. “I wanted to make something more like prose or a Gerhard Richter painting with sound,” Dunn says of the album. “Being someone that composes with sound, I wanted to find a voice in it that felt personal, that felt human, especially with electronics, something that didn’t feel too mechanical.” Though electronics can often feel rigid and cold, Dunn sought to find the poetry in their oscillations and a heartbeat in a rhythm outside the grid. “It’s the first time a language hit me and it felt like it was mine,” Dunn says in summation.

Across Dunn’s career as an engineer and producer he has also proven to be a valuable studio asset as a collaborator. He’s lent his arrangement ideas to SunnO))) on Monoliths and Dimensions and Earth on The Bees Made Honey in the Lion’s Skull and gone beyond producing to provide instrumentation for Six Organs of Admittance, Anna von Hausswolf, Tim Hecker, and longtime colleague Stephen O’Malley. All of which led to a pivotal invitation to engineer and produce Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson’s original score for the stylised horror film Mandy. During the project, Jóhannsson encouraged Dunn to explore his synth-driven sound designs. Jóhannsson’s unexpected passing in early 2018 also added to what Dunn refers to as “powerful moment of change.” The gentle encouragement of Eyvind Kang and Jóhann Jóhannsson, and the affirming creative contributions across the album by past collaborators like Timm Mason, Frank Fisher (Algiers), and Zola Jesus were all crucial to the birth of Beloved.

(photo: Una Blue)

Aural Delights 302

  1. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere? – The Boatman’s Call
  2. Dave Graney and The White Buffaloes – The Streets of Laredo – My Life On The Plains
  3. Mistletoe – …there is no rock and roll on the radio – …there is no rock and roll on the radio
  4. Danny Short – Unknown Space – Messages To Myself
  5. Emma Ruth Rundle – Fever Dreams – On Dark Horses
  6. Lizard Brain – Nothing To Say – Demo
  7. Charlie Marshall And The Body Electric – Won’t Give Up – Won’t Give Up
  8. The Apartments – What’s The Morning For – Fête foraine
  9. Dave Graney & The Coral Snakes – We Were Going Faster – I Was The Hunter and I Was The Prey
  10. EXEK – Fluent In English – Ahead of Two Thoughts
  11. Deaf Wish – The Rat Is Back – Lithium Zion
  12. Martin Christie – No Stranger To Controversy – The End of All Things
  13. Mistletoe – Dirty Water – …there is no rock and roll on the radio
  14. Dreamweapon – Mashinne – SOL
  15. Emma Ruth Rundle – Dead Set Eyes – On Dark Horses
  16. Lizard Brain – Are We There Yet – Hold The Mind
  17. Martin Christie – All the worlds strangers – The End of All Things
  18. Watch Rome Burn – Consumed – Vox Heretic
  19. The Baby Seals – Vibrator – Free Download
  20. Charlie Marshall And The Body Electric – Weightless – Won’t Give Up
  21. Watch Rome Burn – Thief – Vox Heretic
  22. Deaf Wish – HItachi Jackhammer – Lithium Zion
  23. Mistletoe – The Fat Man – …there is no rock and roll on the radio
  24. Danny Short – Myself On My Mind – Messages To Myself
  25. Emma Ruth Rundle – Apathy On The Indiana Border – On Dark Horses
  26. EXEK – Prawn Watching – Ahead of Two Thoughts
  27. Lizard Brain – Sweet Blessed Miracle – That Has A Nice Ring To It
  28. Dave Graney and The White Buffaloes – Robert Ford On The Stage – My Life On The Plains
  29. Deaf Wish – Ox – Lithium Zion

World of Jazz 298

  1. Jon Irabagon – The Demon Barber of Fleet Week –  Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics  (Irrabagast) 00:00
  2. Randy Weston – Blues For Strayhorn – Monterey ’66 (Verve) 12:20
  3. Wayne Shorter; Milton Nascimento – Ponta de Areia  – Native Dancer  (Columbia) 19:35
  4. Marcin Wasilewski Trio – Spark of Life/Sudovian Dance – Live  (ECM) 25:22
  5. Jon Irabagon – You Own Your Own-  Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics  (Irrabagast) 38:23
  6. Milco Leviev; Dave Holland – Billy’s Bounce – Up & Down  (MA Recordings) 52:48
  7. Kansas City Band feat. Charlie Parker – Cherokee – A Studio Chronicle 1940-1948  (JSP Records) 1:01:15
  8. Joe Lovano, Hank Jones – Charlie Chan – Kid’s Live at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola  (Blue Note) 1:04:49
  9. Tetuzi Akiyama, Magnus Granberg, Henrik Olsson – Words – Whose Words?  (Ftarri / Meenna) 1:10:57
  10. Michael Formanek Ensemble Kolossus – Exoskeleton VIII – The Distance (ECM) 1:21:39
  11. Made to Break – Hydroplane (for Shellac) – Trebuchet  (Trost) 1:30:00
  12. Jon Irabagon – Taipei Personality-  Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics (Irrabagast) 1:50:24

Jon Irabagon – The Demon Barber of Fleet Week –  Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics

Jon Irabagon tenor saxophone
Tim Hagans trumpet
Luis Perdomo piano
Yasushi Nakamura bass
Rudy Royston drums

2018 Irabbagast – 15th May 2018 – Bandcamp

Recorded while on tour in South America, Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics finds Jon Irabagon’s long-standing quartet (the same rhythm section from his September 2015 album Behind the Sky) teamed up with trumpet wizard Tim Hagans. Together they bop, weave, dance and fly through six of Irabagon’s labyrinthian compositions, with each one getting the funhouse mirror treatment and the freak show send off. This recording captures a band in full flight mode in the middle of a lengthy and successful tour.

Randy Weston – Blues For Strayhorn – Monterey ’66

Recorded at the Monterey Jazz Festival on September 18, 1966.

Baritone Saxophone – Cecil Payne
Bass – Bill Wood
Drums – Lenny McBrowne
Percussion – Big Black
Piano – Randy Weston
Tenor Saxophone – Booker Ervin
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ray Copeland

1994 – Verve CD

RIP Randy Weston – 1st September 2018

Wayne Shorter; Milton Nascimento – Ponta de Areia  – Native Dancer

Recorded 9/12/74 at Village Recorders, Los Angeles.

Bass – Dave McDaniel
Drums – Roberto Silva
Electric Piano, Organ –  Wagner Tiso
Guitar –  Jay Graydon
Piano – Herbie Hancock
Soprano Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
Vocals – Milton Nascimento

1975 – Columbia

Marcin Wasilewski Trio – Spark of Life/Sudovian Dance – Live

Recorded Live on August 12, 2016 at Jazz Middelheim, Antwerp Belgium

Marcin Wasilewski piano
Slawomir Kurkiewicz double bass
Michal Miskiewicz drums

2018 ECM Records

Followers of the Marcin Wasilewski Trio have long clamoured for a live album. The Polish group made this one “by accident”, unaware that their August 2016 performance at Jazz Middelheim in Antwerp had been recorded by Flemish radio. On listening, they felt that it captured the soul of things rather well, “maybe because there was no awareness of playing to the microphone.” Unselfconsciously dynamic and outgoing, the trio draws an enthusiastic response from the audience.

The trio first recorded for ECM as members of Tomasz Stanko’s quartet on the album Soul of Things (2001), soon followed by Suspended Night (2003) and Lontano (2005). Previous ECM albums in trio format are Trio (2004), January (2007) and Faithful (2011), with Swedish saxophonist Joakim Milder joining the musicians for Spark of Life (2013). All three trio members appear on Forever Young (2013) with Jacob Young and Trygve Seim, and Wasilewski and Kurkiewicz also play on Manu Katche’s Neighbourhood (2004) and Playground(2007).

Jon Irabagon – You Own Your Own-  Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics

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Milco Leviev, Dave Holland – Billy’s Bounce – Up & Down

Leviev – piano and Holland – bass

Recorded live at Suntory Hall, Tokyo, September 15, 1987

1993 – MA Recordings CD

Kansas City Band feat. Charlie Parker – Cherokee – A Studio Chronicle 1940-1948 

A 1941 session of four tunes with the “Kansas City Band,” which was merely a trio of Parker on sax, Efferge Ware on guitar and Little Phil Philips on drums. It’s a very unique trio arrangement; how many jazz recordings feature a sax-guitar-drum setup even today, much less 1941? And the tunes themselves are incredible.

from Box Set

2003 JSP Records

Joe Lovano, Hank Jones – Charlie Chan – Kid’s Live at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola

Recorded live on April 27 & 28, 2006 at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Jazz At Lincoln Center, New York City

2007 Blue Note

Tetuzi Akiyama, Magnus Granberg, Henrik Olsson – Words – Whose Words?

Recorded at Studio Summa, in Stockholm, Sweden, on November 12th, 2013

Tetuzi Akiyama acoustic guitar
Magnus Granberg clarinet
Henrik Olsson percussion, electronics

2017 Ftarri / Meenna 983

Michael Formanek Ensemble Kolossus – Exoskeleton VIII – The Distance

Recorded December 2014 at Systems Two, Brooklyn, NY

Michael Formanek double-bass
Mark Helias conductor
Loren Stillman alto saxophone
Oscar Noriega alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet
Chris Speed tenor saxophone, clarinet
Brian Settles tenor saxophone, flute
Tim Berne baritone saxophone
Dave Ballou, Ralph Alessi, Shane Endsley trumpets
Kirk Knuffke cornet
Alan Ferber, Jacob Garchik, Ben Gerstein trombones
Jeff Nelson bass trombone, contrabass trombone
Patricia Brennan marimba
Mary Halvorson guitar
Kris Davis piano
Tomas Fujiwara drums

2016 ECM Records 2484

Made to Break – Hydroplane (for Shellac) – Trebuchet

Drums – Tim Daisy
Electric Bass – Jasper Stadhouders
Electronics – Christof Kurzmann
Reeds – Ken Vandermark

2017 – Trost

Jon Irabagon – Taipei Personality-  Dr. Quixotic’s Traveling Exotics

Aural Delights 301

  1. The Screaming Love Collective – This Is Imola – Imola
  2. EXEK – U Mop – Ahead of Two Thoughts
  3. Deaf Wish – Easy – Lithium Zion
  4. Dave Graney & The Coral Snakes – I Caught My Heel In A Crack of Time – I Was The Hunter & I Was The Prey
  5. Charlie Marshall and the Curious Minds – Curious Minds (Physics) – Sublime
  6. Lizard Brain – Lizard Brain – Hold The Mind
  7. Danny Short  – That’ll Be Me – Messages To Myself
  8. Hanterhir – Or Without You – The Saving of Cadan
  9. The Pull of Autumn – Heaven Now – The Pull of Autumn
  10. Eeeyore – Out of Sight – Cambridge Calling Vol. 3
  11. Section 3 – Danger Zone – Cambridge Calling Vol. 3
  12. Danny Short – I Will Never Be There – Messages To Myself
  13. EXEK – Weight Loss (Henry’s Dream) – Ahead of Two Thoughts
  14. Deaf Wish -Metal Carnage – Lithium Zion
  15. Hanterhir – How Its Always Been – The Saving of Cadan
  16. Patchwork Rattlebag – …and what? (le danse de l’inconsequence de la vie et la mort)
  17. Martin Christie – King Slug
  18. Lizard Brain – I Wish I Wish – Hold The Mind
  19. Danny Short – I’m A Lone R – Messages To Myself
  20. The Screaming Love Collective – Solid Gone (featuring Issac Navaro) – Imola
  21. Deaf Wish – FFS – Lithium Zion
  22. EXEK – Punishment – Ahead of Two Thoughts
  23. The Moodists – Some Kinda Jones – Two Fisted Art
  24. Charlie Marshall And The Body Electric – Yearning Burning Circus – Won’t Give Up
  25. Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – Social Candy
  26. Suuns – Look No Further – Felt
  27. The Screaming Love Collective – Terror Forming – Imola
  28. Lizard Brain – Out of my Head – Hold The Mind
  29. Hanterhir – Tales – The Saving of Cadan
  30. Dead Naked Hippies – Rare

 

Sonic Attack Aftermath 006

  1. 1034 – Attention Whore – Left For Dead EP
  2. Trappist – No Soldier Left Behind – Ancient Brewing Tactics
  3. A Dying Planet – Resist – Facing The Incurable
  4. Trappist – The Patron Saints – Ancient Brewing Tactics
  5. Anicon – Tarnish On The Emblems – Vulgar Display of Purring Presents: New York
  6. Artificial Brain – Spacid (Demo) – Vulgar Display of Purring Presents: New York
  7. 1034 – Cancer/1034 – Left For Dead EP
  8. Car Bomb – Bra_C_Ket – Vulgar Display of Purring Presents: New York
  9. Convulsing – Beaten – Grevious
  10. Farooq – Owning It – Heart
  11. Imperial Triumphant – Breath of Innocence –  Vulgar Display of Purring Presents: New York
  12. Trappist – This Means Wort – Ancient Brewing Tactics
  13. Jesus Piece – Dog No Longer – Only Self
  14. 1034 – The Sinner – Left For Dead EP
  15. Lair Of The Minotaur – Dragon Eagle of Chaos – Dragon Eagle of Chaos
  16. Mr Shiraz – Mountains of Kong – Mr Shiraz
  17. Primitive Man – Naked – Split
  18. Unearthly Trance – Mechanism Error – Split
  19. Pulchra Morte – Soulstench – Soulstench/The Painless
  20. Pyrolatrous – Obeisance and Unrequited Adulation –  Vulgar Display of Purring Presents: New York
  21. 1034 – Self Absorbed – Left For Dead EP
  22. Tile – Change The World – Come On Home, Stranger
  23.  The Secret – Vertigo – Lux Tenebris
  24.  Tombs – Mother of Mercy – Vulgar Display of Purring Presents: New York
  25. Transient with Bastard Noise – My Voice – Sources Of Human Satisfaction
  26. Uniform – Inhuman Condition – The Long Walk
  27. Accident Prone – Jonestown Family Reunion – Deep Wound Red
  28. Tile – Lard Rats – Come On Home, Stranger
  29. Trappist – Tesquino – Ancient Brewing Techniques
  30. 1034 – PTSD – Left For Dead EP

New Gods

Old school heavy metal – more Uriah Heep/Bachman Turner/Rainbow than Black Sabbath,  the band’s fifth full-length and follow up to the critically-lauded 2016 album In Ruin. A bit too AOR for my palette but well played and delivered.

  • Band : Cauldron
  • Country :  Canada
  • Release : 7th September 2018
  • Label : Dissonance Productions
  • Airplay : Sonic Attack Aftermath – October

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