Didn't see one in catalog so I thought I start one.
Thin Wild Mercury Music
>'66 Era Dylan Bootleg,Dylan Core
r/ing Safe as Milk by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band since all archive links are dead
Captain Beefheart and his magic band - Safe as milk
Fred Fisher Atalobhor & His Ogiza Dance Band - Say the Truth (1979)
--Lesser known Nigerian afrobeat from the golden age. Fantastic album all around.
Cortex – Troupeau Bleu (1975)
--“ Its samples have shown up on releases by everyone from DJ Cam and MF Doom to Fat Joe and Rick Ross. Once you drop the needle on the record it's easy to see way. Smooth and funky straight out of the gate, Cortex waste no time in setting the mood. Deep grooves give way to mellow female vocals; upright bass leads the way for lyrical piano improvisations.” I hate jazz-funk but I fuck with this.
Hash Jar Tempo - Well Oiled (1997)
>Drone, Space Rock, Post-Rock
Fantastically crafted album, showing all types of genre's. Not a fan of chunk of sugar here though
Best cut here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJV5JcmWNE0
Chevel - Tank/Beavine
>Techno, minimal, dat bassline damn son
Various Artists - The Jewelled Antler Library (4 Discs)
>Free, Psychedelic Folk, Field Recordings. a compilation of song from artists on the Jeweled Antler label
Is there any way of converting m4a to mp3, preferably in high quality?
I have some stuff I could share but most of the stuff you can't find anywhere are ripped from CD's using iTunes (yea I'm a macfag and don't really know much about computer stuff).
Is m4a bad for sharing?
Could some nice anon please upload "Joseph - Stoned Age Man" into the catalog? Thanks a lot.
Screaming Headless Torsos - 1995
>jazz-funk with elements of everything. Hip hop, funk, punk, rock, it's all there. Crazy album, but one of my personal favorites
/r/ing Ohio Players - Honey
Can't find it anywhere.
Ok here's something I shared ages ago. Haven't shared anything since 'cause some dude said to me "nice m4a faggot"
Anyway I checked the link and it still works. Enjoy!
Black Twig - Paper Trees (2012)
>Finnish shoegaze/indie rock, fuzzy guitars, melancholic
/r/ing Thelonious Martin - Wünderkid
Many thanks in advance!
Ray Barretto- Indestructible (1973)
>salsa, Latin jazz
>Fania Records is pretty much the “Blue Note” of the salsa world and percussionist Ray Barretto was one of the best-known and most successful of the Fania All-Stars. This is one of his best recordings and all-around one of the best salsa recordings ever. Pure, danceable, fun salsa tunes.
The Herbie Nichols Trio (1956)
>piano trio, hard bop
>It wouldn’t be much exaggeration to say that Nichols is one of the most unique and original pianists after Monk in the 1950’s. This trio recording on Blue Note is a good example of his highly interesting sense of melody and composition, though it stays within a fairly bluesy, swinging context.
John Abercrombie- Cat ‘n’ Mouse (2002)
>modern creative, ECM jazz
>This was guitarist John Abercrombie’s first recording with this quartet, which he would continue to record with throughout the 00’s. The instrumentation features Mark Feldman on violin, along with drums and bass, creating a really interesting and unique sound.
Larry Young- Lawrence of Newark (1973)
>fusion, free jazz, funk
>Organist Larry Young always showed a willingness to experiment and push the boundaries and this 1973 album was recorded at the height of the fusion craze and captures his very unique and free take on fusion.
Misha Tsiganov- Artistry of the Standard (2014)
>Russian-born pianist Misha Tsiganov recorded this album of extremely interesting takes on jazz standards earlier this year. If you think jazz standards are boring, give this a listen. Tsiganov has completely re-imagined these classics with new time signatures, reharmonizations, countermelodies, and new solo changes.
Paul Bley/NHOP (1973)
>free jazz/duet jazz
>Pianist Paul Bley teams with versatile bassist, NHOP for this duet album which features some of Bley’s most adventurous and experimental playing. In addition to acoustic piano, Bley also plays electric piano on several tracks, as well as plucking and strumming the strings of the acoustic piano.
Ted Curson- Tears for Dolphy (1964)
>Trumpeter Ted Curson recorded this album as an elegy for Eric Dolphy after his tragic death in 1964. The compositions are memorable and easy to follow, but the improvisations are often quite adventurous. The quartet follows the traditional “chordless” instrumentation of Ornette Coleman’s quartet.
radio.string.quartet.vienna- Posting Joe: Celebrating Weather Report Live (2013)
>string quartet, jazz fusion, ambient jazz
>RSQV is a string quartet that interprets jazz and popular music. This is a recording of a live performance they did of re-interpretations of some of the fusion group, Weather Report’s most popular music.
Lennie Tristano and Warne Marsh- Intuition (1956)
>cool jazz, bebop, avant-garde
>This is the classic album, made up of a number of studio sessions going back to 1949. Tristano and his band (including Warne Marsh, Lee Konitz, and Billy Bauer) and showcases Tristano’s unique blend of bebop improvisation with cool swing. The last two tracks are some of the first recorded examples of free improvisation with no chord changes in jazz.
Mirel Wagner - s/t
>doom soul, folk, queer southern gothic
Stump - A Fierce Pancake
Ladybug Mecca - Trip The Light Fantastic
Binary Star - Waterworld
Orrin Evans- Captain Black Big Band (2011)
>big band, post-bop
>Orrin Evans is one of the most unique and flexible pianists on the New York scene. This is a live recording of his big band, and both the arrangements of the group, and the loose, open solos capture the adventurous and energetic spirit of his music.
/r/ing Night Maintenance by Hive Mind and Luasa Raelon in 320 CBR. It's on Soulseek at 160, but fuck that. Post anything else from Hive Mind.
Here you go anon. Enjoy, really fine stuff.
Bela Fleck & The Flecktones - Jingle All The Way
Really amazing and original for something different during the holidays.
>jazz fusion, bluegrass, banjo, experimental
Aavikko - Novo Atlantis (2009)
>Aavikko is a Finnish synth music band, formed in Siilinjärvi in 1995. Their hallmarks include a campy, decidedly "East European" style and plastic-sounding synthesizer themes. The band themselves call their style "muysic" (a portmanteau of "mystic" and "music"); their motto is "We play - you dance!".
If anyone somehow has their earlier releases I’d very much appreciate any.
Elvin Jones- Puttin It Together (1968)
>post-bop, sax trio
>John Coltrane’s early 60’s rhythm section of bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones continued to team up long after their tenure with Coltrane ended. Here they work with saxophonist Joe Farrell (who tries his damndest to fill Coltrane’s shoes) for a very good sax trio record.
/r/ing Death Tone, also from Hive Mind.
>tfw limited Eldritch Breath bonus cd is $40
Mark Turner- Lathe of Heaven (2014)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Veteran tenor player Mark Turner released this album this year, playing his compositions in the quartet setting. It’s the classic “chordless” setup, with Avishai Cohen on trumpet, Joe Martin on bass, and Marcus Gilmore on drums.
Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw- The Eternal Triangle (1987)
>The two masters of post-bop and free trumpet playing teamed up to record this excellent example of the style. Joining them in the band are such great players as Kenny Garrett, Mulgrew Miller, Ray Drummond, and Carl Allen.
The Dynamic Sound Patterns of the Rod Levitt Orchestra (1963)
>hard bop, medium ensemble jazz
>Rod Levitt is a somewhat forgotten figure in jazz. This is a good example of his arranging and composition skills with a medium sized ensemble. His melodies and arrangements have a unique style about them and it leads to some interesting improvisation by the band.
Pierrick Pedron- Cheerleaders (2011)
>fusion, progressive rock, experimental
>Pedron is a French alto saxophonist who grew up listening to classic jazz, as well as classic progressive rock. This album mixes all of those influences, along with a tendency toward experimental electronics and free improvisation.
Neutral Milk Hotel - The Unhappy Bus
>Higher quality version of "Unreleased Demo 2" that was discovered recently, lofi folk rock
yeah i made the cover as a placeholder
please tell me someone somehow is getting this
I found something to share:
Dark Dark Dark- Who needs who?
>Chamber pop? Female vocals backed with some interesting instrumentation in some of the songs.
>I've heard comparisons to Joanna Newsom
Dave Holland- Life Cycle (1982)
>Dave Holland has been one of the best and most versatile bassists in jazz for the past 40 years. In 1982 he recorded this solo cello album on ECM, playing both improvised and composed pieces.
Chris Potter and the DR Big Band- Transatlantic (2011)
>big band, progressive jazz, fusion
>Chris Potter is usually known for his incredible playing more than his composing, but this album showcases his exciting and multi-layered, polyphonic compositions for large ensemble. The music is very much influenced by rock, but stays varied and gives Potter plenty of room to improvise over his creative music.
Tim Kasher- The Game of Monogamy
>Alt-country, Folkish, Front to Cursive does a solo album about his wife leaving him. Very sad at times.
John McNeil- Faun (1981)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This is a quintet made up of some of musicians who had extensive careers as sidemen in the 1980’s playing acoustic straight-ahead and free jazz. Along the lines of Woody Shaw, Freddy Hubbard, or Kenny Garrett’s 80’s output.
forgot cover again. ugh
>I'll complain about a perceived lack of musical diversity in a sharethread instead of starting a new thread to discuss or bring up the music that I feel is overlooked
good idea you fucking berry
I'd still really like Dandys Rule, OK? if anyone has it.
We Were Skeletons- Blame and Aging
>Skramz, or screamo if you aren't a faggot. Post rock influences, one of those bands.
Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra- Bob Brookmeyer, Composer and Arranger (1980)
>This was the famous house band at the Village Vanguard from the 60’s onward, led by Thad Jones and Mel Lewis. Here the band performs charts written and orchestrated by Bob Brookmeyer, and it is probably one of the best documents of Brookmeyer’s skill as an arranger.
Good Luck- Into Lake Griffy
>Fun, happy, feelsy pop-emo that's impossible to get out of your head for at least a week.
Why do you think people are sharing- oh I mean 'spoonfeeding' albums in here?
Probably because they don't get discussed enough and people are hoping more anons will catch on.
But I guess spoonfeeding is for babbies amirite? Yeah but going into a spoonfeeding thread and crying about lack of diversity is much better rite?
What a berry.
Ricky Eat Acid- Three Love songs
>Ambient, dancy at times. From the guy behind Teen Suicide, expect some of the same aesthetic in a different format.
Rilo Kiley- More Adventurous
>Female-Fronted indie-Rock from Saddle Creek featuring Jenny Lewis, one of the best looking and sounding women in music. Saw her live recently... dat ass.
Dr. Lonnie Smith- The Art of Organizing (2009)
>organ jazz, soul jazz
>The good doctor leads a traditional organ trio (organ, guitar, drums) on this record and shows off his remarkable taste on the instrument. The music is mostly in the hard bop, soul jazz style, but what makes Smith stand out is his talent for utilizing the wide variety of sounds and dynamic contrasts the Hammond B-3 of which the Hammond B3 is capable.
I have nothing against spoonfeeding.
Good point, which is why I share surf rock time to time.
It's the same thing in most every sharethread, with the odd exception of an interesting one, every once in a blue moon.
Kayno Yesno Slonce - Elohim Neva Senzu
> Bulgarian Ambient
requesting Svitlana Nianio - Kytytsi
Balmorhea- Rivers Arms
>Folksy post-rock that's full of emotion. I can't describe it very well, but Barefoot Pilgrams has made me tear up on several occasions.
Ok, I'm done. I post shit from this decade that gets overlooked so hard that people continue to complain about the jazz. The jazz is great, by the way. stop being ungrateful you choosy beggar.
Would greatly appreciate it if anyone has Spiderman of the Rings by Dan Deacon in 320 or lossless. The torrent from rutracker won't start, and the stuff in the archive is all at low bit rates.
Lloydsaddiction - Sway (2014)
>Very base-heavy songs, pretty straight forward. Some songs come across as rather depressing yet at the same time they maintain a certain warmth and cozy feeling. Highly recommending this one
Richard Davis- Epistrophy and Now’s the Time (1972)
>post-bop, hard bop
>Bassist Richard Davis is known mostly for his work on Blue Note, where his flexible style of playing fit in well with players like Andrew Hill and Eric Dolphy. Later in the 70’s he also recorded several albums as a leader on the Muse label. This record consists of two 20+ minute jams by the quintet over several bebop standards, that move well beyond the realm of bebop during the solos.
Tau - Remedium
>christian rap from Poland, released today