Archive for September 27th, 2011

Bill Frisell – All We Are Saying (2011)

The thing that makes today’s release of All We Are Saying feel so connective is guitarist Bill Frisell’s willingness to simply let things happen — to accept life as it goes.

Have A Cigar!: Celebrating Pink Floyd's massive new reissue project

Psych-rockers Pink Floyd and EMI are launching an exhaustive re-release campaign, beginning today. You could say that tickled us … pink.

Half Notes: Glenn Kotche – Mobile (2006)

by Tom Johnson The Wilco drummer turns in a surprisingly beautiful and effective minimalist classical drum suite reminiscent of the best works of Phillip Glass and Steve Reich. It’s not something that will get played a lot, and it’s probably not terribly original because it is territory that’s been covered before, but it still manages to be a good listenRead More

On Second Thought: Brian Eno – Drums Between the Bells (2011)

I initially dismissed this, almost out of hand: There’s a reason people haven’t been rocking Robert Frost all this time.

Lindsey Buckingham – Live at the Bass Performance Hall (2008)

by Mark Saleski There was a short period in my growing up phase (which sometimes I’m afraid I haven’t passed through) when I looked forward to, and dreaded, this yearly intersection of completely unlike events