At the same time that Miles Davis was pioneering a spacious, hypnotic type of jazz-rock fusion, his recently departed drummer Tony Williams was inventing a more explosive, intense variety of fusion borne of hard-nosed jamming originally with guitarist John McLaughlin and organist Larry Young.
Archive for May 29th, 2012
Did we dare dream that the Beach Boys could cobble together something so brilliantly resonant, something that so perfectly mirrors their own dashed aspirations?
It must be the time of year. It must be the heat. Or the humidity. Whatever the reason, I have a big hankering for some off-kilter music.
Chris Squire took his time in collaborating with Genesis alum Steve Hackett, working in between other projects for years
Four words can best sum up Paul and Linda McCartney’s 1971 album Ram: “Heart of the Country.”