segunda-feira, 16 de outubro de 2017

The Eerie Wicked Love and Stuff Like That Playlist








0:00 Bernadette - IAMX 5:08 Callous - The Fratellis 9:47 The Greatest Love - Major Parkinson 13:44 Bloodsuckers - Johnny Hollow 16:21 Buckets of Blood - The Great Malarkey 18:59 Anchor - Birdeatsbaby 23:09 Build the Fire - Kal Cahoone 26:43 The Dirt Won't Keep Your Secrets - The Venetia Fair 30:37 Genuinely Bad - Pretty Balanced 33:55 Terrible Beauty - Amanda Jayne 37:34 Tango Till They're Sore - Tom Waits 40:24 Haunt Me - Caravan of Thieves



quinta-feira, 12 de outubro de 2017

Max Richter | Out of the Dark Room



Blending classical and electronic elements in his music, Richter divides his time between scores and stand-alone albums. 
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1. 00:00 The Haunted Ocean 4 (From 'Waltz with Bashir') 2. 3:44 Any Minute Now , Thinking Back (From 'Waltz with Bashir') 3. 8:01 I Swam out to Sea , Return (From 'Waltz with Bashir') 4. 11:53 What Have They Done! (From 'Waltz with Bashir') 5. 13:46 The Haunted Ocean 5 (From 'Waltz with Bashir') 6. 15:24 The Vel D'hiv (From 'Sarah's Key') 7. 19:08 The Escape (From 'Sarah's Key') 8. 22:32 When She Came Back (From 'Sarah's Key') 9. 25:16 The Tree, the Beach, the Sea (From 'Sarah's Key') 10. 28:04 Julia's Journey (From 'Sarah's Key') 11. 30:30 Julia Walking (From 'Sarah's Key') 12. 32:57 Sarah's Notebook (From 'Sarah's Key') 13. 36:33 Wadjda's Journey (From 'Wadjda') 14. 39:13 Conversation (From 'Wadjda') 15. 42:44 Sequence (From 'Wadjda') 16. 45:11 The Release (From 'Wadjda') 17. 47:49 The Swimmer (From 'Disconnect') 18. 49:54 Unwritten (From 'Disconnect') 19. 51:43 Break In (From 'Disconnect') 20. 55:16 Beginning and Ending (From 'The Congress') 21. 1:00:06 On the Road to Abrahama 1 (From 'The Congress') 22. 1:04:21 In the Cosmic Lobby (From 'The Congress') 23. 1:06:41 Out of the Dark (From 'The Congress') 24. 1:11:44 Love and Imagination (From 'Testament of Youth') 25. 1:14:26 The Rising of the Sun (From 'Testament of Youth') 26. 1:17:05 These I Send to You (From 'Testament of Youth') 27. 1:19:38 Returning over the Nightmare Ground (From 'Testament of Youth') 28. 1:22:32 I Will Not Forget You (From 'Testament of Youth')



Ólafur Arnalds | ...and they have escaped the weight of darkness



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They must be putting something in the water over there in Iceland that makes musicians work in unexpected ways. Their biggest pop and rock exports -- Björk and Sigúr Ros, respectively -- have borne very little relation to what the rest of the world thinks of as pop and rock, so why should their most promising young neo-classical composer be any different? At an age when most young men are still trying to decide between grad school and the night shift at Denny's, Olafur Arnalds has already made a name for himself as a musical maverick who skirts the edges of the classical, rock, electronic, and avant-garde worlds with enthusiastic ease, a Nico Muhly with a higher tolerance for cold weather, if you will. On his second full-length release, Arnalds moves further away from electronics to embrace a more acoustically oriented approach centered on piano and strings. Electronics do play a supporting role -- they're simply used to enhance the atmosphere here and there, but in the main, Arnalds is creating 21st century chamber music here, as the piano makes simple, elegant statements whose harmonic possibilities are further fleshed out by the strings. And Arnalds may be a modernist in terms of pushing stylistic boundaries, but he still has some old-school, downright romantic notions about melodic movement -- you won't find any polytonality or serial music among these tracks. Arnalds prefers instead to repurpose old-school harmonic conventions in a new context, offering the listener a readily accessible emotional connection but still breaking new ground. And on the few strategic spots in the album where Arnalds drops in drums and/or electric guitar and repetitive motifs, the effect is not dissimilar to the headier moments of the aforementioned Sigúr Ros, or perhaps early-‘70s Pink Floyd at their most ethereal, showing the rock crowd that they too have a point of entry into this music.


1. 00:00:00 Ólafur Arnalds Þú ert sólin 2. 00:03:24 Ólafur Arnalds Þú ert jörðin 3. 00:07:58 Ólafur Arnalds Tunglið 4. 00:12:25 Ólafur Arnalds Loftið verður skyndilega kalt 5. 00:18:13 Ólafur Arnalds Kjurrt 6. 00:22:57 Ólafur Arnalds Gleypa okkur 7. 00:28:45 Ólafur Arnalds Hægt, kemur ljósið 8. 00:34:18 Ólafur Arnalds Undan hulu 9. 00:39:26 Ólafur Arnalds Þau hana sloppið undan þunga myrkursins 10. 00:43:26 Haukur Heiðar Hauksson A Hundred Reasons 11. 00:47:44 Ólafur Arnalds Frá upphafi (Dyad 1909) 12. 00:49:32 Ólafur Arnalds Loka augunum (Dyad 1909) 13. 00:53:27 Ólafur Arnalds Brotsjór (Dyad 1909) 14. 00:57:21 Ólafur Arnalds Við vorum smá... (Dyad 1909) 15. 01:00:39 Ólafur Arnalds 3326 (Dyad 1909) 16. 01:04:18 Ólafur Arnalds Til enda (Dyad 1909) 17. 01:08:28 Ólafur Arnalds ...og lengra (Dyad 1909)

Jóhann Jóhannsson | Orphée



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In the six years between And in the Endless Pause There Came the Sound of Bees and OrphéeJóhann Jóhannsson became a celebrated film composer, earning back-to-back Oscar nominations for his life-affirming score for The Theory of Everything and his ominous, rough-edged music for Sicario. During this time, Jóhannsson continued to work on personal projects including this, his Deustche Grammophon debut. In its own way, Orphée is also a little like a soundtrack: the composer drew inspiration from the story of Orpheus' ill-fated attempt to rescue his wife Eurydice from the underworld, building on Ovid and Jean Cocteau's versions of the tale in his meditations on death, rebirth, and creativity. The Orpheus myth reflected Jóhannsson's life while he worked on the album: his move from Copenhagen to Berlin marked the closing of one chapter in his life and the start of a new one.
Like And in the Endless Pause There Came the Sound of BeesOrphée is both more intimate than some of his larger works, and immediately recognizable as Jóhannsson's. On "Flight from the City," a gentle but insistent piano motif rises and falls like breath, while strings deepen its sweet ache; layers of counterpoint inspire bittersweet wonder on "The Drowned World"; "Orphic Hymn" showcases the composer's flair for choral pieces, with Paul Hillier's Theatre of Voices performing lines from Ovid's text in Renaissance style; and "Fragment II" offers a brief burst of his grander scale with its ever-widening sea of drones and strings. This piece features Orphée's main motif, an ascending harmonic pattern that also appears on the ghostly "A Song for Europa," which introduces the staticky, numbers station-like recordings that flicker through the album, adding another layer of distance and mystery.
Orphée's studies in change give equal time time to mourning and hope, whether on the spine-tingling "A Pile of Dust" or the way "A Sparrow Alighted Upon Our Shoulder" and "By the Roes, and by the Hinds of the Field" dance between joy and sorrow. Similarly, Jóhannsson makes the album's chiaroscuro qualities explicit on "De Luce et Umbra," where a shadowy, almost subliminal pulse adds tension to the skyward strings, and on the Emily Dickinson-inspired diptych "Good Morning, Midnight" and "Good Night, Day," where subtle transitions evoke standing between ends and beginnings. On OrphéeJóhannsson expresses the need to let some things and people go to let new ones in with remarkable nuance, as well as the affecting beauty fans have come to know and love.






01. Flight From The City 0:00 02. A Song For Europa 6:33 03. The Drowned World 9:04 04. A Deal With Chaos 11:47 05. A Pile Of Dust 13:31 06. A Sparrow Alighted Upon Our Shoulder 18:23 07. Fragment I 20:49 08. By The Roes, And By The Hinds Of The Field 22:15 09. The Radiant City 24:53 10. Fragment II 28:28 11. The Burning Mountain 30:37 12. De Luce Et Umbra 33:24 13. Good Morning, Midnight 35:53 14. Good Night, Day 39:09 15. Orphic Hymn 43:09


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terça-feira, 10 de outubro de 2017

Cécile McLorin Salvant & The Aaron Diehl Trio | Vitoria-Gasteiz 2016

An adept jazz vocalist and winner of the 2010 Thelonious Monk Vocal Jazz Competition. 
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Acclaimed Juilliard-trained jazz pianist steeped in the straight-ahead acoustic tradition. 
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Cécile McLorin Salvant & Aaron Diehl Trio
Festival de Jazz de Vitoria-Gasteiz 2016


Cécile McLorin Salvant vocals Aaron Diehl piano Paul Sikivie bass Lawrence Leathers drums
Cécile McLorin Salvant vocals Aaron Diehl piano Paul Sikivie bass Lawrence Leathers drums


1. When In Rome (I Do As The Romans Do) 2. Somehow I Never Could Believe from Street Scene 3. Devil May Care 4. The Best Thing for You (Would Be Me) 5. Tell Me What They're Saying (Can't Be True) 6. What A Little Moonlight Can Do 7. Underling 8. Let's Face The Music and Dance 9. Alfonsina y el mar




Blade Runner 2049 Soundtrack | Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch

Blade Runner 2049 is a 2017 American neo-noir science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve and written by Hampton Fancher and Michael Green.[7] A sequel to Blade Runner (1982).

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Blade Runner 2049
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch


01. 2049 02. Sapper’s Tree 03. Flight to LAPD 04. Rain 05. Wallace 06. Memory 07. Mesa 08. Orphanage 09. Furnace 10. Someone Lived This 11. Joi 12. Pilot 13. Hijack 14. That’s Why We Believe 15. Her Eyes Were Green 16. Sea Wall 17. All the Best Memories Are Hers 18. Tears In The Rain



Brian Simpson | South Beach

Sought-after keyboardist, studio musician, and musical director who crosses from jazz to pop. 
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1. South Beach 00:00 2. Can't Tell You Why 03:25 3. Lay It On Me 07:40 4. Never Without You 11:17 5. Paradise Island 16:09 6. Old Friends 20:27 7. All I Want Is You 25:17 8. Our Love 29:58 9. Summer's End 34:41 10. Moonlit Ocean 39:36



Dominic Miller & Band | Leverkusener Jazztage 2012

Highly regarded guitarist and solo performer, known for his long association with Sting. 
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segunda-feira, 9 de outubro de 2017

Blues Collection | Vol. 5








00:00:00 Ben E. King - Quizas, Quizas, Quizas 00:02:12 Brothers John Sellers - Strange Fruit 00:04:34 Josh White, Sam Gary, Al Hall - Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho 00:07:24 Ray Charles - Get on the Right Track Baby 00:09:45 Bessie Smith - Any Woman's Blues 00:13:10 John Lee Hooker - No More Doggin' 00:15:55 Lightnin' Hopkins - Bad Things on My Mind 00:18:49 Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Leroy Kirkland et son orchestre - Yellow Coat 00:21:13 Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra - Shufflin' and Rollin' 00:24:27 Odetta - Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 00:26:50 Willie Dixon - Bye Bye Baby 00:29:27 Josh White - Molly Malone 00:32:26 Big Bill Broonzy - Saturday Evening Blues 00:36:03 Gary Davis - Samson and Delilah 00:40:06 Leadbelly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night 00:43:08 T-Bone Walker - She's My Old Time Used to Be 00:45:46 Texas Alexander - West Texas Blues 00:49:00 Sonny Terry, Brownie Mc Ghee, Coyal Mc Cahan - Raise a Ruckus Tonight! 00:51:50 Big Bill Broonzy - Southbound Train 00:55:21 John Lee Hooker - Every Night 00:58:18 Piano Red - Rockin' with Red 01:00:49 Montana Skiffle Trio - When the Saints Go Marching In 01:02:37 John Lee Hooker - Tupelo Blues 01:06:01 Johnny Cash - You Tell Me 01:07:19 Little Walter and His Jukes - I Got to Go
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