音楽 : Walter Steding ‎– Walter Steding

Walter Steding ‎– Walter Steding

レーベル:Red Star Records ‎– RED 101
フォーマット:Vinyl, LP, Album

Woke Up Mixed Up
Written-By – Steding*
Subterranean Escape
Written-By – Steding*
Get Ready
Written-By – Steding*
Hound Dog
Guitar – Robert Fripp
Written-By – Leiber-Stoller*
Bass – Jan-Marek Pakulski*
Guitar – Richard Lloyd
Written-By – Isleys*
Written-By – Steding*
Incident Of Experience
Written-By – Steding*
Druid Ragg
Written-By – Steding*
Written-By – Steding*
Written-By – Steding*

Mastered At – Masterdisk
Marketed By – Jem Records, Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Red Star Records Inc.
Copyright (c) – Red Star Records Inc.
Recorded At – Blank Tape Studios
Published By – Stanphyl Music, Inc.
Published By – Gladys Music
Published By – No M Music, Inc.
Published By – MCA Music
Published By – Wemar Music
Published By – W. Steding Music

Drums – Jerry Ryan (4)
Engineer – Bob Blank
Guitar, Bass – Joey Pinter
Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
Photography By [Back Sleeve] – George Du Bose*
Photography By [Front Sleeve] – Edo
Producer – Chris Stein

Recorded at Blank Tapes, N.Y.C.
℗&© Red Star Records
Red Star Records, marketed by Jem Records, Inc., South Plainfield, NJ 07080, Reseda, CA 91335
Warning: unauthorized duplication is a violation of appicable laws.
Printed in U.S.A.
A1 to A3, A6 to B1 published by W. Steding Music/Stanphyl Music, Inc.
A4 published Gladys Music/MCA Music.
A5 published Wemar Music/No M Music, Inc.

Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): RED 100-A
Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B): RED 100-B
Rights Society: ASCAP
Rights Society: BMI


音楽 : Happening: A Movement in 12 Acts(ESP-Disk’)

Happening: A Movement in 12 Acts

This is among the most ambitious projects ESP-Disk' has issued. Notably, it has an all-star roster of guest vocalists. If while looking at this list, you think, "Is that THE Walter Egan? Wait, Suzy Bogguss the country star?" and so on, the answers are, yes, that IS the same Walter Egan whose 1978 hit "Magnet and Steel" had Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac on backing vocals. Yes, that is the Suzy Boggess who had six top-ten country singles in the '90s. Which Charles Walker? Why, legendary soul star Charles "Wigg" Walker of Little Charles and the Sidewinders and, more recently, the Dynamites. And yes, that's rising-star vocalist Fay Victor, the toast of New York's avant-jazz scene, and Cooper-Moore, an eminence grise of the same scene. And Freedy Johnston, one-time Rolling Stone Songwriter of the Year. And Americana Music Association New Artist of the Year Mary Gauthier, whose songs have been recorded by Jimmy Buffett, Tim McGraw, Bettye Lavette, and many more. And prolific singer-songwriter Matthew Ryan, beloved cult figure of both the Americana and indie-rock scenes. And vocalist Carmina Escobar of Mexico City-based experimental music ensemble Liminar. And Jenny Knaggs of Lac La Belle, Odu Afrobeat Orchestra, and I, Crime, and a genre-spanning mainstay of the underground Detroit music scene. Some of those people are way too famous, too mainstream, to be on ESP, you may think. But they wanted to be part of this project of which leaders Thollem McDonas (already an ESP artist in the bands The Naked Future and Tsigoti) and Ed Pettersen AKA Mad King Edmund say, "Happening: A Movement in 12 Acts is a treatise with spoken and sung libretto by various artists about the current state of the U.S. and the impact the Occupy movement has had on our psyche. However, it is not about Occupy but rather the 99%." Now, THAT is such an ESP-Disk' thing to do.

Vocals: Vocals: Fay Victor, Walter Egan, Charles Walker, Suzy Bogguss, Freedy Johnston, Mary Gauthier, Cooper-Moore, Carmina Escobar, Matthew Ryan, Jennie Knaggs, Ed Pettersen, Thollem McDonas
Instruments: Thollem McDonas, piano; Ed Pettersen, guitar & effects; Pete Abbott, drums; Jeff Lederer, saxophone.
Libretto: Ed Pettersen, arranged by Thollem McDonas
Liner notes: Janet Reno, 78th Attorney General of the United States of America
Artwork: Elise Jarem, cover; Chip Boles, inside; Runar Drønen, design/layout

Track Listing
01. Act 1 Opening 1:47
02. Act 2 The Common Man 3:34
03. Act 3 Wall Street Executive 3:54
04. Act 4 The Politician 1:31
05. Act 5 The Middle Class 3:08
06. Interlude 1 1:21
07. Act 6 Occupy Park 3:35
08. Interlude 2 2:01
09. Act 7 Homeless Person 3:43
10. Act 8 Female Love Interest 4:47
11. Act 9 Male Protagonist 4:14
12. Interlude 3 0:57
13. Act 10 History 3:17
14. Interlude 4 1:59
15. Act 11 Protest 3:38
16. Act 12 Resolution 1:49

Musicians: Thollem McDonas / Mad King Edmund / Ed Pettersen

音楽 : Evergreen (Canceled World)(ESP-Disk’)

Evergreen (Canceled World)

The Delegation is a project of young phenom Gabriel Zucker that mixes jazz, classical, electronica, rock, and more into a new sound that lives up to ESP-Disk's classic catchphrase, "You never heard such sounds in your life!" This improvising group came together at the 2013 Banff Jazz and Creative Music Workshop and was soon commissioned by the American Composers Forum; the result is the twelve-movement work on this two-disc set, which was premiered at the Jazz Gallery in New York City in 2014 and earned ASCAP's Morton Gould Young Composers Award.

Gabriel Zucker - piano, compositions, lyrics, electronics, voice; Adam O'Farrill - trumpet; Eric Trudel - tenor saxophone; Jacob Teichroew - tenor saxophone, clarinet; Bryan Qu - tenor saxophone; Mark Chung - violin; Ron Lawrence - viola; Eric Allen - cello; Artemisz Polonyi - voice; Lorena del Mar - voice; Bam Bam Rodriguez - bass; Gabriel Globus-Hoenich - drums;David Su - additional electronics

Track Listing
CD 1:  
01. Always Know / I'll Follow You (Resistible I)  
02. Headlight Imprecise (Summaries I)  
03. In the Audience (Disregard I)  
04. Bare (Evergreen I)  
05. Too Resistible / Roof (Resistible II) 
06. were alone / Knowledge Clown (Evergreen II) 

CD 2:  
07. The End  
08. Recover (Disregard II)  
09. 3.5 Rotations (Evergreen III)  
10. Growing Old (Evergreen IV) / Flow Like Wine (Canceled I)  
11. Talk in Undertones (Resistible III)  
12. Yellow Paint (Summaries II) / End of Time (Canceled II) 

Acclaim for Gabriel Zucker: 

"...suavely combined a symphony orchestra and a jazz band, beginning with a haunting orchestral hush and passing a gentle theme through the jazz soloists. It was a nocturne out of early Bernstein or introspective Sinatra." - Zachary Woolfe, The New York Times re:Universal at Midnight's Carnegie Hall premiere

Bach Society Prize of the Yale Music Department for being "a pianist who has excelled in solo, concerto and chamber music genres, a jazz pianist who has sustained a creative and virtuosic activity during his time at Yale, and a composer who has intensified his ambitious endeavor to find a synthesis between his art music and jazz interests."

Musicians: Delegation / Gabriel Zucker

音楽 : Immortal Light(ESP-Disk')

Immortal Light

Immortal Light is the debut solo album by guitarist-singer-songwriter Buck Curran. Since 2005, Buck has recorded and performed as one half of the alt-folk duo Arborea. To date, Arborea has released five albums, including 2013's ESP-Disk' release Fortress of the Sun, and produced two various-artist compilations (Leaves of Life, a benefit for the World Food Program, and We Are All One, In the Sun, a tribute to Robbie Basho). Buck has also produced a second tribute to Robbie Basho, Basket Full of Dragons, released on July 5, 2016 by Obsolete Recordings.
Buck's music is influenced by landscapes of nature and has developed through a decade of playing with Arborea and the experience of playing Blues and Folk throughout the 1990s. He also draws inspiration from the deep well of Folk and Rock of the 1960s (Robbie Basho, Jimi Hendrix, Tim Buckley), American Blues and Folk music of the 1930s, British Folk and Psychedelic Folk/Rock of the '60s and early '70s (Peter Green, Sandy Denny, Pentangle, Davey Graham, Nick Drake, Led Zeppelin, Martin Simpson), Indian Classical music (Pandit Nikhil Banerjee), and Jazz of the '50s and '60s (Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane).
Buck Curran: vocals, guitars, harmonium, flute, banjo.
Shanti Deschaine: backup vocals on "New Moontide" and "Bad Moon Rising." Featured lead vocals and harmonium on "Immortal Light."

Track Listing
01. Wayfaring Summer (Reprise) (2:56)  
02. New Moontide (5:29)  
03. Sea of Polaris (4:59)  
04. Seven Gardens to Your Shore (4:41)  
05. River unto Sea (7:47) 
06. Bad Moon Rising (4:00) 
07. Andromeda (5:54) 
08. Immortal Light (13:31) 

Press Quotes: early reviews of Immortal Light

"Guitar tones linger and reverberate with a mystical translucence." - Dusted

"The wonderful new Buck Curran LP on ESP-Disk', as gorgeous a psychedelic folk record as can be in 2016." - Jeff Conklin, host of The Avant Ghetto on WFMU
Musicians: Buck Curran / Arborea


音楽 : Philip Glass ‎– Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2

Philip Glass ‎– Music In Twelve Parts - Parts 1 & 2

Caroline Records ‎– CA 2010
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Neo-Classical, Contemporary, Post-Modern

Music In Twelve Parts - Part 1
Music In Twelve Parts - Part 2

Recorded At – Big Apple Recording Studios
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse

Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Richard Peck
Artwork – Cooke Key Associates
Design [Cover] – Sol Lewitt
Edited By [Tape Editor] – Michael Riesman
Engineer [Recording] – Kurt Munkacsi, Wieslaw Woszczyk
Organ [Electric] – Michael Riesman, Philip Glass
Producer – Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass
Remix – Kurt Munkacsi, Michael Riesman, Philip Glass
Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Jon Gibson (2), Dickie Landry
Voice, Organ [Electric] – Joan LaBarbara

Recorded at Big Apple Recording Studio, New York City.
Printed in Great Britain

Matrix / Runout (Side A): CA 2010 A-1U-1-1 - 1
Matrix / Runout (Side B): CA 2010 B-1U-1-1 - 1

音楽 : Philip Glass ‎– Music With Changing Parts

Philip Glass ‎– Music With Changing Parts
レーベル:Chatham Square Productions ‎– 1001/2
フォーマット:2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
ジャンル:Electronic, Classical
スタイル:Modern Classical

Music With Changing Parts (Part One)
Music With Changing Parts (Part Two)
Music With Changing Parts (Part Three)
Music With Changing Parts (Part Four)

Recorded At – Martinson Hall
Mixed At – Butterfly Studio, New York City

Electric Piano – Arthur Murphy*
Engineer – Bob Fries*
Engineer, Electronics – Kurt Munkacsi
Mixed By – Kurt Munkacsi, Philip Glass, Dickie Landry*
Organ [Electric] – Steve Chambers
Organ [Electric], Flute [Alto] – Philip Glass
Organ [Electric], Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Voice – Jon Gibson (2)
Photography By – C. Girouard
Producer – Klaus Kertess, Philip Glass
Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Piccolo Flute, Voice – Dickie Landry*
Trumpet, Flute, Voice – Robert Prado
Violin [Electric], Voice – Barbara Benary

Recorded in the Martinson Hall of the Public Theater, Lafayette Street, New York City by Butterfly Productions, Inc. using a mobile studio equipped with a 16-track recorder with Bob Fries and Kurt Munkacsi engineers. Mixdown from 16-track to 2-track stereo by Kurt Munkacsi, Dickie Landry and Philip Glass at Butterfly Studio, New York City.

Issued in gatefold sleeve. Note that side 1 and 4 are the first disc, while side 2 and 3 are the second disc.