One of guitarist John Fahey’s finest offerings, presented in its entirety. Enjoy!
Experimental composer Jon Gibson’s solo debut composition is a dark, dense, disturbing–and oddly compelling–ambient soundscape.
Boscoe was an obscure Chicago-based collective of black radical musicians. Their sole album should be a relic from the era; instead, it’s a painful, unintentionally contemporary reminder of how little has change.
Two albums of archival recordings from the unique hippie cult The Source Family: one is a holy ritual in tribute to an approaching comet; the other, a fine psych-rock album.
The Hues Corporation, a Las Vegas-based R&B group, first came to prominence as the band in the film Blacula, which provided the band with the break they had been seeking, and which resulted in a record deal. Though success was long in coming, when it did come, it was well-deserved. Freedom For The Stallion,… Read More ›
You know where and when to use this song…use it appropriately, and thank me later…