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Peter Jones

  1. London, UK
  2. Jazz
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  1. IRONSIDE
    by Ruby Rushton
    00:00/00:00
    Triceratops / The Caller Triceratops / The Caller
  2. Ritual Terrains
    by False Bliss
    00:00/00:00
    Am I You? Are You Me? Am I You? Are You Me?
    appears in 1 other collection
  3. Hollow Moon
    by Vespero
    00:00/00:00
    Sublunarian Sublunarian
  4. ATW
    by All Them Witches
    00:00/00:00
    Diamond Diamond
  5. Talkbox vs Vocoder
    by Talkbox vs Vocoder
    00:00/00:00
    For the Love...No Church...Cherish the day For the Love...No Church...Cherish the day
    This run-through of three tracks works very well, good feel and interpretation.
  6. March 19th 2015
    by GroundUp
    00:00/00:00
    Chameleon Chameleon
    This starts with a very nice seven minute interpretation of Chameleon, continuing into a long break that finishes with a final nod to the original.
    appears in 1 other collection
  7. Out West
    by A/B Trio
    00:00/00:00
    Carson Carson
    Stunning playing on every track with wonderfully inspired composition. Each part warrants concentrated listening yet the music demands being heard as a whole. One of the rare works where I immediately felt I should listen again - there's so much here to take in!
    appears in 1 other collection
  8. Take No Prisoners
    by A/B Trio
    00:00/00:00
    Tranquilty (For Dad) (feat. Chris Andrew) Tranquilty (For Dad) (feat. Chris Andrew)
    How can arrangements as free as this feel so perfectly aligned? There's a feeling of total communion between the players - everything is *together*. Grooving jazz through and through.
  9. Funked
    by Big Fun 3
    00:00/00:00
    Tell You Later Tell You Later
    The latest by the Big Fun 3, this bringing more of the same dynamic - well worth the listen.
  10. Big Fun Bundle
    by Big Fun 3
    00:00/00:00
    For J.P. For J.P.
    The tracks here may not be all out stunners at the bleeding edge of artistic invention but there's no lack of talent on show. The compositions are carefully set out, more subtle and comfortable than some other of my recent listens. Still, good stuff!
  11. Exu__Wow
    by False Bliss
    00:00/00:00
    Sycamore Sycamore
    Where do you begin to try to explain how sounds like these work together in a collection like this? There is beauty in every track. I described it elsewhere as jazz - but with a metal edge... sticking through. I think it's fair: there is something sinister in the beauty...
  12. kõik saab korda
    by Wrupk Urei
    00:00/00:00
    kriminaalne venemaa kriminaalne venemaa
    This album manages to combine so much of what I enjoy in music, including a healthy dose of originality and humour.
  13. Time Tricks (2015)
    by SMALL BLUES TRAP
    00:00/00:00
    I Wish I Could Fly I Wish I Could Fly
    Solid Small Blues Trap magic throughout this release. Some great harp playing, loved I Wish I Could Fly, along with Time Tricks and I'm Leavin' This Town.
  14. The Longest Road I Know (2013)
    by SMALL BLUES TRAP
    00:00/00:00
    Your Mind Keeps Ramblin' Your Mind Keeps Ramblin'
    A great opener and the closing number is also a winner, on this slight return to the more eclectic style of Blues for SBT. Good listening throughout.
  15. Red Snakes & Cave Bats (2010)
    by SMALL BLUES TRAP
    00:00/00:00
    Seven Plus Seven Plus
    A far more mainstream sound on this release than earlier ones. Here SBT are close to the classic Bluesbreakers type sound, with maybe a bit of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac thrown in, along with their own clear style on top.

    Every single track here is a great listen - really good sounds - and far too many of the jams at the end of tracks feel cut off too soon.

    Worth more than I paid, too.
  16. Crossroad Ritual (2006)
    by SMALL BLUES TRAP
    00:00/00:00
    Your Mother Told You That I Play The Devil's Music Your Mother Told You That I Play The Devil's Music
    More blues from SBT - slightly more mainstream. Very nice.
  17. Our Trap (2005)
    by SMALL BLUES TRAP
    00:00/00:00
    ...and I 'll Be Happy ...and I 'll Be Happy
    Great small club blues band vibe, with a very cool rhythm section. "Crazy Fears Blues" carries the classic blues format - that "same ol' song" - very well. "My Blues Harp Was Stuffed With Smoke" is a showcase track.
    appears in 1 other collection
  18. Terrapin-Sanctuary
    by G.O.D. RECORDS (Garden Of Dreams)
    00:00/00:00
    Fog Rolling Out Fog Rolling Out
    There's a deeply ingrained 70s psychedelia-inspired feel to all of the tracks here, even those you can't really place in that genre. Pretty good stuff.

    Can't wait for what Bas does next!
  19. Infinite Equinox
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    O O
    Wow.

    All the tracks here have a great feel, with the two main ones really having wonderful yet distinct atmospheres.

    The first is mesmeric - hypnagogic even - with a subtly beautiful sound. (I'd almost recommend not playing it whilst driving!) The interval brings you back to focus, short and effective.

    It's the last track that's the real deal though. Wandering through several parts of the psychedelic musical genre, including The Incredible String Band, it's captivating.
  20. Unprotected
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    Unprotected In The World Unprotected In The World
    What a great comeback.

    A stunning opening track with great bass and flute and the usual solid performances from the other band members and good production.

    Flame is pretty nice.

    A Brave Face has great opening and some nice guitar and drum work.

    I'm a bit in two minds over Permian Vacation - it's a little cheesy in parts but has some good ideas going on, too.

    The closer is another great number with interworked parts.
  21. The Unprotected demos
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    A Brave Face (live demo) A Brave Face (live demo)
    Very nice warm live sound here. A Brave Face is really taken to a higher level here, compared with the album track, I think.
  22. The Drowning Desert
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    Tell The Moon Tell The Moon
    I don't rate this release quite as highly as the last two: there seem to be some minor production issues and the first three tracks just didn't grab me as being as inventive as the band's earlier work. "Tell The Moon" is pretty nice, though - I'm a bit of a sucker for George T's percussion alongside Chris T's drums.
  23. No Man's Land
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    Writers Have No Real Life Writers Have No Real Life
    Two tracks at over 15 minutes - OK, you earn prog marks there, for a start! Unsurprisingly, given how close in time it was to Home In The Sky, it's got a very similar feeling but the tracks are more developed. Great jams.
  24. Home In The Sky
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    Brand New Sun Brand New Sun
    Much, much more progressive than the earlier outings, some memories back to Zalion but generally much more of an original sounding album. All the tracks are worth a listen, with some strong ones, such as the opener and "News From The Sun" (Delay Lama is a classic virtual synth www.kvraudio.com/product/delay_lama_by_audionerdz ).
  25. The Reality Trip
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    Wild Love Wild Love
    More solid blues rock.
  26. Zalion
    by No Man's Land
    00:00/00:00
    The Black Horse The Black Horse
    Good hard rocking blues with some great original twists.

    ...And with an authentic vinyl sound... :). I'd forgotten what old fashioned records sounded like...
  27. Deliquesce
    by Zookeeper's Palace
    00:00/00:00
    Liquid Hands Liquid Hands
    A good balance between looking back through the history of the genre and making their own space within in, Zookeeper's Palace have produced another small gem here.
  28. Red Sky Ruminations
    by Zookeeper's Palace
    00:00/00:00
    Leaving You Lying Here Leaving You Lying Here
    Some albums have a single defining flavour. Here, it's hard -- and probably useless -- to say there's a common flavour to the tracks. What drew me in was a Yes / King Crimson feel. There's also a lot of heavier rock in there, too. And more. It's varied and interesting - both through the album and within tracks.

    Despite that, or possibly because of it, it keeps the attention, making you want to listen to each track.
  29. Mind Colours
    by SoulenginE
    00:00/00:00
    Challenge To An End Challenge To An End
    This is, in places, pretty mellow stuff to the extent I thought "Hm, lift music" a couple of times. But then it changes, bringing in the heavy guns, and changes, swinging around to be airy light jazz, and changes again to be cutting prog. Dynamic and engaging with the flow between the last four of five tracks really smooth.

    Thanks to progstreaming for getting this one to me!
  30. Wordless
    by Infront
    00:00/00:00
    RUNNN RUNNN
    Well, so far, RUNNN is the most fun -- not quite finished listening yet. And, as ever, favourite will change...

    This is a very varied album, every track has something going for it, lots of dynamism and different sound textures.
  31. Inescapable
    by Infront
    00:00/00:00
    Infinite Approach Infinite Approach
    Inventiveness. Range of expression. Range of sounds. A blend of some jazz ideas, prog ideas, harder rock ideas make this another great set of tracks to explore with the longer multi-part sets showing off some of the broad skills of the band well.

    As a whole, it's gorgeous!
  32. Burning Out EP
    by New Ghost
    00:00/00:00
    Sleepwalkers 1 & 2 Sleepwalkers 1 & 2
    Both tracks have an experimental edge to them, although Burning Out ("side 1") itself also touches on "pop". Somehow an infectious sound. I'll be interested to hear their debut full length album whenever it appears.
  33. Live at the London and Cambridge Jazz Festivals EP
    by Alex Hitchcock Quintet
    00:00/00:00
    Wojciech Wojciech
    I couldn't pick a favourite track! It's just all amazing - brilliant playing, the audience loving every moment, gloriously recorded and presented here.

    Please, please, please can we have more!!
  34. FRC-001 - Ludwigshalle, Dieburg, Germany - 9th November 1998
    by Marillion Official
    00:00/00:00
    Mad Mad
    Wonderful live ambience. Great set list. The opening is fantastic, as Marillion concerts always are. "Mad" is beautiful: top performance. "Gazpacho", "Cathedral Wall" and "This Strange Engine" are great, too, with a lovely (funky) interlude in TSE. Can't complain about "King" as the closer, either!
  35. Return From Exile
    by Schantz Segment
    00:00/00:00
    Libyan Desert Mirages Libyan Desert Mirages
    There are bands that play hard funk that moves you. There are bands that play jazz that rips. There are bands that meld a progressive rock wildness from their instruments. And here is Schantz Segment fusing all three. Rooted in jazz with constant influences of funk and prog rock, their sound is entrancing throughout. Brilliant.

    I'd love to see the score for Libyan Desert Mirages, that one's mesmerising...
  36. WERE-JAGUARS IV
    by were-jaguars
    00:00/00:00
    ALL FLESH IS HAY ALL FLESH IS HAY
    There's an elemental dark beauty to Were-Jaguars' music, here back in full-on intensity.

    Far more range of expression here - the contrasting textures used through the tracks are glorious. The Owl Knows The Mind Of God is a prime example, but every track captures it.
    appears in 1 other collection
  37. ritual of kukai
    by were-jaguars
    00:00/00:00
    ritual of kukai (trials of tetsumonkai) ritual of kukai (trials of tetsumonkai)
    More gritty ambient art installation work from Chad and James. Whilst there's less intensity than earlier works, the intricacy - weaving sounds into pictures - continues.
  38. WERE-JAGUARS III
    by were-jaguars
    00:00/00:00
    whomever is found a corpse is superior to the world whomever is found a corpse is superior to the world
    A physical onslaught of sound - clearly structured, well delivered songs, with incredibly dense sound. You just have to be lifted up by it here - there's no feeling it's overwhelming you, more carrying you forward on the flood.

    Moving in Stillness... has to be mentioned.
  39. Sea and Land (remastered)
    by were-jaguars
    00:00/00:00
    Observations Under Protection Observations Under Protection
    Note that this remastered release does not come with the "Superb Emblematic Colored Plates", included in the original RAIG release.
    appears in 1 other collection
  40. Were-Jaguars "Sea and Land"
    by R.A.I.G. Records
    00:00/00:00
    Observations under Protection Observations under Protection
    The opener and closer here are very different to the tracks contained between. Whilst still being dense and heavily textured works, they retain a lot of structure, painting their picture vividly, as with the front and end of the liner notes.

    The remaining tracks - like the remaining pages of the "Superb Emblematic Colored Plates" are dense, solid to the point of near obscurity - without being dissonant in any way. Walls of music engulf you.
  41. Were-Jaguars "II"
    by R.A.I.G. Records
    00:00/00:00
    A Situation of Exposure A Situation of Exposure
    Were-Jaguars draw beauty from the earth. You can feel the ritual being performed.

    All anchored in the lie of reality.
  42. were-jaguars
    by were-jaguars
    00:00/00:00
    black francis black francis
    This is sort of where it begins, I guess. Not the first were-jaguars for me, just great to hear the "no, we don't do 'genres'" approach deeply embedded already. Take "blood moon" - where do you put that, other than in "good music"?

    Actually, just say that about all of it. Mmm...
  43. Tipping Point
    by Jason Smith
    00:00/00:00
    Three Lies Three Lies
    Flowing modern jazz with roots deep in the genre but the capabilities and technique to stretch beyond with with style. This live performance is captivating and it's a shame the trio only has two releases to its name as there's so much promise.
  44. V.O.Z.
    by Majestic
    00:00/00:00
    Becoming (Reprise) Becoming (Reprise)
    This is a double album for a great price. The first disk follows that simple idea of an ocean crossing through a series of atmospheric tracks that recount the feelings of those engaged in travel. Not a new idea (maybe) and the music is well-rooted in rock. It is, however, very well executed with some inspired moments.

    The second disc is distinctly heavier again, with several wonderful moments.
  45. One Life Left
    by Iordache
    00:00/00:00
    Peace Peace
    For a modern jazz album, this really has something special - it's subtle and mellow as well as having skill and complexity. A very chilled listening experience.