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Gilles Peterson: The BBC Sessions Vol. 1

Read "The BBC Sessions Vol. 1" reviewed by Rokas Kucinskas


To this day Gilles Peterson transcends more eclecticism than most music broadcasters on air, and perhaps the only genre continuously omitted from his shows is classical music. Peterson owns Brownswood Records, produces Worldwide Awards, and recently launched his radio station Worldwide FM, which was also featured in the latest Grand Theft Auto sequel, i.e. GTA V. ...

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Slow Life

Label: Ether Sounds
Released: 2009
Track listing: Salad Noir; Chasing the Slow Train; Love is Not Enough; Sleep; Stereo; Cloudfire; Mellotromatic; Strange Life, Waking Mind; Who Stopped You.

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Theo Travis: Slow Life

Read "Slow Life" reviewed by John Kelman


Between solo albums like Earth to Ether (33 Jazz, 2004) and Double Talk (33 Jazz, 2007), and working with progressive/fusion bands including Porcupine Tree, Gong, The Tangent, and Soft Machine Legacy, Theo Travis has become one of England's hardest working woodwind multi-instrumentalists. A fine player with a broad vernacular--blending the jazz tradition with a deeper understanding ...

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The BBC Sessions Vol. 1

Label: Ether Sounds
Released: 2005
Track listing: Intro; Telescopic (The Heritage Orchestra); The Audience (The Matthew Herbert Big Band); Who Is It? (Bjork); Dreamy Days (Roots Manuva); Gabrielle (Peven Everett); Kinda New (Spektrum); Romance (Beth Gibbons); Gilles Smiles (Nitin Sawhney); 3am (Plantlife); Braid Your Hair (Jazmine Sullivan); This Room (Fat Freddy's Drop); Improvised Jam (N*E*R*D); Meltin'Pot (The Roots); Unbelievable (Heavy); I'm Doin Fine (Amp Fiddler); This World (Zero 7); Sometimes (Bilal); Grace Under Pressure (Jade Fox); Red Clay (Dwele); Don't Say It (New Sector Movements); Sow Into You (Roisin Murphy); Seedpod (Homelife); The Seed (Cody ChesnuTT); The Corner (Common); Frontin' (Jamie Cullum); Knives and Forks (Kieran Hebden a.k.a. Four Tet and Steve Reid).


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