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The Beauty of Not Knowing

Label: Indie Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Don't Look Down; The Beauty of Not Knowing; Point of Contact; Moss and Mudd; Prayer to the Morning Light; The Art of Rising and Falling; Thoughts from the Heart; Going Home; A Rose at Dawn; Off Kilter.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ian Michael Brown: The Beauty of Not Knowing

Read "The Beauty of Not Knowing" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Ian Michael Brown seems like a fellow who enjoys a little mystery--not the kind that is dark or forbidding, but the kind that makes travel and exploration so much fun. That feel is only further reinforced by a lush jazz-fusion sound which takes a few tonal cues from Brad Mehldau and the Pat Metheny Group. He ...

Live Blackjazz

Label: Indie Recordings
Released: 2011
Track listing: CD: Fisheye; The Madness and the Damage Done; In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster; The Red Room; Goretex Weather Report; Winterreise; Exit Sun; Healter Skelter; 21st Century Schizoid Man. DVD: The Madness and the Damage Done; Fisheye; In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster; The Red Room; Omen; Goretex Weather Report; Winterreise (Online video part 2); Exit Sun; Healter Skelter; 21st Century Schizoid Man.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Shining: Live Blackjazz

Read "Live Blackjazz" reviewed by John Kelman

With Blackjazz (Indie Recordings, 2009), the transformation of Norway's Shining from metal-tinged jazz fusion into something, well, other was complete. An ear-shattering combination of death metal/grindcore growls, crunching guitars, John Bonham-style drums reinvented for the new millennium, outrageous virtuosity and progressive rock complexities, this brainchild of guitarist/saxophonist/vocalist Jørgen Munkeby--here, as with everyone in the group, referred ...

Blackjazz

Label: Indie Recordings
Released: 2010
Track listing: The Madness and the Damage Done; Fisheye; Exit Sun; Exit Sun; HEALTER SKELTER; The Madness and the Damage Done; Blackjazz Deathtrance; Omen; 21st Century Schizoid Man.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Shining: Blackjazz

Read "Blackjazz" reviewed by John Kelman

Few groups have been as inherently frightening from the get-go as art rock progenitor King Crimson, in particular tracks like “Cirkus," from Lizard (DGM Live, 1970), “The Devil's Triangle," from In the Wake of Poseidon (DGM Live, 1970) and, perhaps most iconically, “21st Century Schizoid Man," the opening track to the group's opening salvo, In the ...

LEGACY

Label: Indie Recordings
Released: 2009


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