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Michael Shrieve


Over the course of his eminent career, Michael Shrieve has written, produced and played on albums that have sold millions of copies worldwide. As the original drummer for Santana, Michael at age nineteen was the youngest performer at Woodstock. He helped create the first eight albums of this seminal group, and was on the forefront of shaping a new musical era. Michael is respected world-wide for his adventurous experimentation with the most creative and masterful musicians. No other drummer has collaborated with such longevity and sophistication alongside artists in such diverse genres as rock, jazz, electronic, DJ and world music


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'90s Music Revisited With Michael Shrieve, Lost Tribe And Adam Holzman

Read "'90s Music Revisited With Michael Shrieve, Lost Tribe And Adam Holzman" reviewed by Len Davis

We go back to the '90s and early 2000s with drummer Michael Shrieve, Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane, Lost Tribe, Adam Holzman, Vital Information and guitarist Greg Howe. Plus bassist Michael Manring, Tunnels and Tribal Tech Playlist Michael Shrieve “Baraji" from Two Doors (CMP) 00:00 Jonas Hellborg-Shawn Lane “Heretics" from Time Is The Enemy (Bardo) ...


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Michael Shrieve: Palace Of Dreams

Read "Michael Shrieve: Palace Of Dreams" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

From the dual-project, double album Two Doors (CMP, 1995) that features drummer Michael Shrieve manning the drum kit in two different trios, it's arguably the Deep Umbra disc with bassist Jonas Hellborg and guitarist Shawn Lane that is the brighter half of that binary star. Shrieve may indeed get top billing here but like so many ...


Seasons: The Island Albums (1972-1976)

Label: Cherry Red Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Poker Dice; Keep In Lane; Xingu; One Way; Scoop; Ana Orori; What A Way To Live In Modern Times; My Little Partner; Mandala; Memory Of Hiroshima; Mountain Pass; Freedom Is Frightening; Rolling Nuns; Pine On The Horizon; Wind Words; OneByOne/HeyMan/OneByOne (Reprise); Black Flame; Tangerine Beach; Superstar / Loxcycle; Nurburgring; Seasons; Accident; At Tangerine Beach; Dunes; 33 1/3; Rainsong; The Monks Song; Shadows; Ishi; Solitude; Nature; Air Over; Crossing the Line; Man of Leo; Stellar; Space; Space Requiem; Space Song; Carnival; Ghost Machine; Surf Spin; Time is Here; Winner / Loser; Space Song; Carnival; Wind Spin; Ghost Machine; Surf Spin; Time is Here; Winner / Loser; Solitude; Nature; Air Voice; Crossing the Line; Man of Leo; Stellar; Space Requiem


Article: Album Review

Elvin Jones: Revival: Live At Pookie’s Pub

Read "Revival: Live At Pookie’s Pub" reviewed by Chris May

A welcome addition to Elvin Jones' catalogue, the previously unissued 2 x CD / 4 x LP Revival: Live At Pookie's Pub was recorded in New York in July 1967. The gig was just two weeks after the passing of John Coltrane, with whom Jones had played from 1960 to 1966. Jones' quartet includes the gritty ...

Article: Album Review

Stomu Yamash'ta: Seasons: The Island Albums (1972-1976)

Read "Seasons: The Island Albums (1972-1976)" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini

Stomu Yamash'ta è un celebre percussionista giapponese, nato a Kyoto, in Giappone nel 1947. Figlio del direttore della Filarmonica di Kyoto, ha studiato musica all'Università di Kyoto e al Berklee College of Music. Ancora giovanissimo venne notato dal grande direttore d'orchestra Seiji Ozawa e si mise in evidenza come performer di assoluto valore in contesti legati ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Night at the Jazz Circus! - Part 1

Read "A Night at the Jazz Circus! - Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Circus is like Jazz. They both require a great deal of originality and a capacity to improvise and be in the moment. They come out of a sense of urgency and self-expression since artists do not embrace them to get rich. And they both demand incredible dedication and discipline. This week we explore the ...


Article: Extended Analysis

Woodstock—Back to the Garden: 50th Anniversary Experience

Read "Woodstock—Back to the Garden: 50th Anniversary Experience" reviewed by John Kelman

First things first. For all but the most committed of fans, knowledge of what transpired, how it transpired and when it transpired at the now-legendary 1969 Woodstock Music & Arts Fair has, despite a variety of initial, 25th and 40th Anniversary audio and video releases, been severely limited. As engaging, entertaining and well-constructed as these various ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Wayne Horvitz: A Musical Portrait

Read "Wayne Horvitz: A Musical Portrait" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

This week we focus on the music of Wayne Horvitz with special attention for his latest two releases, The Snowghost Sessions and Those Who Remain. It's hard to condense in two hours the long career and many facets of a composer and pianist of great versatility, but we will do our best to present highlights from ...


Article: Album Review

Nicola Conte: Let Your Light Shine On

Read "Let Your Light Shine On" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

One of the best parts of Let Your Light Shine On is how it plucks out musical threads from throughout the galaxy (more on that later) and knits them together into truly groovy, soulful cloth. But music is only one of many real good things this set has going on. Light is the first ...


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