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Nine Horses

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Money For All

Label: SamadhiSound
Released: 2007
Track listing: Money For All; Get The Hell Out; The Banality Of Evil (Burnt Friedman Remix); Wonderful World (Burnt Friedman Remix); Birds Sing For Their Lives; Serotonin (Burnt Friedman Remix); Money For All (Version); Get The Hell Out (Burnt Friedman Remix).

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Nine Horses: Money For All

Read "Money For All" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


With each consecutive project, David Sylvian always manages to amaze. Money for All is a remarkably cohesive collection of unreleased tracks, remixes and alternate takes, and even as a collection, it presents a challenging expedition into electronic music. The featured material is fully invested with ideas and it shows how fruitful and strong the partnership between ...

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Nine Horses: Snow Borne Sorrow

Read "Snow Borne Sorrow" reviewed by John Kelman


British singer/songwriter David Sylvian isn't a jazzer by any stretch of the imagination, but from the earliest days of his post-Japan solo career he's enlisted a variety of jazz players--from trumpeters Kenny Wheeler and Mark Isham to pianist John Taylor, bassist Chris Minh Doky, and guitarists Marc Ribot, Bill Frisell, David Torn, and Derek Bailey. He's ...

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Nine Horses: Snow Borne Sorrow

Read "Snow Borne Sorrow" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski



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