Norman Connors Presents Aquarian Dream Aquarian Dream
Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.
Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. My account. Music Guide. First album of this band who was produced by Norman Connors in a vein of these own albums including jazzy disco tunes such as "Phoenix". Label : buddah. Year : Value : B. Contributor's rating : Excellent record 1 or 2 killer tracks. Visitors ratings : Be the first one to rate this release. See all his additions to the guide See his collection See his wants list See Norman Connors Presents Aquarian Dream Aquarian Dream catalogue.
Propose changes. Hi everyone, just searching out some dead links here Hot damn does this one look god! I'll listen to anything that's influenced by Pharoah Sanders Johnny Cash Now Heres Johnny Cash he is my main man and with cats like Gary Bartz, Herbie Hancock and Stanley Clark, this promises to be quiate a nice listening experience.
Thank you! Any re-up of this album would be much appreciated, thanks! Thank you for the terrific album and also for the Pink Floyd It Would Be So Nice Julia Dream discussion of the artists' activities in the Norman Connors Presents Aquarian Dream Aquarian Dream '70s.
Thanks also to all who have contributed Norman Connors Presents Aquarian Dream Aquarian Dream the discussion. I must have said this before, but fuck it, I'll say it again.
The combination of reconnecting with my old vinyl finally have his complete collection, except for the 12" - how do you do it? I'll go over the sideman albums I've got many of them and production, etc. You never cease to amaze - your generosity on every level and the time you spend sharing is awe inspiring. Thanks again for all your comments on the blog Troods - been slowing down here lately but the comments enourage me to pick up the pace again.
Being embarrassingly late into finding jazz resources on the web other than sounds of the universe and amazon! Norman Connors Presents Aquarian Dream Aquarian Dream am absolutely knocked out by the work you have put in here which reflects such a great love of our music. For writing so much info, for joining up the sessions and the musicians and for the links, Thank you thank you thank you. I was always reticent to comment a year or more after a post and for this I am Sorry.
Oh and did I say thanks? Hi, I am delighted with the recent trend I have seen among some bloggers to post albums in lossless formats and grateful to you for this. I really appreciate your obvious enjoyment of the music and the inter-relationships between the musicians.
I enjoy when members of various groups post-Miles, post-Coltrane, post-Pharoah etc come together in unusual collaborations and in this case it includes my favourite musician Herbie in the middle of Susumu Yokota Sakura favourite of his 'periods' with some of his regulars and some less so.
It feels like when I discovered an album of him playing with Eric Dolphy, the unexpected juxtaposition of Miles and Coltrane sidesmen. Great to have a lossless version of this so I can burn a CD for the car. Just unearthed the vinyl after a long while. Great spiritual jazz - thank Various FAS001 for posting! Your collection here and ERP Vox Automaton information on these posts is mind blowing!
I have learned so much Thank you. Much praise deserved for building this collection of works. Thanks Roy. I'm maintaining in terms of keeping the music available, posting only occasionally now. Post a Comment. Original Cobblestone cover I prefer the Buddha release at top due to Norman's jacket. If links go dead, please let me know so I can re-direct and keep the page current.
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