Blog Posts - Jazz Rock



Stinking Lizaveta

Power trio from Philadelphia, Pensylvania with mainly powerful instrumental rock on its setlists. Connoisseurs characterize the repertoire also as doom jazz.The band name comes from the novel the Brothers Karamazov by the Russian author Fyodor Dostoj...
by Band Name Explained on Jun 18, 2015

Frank Zappa – Tengo ‘na minchia tanta

Frank Zappa – Tengo ‘na minchia tanta ascolta Frank Zappa – Tengo ‘na minchia tantaArchiviato in:arte e cultura, cultura, musica, spettacoli, video Tagged: classical, electronic, experimental, Frank Zappa, jazz, rock, tengo 'n...
by Iannozzi Giuseppe on Jun 15, 2015

Mindflowers- Improgressive (2002)

This is the debut album from instrumental Hungarian four-piece Mindflowers. They comprise Balás Szendőfi (bass, stick), Zoltán Szentpál (guitar), Gergely Gáspár (drums) and Zsolt Nagy (keys) and seem to be happily straddling the fields of pro...
by SilentCries & Mighty Echoes on May 18, 2015

Blood Sweat and Tears’ Child is Father to the Man remains an early, often-overlooked creative peak

Released today in 1968, Blood Sweat and Tears' debut balances free-form experimentalism within a larger framework of American songcraft.
by Something Else Reviews on Feb 21, 2015

Blood Sweat and Tears’ Child is Father to the Man remains often-overlooked innovative peak

Released today in 1968, Blood Sweat and Tears' debut balances free-form experimentalism within a larger framework of American songcraft.
by Something Else Reviews on Feb 21, 2015

Honeymoon Killers

Experimental rock, that is what these inhabitants of Brussels, who together formed the Honeymoon Killers, loved.Arrogant and funny they were considered, because they did not care about what people thought and with much ease lampooned genres such as r...
by Band Name Explained on Jan 6, 2015

This is the End of End of the Game…

It’s been an exciting two years writing on this blog and I still can’t believe it’s had over a million views! I want to personally thank everyone for taking the time to stop past and read some of the crap I’ve … Continu...
by End of the Game on Nov 20, 2014

This is the End of End of the Game…

It’s been an exciting two years writing on this blog and I still can’t believe it’s had over a million views! I want to personally thank everyone for taking the time to stop past and read some of the crap I’ve … Continu...
by End of the Game on Nov 20, 2014

Soft Machine - It's about you!

English Canterbury brought forth this rock-annex jazz fusion band.The Soft Machine is the title of a book by American writer/poet William S. Burroughs.It turns out that it is the human body that is meant by the phrase 'soft machine' in the book.Activ...
by Band Name Explained on Nov 7, 2014

The Mahavishnu Orchestra - The Inner Mountain Flame (1971)

There are no words to describe this album. At first listening you won't be fooled around, you'll know you're in the presence of one of the greatest albums ever made. A grandiose symbiosis between rock music, neo classical music, psychedelic jazz mu...
by SilentCries & Mighty Echoes on Oct 28, 2014

Aaron Comess – Blues for Use (2014)

He might be best known in rock circles as a founding member of the Spin Doctors, but Aaron Comess has long ran on a parallel course focusing on jazz and blues — collaborating with Brad Meldau, Roy Hargrove and Robert Glasper along the way. 2011...
by Something Else Reviews on May 1, 2014

Hatfield and the North - Lost

With a mix of progressive rock and jazz Hatfield and the North tried to conquer the rest of the world.But the group from Canterbury was granted only an extremely short life, even though from time to time attempts were made to revive the group.The ban...
by Band Name Explained on Feb 4, 2014

‘King Crimson’ in 7 Songs

King Crimson were a progressive rock band from the late 60s spearheaded by the eccentric and musically gifted Robert Fripp on lead guitar. The band went through a few key lineup changes and were constantly pushing the envelope with their … Cont...
by End of the Game on Jan 25, 2014

Area - Arbeit Macht FreI (1973)

One of the most talented and creative bands not only in the 70's italian progressive scene but in the prog rock history as well.Area deliver an excellent jazz rock album in their debut with some KING CRIMSON-like passages (just listen to the intro of...
by SilentCries & Mighty Echoes on Oct 19, 2013

Grateful Dead

Rock band from San Francisco, California, known for its unique, eclectic music incorporating folk, bluegrass, blues, reggae, country, jazz, psychedelia and space rock elements. Best known for its live performances, because these not seldom offered th...
by Band Name Explained on Jul 22, 2013

Exclusive stream: Danny Seraphine’s California Transit Authority, “Sacred Ground” (2013)

Here’s an exclusive sneak peek at the title track from California Transit Authority’s long-awaited sophomore release, led by Chicago co-founder Danny Seraphine and featuring Marc Bonilla and Tower of Power vocalist Larry Braggs, among oth...
by Something Else Reviews on Apr 3, 2013

Dean and Ewbank – Blues Say Goodbye (2012)

The source material here speaks to the essential versatility of these two Georgia-based music industry vets. Blues Say Goodbye includes two blues tracks, a quartet of jazz standards, three smartly reworked rock songs and two originals. Peek in on the...
by Something Else Reviews on Dec 27, 2012

Nick DeRiso’s Top Albums for 2012: Live Albums and Reissues

Live albums and reissues give us a chance to take stock, be that in reevaluating something you once hated and/or missed — or, even more rewardingly, gaining fresh perspective on songs you thought you knew by heart. 2012 offered many such opport...
by Something Else Reviews on Dec 9, 2012

En venta Cds y DVDs de música

En venta Cds y DVDs de musica para ver más entra a Tienda de música online -->...

HBC – Scott Henderson, Jeff Berlin, Dennis Chambers (2012)

An all-star trio of jazz-rock veterans, HBC offers resourceful, focused, and — turn it up! — often ferocious take on the old-school fusion of Weather Report, Billy Cobham and Herbie Hancock. Henderson, Berlin, Chambers opens with guitaris...
by Something Else Reviews on Dec 2, 2012


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