Various - Exploring The Frontiers Of Rock, Jazz And World Music download mp3 album
Frontiers Rock Festival.
Explore releases from the Frontiers Records label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Frontiers Records releases. Italian melodic rock label founded in 1996 by Serafino Perugino. usually simply "Frontiers" when indicated as distribution label.
Frontiers Rock Festival. THE END machine - "Alive Today" (Official Music Video) Frontiers Music srl. Record label.
Its 1983 follow-up album, Frontiers, was almost as successful in the United States, reaching No. 2 and spawning several successful singles; it broadened the band's appeal in the United Kingdom, where it reached No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart. Journey enjoyed a successful reunion in the mid-1990s and later regrouped with a series of lead singers. The band quickly abandoned the "backup group" concept and developed a distinctive jazz fusion style. The band's first public appearance came at the Winterland Ballroom on New Year’s Eve, 1973. Journey released their eponymous debut album in 1975, and rhythm guitarist Tickner left the band before they cut their second album, Look into the Future (1976).
Spread Eagle burst upon the hard rock scene of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s playing a brand of rock that hailed straight from the mean streets of New York City.
In a sense, the jazz supergroup heard on the album - saxist Joshua Redman, cornetist Ron Miles, bassist Scott Colley and drummer Brian Blade - is paying tribute to a tribute: Old and New Dreams, a quartet of Coleman associates, including Redman’s father Dewey, that performed music written and inspired by their trailblazing maestro in the Seventies and Eighties. Is Starebaby even a jazz album? In some key ways, no. Overall it’s more a work of composition than improvisation, the latest genre-blurring album-length suite from Dan Weiss, a drummer-composer of nimble technique and formidable imagination. made waves this year with the Impulse debut by his band Sons of Kemet) float through various ensembles. Think of We Out Here as a communal self-portrait in the form of an expertly assembled mixtape.
08 – Ab-Soul, Anderson. Album: In the End. Genre: Pop rock.
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|1||–Mick Karn||Bestial Cluster
Drums, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Congas – Steve JansenExecutive-Producer, Producer [Assisted By] – Kurt RenkerGuitar [Guitars], Guitar [Slide Guitar], Mandolin, Banjo, Harmonica, Keyboards, Voice, Producer [Produced By] – David TornKeyboards [Keyboard Solo] – Joachim KühnKeyboards, Programmed By [Programming] – Richard BarbieriProducer [Assisted By], Recorded By – Walter QuintusVocals, Bass Guitar, Bass Clarinet, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Keyboards, Producer [Produced By] – Mick KarnWritten-By – Karn*
Drums – Ginger BakerGuitar – Gary MooreProducer [Produced By] – Kurt Renker, Walter QuintusRecorded By – Cedric Beatty, David ColvinVocals – Pete Brown Vocals, Bass, Producer [Produced By] – Jack BruceWritten-By – Bruce*, Brown*
Bass – Jonas HellborgDrums, Producer [Produced By] – Michael ShrieveGuitar, Voice – Shawn LaneMixed By – Walter QuintusProducer [Produced By] – Kurt RenkerRecorded By – Cedric BeattyWritten-By – Hellborg*, Shrieve*, Lane*
|4||–Andy Summers||Low Flying Doves
Bass – Jerry Watts*Drums – Ginger BakerGuitar, Piano, Producer [Produced By], Mixed By – Andy SummersKeyboards – Mitchell Forman*Producer [Produced By], Mixed By – David HentschelWritten-By – Summers*
|5||–David Torn||What Was Once...
Executive-Producer – Kurt RenkerInstruments [All], Producer [Produced By], Recorded By, Mixed By – David TornWritten-By – Torn*
|6||–Jack Bruce||Ships In The Night
Acoustic Guitar [Guitars] – Peter WeiheDrums – Stuart Elliot*Guitar – Eric ClaptonProducer [Assistant] – Kurt RenkerProducer [Assistant], Recorded By – Walter QuintusVocals – Maggie ReillyVocals, Cello, Piano, Keyboards, Bass, Producer [Produced By] – Jack BruceWritten-By – Bruce*, Brown*
Organ [Hammond B3 Organ] – Bernie WorrellProducer [Assistant] – Kurt RenkerProducer [Assistant], Recorded By – Walter QuintusVoice, Piano, Producer [Produced By] – Jack BruceWritten-By – Bruce*, Brown*
|8||–Torn* / Karn* / Bozzio*||Red Sleep
Bass [Fretless Bass], Bass Clarinet, Suona [Dida], Voice [Greek Voice] – Mick KarnDrums, Percussion, Bodhrán, Goblet Drum [Dumbek], Piano [12 Notes On The Piano] – Terry BozzioExecutive-Producer – Kurt RenkerGuitar [Guitars], Loops, Other [Processing], Organ [Hammond B-3] – David TornRecorded By, Mixed By – Bruce CalderWritten-By, Producer [Produced By] – Torn*, Karn*, Bozzio*
|9||–Mick Karn||Little - Less Hope
Backing Vocals – Christina Lux, Sabine Van BaarenBalalaika, Dilruba, Shawm, Flute, Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Guitar [Guitars], Sampler [Samples], Keyboards – Jakko Jakszyz*Bass Guitar [Guitars], Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Bass Clarinet, Suona [Dida], Handclaps, Producer [Produced By], Recorded By, Mixed By – Mick KarnDrums, Percussion, Programmed By [Computer] – Gavin HarrisonExecutive-Producer – Kurt RenkerGuitar [All Electric And Acoustic Solo Guitars], Guitar [Slide Guitar], Loops, Performer [Oudar], Baglama [Saz] – David TornRecorded By, Mixed By – Bruce CalderSoprano Saxophone – Gary BarnacleWritten-By – Karn*
|10||–Trilok Gurtu||Once I Wished A Tree Upside Down...
Congas, Repinique, Voice, Drum [Talking Drum], Caxixi, Percussion – Nana Vasconcelos*Drums, Tabla, Voice, Congas, Tabla [Tarang], Other [Dohl], Percussion – Trilok GurtuProducer [Assistant] – Trilok GurtuProducer [Produced By] – Kurt RenkerProducer [Produced By], Recorded By – Walter QuintusTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Jan GarbarekWritten-By – Garbarek*
|11||–Michael Shrieve||Living With The Law
Drums – Michael ShrieveEngineer [Assistant] – Steve CulpGuitar – Bill FrisellMixed By – Walter QuintusOrgan – Wayne HorvitzProducer [Produced By] – Kurt RenkerRecorded By – Don GilmoreWritten-By – Whitley*
|12||–Trilok Gurtu||The Other Tune
Drums, Tabla, Voice, Other [Dohl], Kanjira, Percussion, Producer [Produced By] – Trilok GurtuExecutive-Producer – Kurt RenkerKeyboards, Piano, Producer [Produced By] – Joe ZawinulRecorded By – Walter QuintusWritten-By – Zawinul*
|13||–Andy Summers||Triangles (Bonus Track)
Bass – Jerry Watts*Drums – Ginger BakerGuitar [Guitars], Piano, Producer [Produced By], Mixed By – Andy SummersKeyboards – Mitchell Forman*Producer [Produced By], Mixed By – David HentschelWritten-By – Summers*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CMP Records
- Copyright (c) – CMP Records
- Recorded At – Ztudio Zerkall
- Mixed At – Ztudio Zerkall
- Recorded At – E-Werk, Köln
- Recorded At – Chilean Sea-Bass Studios
- Recorded At – Kingsound Studios
- Recorded At – The Loop Pool, Bearsville, NY
- Mixed At – The Loop Pool, Bearsville, NY
- Recorded At – White Crow Audio
- Mixed At – White Crow Audio
- Recorded At – Basement Studios
- Recorded At – Silesia Studios
- Recorded At – Robert Lang Studios
- Distributed By – EFA – 03115-2
- Manufactured By – Sonopress – M-6143
- Design – Stylorouge
- Photography By – Rob O'Connor
Notes℗ 1996 CMP Records
© 1996 CMP Records
Compilation CD Album which includes Artists who have released music through the German Label, CMP Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS M-6143/ CMPCD5005 A
- Label Code: LC 6055
- Rights Society: GEMA
- SPARS Code: DDD-ADD
- Barcode: 0 44351 50052 9
|CMP CD 5005||Various||CMP Exploring The Frontiers Of Rock, Jazz And World Music (CD, Comp, Promo)||CMP Records||CMP CD 5005||Germany||1995|
|TDFFU 003P||Various||Frontiers (Exploring The Realms Of Rock, Jazz And World Music) (CD, Comp)||Times Music||TDFFU 003P||India||1999|