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The plan, this weekend, if all goes well, is to review Sanguine Hum's wonderful collection of older unreleased/limited release material double-disc set, What We Ask Is Where We Begin.  While by no means copying the style of groups like Hatfield and the North, Caravan and National Health, fans of the Canterbury sound of the 1970s will find much to love about Sanguine Hum.

The plan, this weekend, if all goes well, is to review Sanguine Hum's wonderful collection of older unreleased/limited release material double-disc set, What We Ask Is Where We Begin. While by no means copying the style of groups like Hatfield and the North, Caravan and National Health, fans of the Canterbury sound of the 1970s will find much to love about Sanguine Hum.

Six For Six by Kenny Wheeler [New Music, 2013] http://www.amazon.com/Six-For-Kenny-Wheeler/dp/B00EQCRV2I/ref=pd_sim_dmusic_a_15

Six For Six by Kenny Wheeler [New Music, 2013] http://www.amazon.com/Six-For-Kenny-Wheeler/dp/B00EQCRV2I/ref=pd_sim_dmusic_a_15

Bill Frisell - When You Wish Upon A Star on Limited Edition 180g 2LP

Bill Frisell - When You Wish Upon A Star on Limited Edition 180g 2LP

Bill Frisell: When You Wish Upon a Star Bill Frisell, guitar.

Tomorrow, work begins on two things simultaneously: a review of Sanguine Hum's two-disc Esoteric release, What We Ask Is Where We Begin (The Songs for Days Sessions), another superb release from the British Canterbury-informed group that released last year's wonderful concept album, Now We Have Light (review: http://www.allaboutjazz.com/sanguine-hum-now-we-have-light-by-john-kelman.php).  The other project? Liners for Boston-based guitarist Steven Kirby's excellent new album, Illuminations.

Tomorrow, work begins on two things simultaneously: a review of Sanguine Hum's two-disc Esoteric release, What We Ask Is Where We Begin (The Songs for Days Sessions), another superb release from the British Canterbury-informed group that released last year's wonderful concept album, Now We Have Light (review: http://www.allaboutjazz.com/sanguine-hum-now-we-have-light-by-john-kelman.php). The other project? Liners for Boston-based guitarist Steven Kirby's excellent new album, Illuminations.

No End ~ Keith Jarrett, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FCAJZTK/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_f1VFsb12W1N6Y

No End ~ Keith Jarrett, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FCAJZTK/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_f1VFsb12W1N6Y

Ultimate Collectors Edition  Uk (2017) is Available For Free ! Download here at https://freemp3albums.net/genres/rock/ultimate-collectors-edition-uk-2017/ and discover more awesome music albums !

Ultimate Collectors Edition Uk (2017) is Available For Free ! Download here at https://freemp3albums.net/genres/rock/ultimate-collectors-edition-uk-2017/ and discover more awesome music albums !

Currently listening to (again!) Security Project Live 1, a remarkable project that finally places the music of Peter Gabriel where it belongs: as repertoire. With Trey Gunn, Jerry Marotta, Brian Cummins, David Jameson and Michael Cozzi, this is absolutely NOT a tribute band, though it could be argued they certainly are paying homage to one of the most important crossover progressive artists of the past 45 years.  Review to come. Meanwhile: http://music.securityprojectband.com/album/live-1

Currently listening to (again!) Security Project Live 1, a remarkable project that finally places the music of Peter Gabriel where it belongs: as repertoire. With Trey Gunn, Jerry Marotta, Brian Cummins, David Jameson and Michael Cozzi, this is absolutely NOT a tribute band, though it could be argued they certainly are paying homage to one of the most important crossover progressive artists of the past 45 years. Review to come. Meanwhile: http://music.securityprojectband.com/album/live-1

Managed to write a review yesterday of Arvo Pärt's Musica Selecta: A Sequence by Manfred Eicher. For any who don't know this wonderful compose, it's the perfect starting point as, beyond having 18 pieces from 12 albums, plus one previously unreleased track, spread over two discs and 142 minutes, it's been selected and sequenced by Eicher, by my books the most astute producer on the planet when it comes to many things but particularly ordering pieces into a sequence that really tells a story.

Managed to write a review yesterday of Arvo Pärt's Musica Selecta: A Sequence by Manfred Eicher. For any who don't know this wonderful compose, it's the perfect starting point as, beyond having 18 pieces from 12 albums, plus one previously unreleased track, spread over two discs and 142 minutes, it's been selected and sequenced by Eicher, by my books the most astute producer on the planet when it comes to many things but particularly ordering pieces into a sequence that really tells a story.

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