Yat-Kha – When The Levee Breaks (Led Zeppelin Cover)
Yat-Kha was founded in Moscow in 1991, as a collaborative project between Kuvezin and Russian avant-garde, electronic composer Ivan Sokolovsky. The project blended traditional Tuvan folk music with post-modern rhythms and electronic effects. Kuvezin and Sokolovsky toured and played festivals, and eventually took the name “Yat-Kha,” which refers to a type of small, Central Asian zither similar to the Mongolian yatga and the Chinese guzheng, which Kuvezin plays in addition to the guitar. In 1993, they released a self-titled album on the General Records label.
Chelsea Wolfe is an American singer-songwriter from Sacramento, California, currently based in Los Angeles. She is known for her “specific brand of drone-metal-art-folk”, characterized by experimental guitar playing, hazy vocals, and surreal soundscapes.
Annie Erin Clark (born September 28, 1982), better known by her stage name St. Vincent, is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Her stage name is a reference to Saint Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center where the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas died in 1953. “It’s the place where poetry comes to die,” she has said. “That’s me.” The name is also a reference to her great-grandmother, whose middle name was St. VincentHer stage name is a reference to Saint Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center where the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas died in 1953. “It’s the place where poetry comes to die,” she has said. “That’s me.” The name is also a reference to her great-grandmother, whose middle name was St. Vincent.
00:00 – I See Seaweed
08:34 – How To See Through Fog
12:46 – They’ll Kill You
18:52 – A Moat You Can Stand In
23:15 – Nine Eyes
30:28 – The Grey Leader
36:43 – Laika
43:03 – Why Write A Letter That You’ll Never Send?
Nick Cave – Let Love In
Let Love In is the eighth studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released on 18 April 1994 on Mute Records.
1. Do you love me – 00:00
2. Nobody’s baby now – 05:57
3. Loverman – 09:49
4. Jangling Jack – 16:11
5. Red right hand – 18:59
6. I let love in – 25:08
7. Thirsty dog – 29:24
8. Ain’t gonna rain anymore – 33:11
9 . Lay me low – 36:57
10. Do you love me (part 2) – 42:08
Red is a 1974 album by progressive rock group King Crimson. It was their last studio recording of the 1970s and the last before the lead member Robert Fripp temporarily disbanded the group.
Red proved to be one of the strongest and most consistent King Crimson albums to date. It has been described as “an impressive achievement” for a group about to disband, with “intensely dynamic” musical chemistry between the band members. Opening with the harsh, tritone-based instrumental that gave the album its name, the album also featured two relatively short and punchy Wetton-led songs, and a last look back at the period with David Cross via the live improvisation “Providence”, which was recorded on the preceding tour. The album finale was the majestic twelve-minute “Starless”, which acted, in effect, as a potted musical history of the band, travelling from Mellotron-driven ballad grandeur via intense improvisation to savagely structured metallic attack and back again.
In 2001 Q magazine named Red as one of the “50 Heaviest Albums of All Time”, and Kurt Cobain has cited the album as a major influence
Dr Phibes and the House of Wax Equations were a psychedelic rock band based in the north west of England in the early to mid 1990s.
Howard King Jr, Phibes’ guitarist and vocalist, is currently in prison for the murder of his mother.
Cream – Disraeli Gears (Full Album)
Disraeli Gears is the second album by British supergroup Cream. It was released in November 1967.
The cover art was created by Australian artist Martin Sharp who lived in the same building as Clapton, The Pheasantry in Chelsea. Sharp would go on to create the artwork to Cream’s next album Wheels of Fire and co-wrote the songs “Tales of Brave Ulysses” and the Savage Seven Theme “Anyone for Tennis” with Eric Clapton. The photography for the album was taken by Bob Whitaker who is known for the photography for several works by The Beatles including the controversial Yesterday and Today.