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5 thoughts on “ Let It Go - Orca Team - Restraint (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Jo Harman’s star has been in the ascendency for some time now, with the release of her debut album it should soar in to the stratosphere. This is an album of unparalleled quality, beauty and power and I have heard nothing to better it this year. Jo Harman has a truly spellbinding voice that captures your attention and does not let it go/5(24).
  2. Ian Bostridge--the most literate tenor on God's earth--was born to sing this repertory, observing subtleties of text and niceties of diction without compromise to the beauty of fine-spun legato lines. David Daniels, an accomplished actor, sings the boy in Abraham and Isaac with exactly the right mix of pathos and restraint/5(10).
  3. Development and description. Björk: Archives covers the artist's seven studio albums—beginning with Debut () and followed by Post (), Homogenic (), Vespertine (), Medúlla (), Volta (), and Biophilia ()—and "the personas surrounding each through poetry, academic analysis, philosophical texts, and stunning visuals". The book was announced in November and.
  4. A landmark first album from drummer Norman Connors – a spiritual jazz masterpiece that builds wonderfully on the post-Coltrane tradition! Norman is years away from his smoother soul recordings at this point, and coming out of a righteous jazz background that included work with Marion Brown and Archie Shepp. For this initial set, Norman 's in incredible company – working with players that.
  5. Orca Team @ The Smell. While Seattle-bred, Orca Team shouldn't have any problem winning over fans in SoCal. After all, overriding all Orca Team touches is a surf rock bent. But this trio isn't a band of beach party revivalists. The tone is more rusty garage than sandy vista, as Orca Team is punk rock stripped of almost all outerwear.

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