Posts Tagged: 1980s

Harold Budd – Luxa

  masterpiece. “Titles are very important to me. From them come the music ideas. A good piece can be ruined by an awful title. I think of Luxa more as a decorative thing. An art term. From there, the music insinuated itself.”

Harold Budd – Luxa

  masterpiece. “Titles are very important to me. From them come the music ideas. A good piece can be ruined by an awful title. I think of Luxa more as a decorative thing. An art term. From there, the music insinuated itself.”

Miles Davis – Tutu

Released in 1986 for Warner Bros Records, Tutu is originally planned as a collaboration with pop singer/songwriter Prince, but Davis ultimately worked with bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller. Miller wrote and arranged most of the songs. The music is heavily inspired by

Miles Davis – Tutu

Released in 1986 for Warner Bros Records, Tutu is originally planned as a collaboration with pop singer/songwriter Prince, but Davis ultimately worked with bassist/multi-instrumentalist Marcus Miller. Miller wrote and arranged most of the songs. The music is heavily inspired by