Posts Tagged: Trance

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Bora Rokovic – Ultra Native

Another gem of Yugoslavian avant-garde jazz scene. Eccentric, periodically insane, yet never loosing the groove too much. Themes are serious and emotionally intelligent. Bora plays incredible when on Rhodes piano. His soft touch is exactly what the instrument needs to unleash an absolute magic. Very

/ Jazz

Bora Rokovic – Ultra Native

Another gem of Yugoslavian avant-garde jazz scene. Eccentric, periodically insane, yet never loosing the groove too much. Themes are serious and emotionally intelligent. Bora plays incredible when on Rhodes piano. His soft touch is exactly what the instrument needs to unleash an absolute magic. Very

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Tone Jansa Quartet – GOA

Psychedelic Balkan free jazz could be the best definition of this amazing album, released in 1983 for Jugoton record label. Somehow, maybe it’s my subjective origin based opinion, but the traditional sound of Balkan is in a perfect emotional synergy

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Tone Jansa Quartet – GOA

Psychedelic Balkan free jazz could be the best definition of this amazing album, released in 1983 for Jugoton record label. Somehow, maybe it’s my subjective origin based opinion, but the traditional sound of Balkan is in a perfect emotional synergy

Funkadelic – Funkadelic

This psychedelic soul-roll of funk-rock, let’s call it like that, is one of those albums which makes you regret for not living the “Turn on, tune in and drop out” era and consuming Funkadelic’s self-titled 1970 debut. The album was released for Westbound

Funkadelic – Funkadelic

This psychedelic soul-roll of funk-rock, let’s call it like that, is one of those albums which makes you regret for not living the “Turn on, tune in and drop out” era and consuming Funkadelic’s self-titled 1970 debut. The album was released for Westbound

/ Funk

Black Merda – The Psych Funk Of Black Merda

Rough and dirty. Some call it heavy funk, I call it postcard funk. Dig it. Black Merda is an American rock band from Detroit, Michigan, active from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s and reuniting in 2005. They are considered to be

/ Funk

Black Merda – The Psych Funk Of Black Merda

Rough and dirty. Some call it heavy funk, I call it postcard funk. Dig it. Black Merda is an American rock band from Detroit, Michigan, active from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s and reuniting in 2005. They are considered to be