This screen adaptation of the Maurice Maeterlinck’s tale was the first Soviet-American co-production. The Blue Bird is an embodiment of happiness, both immediate and distant, that every person is sure to find if he recognizes it. The children of a woodcutter, Tiltil and Mitil, found themselves, while sleeping, in an amazing country, shown to them by Fairy Light. All domestic animals and foodstuffs come alive there and turn into real people. They helped the children fulfil the Fairy’s request – find the Blue Bird, although the bird proved to look different from what the brother and sister had seen in their dreams.
After several successful Buddha-Bar compilations, the world-famous fusion brand returns with a special release, A Night @ Buddha-Bar Hotel, that will make you travel throughout the fancy world of Buddha-Bar.
This first Buddha-Bar CD Box set is a blend of pure Chill Out & World music, including 90% of unreleased tracks. Discover a special gift inside this unique CD box set, a USB key (including goodies & 12 “best of “Ravin tracks), that will open the door to the dreamy and lush atmosphere of Buddha-Bar, 12 cds for 12 hours of magic and escape especially designed for the Buddha-Bar lovers worldwide + a 20 pages booklet presenting the legendary Buddha Bar universe.
More than another compilation, this is an exclusive musical invitation to experience the Buddha-Bar lifestyle, with a unique concept for Buddha Bar lovers. This CD Box Set is a numbered edition limited to 15 000 copies worldwide.
Of the many jazz pianists who came of age in the 1960s, the brilliant Andrew Hill was not only one of the best, but among the most underrated. Perhaps this is due to Hill's subtle, minimalist, Thelonious Monk-derived style, which was alternately too conservative to attract attention from the out movement, yet too unusual for the average straight-ahead jazz fan. CHANGE is a session from 1966, previously available only as part of a long-out-of-print Sam Rivers Blue Note set issued in the '70s.
One of a number of Art Blakey albums titled after "Night In Tunisia" – and most likely the best! The tune is a perfect fit for the Blakey Jazz Messengers format – long, rhythmic, really stretching out, yet allowing plenty of space for the horn players to solo. Players include Bobby Timmons on piano, Lee Morgan on trumpet, and Wayne Shorter on tenor – a killer lineup that's in really classic form here – driven on nicely by Blakey's drums and bass work by Jymie Merritt. Titles include "Night In Tunisia", with Blakey thundering through impeccably – plus the tracks "Yama", "Kozo's Waltz", and a version of Timmons' great "So Tired".