First released in 1966, Midnight Man has a slightly more rhythm'n'blues focus than his other Decca albums - as Mr. Graham plays homage to some of his musical heroes. Beautiful playing as always, and a repertoire drawn from the songs of Lalo Schifrin, Herbie Hancock, Lonnie John, Oscar Brown Jr., Blind Willie Johnson and Lennon / McCartney. For this carefully remastered edition Fledg'ling have restored all the elements of the original artwork and added several previously unpublished photographs.
Belgian composer, pianist and keyboardist, brother of well-known singer Kris De Bruyne.Koen De Bruyne had his own, unfortunately short, stint in the field of Jazz, Fusion and Funk with a line-up he gathered around mid-70's and featured Placebo's Richard Rousselet on trumpet, Yvan De Souter on bass and Jean Pierre Onraedt on drums…
As the result of a head injury, brilliant computer scientist Harry Benson begins to experience violent seizures. In an attempt to control the seizures, Benson undergoes a new surgical procedure in which a microcomputer is inserted into his brain. The procedure is not entirely successful.
One of the all time great Jazz Audiophile recordings of all time (…) Award Winner, Best Engineering Award, Jazz Disc Award of Swing Journal, 1974.
Excellent addition to any prog-rock music collection.
Gryphon's second album is a transitional album in sound, connecting the more progressive tendencies that were going to be expanded on in the next album yet still holding onto the pure straight-forward folk influences of their debut. This is an amazing album even if for the title track alone.
Takes place in a wealthy household and unveils the erotic rivalry between an aristocratic but sterile wife (Ingrid Thulin) and her feisty and prolific maid-servant (Anita Ekstroem) as they compete over the affections of the husband (Ernst-Hugo Jaeregaard). Set in 1909, it also explores the frustrations the servant experiences in her attempts to get her real boyfriend to abandon his socialist principles and marry her.