Legendary Gulf Coast guitarist Philip Walker got his first big break back in the early '50s as a member of Zydeco king Clifton Chenier's band. in 1959 he made the move to Los Angeles where he remained since accumalated a sizeable catalog including recordings for Alligator, Black Top, JSP and Hightone Records. on his Delta Groove debut Phillip explores the rich history of Lousiana, Texas and the West coast covering classic material by Lowell FUlson, Ray Charles, Lightnin Hopkns, Lonesome Sundown and many more.
Phillip Boa is a German independent music singer, guitarist and composer. In 1985, he founded the Independent band Phillip Boa & The Voodooclub. With their album Hair and the single Container Love, they experienced a commercial breakthrough and international recognition in 1989. Boa's music is influenced by British punk rock and New Wave, its style swings between pop and avantgarde. A continuous charasteric are the catchy and melodic choruses, interrupted or alienated by atmospheric shifts. Thereby the voice of band member Pia Lund and Boa's own throaty singing contrast diametrically.
Bimstein is one of several composers who have a love for "natural" or environmental sound and have created pieces that transform musical characteristics (pitch, rhythm, etc.) found in that sound to acoustic instruments (composers such as Ellen Band, Scott Johnson, Annea Lockwood, Gene "Blue Gene" Tyranny, Hildegard Westerkamp, and others). There are many methods created around that idea, sometimes varying with specific content.
The third album from Magic Bus rolls on into the distant future by way of the golden streets of the past. If sunny progressive rock is your bag… then jump on the Bus and forget about the fuss! Recorded over 9 days at Vale studios in Worcestershire, the band are spacebound in their silver jetpacks… determined to find Utopia. The album has the Canterbury/West coast vibe the band are known for, but now with the added influence of vintage Prog clearly coming to the fore.