A formidable and ultra-funky presence behind the kit, from Santana to Brecker Brothers, from George Clinton to John Scofield Dennis Chambers is everyone s choice for all-world drummer. On "PLANET EARTH" his third outing as a leader, he s supported by producer Jim Beard. The remarkably versatile drummer says This is the best one yet!
Among others this album features Kenny Garrett, Adam Rogers, Will Lee, Dean Brown, Anthony Jackson, Bob Malach, the Borneo Horns and Jim Beard.
Sun Kil Moon (aka Mark Kozelek) has very quietly announced his sophomore collaboration album with Shoegaze pioneer Jesu. It will follow their first full-length collaboration "Jesu / Sun Kil Moon", which was released in 2016. This is a very productive period for the band as they will release this new collaboration album two months after their eighth full length album "Common As Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood" which will be released this February. An anti-Michael Jackson song called "He's Bad" was released as the album's first single. "Needles Disney" was the second single released. "The Greatest Coversation Ever In The History Of The Universe” is the third single and it was included as apart of the 30 Days 30 Songs project promoting artists for a Trump Free America. This collaboration album was recorded both in the UK and in the US through November 2017. The album will be released on May 5th via Caldo Verde Records.
2015 release, the third album from the prog/rock band. Yuka & Chronoship was formed in 2009 by Yuka Funakoshi (one of the most distinguished female prog-rock artists in the world) and three experienced session musicians (Shun Taguchi, Takashi Miyazawa, and Ikko Tanaka). The band have released two albums in 31 countries. The setting of the band's third album is the Earth or the third planet from the Sun. The Third Planetary Chronicles is a grandiose concept album themed with scientific/technological revolutions in the human history: stone-age, Copernican theory, industrial revolution, and theory of relativity.
Emmy Award-winning, 11 episodes, 5 years in the making, the most expensive nature documentary series ever commissioned by the BBC, and the first to be filmed in high definition.