Author Eugene O'Neill gives an autobiographical account of his explosive homelife, fused by a drug-addicted mother, a father who wallows in drink after realizing he is no longer a famous actor and an older brother who is emotionally unstable and a misfit. The family is reflected by the youngest son, who is a sensitive and aspiring writer.
Understated stalwarts Novembers Doom return for a seventh lesson in classy execution of doom/death metal, and by the sounds of things are still feeling empowered.
With an awesome production showcasing their powerful song-writing, Paul Kuhr is again pushed high in the mix to showcase his usually thought-provoking lyrics, strong vocal range and versatility.
They’ve never quite reached the heights of some of their contemporaries, but their style is certainly nothing to sniff at, and their latest release is another example of the quality in their ranks, and will only cement their status as one of the leading lights in their field.
39 sleazy late night tunes with Milk & Sugar, Dub Pistols, Moloko, Deepest Blue, Elbow, Fatboy Slim & more
Though Heavy Heart was supposedly the "mellow, sensual" album Carla Bley had in mind, Night-Glo is more like it – a relaxed, easygoing, easy-listening series of compositions that nearly spills over into fuzak. Writing for a basic sextet with an added five-man horn section, most effectively when one color melts gently into another, Bley permits the lazy pina-colada mood to amble undisturbed from track to track.
These recordings which were assembled to keep alive the memory of unique moments and meetings, are those prime compositions that were written in a state of excitement, with the passion and innocence of first look. Eleni Karaindrou / From the liner notes: Music lovers of Eleni Karaindrou have every reason to rejoice. More than 3 hours of music, written for 22 plays, directed by Antonis Antypas (1986-2010) moved to a historical version - documentary on the Mikri Arktos, a 3 CD to accompany an elegant book, enriched with photographs of performances, reviews and information on the recordings. The cooperation of Eleni Karaindrou director and partner Anthony Antipa began in 1986 when he suggested she composed music for "Victory" by Loula Anagnostakis.