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We get deep, we get deep, we get deeper. It's warm, inviting, a little trippy, very human and owes more to jazz and soul than the funk and disco of original Chicago house. The 90s witnessed a thriving deep house scene from Chi-town to Detroit, New York to London and Paris and, in a time when the album wasn't dead, produced some stellar LPs. Check out the 20 best pre-00s deep house albums below. Where else could we possibly start? Larry Heard is the godfather of deep house. The man from Chicago invented the genre as soon he laid down that first gorgeous Jupiter 8 chord over a boisterous. First Floor' really is where you should get on if you want to introduce yourself to Theo Parrish. Essential listening: 'Sky Walking'.
Deep River (PDX) is a music project by Portland, Oregon t Bob Azevedo, whose other work includes I am the Equator and XUOSOUX. View full artist profile.
Leonard Cohen's 14th studio album feels like a pristine, piously crafted last testament, the informed conclusion of a lifetime of inquiry. But even as he demurs, it’s hard not to play his 14th studio album, You Want It Darker, and hear a pristine, piously crafted last testament-a courtly act of finality that extends to the title. Notice it’s not a question; it’s a prescription. Cohen has always kicked up his heels in the ambiguities of love and prayers to the carnal, getting off on enlightenment. It’s delivered with a wink, and no more dramatically brooding than his past work, but it is inescapably morbid; every track is vivid yet still enigmatic as it conjures loss and lamentation of some variety. Trending Now. The One Song Holly Herndon Wishes She Wrote.
Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by the English hard rock band Deep Purple, released in 1973. It was Deep Purple's last album with singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover until Perfect Strangers came out in 1984. Musically, the record showed a move to a more blues based sound, even featuring scat singing.
It’s sort of a rant more than a poem, but it was basically in response to what one hoped were the bad old years of the . administration when our lives were ruled by Dick Cheney – the Dark Prince – and Karl Rove and Paul Wolfowitz and Donald Rumsfeld. Roger Waters in an interview with People. On this album of the same title, Waters speaks about the current events in the world that anger him, like drone attacks and the refugee crisis.
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