Electronic Dope Records' first release is the debut album of Psyknights, "A Faint Light from the Depth". Psyknights is a freestyle downbeat project formed by Lorenz Nenntwich (Mind D., Psyborgs, Knights and Borgs, K.A.O.S) and Danijel Galir (Liquid 9, Knights and Borgs). They worked almost 2 years on this amazing debut release. "A Faint Light from the Depth" shows a diversified fusion between many different soundstyles like Electro, Psy, Trip Hop, Trance and many other styles. The tracks reach from beautiful melodies to brain smashing acids and from slow downbeat grooves to ground breaking freestyle beats and crazy electronic weirdo tunes, all merged with fantastic new techniques. In order to get a real freestyle fusion, they mixed it also with various classic and cultural influences and added some known elements from videogame- and movie music.
A two-LP set of drummer Billy Cobham's harder to find recordings from the later '70s. Of the two, Magic is far superior and is generally regarded as one of his most interesting recordings in his extensive discography. The addition of Simplicity of Expression: Depth of Thought amounts to nothing more than a throw in. Cobham recorded some embarrassing disco during the late '70s and this is a prime example. This two-fer is too good to pass up, though, and makes the LP highly recommended for fusion collectors.
The first in-depth account of fictional sequels in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, this examines cases of prose fiction works being continued by multiple writers, reading them for evidence of Early Modern attitudes towards authorship, originality, and literary property. …
La-La Land Records presents the world premiere release of acclaimed composer Ennio Morricone s (ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA, THE MISSION, THE UNTOUCHABLES) original score to Paramount Pictures 1989 docudrama FAT MAN AND LITTLE BOY, starring Paul Newman, Dwight Schultz and John Cusack, and directed by Roland Joffe. Never before released in any format, Mr. Morricone s hauntingly beautiful and complex orchestral score receives a definitive, 2-CD treatment that demonstrates the composer s notable skill in emotionally interpreting what is at once an amazing and tragic chapter in mankind s history the birth of the atom bomb. Full of dramatic suspense, passion, sadness and gravitas, this is a notable, major Hollywood work by Morricone that is ripe for discovery. Produced by Dan Goldwasser and mastered by Mike Matessino, this special 2-CD release includes source cues, alternates and exclusive, in-depth liner notes by film music writer Daniel Schweiger.