Recorded live at The Town & Country Club, London, UK on November 10th, 1992.
Kaleidoscope Men is the third studio album of the psychedelic band Los Mac’s, released in December 1967 by RCA-Victor. It’s commonly known as the fundamental album of the latinoamerican psychedelia movement. It certainly has a very uncommon lyric and musical style, considering the release date. Thanks to lyrics dedicated to politics, drugs, poetry and a particular beat-style, Kaleidoscope Men became a very popular album at the time and it’s considered “legend” nowadays, still being an important collection piece for psychedelia and 60´s beat lovers.
Kscope label digipak CD edition of the sixth solo album from Mick Karn (originally released on the Invisible Hands label in 2004). More Better Different sees Karn utilising guitars, clarinet, samples and spoken word in nine mood pieces, which swing from the winningly funky The Jump to the cinematic noodling of The End Gag to the wah guitar and 80's sci-fi soundtrack stylings of Atyan B-Boot.
2016 release from the former Japan, Rain Tree Crow and Dalis Car bassist, his seventh solo album, Three Part Species, illustrates more than any other, how completely in command of musical composition he has become. A mixture of so many diverse types of music that, somehow never, even for a second, sound confused in direction. It's impossible with each piece to predict which genre will come next, as the listener is guided through Mick Karn's unique world. At times, there are elements of Motown rhythms and gospel choirs, classical arrangements and Rock guitars, passing through Hip Hop and Jazz Fusion, ethnic traditions and Pop songs.