Dakini Mantarava is the artistic name of Jens Buchert, a german prolific musician. In the area of Electronic Music like Electronica, Chillhouse, Downbeat, in the spheres of Ambient, Trip Hop and in the widths of Chillout and the realm of first class innovative Sounds, Jens Buchert - the "Sound Wizard" is one of the most talented musicians in these genres. "Feng Shui - Modern Life in Harmony" is his first CD (under Dakini Mantarava's name), released in 2001, with wonderful New Age music, that helps you relax and feel well, especially after a full and anxious day. Enjoy a beautiful musical experience.
Seasons Change is an album by saxophonist Lee Konitz and vibraphonist/pianist Karl Berger recorded in Zürich in 1979 and released on the German Circle label. A beautiful pairing – the vibes and piano of Karl Berger, and the amazingly sharp alto tone of Lee Konitz!
Award-winning composer and music theoretician Roman Berger is widely respected for his stand against political repression in Eastern Europe during the last century. Most of the works on this recording are dedicated to the members of The Berger Trio, one of Slovakia’s leading ensembles. They include a commemoration of the composer’s late wife and other aspects of parting. The composer himself has written ‘…for me expressionism is neither a style nor an aesthetic, nor an “anachronistic” fashion: it is the result of life experience. The drama of existence leads to drama in art.’
Erotic Hymns (1998) is a sacred song cycle in which composer Bent Lorentzen (b. 1935) combines Baroque and contemporary Danish poetry in a fascinating exploration of the relationship between erotic and religious experience. This world premiere recording by baritone Morten Frank Larsen and organist Jens E. Christensen also features three of Lorentzen's major organ works and concludes with a chorale motet cycle, balancing the CD in beautiful symmetry.
Heavy Machinery is a collaborative studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, keyboardist Jens Johansson and drummer Anders Johansson, released in 1996 through Heptagon Records (Sweden)…