John Renbourn's 2011 album Palermo Snow, his first new studio recording in 13 years, finds the veteran British guitarist turning in a varied set of acoustic guitar instrumentals that go well beyond the simple designation "folk." Renbourn is joined on some tracks by clarinetist Dick Lee, who first appears several minutes into the seven-minute title tune, a Renbourn original full of textured chording and careful fingerpicking.
John Lurie was one of the most important artists of the 1980s. He led the brilliant rotating Lounge Lizards lineup and had key roles in two legendary Jim Jarmusch movies, Down By Law and Stranger Than Paradise. It seems everything the dude was involved in during the 80s was dope, but it didn't stop once he formed his strong John Lurie National Orchestra at the end of the decade. The group released this one album during its lifetime and it doesn't disappoint. The group is made up of Lurie on horns and two other percussionists.
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The Jazz Tinge DVD presents five exciting and challenging jazz compositions that each receive John Renbourn's unique fingerstyle approach. The compositions of Randy Weston, Chico Hamilton and Dollar Brand, plus John's own original instrumentals, are discussed in detail. Titles include: Buffalo, Transfusion, My Dear Boy, Little Niles and Cherry.