Produced by Richard Evans, the whole “Afro-Harping” album is a jazz staple. This just sets the mood for things to come.
From my “musically-favourite” decade, a prime example of how magic happens when Barry White puts a 40 piece band together.
From the best Vibraphone player I ever heard, one of my many favourites from his 1981 “Africa, centre of the world” album. Simply amazing beginning to end.
If you’re familiar with my music, you know I love a good bassline. Well how about this heater from one of the best. Gone too soon. Definitely an inviting tune 🙂
An all-time-favourite ambient 12” from 1990, combining the brilliance of ex-Soft Cell, David Ball & let’s not forget Andrew Weatherall on the Remix duties (R.I.P.)
Combining French charm and the tropical Caribbean rhythms, folk music from Martinique done right from this very talented flute player.
An overlooked obscurity, this balances country & electronic influences in a very personable & expressive way. New age for the open-minded.
A cosmic Journey from Philly. It is truly out of the world, a prime example of how you lose yourself in synthesizers and create a masterpiece and let’s not forget Instant Funk’s contribution on this
Peruvian native rhythms on this release out of Portugal, this is exotic and tribal. Discovered it about a year ago and have been playing it ever since non-stop.
Respectfully, one of his best tracks from one of his best albums. How you successfully blend Latin, jazz & rock doing all 3 genres justice. This leaves me wanting more.