The complete lack of previous information about the artists led to accusations of an expertly rendered hoax perpetrated by modern-day musicians. The debate raged for ages, but though some details remain murky, the basic authenticity of the sessions was eventually established. One of the gems of the pack is by Cozmik Corridors, who dreamed up moody vistas full of minimalist electro-drones and shadowy passageways. Led by percussionist Christian Burchard, Embryo were the shape-shifting groove gurus of krautrock, blending jazz, funk, and sounds from around the globe into a roiling, constantly mutating concoction, filtered through the freaky, try-anything ethos of the era.
This Hamburg concert, though, is primarily built upon krautrock milestones like Steig Aus and Rocksession. Its jazz fusion side, meanwhile, flourishes thanks to appearances from American jazz heavyweights Charlie Mariano on sax and Mal Waldron on piano.
Faust were the mad scientists of the krautrock movement, down to experiment with anything and everything so long as it furthered their fevered plans.
Held, straddles multiple eras of the German music scene. Unpredictably, the shift makes for a more swinging, light-footed listen. But this rarities anthology sneaks a peek at their past lives, before they started sowing the seeds that would make them the grandfathers of techno.
But of course, there are some suitably spaced-out cosmic journeys along the way too. A collaborator with Can, Mythos, Dyzan, and Birth Control, the producer and engineer Toby Robinson is perhaps best known for supplying the Cozmik Corridors release mentioned above. Cologne Curositieswhich was culled from those same vaults, takes an even deeper dive. Explore music. Bandcamp Daily. If you buy just one Alison Krauss compilation, this would be it.
This CD is on my buy list. I Krå* - Dhår÷Ma (CD a program with this title on GAC channel. It included some of the songs from the album and had comments by guest musicians and vocalists. As soon as the first notes sounded I knew I had to have this CD. As soon as Alison started singing I was ready to drive to Amazon to get it.
The simplicity of Ms Krauss's music and artistry is beyond description. It seems like careful consideration was given to each note. I think that really says it all. I also happened to see, on "You Tube", a duet with Alison and another very commercially successful artist, who uses alot of flash in her shows and musically on her CD's. Union Station was the band.
I was almost embarassed for the other performer when exposed without all the glitz. Alison Krauss is a national treasure. I love all my Alison Krauss CD's but this one just has some gems on it. Her cover of George Jones' "You're just a country boy" raised hairs on the back of my neck. I wasn't familiar with the orginal, but I was hooked once I heard the first few bars.
Her duet with John Waits on "Missing You" brought back memories of teenage years hearing the original track. There are loads of other great tracks such as Whisky Lullaby. Searingly sad songs but with a lightness of touch only Alison Krauss can muster. A must buy for a music fan, not just Alison Krauss. Note to the Bluegrass fans, not much of that on this CD, but it is good despite it. Krauss' long time fans might scratch their heads at this collection, but I love the fact that she reached out and hauled in all those collaborative gems from other artists' albums and soundtracks and mixed them all up with four new and superlative songs.
Thus, "A Hundred Miles or More" has been getting a lot of play at my house. Her performances on the "Cold Mountain" and "O Brother Whereart Thou" soundtracks -- both classic collections, were known to me and I was happy to have a second copy. But it is the five new songs 2 by the master, Don Williams, "Simple Love" - my personal album favorite" and two "haunters" - "Jacob's Dream and Away Down the River" that truly capture my attention. And unlike, many other listeners, I once loved "Missing You" and think the remake with John Waite is superb.
Glad I bought this funky little CD - you will be, too! Instantly loved her work and my wife loved the CD I bought and all we've found since. Her best ever was the double album Alison Krauss Live. Since then she's gone through a period of trying to slick up her image and go more mainstream with her music. Her strength is bluegrass and gospel where she is the sweetest and most compelling performer I've ever heard. She was the backbone to the O Brother Where Art Thou sound track and we saw her at Carnegie Hall in a terrific recreation of the O Brother soundtrack with all the original performers.
This album is a wonderful return. Highly recommended. Her duet with James Taylor is out of this world. Love her voice for so many years. One person found this helpful. Previous reviews said it for me, all that were positive, that is, which were most of them. If you love Alison, then get this cd. Songs from the past, which do not bore, or seem too redundant; this collection is probably one of the best I've ordered in a long time.
It will offer you peace, comfort, some sadness too. Absolutely lovely. Light a candle, and kick back to give yourself some peaceful 'down time' to take your cares away Krå* - Dhår÷Ma (CD to, also inspire your soul. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. This is a lovely album, though quite different from what we normally get from Alison Krauss. Do not expect a bluegrass album, though one or more members of the superb Union Station appear on 10 of the 16 tracks.
The lively hoedown 'Sawing on The Strings' is the nearest we get to a bluegrass song, with twin fiddles from Alison and Stuart Duncan. The brilliant Jerry Douglas appears on 6 of the tracks, and I was particularly taken by his lap steel sound on tracks 2 and None of the songs here have appeared on any of Alison's own albums.
Also perhaps familiar to some will be Alison's duet with Brad Paisley on 'Whiskey Lullaby', a country hit for Jon Randall, who co-wrote the song with veteran legendary songwriter Bill Anderson.
This is one of those typical stone country songs that seem rather maudlin to my UK ears. It has a strong melody and is here sung sincerely and without irony, Krå* - Dhår÷Ma (CD. There are 5 new songs, tracks 1, 2, 3, 4 and 16, Krå* - Dhår÷Ma (CD, all extremely good, which to me make an otherwise very good album into an essential one for any fan of Alison's music. The album starts and ends with 2 songs associated with Don Williams, here given a beautiful, slower reading.
Alison's distinctive, expressive voice makes them sound as if they are brand new. With this song, and the duet with JT you'll be able to sing the harmony lines, as they are so distinctive. A real treat. The accompanying page booklet is very informative and gives all track details.
A worthy collection, in my view, which though quite varied, hangs together well. With 16 tracks totalling over 67 minutes, it's very good value too. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Album) try again. It's hard to fault either the production or the content of this latest collection of tracks from Alison Krauss. She has the most wonderful, pure voice, and is never less than magnificent Album) all of the material here.
But when all is said and done, collections like this do come down to how well the songs all hang together. The standout tracks on this collection are "Jacob's Dream" and "Away Down The River", where brilliant, simple songwriting genius combines with wonderful musicianship to produce songs that linger in the mind for a long time. This is Alison Krauss and her musician colleagues at their best.
Elswhere, material penned by Sting from "Cold Mountain" sounds a little laboured to be honest, let down perhaps by poor lyrics, and the final 2 tracks with John Waite feel to have wandered in from another era altogether and really don't fit the mood here. Waite can't pull off a Don Williams track with any real sense of emotion, so the album is docked one star for the last two - superfluous - tracks.
Overall, an album to savour. Nuff said. Bought this as part of a Christmas present, I'm a huge fan and will listen to anything this Lady is involved in. Yet another Fab album!. I watched and what I heard was far from all bluegrass I was so impressed that, as soon as the prgramme was over I rushed to my computer and ordered the CD from Amazon.
It arrived after 14 days and was well worth the wait. I love every song on it but my favourite is "How's the World Treating You, which she sings as a duet with James Taylor and has some wonderful harmonies. What a wonderful find. Bought as a present so can't comment on the CD but Alison is always good. Load more international reviews.
My first experience of Alison's work, Country Boy and Whiskey Lullaby are my faves but every track is good. I noticed Alison Krauss accidentally on youtube. This CD is top quality from the singer and musicians side of view. The CD sound is top quality too. It might be that you don't like the country style. I am not a huge fan of country I am not saying that is a bad music. Simply my taste is in different style. However I like this CD very much, because the performance of whole team is very emotional and honest.
This cd is wonderful lovely beautiful and truly listenable. My lady and I listen to tunes nearly every evening and since receiving this two weeks ago we've listened to at least half of the album once a night and often the entire thing.
It's simply great, well produced, well engineered it sounds warm and detailed and her voice is angelic. Always good to listen to. Thought I'd take a chance on this, as not very familiar with Alison's stuff. I'm blown away by this incredible mix of her songs. There's something for everyone here. Traditional folk, country and contempory renditions that draw you along and, all too soon, it's ended. Can't get enough of her poignant "A hundred miles or more" and "Simple love" - my favourites so far.
Can't stop playing this CD over and over. Oh that voice! Well know collaborations apart there are a couple of previously unreleased songs that are real gems.
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