Retrieved 26 March Archived from the original on 10 April Broadcasters' Audience Research Board. Archived from the original on 13 July The Stage. Retrieved 9 April Retrieved 8 July Wales on Sunday. Retrieved 13 July Retrieved 24 November Retrieved 12 April Forbes and Fifth University of Pittsburgh". Archived from the original on 31 May Retrieved 31 May Archived from the original on 31 March Retrieved 5 March Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Retrieved 9 June Archived from the original on 11 June Retrieved 4 February Archived from the original on 14 September Archived from the original on 19 August Retrieved 30 July Archived How Will I Ever Find My Way Home? - British Sea Power - Open Season (Vinyl the original on 18 September Retrieved 17 September Retrieved 13 April Retrieved 22 March London: The Daily Telegraph online. Archived from the original on 3 October Retrieved 15 June Archived from the original on 15 November Retrieved 14 November Retrieved 2 December Archived from the original on 4 December Toronto: CBC Television.
CBC Television. Archived from the original on 30 April Inside the Hub. Tolworth, Surrey: Telos Publishing. Archived from the original on 23 April Archived from the original on 8 February Retrieved 14 September BBC Doctor Who website.
Retrieved 26 January Archived from the original on 12 October Retrieved 6 January Archived from the original on 27 October Archived from the original on 1 March Retrieved 29 February Archived from the original on 6 November Retrieved 16 January Retrieved 13 January Archived from the original on 13 June Retrieved 26 July Big Finish.
Archived from the original on 22 October BBC 2. Archived from the original on 15 February Archived from the original on 5 March Retrieved 18 December Event occurs at — Archived from the original on 23 December Retrieved 12 November Event occurs at Retrieved 27 August Brisingr Hardcover 1st ed.
New York: Alfred A. Hey, I'm a fan too! The Errantry Concordance. Diane Duane. Archived from the original on 16 May Retrieved 24 December Archived from the original on 11 March Daily Mail.
Archived from the original on 16 July Retrieved 15 March The Week that Was. Tom Tomorrow. Archived from the original on 10 May Retrieved 15 May The Doctor Who Exhibitions Archive. Archived from the original on 3 March Retrieved 15 January Retrieved 13 December Record Store Day.
Guinness World Records. Retrieved 17 May August Retrieved 26 February Archived from the original on 23 August Retrieved 22 August Pocket Gamer. Archived from the original on 22 September Retrieved 25 April Archived from the original on 25 April March Retrieved 1 April Retrieved 16 August Doctor Who website. Retrieved 18 March ITN Source.
Archived from the original on 21 February TV Guide. Archived from the original on 7 May Retrieved 21 June Archived from the original on 5 January Archived from the original on 17 May Retrieved 13 May Archived from the original on 23 November Retrieved 4 May Richard Curtis writes this touching episode of Dr Who about the mental health experiences of the great artist Vincent van Gogh.
Locus Online. Archived from the original on 3 September World Science Fiction Society. Archived from the original on 11 July Retrieved 1 September Retrieved 15 August Locus Magazine. Archived from the original on 8 April Retrieved 14 April Howe, David J.
Doctor Who: The Sixties paperback ed. London: Virgin Books. Doctor Who: The Television Companion 1st ed. Richards, Justin Doctor Who—The Legend 1st ed.
This section's use of external links may not follow Wikipedia's policies or guidelines. Please improve this article by removing excessive or inappropriate external links, and converting useful links where appropriate into footnote references. July Learn how and when to remove this template message. Category:Doctor Who. History Canada and the U.
Australia Music theme music composers soundtrack releases featured music. Producers Script editors Writers. Radio stories Home video releases VHS releases. Fandom Whoniverse Popular culture Merchandise Awards and nominations. Cast Supporting characters. Villains Henchmen Robots Items.
Wartime P. Portal Category. Doctor Who episodes. Stories Episodes 97 missing Original series —, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Album) 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Film Revived series —present 1 2 3 4 — specials 5 6 7 specials 8 9 10 11 12 13 specials. The Five Doctors. The Infinite Quest. Dreamland " Music of the Spheres ". Media in Cardiff. The Valleys. Only Connect. WalesOnline CardiffOnline Pizzaman. Russell T Davies. Damaged Goods. Steven Moffat. Mitchell toured steadily to promote the LP.
The tour helped create eager anticipation for Mitchell's second LP, Cloudswhich was released in April This album contained Mitchell's own versions of some of her songs already recorded and performed by other artists: " Chelsea Morning ", " Both Sides, Now ", and "Tin Angel". The covers of both LPs, including a self-portrait on Cloudswere designed and painted by Mitchell, a blending of her painting and music that she continued throughout her career. The following month, Reprise released her third album, Ladies of the Canyon.
Mitchell's sound was already beginning to expand beyond the confines of acoustic folk music and toward pop and rock, with more overdubs, percussion, and backing vocals, and for the first time, many songs composed on piano, which became a hallmark of Mitchell's style in her most popular era. The album also included the already-familiar song "The Circle Game" and the environmental anthem " Big Yellow Taxi ", with its now-famous line, "they paved paradise and put up a parking lot.
Ladies of the Canyon was an instant smash on FM radio and sold briskly, eventually becoming Mitchell's first gold album selling over a half million copies. She made a decision to stop touring for a year and just write and paint, yet she was still voted "Top Female Performer" for by Melody Makera leading UK pop music magazine. The songs she wrote during the months she took off for travel and life experience appeared on her next album, Bluereleased in June Comparing Joni Mitchell's talent to his own, David Crosby said, "By the time she did Blueshe was past me and rushing toward the horizon".
Blue was an almost instant critical and commercial success, peaking in the top 20 of the Billboard albums chart in September and also hitting the British Top 3. The lushly produced " Carey " was the single at the time, but musically, other parts of Blue departed further from the sounds of Ladies of the Canyon.
Her most confessional album, Mitchell later said of Blue"I have, on occasion, sacrificed myself and my own emotional makeup, We all suffer for our loneliness, but at the time of Blueour pop stars never admitted these things. Mitchell later remarked, "At that period of my life, I had no personal defenses. I felt like a cellophane wrapper on a pack of cigarettes. I felt like I had absolutely no secrets from the world and I couldn't pretend in my life to be strong.
Mitchell decided to return to the live stage after the great success of Blueand she presented new songs on tour which appeared on her next album, her fifth, For the Roses.
The album was released in October and immediately zoomed up the charts. Court and Sparkreleased in Januarysaw Mitchell begin the flirtation with jazz and jazz fusion that marked her experimental period ahead. Court and Spark went to No. The LP made Mitchell a widely popular act for perhaps the only time in her career, on the strength of popular tracks such as the rocker " Raised on Robbery ", which was released right before Christmasand " Help Me ", which was released in LP of the following year, and became Mitchell's only Top 10 single when it peaked at No.
Express as what she called her first real backing group. In Februaryher tour with the L. Express began, and they received rave notices as they traveled across the United States and Canada during the next two months. A series of shows at L. In November, Mitchell released that album, Miles of Aislesa two-record set including all but two songs from the L. Music Center, on March 4, were also included in the set.
The live album slowly moved up to No. Mitchell went into the studio in early to record acoustic demos of some songs that she had written since the Court and Spark tour.
A few months later she recorded versions of the tunes with her band. Her musical interests were now diverging from both the folk and the pop scene of the era, toward less structured, more jazz-inspired pieces, with a wider range of instruments.
On "The Jungle Line", she made an early effort at sampling a recording of African musicians, something that became more commonplace among Western rock acts in the s. In earlyMitchell traveled with friends who were driving cross country to Maine. Afterwards, she drove back to California alone and composed several songs during her journey which featured on her next album, 's Hejira.
She stated that "This album was written mostly while I was traveling in the car. That's why there were no piano songs The album climbed to No. Hejira "did not sell as briskly as Mitchell's earlier, more 'radio-friendly' albums, [but] its stature in her catalogue has grown over the years". In she said, "I suppose a lot of people could have written a lot of my other songs, but I feel the songs on Hejira could only have come from me.
In mid, Mitchell began work on new recordings that became her first double studio album. Close to completing her contract with Asylum Records, Mitchell felt that this album could be looser in feel than any album she had done in the past.
She invited Pastorius back, and he brought with him fellow members of jazz fusion pioneers Weather Reportincluding drummer Don Alias and saxophonist Wayne Shorter. Other songs continued the jazz-rock-folk collisions of Hejira. Mitchell also revived "Jericho", written years earlier a version is found on her live album but never recorded in a studio setting.
Don Juan's Reckless Daughter was released in December The album received mixed reviews but still sold relatively well, peaking at No. The cover of the album created its own controversy: Mitchell was featured in several photographs, including one where she was in blackface, wearing a curly afro wig, a white suit and vest, and dark sunglasses. The character, whom she called Art Nouveau, was based on a pimp who, she says, once complimented her while walking down an LA street — and was a symbol of her turn toward jazz and streetwise lyrics.
A few months after the release of Don Juan's Reckless DaughterMitchell was contacted by the esteemed jazz composer, bandleader and bassist Charles Minguswho had heard the orchestrated song "Paprika Plains", and wanted her to work with him.
She began a collaboration with Mingus, who died before the project was completed in She finished the tracks, and the resulting album, Minguswas released in Junethough it was poorly received in the press. Fans were confused over such a major change in Mitchell's overall sound, and though the album topped out at No. Mitchell's tour to promote Mingus began in August in Oklahoma City and concluded six weeks later with five shows at Los Angeles' Greek Theatre and one at the Santa Barbara County Bowlwhere she recorded and filmed the concert.
It was her first tour in several years, and with Pastorius, jazz guitarist Pat Methenyand Album) members of her band, Mitchell also performed songs from her other jazz-inspired albums. When the tour ended she began a year of work, turning the tapes from the Santa Barbara County Bowl show into a two-album set and a concert film, both to be called Shadows and Light. Her final release on Asylum Records and her second live double album, it was released in Septemberand made it up to No.
While the album was being readied for release, her friend David Geffen, founder of Asylum Recordsdecided to start a new label, Geffen Records. Still distributed by Warner Bros. The album peaked on the Billboard charts in its fifth week at No.
During this period she recorded with bassist and sound engineer Larry Kleinwhom she married in The marriage lasted 12 years. A performance from the tour was videotaped and later released on home video and later DVD as Refuge of the Roads. As ended, Mitchell was writing new songs when she received a suggestion from Geffen that perhaps an outside producer with experience in the modern technical arenas that they wanted to explore might be a worthy addition. British synthpop performer and producer Thomas Dolby was brought on board.
Of Dolby's role, Mitchell later commented: "I was reluctant when Thomas was suggested because he had been asked to produce the record [by Geffen], and would he consider coming in as just a programmer and a player? So on that level we did have some problems He may be able to do it faster. He may be able to do it better, but the fact is that it then wouldn't really be my music. The album that resulted, Dog Eat Dogreleased in Octoberturned out to be only a moderate seller, peaking at No.
One of the songs on the album, "Tax Free", created controversy by lambasting " televangelists " and what she saw as a drift to the religious right in American politics. Mitchell continued experimenting with synthesizers, drum machines and sequencers for the recordings of her next album, 's Chalk Mark in a Rain Storm. The album's first official single, "My Secret Place", was in fact a duet with Gabriel, and just missed the Billboard Hot chart. The song "Lakota" was one of many songs on the album to take on larger political themes, in this case the Wounded Knee incidentthe deadly battle between Native American activists and the FBI on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the previous decade.
Musically, several songs fit into the trend of world music popularized by Gabriel during the era. Reviews were mostly favorable towards the album, and the cameos by well-known musicians brought it considerable attention. Throughout the first half ofMitchell recorded songs that appeared on her next album. She delivered the final mixes for the new album to Geffen just before Christmas, after trying nearly a hundred different sequences for the songs.
The album Night Ride Home was released in March In the United Kingdom, the album premiered at No. Critically, it was better received than her s work [ citation needed ] and seemed to signal a move closer to her acoustic beginnings, along with some references to the style of Hejira.
To wider audiences, the real return to form for Mitchell came with 's Grammy -winning Turbulent Indigo. While the recording period also saw the divorce of Mitchell and bassist Larry Kleintheir marriage having lasted almost 12 years, Indigo was seen as Mitchell's most accessible set of songs in years.
Songs such as "Sex Kills", "Sunny Sunday", "Borderline" and "The Magdalene Laundries" mixed social commentary and guitar-focused melodies for "a startling comeback". InMitchell had just agreed to release a greatest Hits collection when label Reprise also allowed her a second album, called Missesto include some of the lesser-known songs from her career. Hits charted at No. Mitchell also included on Hitsfor the first time on an album, her first recording, a version of "Urge for Going" which preceded Song to a Seagull but was previously released only as a B-side.
Two years later, Mitchell released her final set of "original" new work before nearly a decade of other pursuits, 's Taming the Tiger.
She promoted Tiger with a return to regular concert appearances, including a co-headlining tour with Bob Dylan and Van Morrison. On the album, Mitchell had played a custom guitar equipped with a Roland hexaphonic pickup that connected to a Roland VG-8 modeling processor.
The device allowed Mitchell to play any of her many alternate tunings without having to re-tune the guitar.
The guitar's output, through the VG-8, was transposed to any of her tunings in real-time. It was around this time that critics also began to notice a real change in Mitchell's voice, particularly on her older songs; the singer later confirmed the change, explaining that "I'd go to hit a note and there was nothing there". In addition, she contended that in her opinion her voice became a more interesting and expressive alto range when she could no longer hit the high notes, let alone hold them as she had in her youth.
The singer's next two albums featured no new songs and, Mitchell has said, were recorded to "fulfill contractual obligations",  but on both she attempted to make use of her new vocal range LP interpreting familiar material. Both Sides Now was an album composed mostly of covers of jazz standards, performed with an orchestra, featuring orchestral arrangements by Vince Mendoza. The album also contained remakes of "A Case of You" and the title track "Both Sides, Now", two early hits transposed down to Mitchell's now dusky, soulful alto range.
It received mostly strong reviews and spawned a short national tour, with Mitchell accompanied by a core band featuring Larry Klein on bass plus a local orchestra on each tour stop. Its success led to 's Traveloguea collection of re-workings of her previous songs with lush orchestral accompaniments. Mitchell stated at the time that Travelogue would be her final album. In a interview with Rolling Stoneshe voiced discontent with the current state of the music industry, describing it as a "cesspool".
Get more of a good thing Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar. Connect Welcome! Advertise Rates and Options Place Order. Sign in Sign up Email address.
Password Reset your password Click the eye to show your password. This is a jazz music website—spammers will be deleted. Membership has its privileges. Learn more. First name and Last name. The old-time canoe, they row them with stick. Me used to love the sea Sunday morning time. Where it come from. They only sing it. And gone home. And the Congoes record it and say it is them write it. I have a lot of songs that I write which I never get credit for because I never know much about performing rights.
But the rights of them, the original work, is mine. But we do some great works at Upsetter studio. Nuff songs. Nuff song that people create them not even know where it come from. Scratch always had enough words. He called me Jah Lion. But he called me Jah Lion different from Jah Lloyd…. This interview was first published in The Beat in DanceCrasher would like to thank Mike Turner for giving us the opportunity to reproduce it.
Respect to Jah Lion. Francis began his singing career with the Mediators in the mids. At the end of the decade, he recorded for Rupie Edwards and Lee Perry. For a while, Francis became their record salesman, frequenting the studios and How Will I Ever Find My Way Home? - British Sea Power - Open Season (Vinyl closer to King Tubby, with whom he studied the technical aspect of music.
In the early 70s, Pat Francis started producing and founded his Teem label. On the refined rythm of Ain't no sunshine, Jah Lloyd performs an ample and energetic toast while the second side features a masterful version of the legendary trombonist Vin Gordon with the superb Rebel Rock.
Great music. Muddy Ibe is legendary with his unique way of rendering his highlife. He lives on. The dada is full of music, inspiration, composition and admonition. His genres include highlife, country, folks and world music.
He had a unique voice that set him different from other highlife artists. He always talked about enemy pursuing him in his song. Igbo highlife artists who had disagreements would use music to sub each other back in the days. Captain Muddy Ibe was a great man. The musical instruments he employed always make his songs unique and every head nods to the rhythmic patterns of them. Captain Muddy Ibe is dead but his son Otigba Ibe has taken the wheel of microphone after him.
Honolulu, Hawaii. This soothing audio head massage is much needed in these stressful times. Probably not. This one is. We had to reference three different sources to get the best sound: reels, vinyl and cassette.
Operating from his lifelong base of Honolulu, Hawaii, Lyman and the musicians he worked with released a large quantity of albums over a near year period that brought his particular mixture of Polynesian sounds and Afro-Cuban rhythms to a wide audience, all across the planet.
Thanks to the efforts of Roger Bong's Aloha Got Soul label, we can now enjoy all that it offers once again, though vinyl and digital reissues.
Given the contributions Lyman made to fantasy fueled sounds of exotica over the course of his lifetime, the album is drenched with subtle melodies that recall a litany of television shows, films and library music albums. If you need some time out, you'll find it here. Ersatz soundtracks for armchair safaris and shangri-las. At the end of this month, Aloha Got Soul, will reissue the late, lamented, vibraphone and marimba maestro Lyman's last solo commercial recording, the LP Island Vibes.
A seamlessly segued suite of nine pieces, it consists almost exclusively of stripped back serenades for sampled, soothing, gently crashing, surf and Lyman's trademark instruments. There are no strings, no percussion, no orchestration, just harmonic hymns and lullabies hammered out by his virtuoso four felt mallets on metal and wooden tongues. The odd steel sheet is shaken to mimic the thunder of electrical storms, or the roar of the torrent of a secluded waterfall.
The even odder horn sounds, like that of an approaching pleasure cruiser, homing into view, heading for harbour, toward honeymoon hideaways, fantasy islands, and blue lagoons. When Martin Denny held a residency as hotel band leader in Honolulu — where he employed Lyman on vibes — the calls and cries of the local wildlife were incorporated, integral to their evening performances.
A welcomed sonic transport to paradise, much needed in a post- pandemic world. At eight years old, Arthur Lyman's music was already being played in public spaces via a toy marimba performance on the radio. While Lyman laughed about the experience, he would continue performing and ultimately debuted professionally at 14 with a jazz group.
His skills earned him a place as a vibraphonist alongside exotica pioneer Martin Denny, although Lyman would leave the Denny's group soon after to pursue a solo career. Retrieved 29 February Retrieved 29 April Retrieved 14 April BBC Online. Retrieved 24 September Retrieved 30 December Drowned in Sound. Archived from the original on 6 January Archived from the original on 8 October Official Charts.
Archived from the original on 15 June Retrieved 21 August Retrieved 1 October Melody Maker. IPC Media: 4. Bauer Media Group : May December Archived from the original on 4 February Retrieved 10 January The Guardian. Retrieved 2 March Naked City. Season 2. Episode 6. Rapido TV. Channel 4. Epic Records. The Independent on Sunday. Retrieved 30 January Retrieved 25 July Retrieved 3 April Retrieved 2 February The Sunday Mirror.
Sunday Herald. Retrieved 24 November Retrieved 29 June Retrieved 26 April Archived from the original on 28 September Retrieved 6 January Archived from the original on 19 April Retrieved 12 June Black Rock Sands". Daily Post. Retrieved 30 September The 'Military' Practice of the Rebels. If you tolerate this your children will be next. London: Guinness World Records Limited. ISBN Retrieved 4 January Retrieved 29 December Manic Street Preachers. Omnibus Press.
Retrieved 7 December The Scotsman. Official Charts Company. Retrieved 1 September Archived from the original on 6 March Retrieved 16 July Archived from the original on 29 December Retrieved 14 September Archived from the original on 4 March Retrieved 26 September Archived from the original on 12 October The Quietus.
Retrieved 11 October Digital Spy. Lancashire Telegraph. Retrieved 14 June Retrieved 3 March Archived from the original on 3 April Archived from the original on 21 July Retrieved 21 July Retrieved 8 February Miłość Jak Z Bajki - Po Prostu - Poczet Alimenciarzy (Cassette, Album)
, Oklahoma - Various - Summer Sampler 2002 (CD)
, Ballade - Jean Sibelius / The Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra*, Neeme Järvi - Maiden In The Tower (Jun
, Als De Kat Van Huis Is
, Deep In Space - Tracer X - Tracing The Heavens (CD, Album)
, Vinyl - Rishin Singh - Three Weevils (CDr, Album)
, The Birth Caul (Excerpt) - Alan Moore - A Compilation Of Songs And Performances By Alan Moore And Fr
, My Roomate - Village People - Ymca (CD, Album)
, Ian Oliver Feat. Shantel - Bucovina (File)
, All We Got - Lita Ford & Bonfire - Collection Of Albums 1983-1994 / 1986-1999 (CD)
, The Moody Blues - Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Vinyl, LP, Album)
, Larry A. Thorne - Sniper (9) - Best Of The North (CD)
, Я Играю На Балалайке
, Buckle Yo Knees Pt.2 - Blaza (2) - The Best Kept Secret (CDr, Album)