Category: Classic Day

Classic Day – The Dueling Loves

“Wish I knew why I’m so in love with you” Nancy Wilson exclaims on the opening moments of her persuasive beauty split record with Cannonball Adderley. The two who were well known for creating their own illustrative and vivid styles behind the microphone and…

Classic Day – Disconnection

An absolute demon in her craft, Hiromi is a jazz pianist that manipulate the rules of sound to form along her own twisted, and dreamlike apparition within her 2004 release, Brain. While the sound is an experimental style and holds immaculate precision from her…

Classic Day – Under The Rug

With a band as iconic as The Doors, instruments as 1970’s and stoner-washed as the style played by The Doors, and the immaculately experimental performances that changed music history coming from The Doors; the band was necessary. A component part in the manipulation of…

Classic Day – Smooth Molasses

Album debuts from recording artists are always an intriguing way to collect the first, insightful look into their career. For D’Angelo, Brown Sugar is an incredibly smooth first release that is actually surprising. It holds this continuous flow of grace that few artists can…

Classic Day – Living In The Aftermath

The 1980’s were a hair-raising, genre-blending smash of what would become a multi-layered cake of rock music. From the glam and hair rock genres that were starting to capture the mainstream, bands like Jerry’s Kids were taking the fight to the background with Is…

Classic Day – Wake Up London

With the incoming wave of explosive and volatile music that was about to burst onto the scene in the late 1970’s, among them was Ian Dury. A cascading tank that would not let a simple, life-altering disease of Polio take him off the stage….

Classic Day – Black Gold

With the influence of jazz music on the 1950’s, the influx of largely populated areas of immigrant and minority musicians came a new dissection of genre and quickly changed almost overnight. Dorothy Ashby was a part of that movement with a surprising instrument choice,…

Ω WEEK OF MAC MILLER – DAY TWO Ω

Lounge Act From the Shadow Lounge in modern-day Pittsburgh, to the transformation into the smoke-filled dens of Paris, Larry Lovestein can deliver through it all. Mac Miller has these superpowers behind his creative outreach that covers the balance of smooth touches of saxophone, an…

Classic Day – One Love

The theory of music that follows A Tribe Called Quest is deeply rooted in the way that the production can be easily manipulated into any situation. Whether being played for the car speakers on a highway drive, or at a wedding, to the oldest…

Classic Day – Wild Horses

Often the epicenter of creativity, the 1970’s were an age of strange and developmental times. This was when punk rock would develop, the age of disco would become a dead and deceased breed, and the age of experimentation would take new forms. Country Life…

Classic Day – Train Ride For Disaster

It is the back-bending, spine-tingling, disaster artist that rose from the ashes of near death and endless obscurity that makes Iggy Pop a necessary evil in the music world. The way that his wild, animalistic performance mixed in such a deliberate and charismatic sense…

Classic Day – The Youth’s Rise

The age of the British Invasion was as dead as disco by the time that The Clash hit the scene in 1979 with their radio-friendly, but still wonderfully crafted gift of London Calling. Through the third-studio album, The Clash was able to establish themselves…

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