Lyn Horton

Lyn Horton

Guitarist Paul Prince has released his debut solo recording OCEAN BELLS on Afropolynesian Records, his own label as well.The tendrils of this music touch the ears as Pri…
Anonym Records has released the Chimurenga 2002 recording, TOI TOI, by Thomas Mapfumo & the Blacks Unlimited. The CD was recorded both at a concert in Eugene, Oregon and on…
The second issue in the Blue Series Continuum from Thirsty Ear Records, THE SORCERER SESSIONS, brings to light a mutiplicitous range of sound, spiced with a round of stretc…
If there is a new explication of how an orchestra can sound, it is in the new Thirsty Ear recording NOTHING STAYS THE SAME. This is a mix assembled by DJ Wally, in which is…
In contrast to the Blue Series which will also continue unto itself, the premiere recording of the Blues Series Continuum from Thirsty Ear is "The GoodandEvil Sessions". Sp…
AUM Fidelity is distributing in August, 2003, a historical release of a collection recordings made between 1970-78 by Reverend Charlie Jackson from CaseQuarter Records in M…
In 1998, the first recording ever was made in the not-yet totally shaped studio at the Deep Listening Space in Kingston, NY. This recording is called UNQUENCHABLE FIRE. The…
CIMP has released for the first time a Trio X recording. It is called JOURNEY. Trio X is made up of Joe McPhee on saxophones, Dominic Duval on bass, and Jay Rosen on drums.…
The Blue Series on Thirsty Ear continues with SCRAPBOOK from the William Parker Violin Trio that includes Billy Bang on violin and Hamid Drake on drums. This recording alon…
A distinction between a real release and a re-release sometimes is necessary, but not in the case of VISITATION, originally coming from Sackville Records (Bill Smith’s own …