This is the debut album for this British duo -- Allison Goldfrapp & Will Gregory. Song inspired by Roman Polanski's 1966 film Cul-de-Sac. The cabaret-influenced song uses a flugelhorn and a cuckoo clock to switch between tempos.
Hans Brandeis & Hans Reffert founded their duo Flute & Voice in spring 1970. The same year they recorded their first album “Imaginations of Light”, in 1973 they recorded a second album “Hallo Rabbit” which was not published then, because it was not “commercial” enough. They also played live with an array of guest musicians, finally Hans Brandeis moved to Berlin in 1974 and Flute & Voice stopped playing in 1975. “Imaginations of Light” and “Hallo Rabbit” were released together on compact disc in 1995. In 1996, the demo tapes from 1974 and 1975 were re-recorded and released on a compact disc entitled "Drachenlieder."
Produced with his family. Great Jazz bassist, band leader, and collaborator. He was born into country. "With his 2008 record, Haden fulfills his dream to play the Haden Family songs with his wife and children and such close friends as Bruce Hornsby, Rosanne Cash and Elvis Costello. The album's nineteen songs explore the worlds of country and jazz, and range from traditional to contemporary Americana." (Amazon) He made one album after this, with Hank Jones just before his death in 2010.ng
South African born pianist Abdullah Ibrahim (nee Dollar Brand) recorded this under name Dollar Brand. 12 members of group. Modern jazz with roots in South Africa with players from U.S. and other nations. Previously released 1980 on Elektra 6E-252 and originally on Discovery Label recorded in NYC 1979.