Friday, May 30, 2008

Opposite Corner "Low-High/Jazz I Sverige" {Sweden} [1976/81] (jazz fusion)

"Opposite Corner from Gothenburg is one of the Swedish jazz groups that have attracted most attention since the beginning of the 1970's. The musicians in Opposite Corner are not only influenced by American jazz, but also by both folk and serious music from different countries. On this record group presents for the most part original compositions by Kjell Jansson."... says one of the backcover. Well this band also new to me, i am enjoying it for a week, and its pity no more information around for this hidden treasure. Quickly became one of my fav. Enjoy!

Uvertyr Till Anna Oumri..


nahavanda said...

'76 Jazz i Sverige

'81 Low-High

Oracus said...

Amazing jazz record! Thanks for sharing!

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We're Late For Class said...

Hey Proggers,

We’re Late For Class here.

We hope you might like to post our 30th release on your blog. It’s dumb and fun and sure to tick somebody off... and it’s called The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes.

Below is a link for the codes to post any & all of The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes on your blog for free (links, cover, FULL Mp3 player, etc). Your readers might enjoy it and we’d get some free publicity for our free music and free blog. Our folks would love you for it... and we also have pictures of sad-eyed puppies, in case we’re forced to send those, too. Drop us a line so we can add you to our “Bloggers Kind Enough To Promote Us Even Though There's Zilch In It For Them” list. We get almost all our traffic from other bloggers so a link would make all of our collective pants happy.
Thanks, as always.

PRIVATE Link for you to get Codes and Links (Don’t post this link please)

July 7, 2008

‘We’re Late For Class’ Jams With Jim Morrison

Via a medium, stoner college jam band We’re Late For Class performed a 14 minute improvisational space jam along with the disembodied voice of Jim Morrison, the late singer of The Doors.

“Why not!?,” said a We’re Late For Class spokesman. “It's cheaper than a living singer, what with classified ads, lodging and alcohol... and besides, you know how lead singers are to deal with.”

It’s entitled The Jim Morrison Seance Tapes and is their 30th. It’s available for free at the band’s blog,

“So you don't think this is just something we slapped together with old recordings and ProTools... (you can hear) the engineer ask Jim for the ‘post-death stuff... the stuff without copyrights,’” the spokesman persisted. “In the end,” he said, ”it went smoother than our Screamin' Jay Hawkins seance.”

The free download also includes a 14 minute instrumental version for those that don’t buy the premise.


Anonymous said...

Links are dead. FYI.

isabelbc said...

new links:
'76 Jazz i Sverige:
'81 Low-High:

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