Acoustic Ladyland - Living With A Tiger

2010-03-12 22:46:06 UTC
London, United Kingdom (2001 – present) Bonding over a mutual distaste for musical sterility and an inclination toward the more exciting and dangerous end of modern music, Acoustic Ladyland have been blowing minds since their inception in 2001. The band is Pete Wareham (saxophone), the recently-joined Chris Sharkey (guitar) Ruth Goller (bass) and Sebastian Rochford (drums). This fresh incarnation of Acoustic Ladyland sets the bar even higher than before and has arguably achieved their most potent and lucid album to date, the long-awaited Living With A Tiger (out July 6th). Their previous three albums have won them a host of awards and critical acclaim, so if that’s anything to go by, this brand-new music should go down a storm. Recently, individual band members have recorded and performed with an enormous array of artists, including Supergrass, Brian Eno, David Byrne, Polar Bear, Trio VD, Jack De Johnette, Basquiat Strings and Dennis Hopper Choppers along with various other writing and recording projects. With their legion of fans including discerning types like Scott Walker, Chris Morris and the Mighty Boosh, experiencing Acoustic Ladyland live is not to be missed. “Acoustic Ladyland have burst out of the jazz bracket to become one of London’s most raucously exciting live acts – in any genre.” Evening Standard ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ( Verisof was looking for this particular title and threw a shout. Since he does all the back-end maintenance for TSS and always been good to me... I figure out to I " google " and amazingly " google / filestube " brought this up... and all I have to say if you LOVE * * * * * NAIKAKU * * * * * as much as I do then get on to it. [ MySpace ] | [ Last.fm ] See Recommendations... ). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Artist - Acoustic Ladyland Album - Living With A Tiger Release Date - 2009 Genre - Progressive, Jazz, Progressive-jazz, Post-jazz Tracklist 01 Sport Mode 02 Glasto 03 Living With a Tiger 04 Gratitude 05 Have Another Go 06 Death by Platitude 07 Not So 08 The Mighty Q 09 Worry 10 You and I ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Acoustic Ladyland - Living With A Tiger ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: The RAah Project | Guizado | Sonace | Exsimio | Jaga Jazzist ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Good one Verisof... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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