Originally released 1969 on MPS Records Germany - which became world famous for Dave Pike´s Noisy Silence Gentle Noise released in the same era. This is a true jewel for all progressive music enthusiasts.Ahead of its time the album is an eclectic mixture of beat, psychedelia and little hints of jazz rock. The album is compared with the similarly styled debut of Burnin' Red Ivanhoe. 14 Minutes title song 'Maxwells Street' sounds like a continuation of the Rolling Stones' 'Their Satanic Majesty's Requests'. Lars Bisgaard and Bent Hesselmann later played with Rainbow Band. Comes with bonus tracks, digitally remastered from the original tapes and with informative booklet.
Made To Measure for Azax Attra, a music dance performance piece which premiered at Carnegie Hall in 1985. … Rarely does an artist come along who is equally at home performing The Divine Love Songs of the Persian Sufi Masters, as she is on a stage with the likes of Praxis, Buckethead and Bill Laswell, walking the very cutting edge of Techno Hip Hop, but such an artist is Sussan Deyhim. Born in Teheran to an old aristocratic family, Deyhim had been exposed to an amazing variety of music: from India, Egypt, Andalusia, and every part of her own country to the African-influenced styles of the south, Saudi Arabian, Kurdish, Afgani, and the immigrant tribes of the central regions. …
Basic Books is proud to announce the first volumes of the complete audio CD collection of the recorded lectures delivered by the late Richard P. Feynman, lectures originally delivered to his physics students at Caltech and later fashioned by the author into his classic textbook Lectures on Physics. Ranging from the most basic principles of Newtonian physics to such formidable theories as Einstein's general relativity, superconductivity, and quantum mechanics, Fenyman's lectures stand as a monument of clear exposition and deep insight.
Dr Phibes and the House of Wax Equations were a psychedelic rock band based in the north west of England in the early to mid 1990s. They were regulars in the UK Indie Chart. The level of success continued with appearances at the Glastonbury Festival in 1992. The band also recorded a Peel Session for the Radio One DJ John Peel in 1993.