Steve Jolliffe has been a member of the German band Tangerine Dream, working with them and providing vocals for their 1978 album Cyclone, also notably one of the few Tangerine Dream albums to feature singing. His was also a member of the band briefly in 1969 with Klaus Schulze before Conrad Schnitzler joined to record Tangerine Dream's debut album "Electronic Meditation"…
Steve Jolliffe, a former Tangerine Dream member, has carved out quite a niche for himself as a holistic new age performer. He blends heavy sequences, deep atmospheres, and firm melodies to craft Omni. The 56-minute CD wraps up with an epic finale enhanced by ricocheting rhythms and punctuated nicely by a piano interlude. The cosmic vacuum stirs with lively electronic riffs, cavorting to the lure of uplifting rhythms. Despite its frequent swells of power, this music is soft, delivering rises and crescendos amidst a very peaceful sonic palate.
Larry Carlton and Steve Lukather share the stage once again in this exceptional live recording at the famous Blue Note in Tokyo Japan. This 7 song concert features amazing tunes such as the famous Robert Johnson Crossroads and The Beatles While My Guitar Gently Weeps. The talent level of these two legends when paired together is unparalleled.
Sailor is the second studio album by American rock group The Steve Miller Band, released in October 1968 by Capitol Records. Like The Steve Miller Band's previous album, Children of the Future, Sailor was produced by Glyn Johns. Unlike its predecessor which was recorded in London, England, Sailor was recorded in Los Angeles, California. It was the last Steve Miller Band album to feature contributions by original members Boz Scaggs and Jim Peterman. Scaggs went on to a successful solo career. The album features a psychedelic blues rock sound.