Pan Sonic : Katodivaihe

Desideratum from Lisboa, Portugal. Thanx for your comments bruv.


  • Virta 1. / Current 1.
  • Lähetys / Transmission
  • Koneistaja / Machinist
  • Hyönteisistä / About Insects
  • Laptevinmeri / Laptev Sea
  • Kuumuudessa Muodostuva / Forming In Heat
  • Hertsilogia / Herzlogy
  • Suhteellinen / Comparative
  • Kytkennät / Connections
  • Haiti
  • Hinaaja / Tugboat
  • Tykitys / Cannoning
  • Leikkuri / Cutter
  • Virta 2. / Current 2.



Otha Turner And The Afrossippi Allstars- From Senegal To Senatobia

Fife and drum music is a close relative of blues. Meanwhile blues was born in the plantations in the delta of the Mississippi, with poverty and long and hard working hours, up in the hills, where people lived from their own land, they were still playing the music from their ancestors. Pentatonic scales were brought to the by the USA african people who were sold as slaves. The mix of african and european folk is the root of all the popular music since. Blues, country, country blues, blue grass, rythm and blues, jazz, ska, rocksteady , rock and roll, pop... Almost  everything we listen to nowadays comes from something similar to this fife and drum music, so RESPECT.



Jaco Pastorius - The Essential

One of the most amazing and influent bass players ever. He revolutionated music expanding bass guitar´s possibilities to a neverseen universe of sounds, and explored fusion between various styles, jazz, rock, funk, reggae...  A must know for every bass player, has influenced several generations of bass players. People like Victor Wooten, Mark Egan, Gerald Veasley, Marcus Miller...


1. Donna Lee - 02:28
2. Come on Come Over - 03:55
3. Continuum - 04:33
4. Kuru Speak Like A Child - 07:43
5. Portrait of Tracy - 02:23
6. Opus Pocus - 05:28
7. Used to Be A Cha Cha - 08:57
8. Bright Size Life - 04:44
9. Barbary Coast - 03:06
10. Hejira - 06:43
11. Talk to Me - 03:46
12. Birdland - 05:59
13. A Remark You Made - 06:51
14. Teen Town - 02:52
15. Havona 06:01
16. River People
17. Punk Jazz
18. Dry cleaner from des miones
19. Dreamland
20. 4 Am
21. Teen Town
22. Slang
23. Port of entry
24. Soul intro the chicken
25. Three views of a secret
26. Liberty City
27. John and Mary

 password for all three parts is www.chilecomparte.cl

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Part 2:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=QCOACCCQ
Part 3:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=V3STQ2X4

Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue

One of the best jazz records ever.

Miles Davis – trumpet, band leader 
Julian "Cannonball" Adderley – alto saxophone, except on "Blue in Green" 
Paul Chambers – double bass 
Jimmy Cobb – drums 
John Coltrane – tenor saxophone 
Bill Evans – piano (except "Freddie Freeloader") liner notes
Wynton Kelly – piano on "Freddie Freeloader"


1. So What
2. Freddie Freeloader
3. Blue in Green
4. All Blues
5. Flamenco Sketches
6. Flamenco Sketches (Alternate Take)

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VV.AA. Instro-Hipsters a go-go.

"24 of the coolest instrumentals from the 1960s & 70s"

Jazz, blues, rock & roll, garage, lounge, surf, psychedelic... Bands like the Eliminaotrs, Electric Frankenstein, the John Shakespeare Orchestra, the Remo Four, the Midas Touch, Pop Drive Ltd... The subtitle does not make wrong, it´s a cool compilation of instrumentals, really cool.

...guateque high...




The Eliminators - Ultra sonic Surf Guitars



Master Musicians of Bukkake - Totem Two

Today weather has changed. So we do aswell. Master Musicians of Bukkake has become my current favourite psychedelic band. Totem One is superior indeed, but this Totem Two stills good anyway. Proper soundtrack for a trip.



New York Ska Jazz Ensemble - Step forward

1.Boogie stop shuffle
2.Feel da vibe
4.Linecheck samurai
5.Take 5
6.Pretty flower
7.Step forward
9.Kansas city
10.You are my love
11.Go home
12.Red eye