The Screaming Trees are grunge’s best kept secret. This recording is a lost treasure of 1990’s Seattle rock. Recorded in Stone Gossard’s studio in the late 90’s, it was digitally mastered and “Ash Gray Sunday” is the kind of beautiful angsty power pop you’d expect from these proto-grunge heroes.
Charlie Hunter is playing an 8 string slanted fret guitar that makes his sound so unique. This track is a gr8 example of Charlie’s world.
Roots rock reggae meets groove rock from Wellington, New Zealand. This is a live Reggae band thru and true, with originality and focused passion. The Black Seeds hold their own in the studio. These guys have a really nice flash site! Reggae isn’t limited to Jamaica anymore.
Maceo Parker’s is one of jazz’s most decorated and hard-working saxophonists. “Uptown Up” is from Maceo’s 1998 release, Funk Overload. Maceo is Funky!