Tag Archives: Darryl Way

CURVED AIR Uncover Vintage Tapes For Release

August 20, 2018

The fact that Esoteric Recordings started a proper reissue of classic catalogue doesn’t mean Cherry Red stopped working on the band’s archive to offer something special every two years. While its was an hour-long montage of improvisations on “Propositions” and … Continue reading

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CURVED AIR To Expand “Second Album”

June 16, 2018

There wasn’t a lot if imagination in the title of CURVED AIR‘s sophomore record, out in 1971, which can’t be said about the music it contains, particularly “Back Street Love” that would become one of the staples in the band’s … Continue reading

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DARRYL WAY – Vivaldi’s Four Seasons In Rock

June 12, 2018

The Right Honourable 2018 Delivering his dream to the listener’s doorstep, veteran violinist validates the variety of classical piece. “Vivaldi” is a tour de force of ‘s “Air Conditioning”: the fierce appropriation of eponymous baroque composer’s approach to melody, this … Continue reading

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CURVED AIR Flesh Out Their “Phantasmagoria”

May 20, 2018

This January saw the release, on Esoteric Recordings, of two classic albums – an expanded edition of their 1970 debut “Air Conditioning” and 1974’s “Air Cut” that was properly remastered but didn’t feature any extra material. Continuing the band’s reissue … Continue reading

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Darryl Way Expands His Vivaldi Experience

March 27, 2018

One of the most famous pieces comprising the canon, “Vivaldi” – that appeared on the band’s second album, 1970’s “Air Conditioning” – had been composed by Darryl Way before the ensemble emerged on the scene, in 1968. And now, to … Continue reading

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