Album review, music

Nakara Percussions album review

It’s been over a month since the Covid-19 lockdown began. Ironically the weather has been warm and pleasant but there aren’t much we can do under the government guidance. Stay home and listen to music, that’s what we’ve got to do right now…

So that I have been listening to the album of music a lot these days.

What is the album? It’s just like a book that from page one to the end, you follow the story of the author. It has to have flows, tempos and stories for the audience to go through. Otherwise you want to close the book or fall asleep…

I was so pleased when the man like the legendary DJ Dr. Bob Jones commented about my album – ‘every track is beautifully produced and the journey is wonderful, just wonderful.’

Yes, the album is the journey. And this is the album I discovered recently that the journey was absolutely magnificent.

It was recorded and released independently in 1984 in South France. It’s a totally obscure album but the quality is top ranking. Give huge thanks to Komos Records to reissue these wonderful rare recordings available.

Komos Records: https://komosrecords.bandcamp.com/album/nakara-percussions

Dr Bob Jones: https://www.residentadvisor.net/dj/drbobjones/biography

 

DJ, music

Music Is My Sanctuary DJ Mix

During this lock down, all you can do is stay at home and listen to music. Enjoy my new DJ mix I did it exclusively for Music Is My Sanctuary.

“This is a strictly vinyl-only mix of deep afro latin house and disco that you can relax to as much as dance to. I love percussive and jazzy music and always try to mix smoothly so the blends flow like a river. Hope you feel the vibe too.”

http://www.musicismysanctuary.com/mims-guest-mix-koichi-sakai-london-tokyo-olindo-records