Jaki Windmill - Lusty Frolicker album flac
- Performer: Jaki Windmill
- Title: Lusty Frolicker
- Size FLAC ver: 1940 mb
- Style: Space Rock
- Other formats: AIFF MP4 AU WMA MOD XM DTS
- Genre: Rock
- Rating: 4.5 of 5
|7||The Junkie Song|
|9||White Bear Chant|
NotesJaki Windmill with Tim Rundall
An excerpt from a novel read by Jaki Windmill, July 2013.
Format:CD 1992 Country:Germany Original Released:1982 Genre:Electronic, New Wave Style:Electro, Experimental 1 How Much Are They? Mixed By – Mark Lusardi . .
Jaki Windmill plays her choice of music including 2 of her own compositions and 2 of Paradise 9's with who she performs.
Full Circle is a collaborative album between musicians Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble and Jaki Liebezeit, released in 1982 through Virgin Records. Holger Czukay – guitar, organ, piano, French horn, percussion, engineering, mixing, drum machine on "How Much Are They?", vocals on "Full Circle . No. 7)". Jaki Liebezeit – drums, percussion, trumpet and backing vocals on "Full Circle .
Astroshamanics with Jaki Windmill. Astrological, spiritual, humanitarian.
World, Brighton, United Kingdom.
Pianist Jaki Byard and the wondrous Roland Kirk (here switching between tenor, clarinet, and manzello) were two of the few jazz musicians who could play in literally every jazz style, from New Orleans to bop and free form. If only they had recorded a history-of-jazz album. Fortunately, they did meet up on a few occasions, including this brilliant quartet session with bassist Richard Davis and drummer Alan Dawson. They romp on Bud Powell's "Parisian Thoroughfare," Thelonious Monk's "Evidence," "Shine on Me," and "Teach Me Tonight.
Windmill, windmill why so slow? First we get high then we get low The quicker you turn, the faster I go I just want to know. Move a little bit Show me you can move a little bit I really, really want you. I used to run a race against a ghost, until I stopped I used to run a race against myself, I always lost And I always had to watch, but now I'm tryna keep it simple Never felt the love like I won that winbow Dawn of the shit, you're a pawn of this shit I don't really
Windmill (1993) by Helloween. Songs: Windmill, Cut in the Middle, Introduction, Get Me Out Of Here.