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Eclipse - Jeff Mills - Tomorr w (Vinyl)

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  1. Sep 28,  · Housed in one of the best record sleeve designs of the year, Jeff Mills and Tony Allen link up once again for a four-track session of polyglot jazz and no-fuss funkiness, this time for the needs-no-introduction legendary label, Blue Note.
  2. Tomorrow Comes The Harvest [10" VINYL] out of 5 stars Tony Allen & Jeff Mills - Tomorrow Comes The Harvest (10" vinyl record) Reviewed in Germany on 7 February Verified Purchase. Experimental Jazz & Techno on Blue Note Records by two legends, one is Afrobeat-legend Tony Allen and the other one is Techno-god Jeff Mills /5(24).
  3. History. Axis Records was conceived and officially registered as a solely owned business in New York City by Jeff Mills.. Opens an additional office in Detroit, Michigan. Re-locates New York office to Chicago, Illinois and closes Detroit office.. Wanting to expand Axis, Mills explores various other type of labels, such as Running Records, Luxury Records, but finally decides to.
  4. Jan 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jeff Mills - The Fear As We Know It YouTube Jeff Mills - Mix-Up Vol. 2 - Live Mix At Liquid Room, Tokyo - Duration: ElectroBassDub3 , views.
  5. Back in , legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen approached techno pioneer Jeff Mills with the idea of working together. A series of live gigs and off-the-radar studio sessions followed, with the first fruits of their joint efforts finally appearing on this must-have 10".
  6. Get the best deals on Jazz 33 RPM Music Records when you shop the largest online selection at slinenmetoparbezischbofabackketra.infoinfo Free shipping on many items Miles Davis Kind of Blue Vinyl gr Jazz Records Coltrane Adderley. 5 out of 5 stars (1) Total Ratings 1, $ Tony Allen and Jeff Mills - Tomorrow Comes The Harvest [10 VINYL] $
  7. The marriage between Jeff Mill's stark electronic beats and the full orchestral renditions of his beguiling melodies does not always work. Sometimes they seem to be going in the same direction but in parallel universes. But that's also why Blue Potential is so interesting and in the end quite brilliant/5(7).
  8. Limited 10" vinyl pressing. EP release, the duo's first record together. The ongoing collaboration between techno pioneer Mills and Afrobeat drummer Allen dates back to December , when they played at a jazz club in Paris/5(25).
  9. Yes, this is Mills' signature style, but Mills' own work on Axis--the more adventurous and even eerie efforts--is infinitely more intriguing than the tracks featured in the Exhibitionist portion and even the Purposemaker portion of the DVD. in the end, this DVD is probably essential for fans of Mills only.

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