In this edition of Sound Sunday we return to classic genres, some with modern interpretations. All albums were carefully selected and put in sequence to create a listening experience. Join me on an audio trip around the world as you listen to artists from the US, Sweden, Denmark, Canada, Indonesia, and the UK. While all EPs and albums can be downloaded for free, we ask you to please donate a few dollars for music you enjoy!
Sound Sunday recently celebrated its jubilee. I remember how I first compiled an edition with EPs and albums, after featuring free songs only. I didn’t think there was enough free material to fill many more editions. More than three years down the road and I have hundreds of free music downloads in my archives and add dozens more every week. My bookmarks of material to feature could easily cover for half a year of Sound Sundays.
Just in time for this week’s edition of Sound Sunday, Radiohead have released a live recording of their 1995 show at New York City’s Tramps via Noise Trade. All album tips will be donated to Amnesty International. Radiohead’s epic recording is accompanied by folk, rock, and some fascinating live jazz and improv albums. While all EPs and albums can be downloaded for free, we ask you to please donate a few dollars for music you enjoy! You are also welcome to submit material for an upcoming edition.
With this edition of Sound Sunday, I present you the transition from last week’s chiptune & video game music to different variations of the electronic genre, including classical and ambient music. It goes without saying that this edition covers a broad range of genres, despite what may seem like a narrow focus.