Shape of Things to Come is the fifth studio album by American guitarist George Benson, released in 1968 and arranged by Don Sebesky. It was his first album for A&M Records and his first album to be produced by Creed Taylor, who would remain his producer until 1976. After four years and three different labels, Benson signed with the A&M/CTI label in 1968. He was to be the replacement for their star Wes Montgomery, who had died earlier in the year.
The Shape of Jazz to Come is the third album by jazz musician Ornette Coleman.
Album · 2018 · 9 Songs. The Shape of Blues To Come The Apocalypse Blues Revue. Listen on Apple Music. Stevie Ray Vaughan’s spirit guides the Godsmack blues offshoot.
This is not just a side project, this is a band that exists separately from guitarist Tom Rumbola and drummer Shannon Larkin’s huge success with Godsmack, this is a band that will be making music for years to come. The Apocalypse Blues Revue – The Shape Of Blues To Come. Label: Provogue Records Formats: CD, LP, Digital Release date: 20 July 2018. Tracklisting: 1. Open Spaces 2. We Are One 3. Hell To Pay 4. Have You Heard?! 5. To Hell With You 6. Nobody Rides For Free 7. Sincere 8. What A Way To Go 9. Noumenal Blues. Larkin continues, Our mission is to see if Apocalypse can reshape the shape of blues to come. We’re a different shade of blue. Our approach is to write and play as a traditional blues band.
A murmur of he who is to come The messiah of the end Figurehead of the apocalypse And herald of the Budding Dawn. Out of a race doomed Nature chooses its hero Flesh and flora unite. A champion from the damned For he is the avatar The last remnant of man The final vestige of a race turned to dust. Flora grows from flesh As humanity falls away Symbolic of armageddon's rise The shape of he to come. The shape of he to come. The Shape of He to Come" Track Info.
Diving right in, The Shape Of Blues To Come is kicked-off by the haunting vocals of Open Spaces, visualizing a dark room, the lights are out, and Rombola is blaring a monster dose of the Blues heading right into We Are One. Next up, Hell To Pay is the perfect soundtrack for taking a late night stroll through a graveyard while Have You Heard is about a new kind of Blues ( It Ain’t Your Daddy’s Blues ). A sound led by the crunchy guitar of Rombola and the raspy vocals of Cerbone, The Shape Of Blues To Come is one of those albums easy for a listener to love. Even Godsmack fans who normally may not be into the Blues will want to give The Shape Of Blues To Come a shot.
Arguably the most influential hardcore album of all time, The Shape of Punk To Come was Refused's masterpiece, their last recording, and the record that launched a new generation of hardcore bands. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). You really can't help but turn it up and move to it. Another thing is there has always been this question of, "was this the shape of punk to come?"
|1||–Seth Cluett||L’Immensité Intime (excerpt)|
|2||–Li Jianhong||Talks at the Pigsty|
|3||–Jessica Feldman||Excerpt from Sirens|
|4||–Carver Audain||Hibernaculum: Vortex|
|5||–Charles Céleste Hutchins||Ecstatic RivuLet|
|6||–Charles Céleste Hutchins||Train Filter|
|7||–Hiram Navarrete||Untitled, Double Bass, 2007|
|8||–Doug Van Nort||Constellate (Excerpt/Rework)|
|9||–Anne Guthrie||33rd Street & Rawson Ave., Queens|
- Curator – Jonathan Chen