This week's Rorschach looks at things that might have been had we taken the time to see what was hidden in plain sight. Providing the hindsight without recrimination are Calm, Mr.S, Peeping Tom, Two Loons for Tea and Jazz from Terence Blanchard. I'm Jim Nye.
Calm is the German duo of Michael Peidl and the singer Katja Wirtz. From their 'Impressions' CD. This is 'Mover'
Hear more at www.calm-be.de Idyllic Music fav Mr.S continues with a new EP. Hear is 'Acoustically Illustrated'
You'll find more by this talented Pole at artificialbliss.com or at myspace/monsieuresse Barcelona's Peeping Tom is actually Vincent Hänni and Gabriel Scotti with 'Capitalism'
Download the entire 'Slowly' CD for free at www.petitpouletrecords.com From Washington State, Two Loons for Tea are the remarkable parr Sarah Scott and Jonathan Kochmer. This is 'Sunset Room'
Look for at live video of that track at www.twoloons.com We'll close with New Orleans native Terence Blanchard 's song cycle of anger, rage, compassion, melancholy, and beauty. A TALE OF GOD’S WILL (a requiem for katrina) This is 'Funeral Dirge'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.