Mig Music News

Rediscovery of two rarities – Baffo Banfi’s “Ma, Dolce Vita” and “Hearth” (The IC Years)


Giuseppe Banfi, aka Baffo Banfi, former keyboardist of Italian Progressive Rockband Un Biglietto per l’Inferno, started a solo career; using the name J.B. Banfi; in 1978 with the album “Galaxcy My Dear”, which was released on the Italian Milan based Red Records label. Baffos musical style is deeply inspired by the visionary sounds of Cosmic electronic music, the “Berliner Schule”, and artists like (more…)

Was that Krautrock or what? …


… Yes! Chronologically and geographically GATE has to be classified there. The music was experimental, but not focus on improvisations. Complex, often tricky, hardly danceable, but always strictly arranged, even in solos few/no free spaces. And the band had nothing in mind with electronics. In July 1976 GATE recorded one of their concerts in the Wuppertal “Börse” and offered the tapes – for (more…)

Liaison between Michal Urbaniak and M.i.G


“Paratyphus B”, originally released in 1973 on the German Spiegelei label, is best known for its innovative fusion of jazz, funk and rock, with Urbaniak’s distinctive violin playing in the focus. “Inactin”, also released a few months later on Spiegelei, shows the band at their best with its unique style that combines jazz, funk, fusion and world music. Both albums are of great (more…)

Gil Scott-Heron: “Bob Dylan’s Black Brother” shares his legacy

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Critics in the early 1970s called Gil Scott-Heron the most important Black voice since Martin Luther King Jr. and described him as a black Bob Dylan. “His poetry is with much muscle, with stiletto humor, with street talk, much of it justifiably angry and accurate,” the New York Times wrote in 1975, marveling at the angry man from the Bronx. No (more…)

38 SPECIAL will release their 1981 Lorelei performance


On August 29, 1981, Southern rockers 38 Special entered the stage of the open-air theater high above the Rhine on Loreley Rock. The Outlaws, Nine Below Zero and Thin Lizzy were in the festival line-up that day as well. It was the first of the many great outdoor festival-events of the WDR Rockpalast in this unique natural ambience in St. Goarshausen. 38 Special (more…)

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