Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Spaces - Border Station (1981)


It's been nothing but black metal around here, right? That's cause, aside from stuff that's too new to post (like the new Adrian Younge -- get it!) that's pretty much all I've been listening to. But here's some perfect, easy-going but energetic, space-brained instrumental fusion to help carry you to the better half of the week.

Track listing:
1. Outer Drive
2. Four of Those
3. Don't Get Any on Ya
4. Sperm Race
5. Got a Light
6. Ninety to Nothin'
7. Aerplane Glue
8. Border Station

Hear my love

You will also like:
Charles Earland -
Leaving This Planet (1974)
Grover Washington, Jr. -
Mister Magic (1975)

4 comments:

  1. b-but I follow you because black me-ok, I also like these posts too, I certainly wouldn't listen to stuff like this otherwies

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  2. How can I refuse this offer.With a cover like that and a song called Sperm Race.Cheers.Thanks.

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  3. Cheers for this. From a golden era of fusion, never to be lived again. I mourn the future sometimes.

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  4. I've only been listening to black metal lately, too. And noise. Keep up the great posts!

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