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The Bill Laswell Thread

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This thread is for the 40 + year career of producer/bassist Bill Laswell
'Since the late '70s, Laswell has relentlessly pursued the future with a stunning range of musicians and thinkers. A short list includes Herbie Hancock, Laurie Anderson, Tony Williams, Mick Jagger, Sting, Carlos Santana, John Zorn, the Dalai Lama, Pharoah Sanders, Yoko Ono, John Lydon, Bootsy Collins, Buckethead, Brain, Bernie Worrell, Karsh Kale, Afrika Bambaataa, The Last Poets, Zakir Hussein, Shankar, Ustad Sultan Khan, Sonny Sharrock, Toshinori Kondo, Nona Hendryx, George Clinton, Whitney Houston, Bachir Attar, the Jungle Brothers, William Burroughs, Paul Bowles, Sly & Robbie and dozens more from the Americas, Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East and Japan. His willingness to take risks is unparalleled in the world of music--as is his ability to unite seemingly disparate voices.
A man in constant motion, Bill Laswell's discography reads like a series of postcards from around the planet.'

 

I will use hyperlinks from this site by SilentWatcher

http://www.silent-watcher.net/billlaswell/index.html

 

Support the artist at bandcamp

https://billlaswell.bandcamp.com

 

I'll post a youtube clip of each project if available. This thread will be a musical journey in chronological order that will go for many months.

Here's the very first one from 1978(Laswell on bass)

http://www.silent-watcher.net/billlaswell/discography/b/scoringpower.html

http://www.silent-watcher.net/billlaswell/discography/b/clips/ScoringPower.mp3

 

 

 

 

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