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Six Live Electronic Music Albums That Are Better Than Being There Photo by Camille Blake At the tail end of October, Autechre fans were treated to an unprecedented bounty: AE_LIVE, a concert album comprising not one but four live sets from the duo—Krakow, Brussels, Utrecht, and Dublin—all recorded late last year. Then, in December, five more from 2015 (Krems, Nagano, Grafenhainichen, Dour, Katowice) became available. It's a lot to process, but then, for Autechre fans, bewilderment just kind of comes with the territory.
Best Albums of the Year, Best Tracks of the Year, Best Albums of the Decade, Best New Music It's been another spectacular year for music, but what were the highlights? Here's our... As featured in the January New Music Issue of NME, here are the 20 acts we're... Stuck for ideas this Christmas? Got loads of people to buy for but lacking inspiration?... Rhapsody in blue, Take 1 (1924-06-10) WARNING: These historical recordings may contain offensive or inappropriate language. Full disclaimer Recording Title Rhapsody in blue Other Title(s) Part 1 (Title part) Musical group Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra Arranger Ferde Grofé Composer George Gershwin Piano George Gershwin Leader Paul Whiteman Genre(s) Ragtime, jazz, and more, Classical music Category Instrumental Description Orchestra and piano soloist Instrumentation 4 violins, 4 saxophones, 2 French horns, 2 cornets, 2 trombones, tuba, piano, and traps Label Name/Number Victor 55225 Matrix Number/Take Number C-30174/1 Recording Date 1924-06-10 Place of Recording New York, New York Size 12" Duration 04:32 Rights & Access This recording is protected by state copyright laws in the United States. The Library of Congress has obtained a license from rights holders to offer it as streamed audio only. Downloading is not permitted.