The jazz butcher bloody nonsense - Glasgow Jazz Festival – 2017


Mauno – Tuning (Idee Fixee) LP
Six Organs of Admittance: Burning the Threshold (Drag City) LP
Chad Van Gaalen: Light Information (Flemish Eye) LP
Jom Comyn: I Need Love (Double Lunch) CS
Why?: Moh Lhean (Joyful Noise) LP
Grandaddy: Last Place (Columbia) LP
Pissed Jeans: Why Love Now (Sub Pop) LP
Bully: Losing (Sub Pop) LP
Saltland: A Common Truth (Constellation) LP
The Caretaker: Everywhere at the End of Time Stage 3 (HAFTW) LP

By the end of the 1950s, war-ravaged Europe had largely finished reconstruction and began a tremendous economic boom. World War II had brought about a huge leveling of social classes in which the remnants of the old feudal gentry disappeared. There was a major expansion of the middle class in western European countries and by the 1960s, many working-class people in Western Europe could afford a radio, television, refrigerator, and motor vehicle. Meanwhile, the East such as the Soviet union and other Warsaw Pact countries were improving quickly after rebuilding from WWII. The United States, after sluggish economic growth during the 1950s, also experienced a major '60s boom. Real GDP growth averaged 6% a year during the second half of the decade. Thus, the overall worldwide economic trend in the 1960s was one of prosperity, expansion of the middle class, and the proliferation of new domestic technology.


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