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One of the great modern psychedelic / progressive bands out of Sweden return after a long wait for another fine release!

"Allas Sak. Those two Swedish words translate loosely into English as “everyone’s thing” or maybe “anyone’s thing.” They not only provide the title for Dungen’s latest collection of sophisticated psychedelic rock, but explains how the band works creatively and collaboratively.

It’s been five years since the last Dungen album, 2010’s Skit I Allt, which is by far the...

“Swedish psych-rock stalwarts return after six years away with a bright, buoyant effort that plugs that gap left by Tame Impala’s drift towards full-on pop” - Uncut

“Dungen, torch bearers of Sweden’s rich and fabled history of pastoral psychedelia, return with “One is too many and En är för mycket och tusen aldrig nog, the band’s first full-length album since 2015’s Allas Sak. Creating their own critical and fervent, fan-based lane for guitar-powered, melodic and magisterial rock ‘n’ roll with..

This is Dungen's sixth studio album and I seem to be repeating myself with each release, but this is probably their best work yet - and they don't have any stinkers, either! It is really a fine, modern progressive album that is very proggy, but also...

"It is utterly compelling and maddening to listen to the opening "intro" off Swedish psych-prog outfit Dungen's third album Tio Bitar (which translates as "Ten Pieces/Songs"). It begins roaring out of the gate in a wall of guitar squall, but sounds...

"It is utterly compelling and maddening to listen to the opening "intro" off Swedish psych-prog outfit Dungen's third album Tio Bitar (which translates as "Ten Pieces/Songs"). It begins roaring out of the gate in a wall of guitar squall, but sounds like it's the middle of some long jam you missed the first half of. It squeals and roils with drums a batter and guitars in the middle of some freewheeling freak-out before it settles a bit and other, more textured sounds come into play before it simply fades...

“A reissue of Dunkelziffer's last studio album Songs For Everyone, originally released 1989. Displaced from their spiritual home (the Stollwerck complex had been levelled in 1987) and robbed of the collaborative exchange it facilitated, Dunkelziffer took a different tack on Songs For Everyone, slimming down to a sextet with a newly streamlined sound. Olek Gelba and Reiner Linke remained in the percussive pocket, laying the foundation for Von Senger and Schubert's melodic prowess, with newcomers Jorge...

We've carried these for a while and we always under the impression that we could restock them, however what Paul never mentioned to us originally is that all the titles in his DUNS Limited Edition series are all linmited to 50 copies.

Paul Dunmall: tenor saxophone
Matthew Shipp: piano
Joe Morris: double bass
Gerald Cleaver: drums

Recorded live on June 11th 2012 at Roulette, Brooklyn, New York, USA as part of Vision Festival 17.

“This recording is a meaningful example of why we all continue to work this way. While we pursue any and all other versions of Free Music that our imaginations allow, the open form collective performance that builds itself on pitch, melody, rhythm, energy and rich, deep expression

Paul Dunmall, tenor saxophone, bagpipes / Tony Malaby, tenor and soprano saxophones / Mark Helias, double bass / Kevin Norton, drums and vibraphone.
,br> "The day after a rare and triumphant presentation in New York (with Henry Grimes and Andrew...

This has four improvisations by Mujician saxist Paul with dual guitarists Adams & Gibbs and drummer Mark Sanders. [FMR]

QUARTET : Paul Dunmall & Simon Picard-tenors, Paul Rogers-bass, Tony Levin-drums / SEXTET : Dunmall, Picard, Rogers, Levin, Jon Corbett-cornet, John Adams-guitar / TRIO : Dunmall, Rogers, Levin. "Powerful and passionate music" - Chris Parker BBC ...

This Cuneiform title is LONG out of print, but we found a few and can offer them to you at the regular price, while they last! Don't blink and miss it!

"[They have] the requisite chemistry to become a perennial powerhouse on the international scene." - JazzTimes

Born 1953 in Welling, England, Paul Dunmall is one of Britains best-known jazz musicians. Classically trained on clarinet, Dunmall began his professional music career in 1969. Dunmall is perhaps most widely known.

Recorded live at Cafe OTO, London on July 17th, 2017 by Shaun Crook

"John Coltrane's music developed at such a breakneck pace during the two decades that he was active that it would be hard to single out one moment that encapsulates his legacy. This memorial gig -- held on the 50th anniversary of Trane's death, aged 40, on July 17th 1967 -- solves that problem by focusing exclusively on the last couple of years of his life, by which time he had emerged as a champion and pioneer of the free-jazz....

"Best known for his collaborations with Paul Flaherty, Michael Flower and Thurston Moore as well as a year-and-a-half stint as the drummer for Björk's Volta tour, Chris Corsano is widely considered to be one of the most adaptive drummers of hiS...

I Wish You Peace is a landmark recording in the career of one of modern jazzs emerging giants: British jazz musician Paul Dunmall. A world-class reed player, Dunmall is described as "A powerful player often cited as the cream of British saxophonists" by the Guiness Who's Who In Jazz, and a "Superlative saxophone and clarinet playerone of the best reed players in Europe if not the world." by Venue. He is a member of the UK improvising ensemble Mujician and leads the Paul Dunmall Octet among many other...

Nice album of Paul's work; I especially liked the two tracks with bagpipes and hurdy-gurdy. "In trying to organise a concert of Paul Dunmall...PD proposed to perform with a 'local musician', and I thought about Paul Lytton as he lives here near the Ger...

A trio of Mujician saxist Paul, guitarist John Adams & drummer Mark Sanders. "The first CD by this unique improvising trio - 'Ghostly Thoughts' - received great critical acclaim in many ...

Paul Dunmall tenor saxophone, Matthew Bourne piano, cello, Dave Kane bass, Steve Davis drums.
"The legendary powerful saxophonist Paul Dunmall teams up with the incredibly inventive trio of Bourne/Davis/Kane. The results sound like they...


Well recorded, joyous free jazz session, recorded live at Le Mans Festival on May 1, 2005 and featuring two long tracks. "Paul Dunmall saxophone, Philip Gibbs guitar, Paul Rogers double bass, Hamid Drake drums. Hamid Drake is probably the most in demand..


Paul Dunmall tenor, soprano saxophones; Tony Bianco drums.

If I had to pick one modern sax player who isn't in any way a Coltrane clone to pick to do this sort of a homage to JC, it would have been Paul!...


"'...with zitterings of flight released,' (in memoriam Kenneth Gaburo) was composed over an intense and continuous five-day period (including nights). While working on the piece I had in mind various images and metaphors for the drama of the spirit's...


"One of the busiest and most accomplished bass players in New York, a talented composer and band leader, Trevor Dunn has been the lynchpin of several astounding groups including Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Moonchild, Asmodeus, Electric Masada, Junk Genius...

“Tzadik is proud to present the first CD of classical chamber music by Downtown powerhouse Trevor Dunn. Bassist, composer, bandleader and arranger, Dunn has been a mainstay of dozens of high-profile ensembles for over thirty years. Nocturnes is a moody and brooding program of compositions featuring his first string quartet performed by The Secret Quartet, Six Nocturnes for piano, an early piece from 1989 for bass and string quartet, and a dynamic trio for piano, violin and bass featuring the remarkable...

"An exciting new world of instrumental rock featuring three generations of Downtown superstars—Marc Ribot (Ceramic Dog, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello), Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle, Melvins, Fantômas) and Tyshawn Sorey (Steve Coleman, Anthony Braxton, Vijay...

Recorded the day before I saw them play in DC, this was recorded in Baltimore, MD by the duo of Trevor Dunn (Mr. Bungle) on double bass and Shelley Burgon on pedal harp. "Wavering between patient meditation and manical catharsis Dunn and Burgon mine...

Nick Dunston - double bass, compositions
Louna Dekker-Vargas - flute, alto flute, piccolo
Ledah Finck - violin, viola
Tal Yahalom - guitar
Stephen Boegehold - drum set

“It is with great audacity that a composer imposes their music and will upon the free-thinking musicians of their band. What a joy for us that Nick Dunston has taken such a leap and made Atlantic Extraction a reality! His courage is well-deserved, for he roots his music profoundly in these principles..

This is a reissue of the 1st two albums by Somalia’s Dur-Dur Band, from the mid 80s + previously unreleased material!

“Following Analog Africa founder Samy Ben Redjeb's dangerous trip to Mogadishu in November of 2016, the label presents Dur Dur of Somalia: Volume 1, Volume 2 & Previously Unreleased Tracks. Dur-Dur, a young band from the '80s, climaxed as a band in April of 1987 with the release of Volume 2, their second album. The secrets to Dur-Dur's rapid success is inextricably linked to the...

This is a bargain price for an hour of music by a noisy-yet-charming and oh-so-French (meant completely seriously and in a positive way) trio consisting of...

“Wolfgang Düren played guitar in various local bands in the 1970s, but soon became more and more interested in electronic music. From 1978, he was a roadie for Tangerine Dream for three years, toured the world with them and programmed their sequencers. In the 1980s he worked for the Hamburg musician and inventor Wolfgang Palm and his company PPG (Palm Products Germany), which is mainly known for the development of the revolutionary digitally controlled PPG - Wave.
In 1988, Wolfgang Düren went into...

"A Paean to Wilson was arguably The Durutti Column's most important and consistent piece of work since the demise of Factory Records in the early 1990s. Manchester International Festival of Music commissioned it for their festival in July 2009. Vini...

“Two CD anthology from British post-punk guitarist Vini Reilly. M24J (Anthology) is a collection of valuable passages recorded by The Durutti Column between 1979 and 2011 for various iterations of Factory Records, including poignant tributes to manager/mentor Anthony H. Wilson. The Durutti Column band formed in 1978 in Manchester, England. Reilly is often accompanied by Bruce Mitchell on drums and Keir Stewart on bass, keyboards and harmonica. They were among the first acts signed to Factory Records by ...

“Factory Benelux presents a deluxe edition of Without Mercy, the fourth studio album by cult Manchester group The Durutti Column, originally issued in 1984 and widely regarded as Vini Reilly's most ambitious album. In 1983, Durutti Column mentor/manager Tony Wilson asked Vini Reilly to abandon fleeting guitar miniatures in favor of a long-form modern classical piece. The result was an ambitious 20 minute instrumental suite, Without Mercy, performed by core Durutti duo Vini Reilly and Bruce Mitchell...


“A sound of a decidedly different kind. With the release of their CD Lily (Relative Pitch Records), ISABELLE DUTHOIT and FRANZ HAUTZINGER have proven they know how to consistently create a different kind of musical harmony and escape musical conventionality.
Those familiar with the artistic creations and various projects of these artistic free-spirits can probably imagine where Lily will take them. And that is most definitely not to any of the usual musical landscapes. That which Isabelle Duthoit...

Richly textured multiphonic vocal virtuosity, laced with rasps, rumbles, honks, howls, and wheezes, featured in freely improvised and formally structured solos, with flights of verbal invention added into the mixOralizations offers works spanning Paul ...

Nick D'Virgilio (Big Big Train, Spock's Beard, Genesis) : drums, vocals, multi-instruments
with:
Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater) : keyboards
Jem Godfrey (Frost*) : keyboards
Tony Levin (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel) : bass
Jonas Reingold (The Flower Kings, Steve Hackett) : bass
Paul Gilbert (Mr. Big, Racer X) : guitars
Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick) : guitars
Carl Verheyen (Supertramp) : guitars

‘Invisible’ is the second solo album by California born but Indiana...

CD1 is a reissue of Johnny Dyani / Mongezi Feza / Okay Temiz - Rejoice
CD2 is a reissue of Johnny Mbizo Dyani - Witchdoctor's Son 'Together'

“The life of Johnny “Mbizo” Dyani (1945-1986), bassist with the legendary South African jazz troupe the Blue Notes, is celebrated by the reissue of two recordings dating from his period living in Sweden. “Rejoice”, culled from a live concert with trumpeter Mongezi Feza and drummer Okay Temiz, and the studio recording “Together” featuring Dyani’s ...

Mia Dyberg Alto Saxophone
Asger Thomsen Double Bass
Dag Magnus Narvesen Drums

You may label the music recorded in “Ticket!” as free jazz, but nothing here conforms with what you usually hear with that identity. Why? Because alto saxophonist Mia Dyberg, double bassist Asger Thomsen and drummer Dag Magnus Narvesen transpose to music the processes used by William S. Burroughs in his poetry, and not only the cut-up techniques of that Beat Generation icon: there’s much of the playfulness, the..

“Dyble Longdon is a collaboration between Judy Dyble (ex Fairport Convention) and Big Big Train multi-instrumentalist / frontman David Longdon. Judy died in July 2020 just before this was released and Between A Breath And A Breath provides a wonderful swansong to a greatly missed talent.”

“I first heard David sing with Big Big Train at King’s Place in London 2015 and immediately decided that I really wanted to sing with him someday. And here we are with a collaborative album, which I think is...

Very good album from the former vocalist for Fairport Convention, Giles, Giles & Fripp, Trader Horne and JD and the MBs (Judy Dyble and the Miller Brothers [Steve & Phil])!

"This is a stunning album, beautifully sung, gorgeous production, at once hauntingly serene and yet compelling in the extreme. And the most amazing aspect of it is that Judy Dyble's voice doesn't sound notably different from the way it did on that one Giles, Giles & Fripp/proto-King Crimson track that I remember her from...

"Judy Dyble is a legendary British singer/songwriter most notable for being one of the founder members of two of the most feted bands in UK rock history - Fairport Convention and King Crimson. In 1973 she left the music business and it wasn't until....

Stephen Dydo - qin, viola, banjo
Alan Sondheim - qin, viola, banjo, guzheng, rababa, erhu, madal
"Dragon and Phoenix refers to the names of the sound holes on the Chinese instrument known as the guqin, aka qin (gu is a prefix meaning "ancient"), which figures prominently on this album of improvised acoustic duos, being heard on thirteen of the sixteen tracks, with two qins on four tracks. Stephen Dydo, former president of the New York Qin Society, is the more traditional player here, whereas Alan.

This is a high-quality pirate edition of this never-reissued, very obscure Krautrock rarity.

"From 1971. Incredible Kraut/funk meeting of U.S. expatriate and the cream of the German rock scene: Achim Reichel, Conny Plank, Wolfgang 'Zabba'...

Mixed and mastered by Faust's Hans Joachim Irmler. Released on Faust's Klangbad label.

From 1991, this was the 2nd (and best by the original line-up) release by this heavy Philadelphia trio of guitar, bass & drums. This has greatly improved recording quality, packaging & the playing is even better than on their already very good first....

Latest and greatest (and that's saying something) from this terrific and amazing technical/avant/metal/prog/post-punk power trio. They've been together and going out and doing it for nearly a decade now and the band unity and power that they have can...