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"The Saarland band Gäa played German-language progressive rock. Their band name derives from the ancient Greek gods, where Gaia (Latin notation: Gäa) is the goddess of the earth and fertility. The group's only LP, Auf der Bahn zum Uranus, was a short...

One of the most typical Indian string instruments (especially in the south) the veena has always had a special place in Indian music. Hailing from an artistic family, Gaaythri has gone from child prodigy to emerge as one of the greatest veena players,...

A lot of the Agrentinian progressive rarities - at least the smallish number that I have heard - are really progressive hard rock albums, and this one is no different. Gabis is a hot guitarist playing pyscho-hard rock and etc. with lots of acid leads a...

A lot of the Agrentinian progressive rarities - at least the smallish number that I have heard - are really progressive hard rock albums, and this one is no different. Gabis is a hot guitarist playing pyscho-hard rock and etc. with lots of acid leads a...

"Originally released in 1978. Remastered in 2002. The pairing is ideal - the former front man of Genesis, produced Robert Fripp - the leading light of King Crimson. On this, Peter Gabriel's second album, the songs "On the Air" and "D.I.Y." are stunning slices of modern rock circa 1978, bubbling with synths, insistent rhythms, and polished processed guitars, all enclosed streamlined production that nevertheless sounds as large as a stadium. Other tunes include "A Wonderful Day in a One-Way World", "White...

“Originally released in 1982. Remastered in 2002. Peter Gabriel 4 continues where the third Gabriel album left off, sharing some of the same dense production and sense of cohesion, yet lightening the atmosphere and expanding the sonic palette somewhat. The gloom that permeates the third album has been alleviated and while this is still decidedly somber and serious music, it has a brighter feel - partially derived from Gabriel's dabbling in African and Latin rhythms. These are generally used as tonal...

This lists for $99.98, but we have a limited number of copies with a tiny (I mean tiny) drill hole through the UPC.

"Filmed at Hammersmith Apollo in March of this year, New Blood Live In London captures Peter Gabriel performing live with...

"The work and thought of the American composer Kenneth Gaburo (1926-1993) exhibited many striking changes during his lifetime. In fact, while the world of commercial endeavor still insists that artists develop a recognizable personal 'style,' Gaburo's...

Gai Saber makes a peculiar musical and cultural operation that finds its departure point in the Occitan dances and the troubadours' words and combines these elements with today's influences like hip-hop, dub, drum 'n' bass, jungle. The result is an int...

"Enjoying a growing international public and critical consensus following their previous efforts Gai Saber are now ready to unveil the latest chapter of their musical saga. On La fabrica occitana the band’s rediscovery of Occitanian roots filtered...

"The Galileo Brothers are a mysterious assembly which has existed for 25 years - with an anonymous group of British musicians at the core of the project. 'The Dancing Lawn' is a collective composition in 13 parts by the British core group, with the...


"One of the rarest albums from the '70s British folk underground scene, originally released on the legendary Midas label. Haunting medieval atmosphere á la Wicker Man, serene male-female vocals and beautiful violin playing which brings to mind Barry...

"Unbelievably, it’s almost 50 years since Fairport Convention and their followers – Steeleye Span, Trees, Dando Shaft, Mellow Candle and others – fashioned British folk-rock. Kent-based sextet Galley Beggar – who take their name from a mischievous...


Richard Galliano is a really *masterful* accordion player. This solo album is all works by Astor Piazolla and Galliano really runs them down here. This can't help but be adored by fans of the ol' squeeze box. These are perfect Japanese copies...

The first album by this rarity of early psych/progressive/jazz-rock/horn-rock/etc. who released two albums on the Nova series and whose albums are very rare and impossible to find until this reissue. Supervised by Mark Powell, you get great sound, good...

The first album by this rarity of early psych/progressive/jazz-rock/horn-rock/etc. who released two albums on the Nova series and whose albums are very rare and impossible to find until this reissue. Supervised by Mark Powell, you get great sound, good...

"Known for his partnerships with Ray Anderson and Peter Evans, Colombian expatriate Ricardo Gallo is becoming a noteworthy voice as a pianist and composer in American creative jazz. After obtaining critical acclaim with his Bogotá bands...

"Over three albums, the GHS Trio has established identities away from the bands they have fronted or worked as sidemen. Frank Gambale's electric guitar work with Chick Corea is well-known; Stu Hamm has been a reliable electric bass guitarist since his time with the Steve Vai or Joe Satriani; while drummer Steve Smith's exploits with Journey, his Vital Information, ensemble or his legit jazz groups is well-documented. This collection is dubbed a best-of package, but is more an overview of what the combo...

Beppe Gambetta is a great exponent of the flatpicking style, a technique he has imported and creatively introduced into his interpretations. On his new CD Beppe has fun musically skipping back and forth across the Atlantic divide with a repertoire that...

''Stria, recorded in the winter 1999, is a musical project recently founded by Filippo Gambetta. Heir of the great history of melodeon playing, the very young Gambetta (20 years old!) presents his music that merges different sources: music of Liguria, ...

"Court Music Treasures presents five more gendings performed inside the kraton by the excellent musicians of the STSI Conservatory (Institute of the Arts) of Surakarta, in collaboration with musicians from the court itself. The compositions are remarkable

Our series of Javanese classical music recordings continues to expand, this time with a disc which investigates further the tonal and timbral qualities of a number of instruments present in gamelan ensembles. Artistic director Joko Purwanto, whose exte...


"Hailed by fans and critics as a symphonic gem, the project of keyboard player and vocalist Angelo Santo Lombardi has taken the world of Italian prog by storm, adding influences of Italian prog giants as Banco, PFM and Orme with the keyboard wizardry...

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"Hailed by fans and critics as a symphonic gem, the project of keyboard player and vocalist Angelo Santo Lombardi has taken the world of Italian prog by storm, adding influences of Italian prog giants as Banco, PFM and Orme with the keyboard wizardry of Keith Emerson.

Ritratto di Ballerina is the logic follow-up to its predecessor, while being more complex, compact and with a slightly harder edge. Quality standards remain unchanged, while the...

"This album by US (NY) troubadour Gandalf The Grey (or Chris Wilson) is an example of the hippie generation's fascination with the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Self-penned and self-performed, this somewhat rough recording portrays an attempt to create...

Slava Ganelin - piano, synthesizer, Victor Fonarov - double bass Mika Markovitch - drums. "This release is first in the series of unpublished records from Slava Ganelin, one of the key figures in the israeli Modern Creative and Free/Avant-Garde Jazz...

Slava Ganelin - piano, synthesizer, percussion, Klaus Kugel- drums, percussion, Petras Vysniauskas - soprano saxophone. "First release of this Ganelin international trio called by Ganelin himself as "Trio Priority". Recorded live in Germany in 1999 and...

Absolutely one of my favorite of the original 'punk era' bands, the Gang Of Four released two great albums and a couple of singles before completely killing themselves trying to break themselves in the USA. The GoF mixed tight, herky-jerky rhythms with...

"The three compositions on Lost Style are indicative of the extraordinary compositional voice of Ge Gan-ru, China's first avant-garde composer. Born in 1954, Ge's life journey follows the now familiar path trodden by the generation of Chinese artists...


"Garamond was born from the intention of freeing itself and the whole world from the genres which often influence juvenile (but not only) musical panorama, trying to propound something more peculiar, based on elation of creativity and curiosity...

Very good jazz-jazz/rock guitar/bass/drums trio from Italy. The band is led by drummer Alessandro Garau, who also provides all the compositions. Rather nice and ECM-ish!

Singer/composer Anja is the daughter of Jan. This is her debut album and presents a very modern, stripped down feel that is actually much more lush than a quick listen would have you think (many tracks feature a string quartet, piano, percussion, cello...

Jan Garbarek soprano, tenor and bass saxophones, flute
Bobo Stenson piano, electric piano
Palle Danielsson double-bass
Jon Christensen drums, percussion
Terje Rypdal guitar (on Sart)
Arild Andersen double-bass (on Sart)...

"This one is very eagerly-awaited: it has been six years since Jan Garbarek’s last album as a leader (“In Praise of Dreams”). And, moreover, this double-album – recorded in Dresden’s Alter Schlachthof in October 2007 – is also the first-ever live set...

"There appear to be fewer and fewer musicians (Asian, European, American, Latin American) with whom Garbarek hasn't collaborated at some time. Where no collaboration is possible, he will happily doodle on top of already highly-polished works, as in the...

"Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek cut his teeth emulating John Coltrane and blowing gales through the muscular compositions of George Russell and open improvisations of Keith Jarrett. But since the mid 1980s, the saxophonist has been making an...

Jan Garbarek soprano and tenor saxophones
The Hilliard Ensemble
David James countertenor
Rogers Covey-Crump tenor
Steven Harrold tenor
Gordon Jones baritone

"The inspired bringing together of Jan Garbarek and the Hillia

One of the most immediately identifiable voices on saxophone and one of the originators of the 'Nordic jazz' sound. This features an ECM all-star band: Jan Garbarek-saxes, Bill Connors-guitars, John Taylor-organ and piano and Jack DeJohnette-drums...

Excellent and unusual release in the Garbarek catalog, where Jan joins forces with Pakistani Khayal singers and musicians. An unusual and extremely successful meeting of Pakistani music and jazz. World music has a bad name in some circles and there are...

"This 1992 recording by the Garbarek Group has their customary blend of Norwegian folk themes and original compositions, with the leader's big-toned soprano and tenor saxophones at the heart of a music that combines cool lyricism and intense, if...

This collection of new classical Latin American work by the Cuban born, Miami based composer is a series of pieces that invoke an abstract expressionist sensibility set against a time free present. Repetition and slow evolution of materials result in a...

Gianni Gebbia: Alto and Soprano Saxophones
Nils Wogram: Trombone
Xavier Garcia: Sampler



"Gianni Gebbia, Xavier Garcia und Nils Wogram:
Three who met on the outermost, southernmost tip of Europe have shaped their music in

Great debut album by this Dutch singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist. This has a very full band sound, with Jacco handling almost everything except the drumming.

This is a throwback, psychedelic pop masterpiece. Think Mr Fantasy, Axis...

Second, very good release by this Dutch musician who charmed us all with his debut release, Cabinet Of Curiosities, not very long ago.

"Hypnophobia, the brand new album from 'baroque pop' prince and Dutch producer/multi-instrumentalist Jacco...

Singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist David Garland writes music and lyrics in an style that is his own but which is part of the American popular song tradition. With a wide variety of accompaniments, from accordions to computers to lamps and chai...

"In New York City, where I live, musicians from very different backgrounds and from all over the world can encounter one another in their search for kin from their muse’s home town. It might be that their only point of connection, and only common langu...