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Last chance to pick this up, as Fallout have gone bust. Last copies and available at a bargain price!

"East Coast singer-songwriter Peter Kelley made two superb albums, of which this is the first. An atmospheric blend of bluesy downer folk and...

Outstanding price on this collection from the albums pianist Wynton Kelly recorded for Vee-Jay between 1959-1961. Featured are Sam Jones, Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Jo Jones (drums), Lee Morgan (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor sax).

Mike Keneally's first album in well over two years is also the recorded debut of the tight and powerful Mike Keneally Band: Mike on guitar, keyboards and lead vocals, Rick Musallam on guitar and vocals, Bryan Beller on bass and Nick D'Virgilio on drums...

"In mid-2005, Mike Keneally felt an irresistible calling to assemble his dream-lineup Mike Keneally Band and take to the road for the first time in years. So Mike, bassboy extraordinaire Bryan Beller, sublimely zen guitarist Rick Musallam and impossibl...

"Mike's classic '90s Immune releases are now safely home at Exowax Recordings, the label co-owned by Mike and his manager Scott Chatfield. "This album is the sound of someone who can't believe he's finally being allowed to make a real live solo album...

This is subtitled: studio recordings 1998-2006: being a collection of unreleased things, rarities and allsorts from the last several years or so.

"Mike describes Wine And Pickles as "the album I didn't know I was making over the last ten years.".


Sometimes it seems that actual human feeling, conveyed through passionate musicianship and songwriting, is all but absent in popular music nowadays. Mike Keneally is thrilled to prove otherwise with his eighth album, Dancing. Mike has invited Beer For ...

“A late night jam with the Lovin' Spoonful's Zal Yanofsky in 1967 would prove to be the big break for Toronto's Kensington Market.
As Nicholas Jennings tells it in Before the Gold Rush, his excellent chronicle of that city's Yorkville scene, "Knocked out by the band's sophisticated sound, Yanofsky went down to New York where he raved about them to Felix Pappalardi, already one of the hottest new record producers with the Youngbloods and Cream to his credit. Pappalardi flew up to Toronto in October...


This 2003 Kenso release was previously available only in Japan and only at a very, very high price; we debated bringing them in, but I just didn't want to have to list them at $40.00, so we passed. Luckily, they've just been issued in Italy by Vinyl Ma...

Kenso have been making great progressive jazz/rock albums for 35 years. This fabulous 1985 release was the band's third album and their first that they didn't have to release themselves and which gained them a huge nod of attention in the progressive jazz/rock-starved world that was 1985!
This is a band with a catalog of excellent works, but this one is one of *the* ones to own if you don't have anything, so start here! Like most of their work from the 80s and 90s, it's been unavailable for a long...

Kenso have been making great progressive jazz/rock albums for 35 years. This 1992 release was the band's seventh album and their second live album and it's another killer, solid release of 50% jazz/rock and 50% symphonic rock.
Kenso are a band with a zillion live albums, but having seen them (lucky me!) I can kind of appreciate why they have done this, as they are absolutely monster's in a live setting. Like most of their work from the 80s and 90s, it's been unavailable for a long while...

Kenso have been making great progressive jazz/rock albums for 35 years. This 1986 release was the band's fourth album and their first-ever live album. Like most of their work from the 80s and 90s, it's been unavailable for a long while.
Now it's available again at a reasonable price, especially for a Japanese release, as a special blu-spec CD release!

Kenso have been making great progressive jazz/rock albums for 35 years. This 1989 release was the band's fifth album and it's another killer, solid release of 50% jazz/rock and 50% symphonic rock. Like most of their work from the 80s and 90s, it's been unavailable for a long while.
Now it's available again at a reasonable price, especially for a Japanese release, as a special blu-spec CD release!

Kenso have been making great progressive jazz/rock albums for 35 years. This 1991 release was the band's sixth album and it's another killer, solid release of 50% jazz/rock and 50% symphonic rock and shows them having matured completely into the band they basically remain sounding like to this day. Like most of their work from the 80s and 90s, it's been unavailable for a long while.
Now it's available again at a reasonable price, especially for a Japanese release, as a special blu-spec CD release!

Lucie V – Vocals
Chris Egan – Reeds, Woodwinds, Wind Synth
Danny Chang – Guitars
Rik Loveridge – Hammond Organ, Synths
Phil Warren – Bass
James Hall – Drums

“The follow up to last year’s The Last Harvest see’s this Canterbury scene inspired band gain a couple of new members (drummer James Hall and woodwind player Chris Egan). It was recorded over a 40 day period, where the band worked quickly and, according to the press release, discarded anything that didn’t fit. What you

"Recorded and released after a two-year stint in Europe, Until marks alto saxophonist Robin Kenyatta's American debut as a leader, after sideman tenures with Sonny Stitt, Bill Dixon, and Archie Shepp. For anyone (of the few) who followed the rather obscure reedman's career, this set -- originally released on the Atlantic jazz subsidiary Vortex and produced by Joel Dorn -- is indicative of the restless nature of Kenyatta's career on his own records: he was not only interested in, but attempted to play...

“An auspicious debut” --Prog Magazine (of band's first album)

“A wonderful combination of feel good tracks and narrative highs” --Distorted Sound

“Purely and simply an astounding piece of work on every level” --Maximum Volume

“British prog trio Kepler Ten have announced details of their forthcoming album ‘A New Kind of Sideways’, which serves as a comeback for the band, who released their highly acclaimed debut Delta-V in 2017.
A New Kind of Sideways is a semi-conceptual....


''One of our most important young American voices, Kernis writes music that draws on a crazy quilt of American cultural references. As the title implies, this is a compilation of the composer's lighter works.'' This is a CD+ release & includes an addit...

Michael Jaeger: Tenor Saxophone / Vincent Membrez: Piano, Prepared Piano / Luca Sisera: Bass / Norbert Pfammatter: Drums

"Kerouac plays with rhythms and sounds and spaces. A door within a door opens up into a new space of experience. And so...

Michael Jaeger: Tenor Saxophone / Greg Osby: Alto Saxophone / Philipp Schaufelberger: Guitar / Vincent Membrez: Piano, Prepared Piano / Luca Sisera: Bass / Norbert Pfammatter: Drums.

"Michael Jaeger keeps looking in the quartet KEROUAC w

“Kerrs Pink is a band whose beginnings date back to 1973, the first album was released in 1980. With their album "Mystic Spirit" they showed all their power and recorded great material. There have been many lineup changes throughout the band's history but surprisingly nothing has changed since the last album. Eirikur Hauksson (vocals), who is otherwise active in Magic Pie, as well as Hans Jørgen Kvisler (guitar), Per Langsholt (bass), Glenn Fosser (Hammond, Minimoog, accordion), Lasse Johansen (piano...

“This is Mike Kershaw’s fifth solo album. Mike has worked with the same core team as before - Gareth Cole(guitar) and Leopold Blue-Sky (Garden of Live Flowers - bass), with the addition of Stefan Hepe (Gandalf's Fist) drumming throughout - to create an album much darker and angrier than its predecessors, tackling themes of anxiety, paranoia, fear, and manipulation. BEM design maestro Brian Mitchell lends his design talent to the cover.
James R Turner of BEM says: "I’ve loved Mike’s work for many...

"Chronicles from imaginary places is certainly the album of the artistic maturity of the Kerygmatic Project. It is a well-structured work, fresh and dynamic, in which there are three well-built suites , as well as some well-done pieces . The basic idea that unites the various compositions is that of travel in the artistic imagination. A time machine that allows you to travel between present, past and future, through everyday reality to that envisioned by creative imagination. Classicism and...

Kerygmatic Project was born in 1998, created by Samuele Tadini, Danilo Nobili and Marco Campagnolo, with the purpose of composing original music that recover in style and construction the great British progressive rock tradition of the seventies and eighties, renewed tradition with a new key able to embrace different styles, so as to constitute an original sound well recognizable. The Kerygmatic Project compositions are affected, in fact, from the contributions of various genres taken by rock, pop, jazz...

Kerygmatic Project was born in 1998, created by Samuele Tadini, Danilo Nobili and Marco Campagnolo, with the purpose of composing original music that recover in style and construction the great British progressive rock tradition of the seventies and eighties, renewed tradition with a new key able to embrace different styles, so as to constitute an original sound well recognizable. The Kerygmatic Project compositions are affected, in fact, from the contributions of various genres taken by rock, pop, jazz...

Kessler is known as a jazz pianist, but this mid 70's multi-keyboard extravaganza features Fender Rhodes, acoustic piano, Hohner clavinet and flutes. This progressive/fusion oriented work is a little reminiscent to me of Teddy Lasry's or Benoit Wideman...

“Newcastle-based Kestrel's sole album contains melodic, quite song-oriented prog featuring Mellotron, and it can be compared to the likes of SPRING, FANTASY or CRESSIDA, and actually for the benefit of Kestrel whose mature songs have more 'kick' as there are pretty good guitar contributions too. With one exception, the music is composed by the guitarist Dave Black. Perhaps the idea of a cross between the classic GENESIS and the '68-'72 era MOODY BLUES wouldn't be totally out of place? There aren't the...

“One of the best albums to buy these days in terms of Abstract Jazz.”-a buyer’s comment

"Ever growing interest motivated by originality and class Keszler’s latest solo venture offers up a latticework of melodic percussion, drum set, and electro-acoustic instrumentation, built upon fragments of American abstraction, ancient scales, industrial percussion, and jazz-age film noir to achieve its feeling of imperial decay. Keszler’s instrumental performances are framed by panoramic recordings of.....

The below is the best ‘description’ I could find of this percussion / laptop oriented album. It doesn’t tell you how good it is, so I’m telling you how good it is! CD and vinyl have completely different covers!

“For more than a decade, experimental percussionist and sound artist Eli Keszler has dismantled the idea of what a drum can be and how it should sound. He’s done this on enormous scales, turning Boston’s Cyclorama building and a Louisiana water tower into makeshift monolithic instruments...


“Excellent 1976 private press acoustic album, self-recorded at various places in Colorado, and filled with beautiful finger style acoustic guitar, plus some atonal bottleneck slide, string scrapes and drones (at times, very Ry Cooder / “Paris, Texas” about six years before that soundtrack existed). Although almost completely instrumental, what lyrics there are tend towards the dark and the satiric. The obvious points of comparison are John Fahey and Leo Kottke, although Scott Key certainly has his own...

I got clued to this by my buddy Ken. This is an offshoot of the Dutch jazz/rock group Scope. Scope released two albums of instrumental progressive fusion that were released on Atlantic Records in Germany only. They have never been reissued on CD...

Good, rather unknown and unheralded jazz/rock originally from the Black Jazz label & released in 1974.

Whereas the earlier black jazz album Shawn-Neeq had its share of riff-based funk, Calvin Keys' second outing Proceed with Caution! (1974)...

In the beginning there was Uriel, which consisted of Steve Hillage (guitar and vocals), Dave Stewart (keyboards), Mont Campbell (bass) and Clive Brooks (drums). Steve left to go to school and the other three carried on as Egg. Then, while at university...


Ravaged by civil and geopolitical wars for over twenty years, Afghan culture, particularly the country's musical heritage, has risked complete annihilation...this music is practiced mainly in urban areas and has in the past had close ties with that of ...

"London-based multi-instrumentalist and one of Europe's finest saxophonists Sean Khan ventures to Rio de Janeiro to collaborate with iconic Brazilian polymath Hermeto Pascoal. Taking its title from the escaped slave settlement "Palmares" in the Northeast of Brazil during the 1600s, Palmares Fantasy is Khan's utopian jazz message for the world, and it features Azymuth drummer Ivan "Mamao" Conti, bassist Paulo Russo, guitarist Jim Mullen, and guest vocals from Brazilian chanteuse Sabrina Malheiros, and...

We are proud to present this live recording of Amjad Ali Khan, who is descended from a famous dynasty of sarod players. His live performances are unforgettable and it is under these circumstances that the depth and intensity of his unique style are bes...

"The release Shujaat Husain Khan’s Gayaki Ang marks an important new chapter in Felmay’s Indian classical music series. Not only is the artist one of the finest sitarists of the new generation, he’s also the son and disciple of the late great Ustad...


"Contemporaries of Pere Ubu and best known for their work with the Numbers Band, Bob and Jack Kidney were also key members of David Thomas' late '90s Mirror Man extravaganza. Early members of the Ohio generation - which included Rocket from the Tombs...

Considering that Burkina Faso musician Amadou Kienou hails from a family whose lineage includes several noted practitioners of the craft of the griot, its not surprising that his own music is much more than a mere percussive orgy. Kienou's musical trai...

Kievman is an iconoclastic composer of the post WWII generation, & this is his first work to be released on CD. It was commissioned to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Mozart's death. [New Albion]

Carla is the violinist and vocalist for Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, was previously in Charming Hostess and the Tin Hat Trio, and has also performed improvisationally based music with a wide range of artists. "Carla Kihlstedt is one of the most versatile...

"Violinist/vocalist Carla Kihlstedt (Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, 2 Foot Yard, Tin Hat, Cosa Brava), Bassist/Guitarist Shahzad Ismaily (Ceramic Dog, Secret Chiefs 3, 2 Foot Yard) and drummer/storyteller Mattias Bossi (Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Cosa...

Back in print; at least for a minute!
Masabumi Kikuchi was one of the greats in Japanese jazz for a long time. He recently died and to honor him, a number of his long out of print titles have been reissued; this is the first time that this album has been available on CD in at least 15 years!
He started as a accompanist on acoustic pianist in the 60s and then later launched a band and a solo career.

"By the late 70s Masabumi Kikuchi had pretty well settled into living in New York City...