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"Re-issue of the music for the classic Australian surf movie filmed by Paul Witzig in 1971, starring Wayne Lynce, Nat Young and Ted Spencer. Filmed in Australia, Mauritius, South Africa, Oahu and Kauai. The music was all written & performed by a...

"The first-ever reissue of the self-titled debut album by Sydney's famed prog-psych giants, Tully. Originally released in June 1970, Tully is the final release in Chapter's series of Tully reissues, which takes in surf soundtrack Sea Of Joy (1971)...

"Recorded live on tour with The Humans in October 2007, this album captures Pat Mastelotto and Markus Reuter in raw and powerful performances full of heavy grooves, harmonic tension and wierd samples and moods. M T (Estonian for Myth) is a fully...

"Tunnels has spent the last year touring extensively and this recording is a reflection of this intense touring schedule. After three studio recordings, it made sense to put together a live album, as the spontaneity in performance is the true spirit of...

"Tunnels is a world class jazz-rock fusion outfit formed in 1992. Hailed as one of the best in the genre, its core members, vibraphonist Marc Wagnon, bassist Percy Jones (a 70s fusion pioneer himself and co-founder of the British group Brand X) and dru...

"Tunnels went back to its first line-up as a trio (Percy Jones, fretless bass, Marc Wagnon, midi vibes, Frank Katz, drums) and invited a couple of guests, guitarist John Goodsall from Brand X, and violinist Mark Feldman, who is one of the foremost play...

This 1993 album was the first Tunnels album. "Percy Jones has been on the cutting edge for so long, it's a wonder he hasn't been sliced to ribbons by now. Undeterred by commercial considerations, he keeps forging ahead, adding more and more weapons...

Eduardo Raon harp, electronics & daxophone
Joana Sá piano & idiophones
Luís André Ferreira cello & electronics
Luís José Martins classical guitar, electronics
Nuno Aroso percussion & sampling

"Five musicians came together to create a place where new dynamics of performance and musical creation materialize – the Turbamulta (a Portuguese word we could translate as "rowdy mob"). Each instrument, an original, individual voice magnified by new sound production techniques, existing

"Swedens own Linda Perhacs. This is a compilation with songs from her three first albums as well as from the album "Flow Soma". Five songs from her debut "Vittras Visor". Nine songs from "Bilder". Six songs from "Tredje Dagen" and one song from "Flow...


Saadet Türköz:Voice
Karsiga Ahmediyar Dombra on 2, 3, 6, 10
Sayan Akmolda Kilkobuz, Dombra on 1, 5, 7, 8, 13
Talgat Mushik Sazsirnay, Shankobuz, Sibizgi on 5, 8
Selim Kerey Sidiyik Dombra on 9, 11, 12
Mamer Rayeskhan Dombra on 1

SAADET TÜRKÖZ Voice, Lyrics
ELLIOTT SHARP Analog Synthesizers, Bass Clarinet, Glissentar

“Saadet Türköz's Influences spread far and wide. Born in 1961, the singer grew up on the Bosporus where Europe and Asia meet. Her ancestors were nomads who migrated from Semey to Kazakhstan to East Turkestan from where they fled via India and Pakistan to Istanbul. But Istanbul, international city, modern metropolis and history-laden cultural crucible, is not the only place to be influenced.
In her...


Where did rock 'n' roll exactly begin? No one can definitively say, but certainly the proto rock/R&B tracks collected here have as much right to claim being the beginning as anything out there! Joe and band rock 'n' stomp 'n' burn!...

"The return of the thunder rider! Hawkwind co-founder Nik Turner teleports back to Earth for this album featuring guest appearances by Hawkwind alumni! Includes the emotional single "End Of The World" with former Hawkwind/Pink Fairies member Paul Rudolph, the spacey "Why Are You?" and other tracks that feature powerhouse violinst Simon House (Hawkwind/David Bowie/Third Ear Band). Turner plays saxophones, flute, sings and is a composer. While with Hawkwind, Turner was known for his experimental free jazz...

Space / prog / jazz rock sounds from Nik Turner who may actually be upholding the proud Hawkwind banner at this point better than Hawkwind! Or at least as well! This is a surprisingly good release.

"Hawkwind co-founder Nik Turner returns with his most ambitious, musically adventurous album to date, all new recordings that blend jazz, fusion, space rock, and psych into a cacophonous orgasm of interstellar ecstasy!

Joining Turner on this wild ride is some of the most gifted and...

“Brand new album, now available on CD for the first time, from the legendary producer who has teamed up with the equally illustrious former Hawkwind member. This fearless Space Rock meets Motorick Komishe Psyche masterpiece first saw the light of day at Glastonbury 2017 and 2019, invited by snooker legend and prog rock obsessive Steve Davis to create an all star jam session hinged around Hawkwind founder Nik Turner and ably assisted by various ex members of Hawkwind and focused through the psychedelic...

"Soleilmoon Recordings is proud to release Simon Fisher Turner's epic new soundtrack to Herbert Ponting's silent film The Great White Silence. The film, shot in 1911, is a documentary on Captain Robert F. Scott and his team's doomed attempt to be the...

Turning Point was the mid /late 70s band led by bassist Jeff Clyne, formed after he and keyboardist Brian Miller left Isotope after Isotope's first album (incidently, Brian had written ALL the material for that first Isotope album!). Adding vocalist Pepi Lemer, saxist Dave Tidball (saxes) and Paul Robinson (drums), they came up with their own jazz-rock sound and created two albums which are reissued here for the very first time and it's nice to such fusion obscurities once again visible and done so well!...

Stanley Turrentine-tenor sax
Horace Parlan-piano
George Tucker-bass
Al Harewood-drums

“A whole batch of reviews ranging from enthusiastic to ecstatic, and I agree with virtually every word of them. Turrentine was an absolute master of his horn, with a blues feeling inherent, and absolutely natural, in everything he played. A most beautiful ballad player and a man capable of playing at length without ever flagging or becoming boring, he had a rich, full tone and a natural swing. In..

"This is a just a great album to listen to. Weird and wonderful music, executed with joy and precision. There's a lot of power in this music, but it's delivered with such frivolous confidence that you barely notice there's a giant in the room. And as...

"The Turtle Island String Quartet has the chops, the guts, the soul, the spirit, and the taste to take on the musical legacy of John Coltrane -- what more could anyone want? One of the great soloists, composers, and bandleaders in jazz history...

"A stellar recording and achievement."-Andy Summers

"Have You Ever Been...? explores and celebrates the legacy of guitar rock icon Jimi Hendrix in grand TIQ style. At the peak of his creative powers in the late 1960s, Jimi Hendrix redefined the potential of not only the guitar but the entire genre of rock. Armed with an unprecedented combination of technical skills and compositional insight, he drew a blueprint that continues to challenge guitarists in particular and musicians of all stripes...

disc 1
Mike Osborne
Outback
disc 2
Howard Riley
Flight
disc 3
John Taylor
Pause, And Think Again

This is three FABULOUS albums from the golden era of UK jazz, released from the masters officially for the first time and with a huge booklet, filled with tons of info and interviews with the musicians and Peter Eden.

"Between 1968-72 Peter Eden produced 20 albums across the broad church of progressive British jazz. It was a unique golden era for jazz-bas

"Curiously, the Norwegian prog-folkies’ fifth album – their “first for (and with) children”– comes recommended to fans of Van der Graaf and Crimson, so it’s something of a shock to encounter a set of proglite Euro-ditties featuring an Oslo school kiddie choir. The title means Urban Wildlife but the three men dressed in squirrel, badger and crow outfits on the cover should’ve warned something gruesome was afoot. The band say the (Norwegian-sung) lyrics for the two school musicals here are attacking the...

This group emerged from Norway a couple of years ago with their first album, Underjordisk Tusmørke, which got a lot of enjoyment here and also with the public.

The group now returns with a re-tooled lineup and a second album. You can hear a lot..

This group emerged from Norway a couple of years ago with their first album, Underjordisk Tusmørke, which got a lot of enjoyment here and also with the public.

The group now returns with a re-tooled lineup and a second album. You can hear a lot..

I was going to write about how much I enjoyed this album and I have written that now, but my buddy Ken Golden wrote a terrific review and I've decided to steal his - having said that, I agree with everything he wrote. People who love the sound...

Brian Devoil: drums
Geoff Mann: vocals
Clive Mitten: bass & keyboards
Andy Revell: guitar
Rick Battersby: keyboards

Smiling At Grief was recorded at Woodcray Manor Farm Studios, Berkshire in November 1981, and released on cassette in 1982.

“TWELFTH NIGHT’s 1982 Smiling At Grief album was the first music released with new vocalist, Geoff Mann. With the 40th anniversary arriving in 2022, it was decided to celebrate Smiling At Grief by releasing a ‘brand-new’ version, by

Luis Vicente trumpet / John Dikeman tenor saxophone / Wilbert De Joode double bass / Onno Govaert drums.

"Few jazzmen from Portugal have the opportunity to play with foreign musicians like Portuguese trumpeter Luís Vicente. After collaborations with the brothers Théo and Valentin Ceccaldi, Johannes Bauer, Jorrit Dijkstra, Akira Sakata, Giovanni di Domenico, Jasper Stadhouders, Roberto Negro and Mette Rasmussen, among others, in “Live at Zaal 100” we find him in the company of the Amsterdam-based...

"In May 1972 Twenty Sixty Six And Then met first time and decided to found a band. Day and night they rehearsed and filed on their sound in their residence in Mannheim.
A journalist at that time wrote, "Dominating in their music is a dynamic, which is regulatory in the developing harmonies in the complex structured arrangements. When the musicians sometimes get lost in old hard rock stereotypes they kept enough distance to the sounds, to prove their intents with detailed inserted alienation." ...

Wonderful, wonderful cover illustration by Kim Deitch!

“Sympathy for the Beast, the new album by Twink and the Technicolour Dream, is based on the wonderfully imaginative poetical works of Aleister Crowley, whose natural and intrinsic musical quality Twink and the Technicolour Dream have tried to intensify with their psychedelic musical drive, using sections of the original poems as lyrics for their songs or narrations for their musical backgrounds.
Jon Povey has given a significant...

Reut Regev - trombone, electronics
Igal Foni - drums, percussion

“After over two decades of musical collaboration and shared life, we are happy to finally present our first duo release. Recorded in intimate studio settings right before the pandemic, and then amended over the lockdown in our home studio.
Music is what brought us together in the first place, and it remains central in our shared life. We hope you enjoy our musical moments.”

Like the similarly obscure Sixty-Nine, Twogether were a keyboards/drums duo. This 1973 release is incredibly rare, basically unknown private pressing. Yet, as always, not only did Garden of Delights reissue this, but they include their non lp single....

A classic ESP release, recorded January 2, 1967. This is the second of Tyler's two ESP releases and is probably the more original and better of the two. Tyler was best known as a sideman to Albert Ayler, but this is an interesting album as it pits his alto sax against 3 string players: David Baker-cello, Brent McKesson-bass and Kent Brinkley-bass!

"This 1967 recording by the avant-garde saxophonist -- his second for ESP-Disk -- features Tyler on alto sax with accompaniment from David Baker...

"Highly inventive kraut / psych album (heavy on the “psych”) related to Eulenspygel. Originally released in 1975, “Sexphonie” offers a mix of acid-rock, hard-psych, polit-rock and progressive / folky sounds with some eastern influences. Great studio production and outstanding guitar playing courtesy of Teflon Fonfara (who once blew up Camel’s PA system with his tape and delay guitar effects!). Tyll was formed when Teflon was approached by Kerston Records with the intention of releasing a krautrock album...

"A reissue of Tyndall's Durch Die Zeiten, originally released in 1983. Having successfully released three albums, the Berlin-based electronic duo Tyndall fell out so badly with one another in 1983 that they ended up splitting the fourth album in two, taking a side each. Jürgen Krehan's half showcases his customarily nimble synth-pop, as well as several pieces influenced by classical music. Rudi Langer launches into celestial revelry on the other side, underpinned here and there by a driving beat...

"A reissue of Tyndall's third album, Reflexionen, originally released in 1982. The third Tyndall album is less experimental than the electronic duo's previous work from 1981 Traumland. The songs, featuring vocoder vocals, are more clearly structured into verses and choruses, the arrangements more considered. Stylistically, Reflexionen is a mix of synth-pop and electronic krautrock, at times not a million miles away from the early works of Andreas Dorau. More so than on their preceding instrumental...

"Tyndall's debut album, Sonnenlicht, originally released in 1980 on Sky Records. The two electronic sonic inventors Jürgen Krehan and Rudolf Langer founded Tyndall in the year 1980, naming their duo after a light scattering phenomenon in physics. Armed with an impressive array of instruments, devices, and home-made synthesizers, they created free and easy electronic music in the style of the Berlin School (Berliner Schule), much to the liking of the legendary Sky Records who released their debut album...

"A reissue of Tyndall's second album Traumland, originally released in 1981 on Sky Records. The electronic sonic inventors Tyndall pulled out all the stops for their second album. Armed with an impressive array of analog synthesizers, they unleashed the full force of their experimentalist ambitions, weaving synth pop, repetitive bass patterns, laminar sounds, and carefree melodies into a unique amalgam of the Düsseldorf and Berlin Schools. Traumland was released a year after their debut effort...

McCoy Tyner – piano
Freddie Hubbart – trumpet, flugelhorn
Avery Sharpe – bass
Louis Hayes – drums

“In 1986 master trumpeter Freddie Hubbard was on stage at the "Fabrik" as a guest performer joining the trio of one of the leading pianists of contemporary jazz: McCoy Tyner, whose extremely powerful touch always added a highly energized percussive quality to his virtuous performance. McCoy Tyner passed away in March 2020. The recordings from 1986 (he was 58 back then) show him at...



Impulse! Is celebrating their 50th anniversary with several re-issues including a collection of “2-fers," two albums on one compact disc.

"This set combines two of pianist McCoy Tyner's early-'60s LPs for Impulse! Records, 1962’s Inception...

This includes the six Impulse albums:
Inception
Reaching Fourth
Nights of Ballads & Blues
Today and Tomorrow
Live At Newport
Plays Ellington

“Also included as part of this collection, is a rare, previously unreleased recording of a jam session undertaken by members of John Coltrane's group in Munich in 1961, led by Eric Dolphy on bass clarinet and McCoy Tyner on piano. This unique and rarely heard recording also featured Reggie Workman on bass, Mel Lewis on drums.”...

"This cd is a showcase for the younger McCoy Tyner's compositional and improvisational styles. It captures this master musician at a crossroads between the harder core modal music that he had been recording with John Coltrane a few years earlier and...

"Digitally re-mastered MONO edition of this album from Marc Bolan's early version of T. Rex. Originally released in 1968 and produced by Tony Visconti, the second Tyrannosaurus Rex album Prophets, Seers & Sages: The Angels of the Ages firmly cemented Marc Bolan and Steve Peregrin Took as darlings of the London hippie/underground subculture and contained early Bolan classics such as 'Debora robed', 'Salamanda Palaganda' and 'Consuela'."

"Blue" Gene Tyranny's debut album Out of the Blue - newly remastered with original cover art - which was among the first to releases on Lovely Music in 1978 alongside Robert Ashley Private Parts, David Behrman On the Other Ocean, Jon Hassell Vernal Equinox, Meredith Monk Key, and Peter Gordon Star Jaws.
Disarmingly direct, funky, and profound, Out of the Blue is an equanimous, wide-open exploration of Tyranny's musical world: equal parts song cycle, tone poem, keyboard fantasia, and avant-garde pop...

“Trust in Rock documents the last evening of an epic concert series held at Berkeley's University Art Museum in November 1976, featuring an all-star ensemble of the Bay Area's most unclassifiable musicians performing works by "Blue" Gene Tyranny and Peter Gordon. This band, and this concert, played at the nexus of New Music, jam bands, "pattern music," and punk.
Tyranny had quit Iggy Pop's band in 1973; Gordon had already moved to New York and began playing with Arthur Russell and Rhys Chatham....

“Recorded between 1963-2019, Degrees Of Freedom Found is a six CD set "Blue" Gene Tyranny hand selected from archival, live recordings, and brand new first recordings before his passing in 2020.
Part new album, part retrospective, this box offers a fresh perspective on "Blue" Gene Tyranny's musical legacy. Blue's career defining moment, composing the music for Robert Ashley's magnum opus, Perfect Lives, typifies the Buddha-like self-effacement of his musical life.
Often lending a substantial...