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Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue.

"Arachnoid's only album is an amazing opus from 1978 that combined the strengths of other French symphonic groups like Shylock and Ange into a darkly futuristic and aggressive blend. Another...

All new, never played,30 year old stock!
Jean-Pascal Boffo is a guitarist who was the leader of a zeuhl band called Troll. When the Musea label first started up in 1985, their first two releases were this album and the first Shub Niggurath album! Quite a start!
This album got a lot of acclaim in its day for its acoustic guitar-styled, instrumental progressive rock, obviously influenced by the best of Steve Hackett's solo work as well as "The Geese and The Ghost" by Anthony Phillips, but which...

Reasonably well known and well thought of 'proto-progressive' French album originally recorded in early 1972.

"Ergo Sum is a French progressive rock band based in Aix-En-Provence, led by singer Lionel Ledissez and flute player Jean Guerin. The unique (and highly sought after) album issued by this line-up, "Mexico" (1972), is now reissued and accompanied by a complete biography and bonus tracks. It's still full of the energy and youthfulness of the early Seventies. This music is based on tortured...

Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue with the striking cover art!

Etron Fou were one of the premier French avant/progressive bands from 1974-1986, & a founding member of R.I.O. This reissues the Etron's 1st album, from early 1977...

Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue of a stone classic of the early and original R.I.O. movement and this documents the first foray of any of those bands to the shores of the USA!

Etron Fou were one of the premier French avant...

Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue of a stone classic of the early and original R.I.O. movement.

Etron Fou were one of the premier French avant/progressive bands from 1974-1986, & a founding member of R.I.O. This reissues the...

Great to see this relic from the very early 70s reappear on vinyl ("...all selections were written and composed by Dashiell Hedayat on Autumn 69...and finally recorded at Strawberry Studio on May 1971. Warning: This record must be played as loud as possible, must be heard as stoned as impossible and thank you everybody.").
Originally released 1971 on the rare and collectable Shandar label, this was the work of French writer Jack-Alain Leger, who released an 1969 collectable album under the name...

Denis Barbier – flutes
Pierre-Jean Gidon – tenor & soprano sax
Olivier Hutman – piano, electric piano
Jean-Marie Laumonnier – double bass, electric bass
Jean-Philippe Lobrot – drums
Mino Cinelu – percussion

This is the first time that this one-and-done French jazz rock rarity has ever been reissued in any form!
This is Euro-styled progressive electric jazz; perhaps a bit comparable to Missus Beastly.

“Originally released in 1976, Moravagine (including 3 membe

The 2nd of two albums by this early (1970-72) French progressive/Canterbury styled band.

"A full half of the songs on this, their second album, are completely instrumental, and those that are not have a clear instrumental focus.
The band was the four-piece of Gerard Pons (drums), Didier Thibault (bass), Gerard Bertram (guitars and vocals) and Maurice Helmlinger (trumpet, saxes, flute and hammond organ); in addition, guests contribute trombone, bassoon, vibes and backing vocals...

Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue of a stone classic of wacky, early 80s electro-wave with the fantastic Mark Beyer cover!

Ptose were a great, some Residents inspired electro-band from France in the 70s. This was their only...

While they last, this is $7.00 off the regular price!

Written by Gilbert Artman (Lard Free, Urban Sax), Quad Sax is a miniature distillation of the ideas of Urban Sax; 4 saxophones playing spacey, hocket- riddled music with some percussives.
This is the only material available at non-collector prices of Artman's fantastic Urban Sax style music, so even though it doesn't quite reach the heights of Urban Sax, due to the much smaller lineup, it's still pretty necessary.

“An early-70's French entry with strong Magma links.It all started in late-60's, when keyboardist Jean-Pol Asseline and drummer Thierry Blanchard played with bassist Gerard Prévost, future member of Zao, and participated in several Jazz-linked concerts, before deciding to form a regular band. Asseline and Blanchard were joined by organist Alain Monier, bassist Serge Lenoir and sax player Alain Hatot, forming Guige. They were rehearsing at Monier's family basement and were discovered by CBS, signing a...

First of two much enjoyed & sought after instrumental symphonic rock releases by this guitar/bass, keyboards & drums trio. Their sound was obviously influenced by King Crimson (guitarist Frdrick L'Epe later went on to found & lead Philharmonie, a very King Crimson influenced band), and, in turn, they are obvious influences on some of the modern symphonic rock bands, especially Anglagard. This is comprised of two long tracks & a 3rd short track. If you are exploring classic 1970's French progressive...

Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue with gatefold sleeve!

"Formed from two former Magma members: Yochk'o Seffer (Saxophone) and Franois, Faton" Cahen (Piano)", Zao proposes through its albums a fusion of rock, jazzHungarian folk...