Mega Blowout Sale

Fourth and final release by the original 10cc featuring Lol Creme and Kevin Godley, who left after this to work on the gizmo and make a name for themselves writing really smart and smart-ass pop music that didn't sell until they became early video producers and doing fine work in that arena.

Classic, classy stuff that could never happen now.

Third release by the original 10cc featuring Lol Creme and Kevin Godley, who left not too long after this to work on the gizmo and make a name for themselves writing really smart and smart-ass pop music that didn't sell until they became early video producers and doing fine work in that arena.

Classic, classy stuff that could never happen now. Yes, it has their ubiquitous pop hit. It was an amazing work; Watch this and be amazed...

Before the somewhat surprising reformation of King Crimson, if you wanted your fix of all things KC, you had to go to the Robert Fripp-approved tribute band, consisting of all ex members of Crimson, with the exception of Jakko, who was not an ex member, but is NOW a member, along with Mel Collins.
One thing for fans to note is that even though this is NOT King Crimson, they concentrate solely on the first four albums by King Crimson, as well as the closely related McDonald & Giles album!...

Before the somewhat surprising reformation of King Crimson, if you wanted your fix of all things KC, you had to go to the Robert Fripp-approved tribute band, consisting of all ex members of Crimson, with the exception of Jakko, who was not an ex member, but is NOW a member, along with Mel Collins.
One thing for fans to note is that even though this is NOT King Crimson, they concentrate solely on the first four albums by King Crimson, as well as the closely related McDonald & Giles album!...

"At this point it is pretty secure to say that A.C.T had established their own personal way to express their ideas.Their QUEEN-meet-ABBA-meet-DREAM THEATER style is fairly grounded on extremely dense and technical musicianship, which surprisingly contains numerous incredible, striking melodies. Elements of Classical Music, Heavy Metal, Rock Opera and cheesy Pop are combined with generosity and intelligence with most of the tracks being pretty short, but sometimes they are tightly connected to form...

"Jan Akkerman was my favorite overall guitarist and the most influential to me as a young guitarist growing up in the '60s and '70s. He did it all: electric, acoustic, classical, and even lute. His music (especially of the '70s) was harmonically rich...

This is a high-quality pirate edition of two never-reissued, very obscure Krautrock rarities, with ties to Can.

"His first two LPs from 1974 and 1976 on one CD, complete and with all original jacket artwork and lyrics. Now performs as Alex...

Now this is an interesting one, as it consists of the earliest surviving recordings (1967-1969) by Daevid and musicians after he ended up in Paris when he was denied re-entry into the UK following Soft Machine's summer sojourn to France. This was...

"This compact disc contains the full version of the 'Death Of Rock' EP, issued on Shangai Records in 1982. The other four tracks are all previously unreleased material."

"A charming poetic hodgepodge this, allowing the Gong shaman Daevid Allen...

This is a solo album from the period when Daevid was living in Australia and working solo. It was designed around Daevid's guitar and voice and some taped accompaniment from guests; it's also one of the earliest Voiceprint releases...

Limited edition of only 1,000 made.
"This Recording is Another from the Bananamoon Obscura Collection and features Old Friends Daevid Allen and Russell Hibbs Bouncing their Favourite Poems and Songs Backwards and Forwards as Only Friends Can in...

"This album and its companion first set prove that Warren Haynes of Government Mule was the best possible choice to take the Duane spot. Haynes shines all over this album, not in displaying his own style to the detriment of the great spirit of the Allmans but in synergizing with Betts and the rest of the group towards the greater goal of re-capturing the magical Allman's spirit.
He channels the spirit so well, he gets the rest of the band to remember what they were all about and feel it that much...

The classic, amazing 3rd album by the Allman’s that (a) made them and (b) set the template for jam bands for the next 45 years.

“Whereas most great live rock albums are about energy, At Fillmore East is like a great live jazz session, where the pleasure comes from the musicians' interaction and playing. The great thing about that is, the original album that brought the Allmans so much acclaim is as notable for its clever studio editing as it is for its performances. Producer Tom Dowd skillfully...

Still a fine album, but the band was reeling from the blow of Duane Allman’s death so soon after the success of Live At The Fillmore East....

“A tribute to the dearly departed Duane, Eat a Peach rambles through two albums, running through a side of new songs, recorded post-Duane, spending a full album on live cuts from the Fillmore East sessions, then offering a round of studio tracks Duane completed before his death. On the first side, they do suggest the mellowness of the Dickey Betts-led...

"This CD is an accurate representation of the Allman Brothers Band live at the Beacon Theater in NYC. I've been to the Beacon many times and can tell you that this is an excellent CD and it recreates the sonic qualities of the room, PA, etc. You have to remember that this is a LIVE recording and is not a studio CD. It captures the nuances of the live performance and the sound of the theater. The recording was mixed live by Bud and he did a heck of a job mastering the overall CD.
Greg's vocals are...

This release is by a Japanese duo that Alain of Soleil Zeuhl discovered. Yoshiyuki plays keyboards/synths/programming and Yoshihiro Yamaji plays guitar and bass. All of the drums are programmed, but they do a very good job of it, and this excellent...

"Probably the most pop-accessible of Laurie Anderson's recorded work, Mister Heartbreak features a number of stunning luminaries on the cutting edge of popular music at the time. Striking guitar work by King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew permeates....

"Laurie Anderson's third proper studio album, coming over five years after 1984's Mister Heartbreak (1986's Home of the Brave was a film soundtrack), is a near-total departure from anything she had done before or, indeed, anything she did after...

"The most famous French Progressive rock band of the Seventies reformed at the end of the Nineties around its original leader Christian Decamps, this time helped by young musicians. "La Voiture A Eau" was then recorded in 1999, followed four years late...

With the exception of the last three tracks on the album, the 'live' versions of all seven of the other songs, taken from the different studio albums, were constructed within the framework of a unified stylistics. Here, all of them are a bit more heavy...

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

"From 1971. A very strange 'paycheck' project for Conny Plank and Achim Reichel's Gorilla Musik production company. Wonderland-esque German rock with...

"...Reflektor, the Montreal collective's much anticipated fourth long-player and first double-album, moves the group even further from pop culture sanctification with a seismic yet impenetrable 13-track set (at 75 minutes it’s one minute over standard single disc capacity) that guts the building but leaves the roof intact. Going big was never going to be a problem, especially for a band so well-versed in the art of anthem husbandry, and they're still capable of shaking the rafters, as evidenced by the..

"After releasing many albums on his own Discus label, Martin Archer finally got a well-deserved chance to introduce his work to a slightly larger audience with Angel High Wires, released by La Cooka Ratcha. This project is a collaboration with poet...

This is uproarious Bulgarian wedding band music, ala Ivo Papposav, performed by Yasko & his crack outfit of alto sax, accordion, keyboards & drums.
If you've never heard Bulgarian wedding music, at its best, it sounds like polkas in insane, always changing time signatures, performed at speed-core tempo. This stuff simply must be heard to be believed! Terrific fun and unconditionally recommended.


''Yasko Argirov, master of clarinet, is a living legend in Bulgaria, but his fame, because...

Jazz as we know it today in all it's glorious and myriad forms AS WELL AS the root of much contemporary / popular music starts HERE!

"The most important musician of the century past has had a trumpet-load of retrospectives appear since...

"Formed 2005 when husband / wife folk duo of Tim and Julie Cole began recording with longtime friend and maverick experimental electronic composer Martin Archer, working with lyrics provided by Keith Jafrate. Work on the band's album has taken over...

For fans of early / mid 70s jazz/electric jazz, this set represents the best bargain in our entire inventory. Hugely recommended!
Horacee is a drummer and bandleader who released these two fine albums in the early 70s. Both are minor classics, imo and are presented here in complete form!
Tribes was originally released in 1972 and the first of his albums on Columbia. This is a very good album, although it should be mentioned that unlike his second release, Tales of the Exonerated Flea, this is more..

This album, recorded in Berlin, and originally released in 1977 on Virgin, marks the first time Manuel Gottsching used the name Ashra (as opposed to Ash Ra Tempel). This was also possibly the first time that the term "new age" was used on a record! It'...

One of the last of Kevin's classic 70s albums, this is newly remastered and expanded and overseen by Mark Powell.

"Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1974 solo album from the former Soft Machine member. Ayers' solo material reflected a folksier, lazier, and gentler turn than Soft Machine. He was often compared to Syd Barrett and is never less than enjoyable and original, veering from singalong ditties and pleasant, frothy Folk ballads to dissonant improvisation. This reissue of....

One of the greatest and certainly most fun releases of the US new wave scene of the late 70s. This was their first album and everything is in place; the Mosrite surf guitar sound, the rock-solid beat, the chirpy female vocals and Fred's deadpan delivery. Solid as a rock and ten times as much fun!

"Even in the weird, quirky world of new wave and post-punk in the late '70s, the B-52's' eponymous debut stood out as an original. Unabashed kitsch mavens at a time when their peers were either vulgar...

Their second album. It isn't quite as great as their first because you can't improve upon perfection, but it's still damn great.

"Conventional wisdom has it that all the B-52's' subsequent releases are highly inferior to their debut. While Wild Planet is not the rarefied wonder their first platter is, it's still darn good. The songs here are generally faster, tighter, and punchier than previously, though production values are not as wonderfully quirky and detailed; fewer songs here are as...

Was there a finer, more sophisticated (and successful!) pop composer in the 60s than Burt Bacharach? Maybe Jimmy Web gives him a run for his money, but he wasn't as ubiquitous as Burt was. Or as rhythmically nuts, while selling millions of copies!
This is Burt as a successful composer, but before he reached his pinnacle of his 60s work with Dionne Warwick.

"The advantages of Bacharach's personal supervision was evidenced by such memorable hits as Jerry Butler's 'Make It Easy On Yourself'...

The Bad Plus have been called a lot of things and whether or not you bought into the hype that surrounded this fine group when they burst on the scene as the last jazz signing to Sony (probably the last ever), the fact remains that they are a great...

The Bad Plus have been called a lot of things and whether or not you bought into the hype that surrounded this fine group when they burst on the scene as the last jazz signing to Sony (probably the last ever), the fact remains that they are a great...

Duck Baker is a highly regarded fingerstyle guitarist who is well versed in all the traditions one would expect from a 'fingerstyle guitarist'. But he's also a knowledgeable fan of and performer of free music styles and this is his first-ever release in that idiom. This guy is a master.

"I have played free jazz for over forty years and made records for over thirty, so it might seem strange that this is my recording debut in this style. A few bits and pieces have come out here and there; tracks...

"Esoteric Antenna are pleased to announce the release of the eagerly awaited new studio album by John Lees Barclay James Harvest - "North". The album (featuring all new material) draws on the fine musical heritage of Barclay James Harvest whilst...

50% off the regular price, while they last!

"Finally available again in the usual deluxe papersleeve edition and one bonus track, the debut CD of acclaimed keyboarder Luciano Basso. This is a highly appreciated instrumental effort, being cited by "The Billboard Guide to Progressive Music" as one of the best-ever examples of classically-influenced progressive rock, comparing it to the work of such renowned bands as Focus, Clearlight and even Pink Floyd. Voci is one of the few (and probably the...

"Franco Battiato was an Italian pop singer who for a span in the 70s made a string of very experimental albums that fit very roughly in the vein of groups such as Opus Avantra or Pierrot Lunaire.
Battiato on all of these titles (and beyond) set out to create completely new musical forms, and evolved from strange pop and rock realms to systemic and minamalist music before returning to pop music."-Expose/Mike McLatchey.

Battiato's music can jump from neo classical to Italian progressive rock (somewhere between Sensations Fix and Le Orme) to space rock like Gong and on to bizarre tape collages with narration. It all adds up to a fascinating and innovative album with mo...

"Sulle Corde Di Aries was Battiato's third release and showed his fascination for electronic, minimalist and systemic musics. As such, it is quite similar to Pollution except much more electronic based and with a more definitive style. There are also a lot of modern classical strains coming through here and a great spacey feel again reminding me of Sensations Fix or Gong at times. A simply fascinating album."-Expose/Mike McLatchey.

"...there was a time when i would have had to have had this but to all intents and purposes it is an unpleasant listen of bizarre ambient noises and early synth sounds. for completists only I feel."-J.M. Edwards

"The term 'cybernetic music' had been coined shortly after World War 2 by Louis Barron, a pioneer in the early field of electronic sound generation and "musique-concrete", whose special focus was the parallel between natural and electronic behaviours ~ cybernetics! Together with his wife.

"Perhaps best known as the last adventure (until he came back a couple of times, as doctors tend to do) of the fifth Doctor, The Caves of Androzani featured an eerie and intense soundtrack that's well worth looking into on its own merits. Composed by Roger Limb, the serial's electronic score is the stuff of classic science fiction, with ethereal synthesizers creating a chilling soundscape to act as the backdrop for Peter Davison's terminal outing. Given the show's history with pioneering electronic music...

The two volumes of the Beatles BBC recordings presents the band in their early performing prime, mostly recorded live to mono in great sound and in a very direct way that their studio recordings didn't present. They show what an extraordinary BAND they...

Classic loud and heavy album by Jeff Beck (one of Jeff's heaviest) with the rhythm section of Vanilla Fudge.


What a guitarist! What a band! (Just Terry Bozzio-drums and Tony Hymas on keyboards! That's all!)
After a long time away, Jeff came back with this one in the late 80s; I remember seeing him do the song "Sling Shot" which is on here with this band...

"This is as fine a modern guitar record as you are ever going to hear."-Thom Jurek

"There and Back, Jeff Beck's first new studio album in four years, found him moving from old keyboard partner Jan Hammer (three tracks) to new one Tony Hymas (five), which turned out to be the difference between competition and support. Hence, the...

"Jeff Beck has never shied away from following trends, at least as far as the musical styles he uses to back up his signature guitar sound. Back in 1969, in a sleeve note on Beck-Ola, he noted that he hadn't come up with "anything totally original,"...

The 2nd of the three 'fusion' albums released by Beck in the mid 70s, while in thrall to the Mahavishnu Orchestra, which was a surprising but very satisfying path for a 'rock' guitarist to go down. And he did it with class and style. A classic!

"Released in 1976, Jeff Beck's Wired contains some of the best jazz-rock fusion of the period. Wired is generally more muscular, albeit less-unique than its predecessor, Blow by Blow. Joining keyboardist Max Middleton, drummer Richard Bailey, and producer..