Nurse With Wound List

This is a really great one, Krautrock fans. Don't miss this, which is somewhat unusual in the oeuvre and one of the late period great ones!

"Dieter Moebius and Conny Plank got to know each other through their work on Cluster's 1971 album and remained close friends until Plank's death in 1987. They made a congenial pair as musicians, as amply demonstrated by their first album as a duo, Rastakraut Pasta, originally released on Sky Records in 1980.

On this album, drums, electric guitars...

"With Asmus Tietchens and Dieter Moebius, two artists counting among the greats of German avant-garde electronic music have come together. Both have been active for well over 30 years: Moebius (since 1970) as a member of Kluster/Cluster and Harmonia...

"17 years after Other Places, a sophomore album from these innovative musicians. Dieter Moebius (Kluster, Cluster, Harmonia), Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru) and Jürgen Engler (Male, Die Krupps) got back together to carry on exactly where they left off in...

"Improvisation was and still is the magic word in jazz and live electronica. Transforming spontaneous ideas in real time, listening and reacting immediately to one another -- these are the signs of truly vibrant collaboration. If the musicians can also...

"Many brightly shining planets orbit the twin central star of Cluster (Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius). To be clear: as soloists Roedelius and Moebius have long since worked with all kinds of musicians whose congenial contributions add even...

"Dieter Moebius -- half of the legendary duo Cluster and the godfather of electronic krautrock -- passed away in the summer of 2015. In 2016, Bureau B begins rereleasing his final four solo albums, starting with his 1999 album Blotch. Moebius's most famous collaboration is, of course, the "long-term project" Cluster with Hans-Joachim Roedelius, which existed from 1969 until 2010 (with some lengthy breaks). The duo existed in changing formations involving such legendary colleagues as Conny Plank, Michael...

I wrote this 8 years ago, so some information has since come to light about this album; see below. Mega-rare, 1974 US indie release gains a legitimate reissue in Japan. There's almost no information about this album anywhere, including in the CD...

Released in 1984, this was the final recording the made as "A. More/Anthony More" (and his last solo album), this was his last 'indie rock' release of the late 70s/early 80s.

Moore was a classical composer, doing very avant garde/minimal music...

Live tracks and etc from the Mothers. Some of this has previously appeared on boots and some of it hasn't. Overall excellent sound quality. I know, I know, but I couldn't resist this one. Rest in peace Jimmy, Motorhead and Frank. 140 gram vinyl. Clear...

Very good quality, prime-period bootleg (some distortion, but otherwise, very solid for the era) of the Mothers, recorded by Don Preston from the stage, playing a set during their mid/late prime on a show that only recently surfaced...

Very good quality, prime-period bootleg (some distortion, but otherwise, very solid for the era) of the Mothers, recorded by Don Preston from the stage, playing a set during their mid/late prime on a show that only recently surfaced.

"This superb set documents The Mothers Of Invention's appearance at the 1968 Schaefer Music Festival, sponsored by the Schaefer Brewing Company and held at the Wollman Skating Rink in New York City's Central Park. In exchange for $4,000 and what the contract...

“Digitally remastered and expanded three CD set. Consider this the Uncle Meat deluxe edition! You get the original 1969 vinyl album mix restored and remastered on CD for the first time, plus loads upon loads of vault tracks from the studio and a few from the stage. But the real gems are the unreleased mix outtakes of "Zolar Czackl," "Electric Aunt Jemima," "Mr. Green Genes" and "Dog Breath Variations;" the single stereo version of "Dog Breath;" multiple variations of "King Kong;" the normal speed guitar...

Moving Gelatine Plates were a surrealistically named, early (1970-1972) French progressive/Canterbury styled band. They released two good albums 'back in the day' and then broke up. Now, 35 years later, leader Didier Thibault has formed a new, 7 piece ...

"The MEV group was formed in September 1966 by Alvin Curran, Richard Teitelbaum, Frederic Rzewski, Allen Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Ivan Vandor, and Jon Phetteplace. In the beginning they performed compositions by themselves and others which involved...

"This 4-CD set, covering the years 1967–2007, comprises the best surviving recorded documents from four decades of performances, personally curated by its three core members—Alvin Curran, Frederic Rzewski, and Richard Teitelbaum. As such, it is an...

"In the fall of 1966 a group of composers that included Frederic Rzewski, Alvin Curran, Allen Bryant, Jon Phetteplace, Giuseppe Chiari and Richard Teitelbaum organized 'Avanguardia Musicale I', a festival of several consecutive nights at the Accademia...



First release by this long lived German band who may even still be active today (I can not begin to imagine how bad their records are these days if they are still at it, but nonetheless, they may still be doing it). But this early work, from 1971, and ...

First release by this long lived German band who may even still be active today (I can not begin to imagine how bad their records are these days if they are still at it, but nonetheless, they may still be doing it). But this early work, from 1971, and ...

"Quasar was recorded in 1980, a completely harmonious blend of groove, analog synthie work and Krautrock. Similar to the former combatants Tangerine Dream or Klaus Schulze, Kaske had found his way. A successful way until today. "Quasar" appeared on the...

5{isingly reasonable sounding (but still of quite good bootleg quality only) document of Mythos right around the end of their great period. And it's a very good performance too. There were albums that came later, but we don't really want to...

Bargain price on the 2nd album by this Italian fusion quartet of tenor sax/electric sax/vocals, Fender Rhodes piano, bass & drums/percussion. There is a definite Italian slant to their take on fusion; I don't know exactly how to put it into words, but ...

Collector's item. This CD is still in the original blister pack and has never been opened or played. A quick bit of background for those not in the know: In August of 1991, SST Records released an overpriced single by Negativland called U2, featurin...

All 3 motorik classics by this fabulous German duo of Klaus Dinger & Michael Rother (both fresh from their short stint in Kraftwerk 1971). Guitars, bass, simple electronics & drumming all combine into stunning trance classics. Nicely & newly remastered...

All 3 motorik classics by this fabulous German duo of Klaus Dinger & Michael Rother (both fresh from their short stint in Kraftwerk 1971). Guitars, bass, simple electronics & drumming all combine into stunning trance classics. Nicely & newly remastered...

The third and last motorik classic by this fabulous German duo of Klaus Dinger & Michael Rother (both fresh from their short stint in Kraftwerk 1971). Guitars, bass, simple electronics & drumming all combine into stunning trance classics...

The third and last motorik classic by this fabulous German duo of Klaus Dinger & Michael Rother (both fresh from their short stint in Kraftwerk 1971). Guitars, bass, simple electronics & drumming all combine into stunning trance classics...

All 3 motorik classics by this fabulous German duo of Klaus Dinger & Michael Rother (both fresh from their short stint in Kraftwerk 1971). Guitars, bass, simple electronics & drumming all combine into stunning trance classics. Nicely & newly remastered...

"There were three great beats in the 70 s: Fela Kuti s Afrobeat, James Brown s Funk, and Klaus Dinger's NEU!"-Brian Eno

"NEU! 86 was recorded and mixed between October 1985 and April 1986 at Grandfunk Studio, Düsseldorf, Germany, Dinerland...

All 3 motorik classics by this fabulous German duo of Klaus Dinger & Michael Rother (both fresh from their short stint in Kraftwerk 1971). Guitars, bass, simple electronics & drumming all combine into stunning trance classics. Nicely & newly remastered...

The third album by Nico and another classic of its cold, undefinable type. From 1970, it's just Nico on voice and harmonium and John Cale on pianos and strings and other instruments at just the right times. [Reprise]

The third album by Nico and another classic of its cold, undefinable type. From 1970, it's just Nico on voice and harmonium and John Cale on pianos and strings and other instruments at just the right times.

"This 1970 Reprise Records album...

Nico's fourth and final great studio album, remastered and hugely expanded. Great arrangements and performances by John Cale, who brought along Brian Eno and Phil Manzanera to perform as well. This has tons of great, previously unavailable, solo BBC...

The second album by Nico and a classic of its cold, undefinable type, especially considering it was released in 1968! John Cale's arrangements rule too. Very nicely remastered and it even includes a bonus, never before heard track! "The Marble Index is...

Reissue from the master tapes of this truly 'out music' classic, released in a limited edition of 500 copies!

"One of very few indie label releases on Spin Magazine's list of 100 top counter-cultural music, ahead of legends like Mulatu Astatke...

A collection of rehearsal tapes, live tapes and outtakes by this German band, from 1971-1975. Over 35' comes from 1971-1972, the time of their 1st album and their best period, but there also includes some work from the time of their 3rd album, Only The...

"Amongst the most obscure of Krautrock bands, due to being so early and on an unlikely label. In their early days they were fronted by guitarist/vocalist Michael Winzkowski (who went on to Epsilon), but apart from that, nothing is known of their...

"One of the killer albums from the German underground. Nosferatu has always been a big ticket item on the collector's scene and with good reason. Raw, high energy outbursts of organ, guitar, flute and sax - it is a mix of progressive and hard rock...

“Recorded concurrently with John Lennon's Plastic Ono Band album, Yoko's features the same musicians, namely John, Ringo Starr, and Klaus Voormann along with the Ornette Coleman Quartet on one cut.
Unlike John's record, however, Yoko's is much more a "jam"-sounding record. And while there are definite songs, lyrics are mainly vocal improvisations. Still, if avant-garde is your cup of tea, then check this one out. It's good, if only to hear John Lennon really get the guitar cranking on the opening...

Led by keyboardist/composer Alfred Tisocco, this also features a vocalist, flute, violins, cello, drums & percussion (by Toni Esposito). This was their first album. "For the more avant-garde of the Gibraltar readers, Opus Avantra are more avant-garde t...

Led by keyboardist/composer Alfred Tisocco, this also features vocalists, flute, guitar, violins, cello & drums. This was their second album album. "For the more avant-garde of the Gibraltar readers, Opus Avantra are more avant-garde than most. They co...

Classic third and final (and best!) album by this German band, who released this one in 1972.

"Existing for ten years or so, Out Of Focus were amongst the finest of German rock fusion bands. Formed in late 1968 in Munich, they rapidly...

Classic third and final (and best!) album by this German band, who released this one in 1972.

"Existing for ten years or so, Out Of Focus were amongst the finest of German rock fusion bands. Formed in late 1968 in Munich, they rapidly...

Classic second album by this early German band, who released this one in 1971.

"The second, self-titled album is a bit more diverse - the first track is fast, saxophone and organ dominated, relating to the first album, while "It's Your Life"...

Classic second album by this early German band, who released this one in 1971.

"The second, self-titled album is a bit more diverse - the first track is fast, saxophone and organ dominated, relating to the first album, while "It's Your Life"...

"Out of Focus from Munich released three LPs during their lifetime. Their last one was a double LP which was done after they had toured in Italy, a musical journey which had been sponsored by the Goethe Institute. The gigs had been recorded on an...

For their 3rd and final album, Out Of Focus added many musicians on reeds and brass, in addition to their usual guitar, organ, sax, bass, drums lineup. This record, the well known "Four Letter Monday Afternoon", was released as a double album, but...

Classic first album by this early German band, who released this one in 1970.

"Formed in Munich, late 1968, Out Of Focus was an excellent band, transceding musical boundaries. They made three albums for Kuckuck - all are absolutely brilliant...

Classic first album by this early German band, who released this one in 1970.

"Formed in Munich, late 1968, Out Of Focus was an excellent band, transceding musical boundaries. They made three albums for Kuckuck - all are absolutely brilliant...