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Unbelievable price on this collection of some of the best music by this groundbreaking fusion/jazz-rock guitarist that includes a full hour of music...

Famous and rare on vinyl 1973 Japanese psych/hard rock release.

"A really beautiful and very atmospheric hard rock album. The melodies are strong, carried mostly by keyboards. The bass is quite loud and up-front. The vocalist sings sometimes...

Somewhere between The Fucking Champs and Canvas Solaris lie Coulier " Somewhere in between grindcore and cock rock, irony and sincerity, brute strength and smart-ass charm, lies Coulier. After a year and a half of line-up changes and a significant...

Somewhere between The Fucking Champs and Canvas Solaris lie Coulier. "In Coulier's world, each night ends in king-sized beds with gold satin sheets. Their bodies are caressed by millions of tiny visco-elastic memory cells (originally developed by NASA...

"This is the 2002 comeback album that saw Brown adopt an acoustic approach for a record that proved the man had much to offer the world at the birth of the 21st Century. It features a consummate list of quality musicians, including one-time Gentle Giant..

"This is one of the very best Sonny Criss albums. The distinctive altoist, who is here joined by guitarist Ray Crawford, pianist Dolo Coker, bassist Larry Gales, and drummer Jimmie Smith, is in prime form on a lengthy "The Isle of Celia," (written by...

Ivor Cutler is a octagenarian Scottish poet, humorist and songwriter. He is best known for his appearance in The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour (as Mr. Buster Bloodvessel). Somehow, amongst all the other wonderful craziness that was going on there at th...

This 1996 release has got to be the last - or at least one of the very last - CMP releases. Scott Cutshall-drums, percussion, Dave Liebman-soprano sax, Russ Lossing-piano and Tony Marino-bass.

"Scott did the RIGHT THING!! He let the musicians...

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Fourth album by Claudio Simonetti's post-Goblin band, who perform much of the classic horror film-score material by Goblin. This is mostly live and adds 3 'bonus' studio tracks, including their..

"Collaboration between New York beat poet Steve Dalachinsky and French art-rockers The Snobs. Dalachinsky plays with words like models William Burroughs or Allen Ginsberg did few decades ago: using cut-up and automatic writing, he creates new meanings...

This big band (11 pieces here), led by T.S. Heg (alto sax & keyboards) is nominally a 'jazz outfit', but since in addition to lots of reeds, brass, bass and drums, they work with 2 guitars, accordion/moog and 2 drummers, it's a fairly safe bet that thi...

Tremendous price on two albums of (mostly live) astonishment. This album was (mostly) recorded live at Washington DC's Cellar Door on the one night (October 19, 1970) that John McLaughlin came down from NYC to join the regular group of Miles, Keith...

Nice, mostly mellow improvised session by Elton, Hugh, Vince (drums) and Frances (keyboards - mostly piano, but even accordion at times). Not an earth-shaking release, but if you are a fan of Elton or Hugh's work (or even Vince and Frances), you will...

"Deep Feeling, in certain ways, was the forerunner of Traffic."-Jim Capaldi.

"Formed from the ashes of beat band The Hellions in 1966, the short-lived Deep Feeling were one of the most adventurous bands of their time. Featuring Jim Capaldi...

Born in Paris in 1926, and originally a classical composer, Francis Dhomont is one of the earlier practitioners of musique concrète, giving up all other forms of musical work for electronic music in the early 50s.

"A hybrid thing in four...

"The sticker on the cover of this cd announces its Di Meola's return to solid body electric guitar. I think this statement led many people think this was going to be Land of the Midnight Sun 2 or Elegant Gypsy 2. It is not and it is not meant to be...

"Al Di is certainly not resting on his laurels after the phenomenal, and sublimely beautiful, "The Grande Passion"! "Flesh on Flesh" expands on the strong latin influences of the previous CD, but fans of his ferocious talent on electric guitar will be...

"First off...let me say - I really like this album. The very thought of this album always brings to mind a college professor of mine. The man was very provocative (a good quality for a teacher) and really challenged the pre-conceptions of his...

This is a stunning price on this outrageous set of rock performances from the late 60s and early 70s, but PLEASE NOTE that it is PAL, Region 2; if you don't have a multi-region player, do NOT order this!"
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"The Dick Cavett Show: Rock Icons...

This is the first album by DJ Spooky, one of the main faces of the avant-garde side of dj/turntablism, merging influences and elements of musique concrete and the avant-garde with dj techniques. Along with Christian Marclay, he is one of the people who...

This chronicles Eric Dolphy's legendary concert recorded July 16, 1961 at New York's Five Spot Cafe. What a band: Eric Dolphy-flute, bass clarinet, alto sax, Booker Little-trumpet, Mal Waldron-piano, Richard Davis-bass, Ed Blackwell-drums...

An amazing, newly lowered price on perfect copies of the Japanese mini-lp sleeve version of this classic fusion album, which is sadly completely and utterly out of print in every part of the world.

All good things must come to an end, and...

An amazing price on perfect copies of the Japanese mini-lp sleeve version of this classic fusion album. This album is not in print that I know of any other way. This was their fifth and last completely fantastic from start to finish album; they...

This very early 1970's UK folk rock band could roughly be compared to Fairport Convention. They only made this one album in 1971, which has always been quite a rarity; this is the unreleased second album which didn't come out for 20 years and which...

This has 96 tracks by the earliest lineup of the Duke Ellington orchestra and there's just some wonderful stuff here. This set covers all of Duke Ellington's recordings from the beginning of his recording career up to early 1929.

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Rene Engel's third album as leader is his finest yet. Nostaglia again blends various ethnic influences with high energy fusion. Richard Hallebeek contributes burning Holdsworth-ian solos...

While they last, this is 45% off the usual price! This rarities collection by this great 'one and done' UK symphonic rock band has unavailable for many years and makes a welcome return here.

"Sufi brotherhoods have handed down their religious repertoires by word of mouth since the fifteenth century. Compositions by the great Muslim mystical poets are performed during ecstatic religious celebrations and ceremonies. Although harshly treated...

This is a very cheap version of the quite excellent overview by John Fahey, "The Best of John Fahey 1959-1977", which includes tracks from his most important era. Every collection of music should have at least one John Fahey album in it - every...

"Guitarist John Fahey recorded four albums for Rounder's Varrick imprint during the 1980s, before being "rediscovered" by indie rock and vanguard music fans in the '90s, shortly before his death. These recordings -- Let Go (1983); Rain Forests Oceans...

This is the 2003 version that includes their non-lp single No Mule's Fool/Good Friend Of Mine, as well as 4 bonus live tracks! How to explain Family's 3rd album (1970) 30 years later? Take a idiosyncratic vocalist, who, like Peter Hammill or Don Van...

This is the 2003 version that includes 4 bonus live tracks! This was originally released as a half live/half studio album, and gave a glimpse into the band's great live shows. How to explain Family's 4th album (1970) 30 years later? Take a idiosyncratic..

This is the 2003 version that includes 4 bonus tracks - 1 studio and 3 live! How to explain Family's 6th album (1972) 30 years later? Take a idiosyncratic vocalist, who, like Peter Hammill or Don Van Vliet you either grow to love or hate (Roger Chapman)..

This is the long out of print, See For Miles, SBM 20-bit remastered edition of the second album (1969) by Family and the final by the original lineup, before Blind Faith stole Ric Grech.
How to explain Family 35 years later? Take a idiosyncratic...

"Following the musical footprints of Weather Report and Pat Metheny, this young instrumental progressive fusion quintet has finally released its first album. They create flexible structures, over which the improvisational element appears as the key...

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"The fifth and final release by Far East Family Band (if you include 1973's Nihonjin, released under the Far Out banner), 1977's Tenkujin was the first of the band's albums to be...

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"The fifth and final release by Far East Family Band (if you include 1973's Nihonjin, released under the Far Out banner), 1977's Tenkujin was the first of the band's albums to be released in...

A Blue Note from September, 1958 with Art Farmer-trumpet, Benny Golson-tenor sax, Bill Evans-piano, Addison Farmer-bass and Dave Bailey-drums. [Blue Note]

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"Despite decades of activity and having crossed paths in various collaborations, this release presents the first-ever duo recording from two of the most highly regarded citizens of planet experimental electronic. Individually, Jim O'Rourke and Christian Fennesz have been responsible for numerous legendary works that merge the traditional avant-garde with contemporary sensibilities. On It's Hard For Me To Say I'm Sorry these giants of experimental..

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From 1968, the one and only album by the group who are the 3rd point on the triangle of great, early experimental/ psychedelic rock (along with Silver Apples & The United States of....

This was the final album by the Peter Green-led version of Mac, which by this time featured a 3 guitar, bass, drums line-up. I think that Mac, along with Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience were THE great triumvirate of 60s 'blues influenced'...

"Boasting two fine lead guitarists (including Rich Dangel, a longtime member of legendary garage band the Wailers), in their brief existence, this Seattle quartet shared stages with The Doors, Led Zeppelin and The Grateful Dead. Their sole album came....

"Focus has never been one for clever album titles and the rather pedestrian title to this album is no different. I don't know this for sure, but I assume this is the band's 8th studio album. The lineup for this one is the reformed new millennium Focus...

"This superb collection of skewed psychedelic pop was produced by Buzz Cason (renowned for his work with Elvis Presley, Jimmy Buffett and others) and made by a Texan quartet. Originally released in May 1970, and billed as "a rock novella," it follows....

Waysiders of a certain age will remember John Foxx as the leader of early electro-wavers Ultravox for their 1st 3 (and most arty/best) albums. After leaving he made music a bit more pop oriented, so this very classy ambient release is a pleasant...

"An album so incredibly rare (only a single acetate exists), that many collectors have doubted the album's existence -- until now! The rarest, and I would dare to say best, folk/psych album from Peter Howell and John Ferdinando, musical brainchildren...

The Fucking Champs are pioneers of the style of progressive technical metal later picked up and further 'techicalized' by the likes of Canvas Solaris and Blotted Science, although TFC had more of a sense of humor, their sly, knowing wink at...well, at...

Satoko Fujii is an masterful Japanese pianist who is also ridiculously prolific, which dozens of releases, most of them Japanese-only, to her credit. She works in a pretty wide variety of jazz styles, from utterly free to scored big band and many...

Great price on the long, long, long out of print SACD version of this title. The first 'real' Genesis album, and an early (1970) classic of symphonic/progressive rock. This is a hybrid SACD, so if you don't have a SACD player, you can still play it on...

This has some of the earliest (and for me, as a confirmed bebopper, some of the very best) work by this very famous, very popular tenor saxist. I have an extensive collection of early Getz and even I was missing stuff that's on this set!