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A nice, unique slant on music inspired by soundtrack work and the Berlin electronic school.

"Breidablik is a Norwegian electronic music act headed by Morten Birkeland Nielsen. I became aware of this act via Jordsjø, a truly wonderful symphonic prog act that's bound to be a hit with progheads everywhere, once their stuff becomes more widely available. Jordsjø released a split cassette with Breidablik called Songs from the Northern Wasteland. Unsurprisingly Jordsjø's half is symphonic prog...

"One of the great overlooked albums of the 1970s, Time Actor was the result of a collaboration between legendary Crazy World & Kingdom Come visionary Arthur Brown and German Synthesiser and Ambient genius Klaus Schulze, recording under the pseudonym of his alter-ego Richard Wahnfried. The resulting record was a unique fusion of Brown’s amazing vocals and eccentric musical visions and Schulze’s innovative keyboard playing.
Originally released on the German Innovative Communication label, Time Actor...

NOTE: These copies are clearly and nicely autographed by Bill! Very limited quantity available and one per customer only please!

"The Bruford Tapes demonstrated a more raucous energy than Brufords first two releases, but the follow-up studio album, Gradually Going Tornado, proved that the group was capable of generating the same kind of power in the studio. And while Berlin's singing on half of the albums eight tracks may have seemed a concerted bid for greater acceptance, its important to...

"The Bruford Tapes demonstrated a more raucous energy than Brufords first two releases, but the follow-up studio album, Gradually Going Tornado, proved that the group was capable of generating the same kind of power in the studio. And while Berlin...

IF you think you want this, you better grab it, because only 300 were made. File under: from the same wonderous, crazed universe that gave us Eugene's brilliantly unhinged "There'll Be No Tears Tonite" and JC and The Microtones "Cowpeople."...

Tim Buckley was possessed with an incredible voice and musical charisma. These recordings are from very early and before what I consider his prime, but I know there are fans among you and this is as precious as can be.

"In 1967, the face of rock was changing. In that year alone there were debut albums from The Velvet Underground, The Doors, and Pink Floyd, to name a few. The Beatles had combined orchestration with their music -- the result was Sgt. Peppers in June, the same month that Tim Buckley..

Beautiful gatefold cover on this one.

"The seventh solo album from Indonesian progressive guitar legend Dewa Budjana (his third for MoonJune Records) sees the maestro cast aside the dense, meticulously-arranged approach that defined his...

"Bureau B present a reissue of Michael Bundt's Electri City, originally released in 1980. Having played his way through the 1970s in various rock combos (Medusa, Nine Days' Wonder), Michael Bundt embarked on a solo career in the latter part of the decade, releasing three albums which saw him explore the vast potential of electronic music. Delightfully varied and typical of his willingness to experiment, his music orbits around krautrock, Berlin School electronica, space-futurism and synth pop...

First-time ever on vinyl. Not only was this 'one and done' Italian band's only recording, recorded in 1972 quite good, but it gained the additional allure/intrigue of not being released until it came out in the early 90s for the very first time!

"Finally available again after being out of print for nearly 10 years, this symphonic prog gem dates from 1972, though shelved and unreleased until the early nineties. This is a fantastic album of pure complex Italian symphonic prog with a great interplay.

"Gatefold LP version. This is the fourth album from Bushman's Revenge, and their third on Rune Grammofon. It's no secret that the label has a soft spot for this fabulous group and would wish nothing less than world domination for them. What they do...

Vinyl-only live release!
Bushman's Fire, Bushman's Revenge's second live album, captures the band at Oslo�s rock den Caf� Mono at their most cosmic and trippy, taking their prog-jazz explorations into outer space and beyond. With an extended line-up including sax giant Kjetil M�ster and Hammond whizz David Wallumr�d they stir up quite a storm, with "Total Fucking Marmalade" being a brand new track, "Yoga", an extended workout of "Baklengs Inn I Fuglekassa" from Thou Shalt Boogie! (2013) and "As We....

A skillfully attenuated blend of freeform jazz, psych rock and extreme metal."-Time Out (UK)

"Recorded during a show at the Storyville jazz club in Molde in May 2012, this could very well be Bushman's Revenge's finest recorded effort during...

"Bushman's Revenge have been called the missing link between Albert Ayler and Black Sabbath and a Marshall amp version of John Coltrane's Interstellar Space (1974). With Jazz, Fritt Etter Hukommelsen, their eighth album, they go all the way back to their humble beginnings and for the first time do what can loosely be dubbed a "proper" jazz album, hence the album title which translates to "Jazz, From Memory" in English. The goal, according to guitarist Even Hermansen, is still to explore the link between...

"Formed in 2003, the Oslo-based trio Bushman's Revenge (named after a type of mouth-searing hot sauce) are upfront about their love for the progressive rock of Cream and Jimi Hendrix, the galactic jazz of Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Sharrock and...