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New, much lower price!
Avant chamber-rock with R.I.O. type leanings and modern production touches and values. Very good stuff from a band who has been doing it their own way for nearly 20 years!

"Four years after their fairly subdued ‘The Shepherd’s Dream’ album, Die Anarchistische Abendunterhaltung, commonly known as DAAU, are finally ready to launch a new recording. ‘Eight Definitions’ is the seventh album by the Antwerp based band in twenty years.

Since their last record, DAAU’s...

So, around 1995 or so, there was this really great album on a tiny label of this young band who were obviously well trained classically and who fused pop, eastern-european folk and classical music, with jazz and a punk attitude.
Suddenly in 1998 they reappear as DAAU on SONY Classics (!), with a very good album that included lots of musical guests. Of course *that* didn't last, so they are back on a little label again (their own, I think) for this release which celebrates 25 years of their musical...

"Dalton's debut album Riflessioni: Idea D'Infinito clocks in at ridiculous 28+ minutes, but every minute of it is quality time. Affinity to early UK prog is noticeable in the grimy, blues-influenced guitar riffs and leads, typically breathy and...

Gatefold, legit reissue of an album recorded in 1969 and originally released by Wolfgang himself in 1970 and then later licensed to and released by Brain in 1972!
The band is:
Wolfgang Dauner-piano, organ, flute
Siegfried Schwabb-guitar
Eberhard Weber-bass, cello
Fred Braceful & Roland Wittich-drums

Proto-kozmigroov, with major psychedelic and soulful moves and great, grooving, double-drumming! Comparable to, and absolutely as good as Brian Auger's work of the same era.

Read about this and be amazed. And then also please do realize that it doesn't live up to the anticipation. It probably couldn't under any circumstances, but it just doesn't. But it's still a very, very interesting historical piece.

Betty Davis - vocals
John McLaughlin - guitar
Herbie Hancock - keyboards
Larry Young - keyboards
Wayne Shorter - saxophone
Mitch Mitchell - drums
Harvey Brooks - bass
Billy Cox - bass
Sessions: May 14th and 20th, 1969
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"Michael P. Dawson is a San Francisco-based composer and multi-instrumentalist with one foot in the classical avant-garde and the other in progressive rock. The eight pieces on The Insect Garden use woodwinds, guitars, Moog synthesizers and computer electronics in a fusion of ambient, electronica and prog sounds. Dark, spectral atmospherics rub shoulders with hyperkinetic odd-metered beats, experimental electronic sounds, and a closing slice of Crimsonesque heavy prog....

Allan Botschinsky-trumpet, flugelhorn
Eero Koivistoinen-tenor & soprano sax
Esko Linnavalli-piano, electric piano
Niels-Henning �rsted-Pedersen-bass
Esko Rosnell-drums, percussion
"One of the rarest pieces of Finnish jazz, this 1975 fusion album features a constellation of Finnish and Danish stars."

Please note: all copies have a slightly creased corner. It's not bad, just not perfect.

"If one masterpiece should be singled out as the jewel of Italian rock, my vote would go to De De Lind's one and only album..." -Scented Gardens Of The Mind

"This album is an excellent mix of heavy guitar/flute based rock and more acoustic folky...

"Severance Pay" is the new album by Dead Days Beyond Help (Alex Ward & Jem Doulton). Since forming in 2006, DDBH have devoted themselves to pushing the possibilities of their chosen format (the guitar/drums duo) to and beyond any apparent limits...

First time ever legitimate lp reissue for this very obscure, very rare, 1970 UK proto-progressive album concept album about the life of a man born at the beginning of the 20th century until the time of his death. This was released in a tiny edition on...

Pop/not pop (most pop bands don't invite Wadada Leo Smith onstage to perform an entire show with them on the spur of the moment).

"Experiencing one emotion at a time is a luxury of the past. Think back to that moment at the women's march or the pro-science rally, when you spied a small child holding a handmade sign that read "I love naps but I stay woke" or "Boys will be boys good humans" or "May the facts be with you." How adorable! How upsetting! How the hell are they going to make it to...

"Third album released in 1974, called Delirium III (Viaggio negli arcipelaghi del tempo) and judged by many as their most mature work. La battaglia degli eterni piani contains a dark-inspired atmosphere not heard in their previous releases, the flute...

This is IT! The LAST 2 copies in existence in the world. Really.

The third Deluge Grander album is definitely their most ambitious, both musically and physically. The music is their usual, very excellent complex progressive/symphonic rock and..

Very, very limited edition of only 100 hand numbered copies!

In Den Svarta Fanan was founded by young New York City native Joe Merolla, a punk kid who got kicked out of jazz-school and wanted to play something freer and gnarlier. After finding...

"Moritz R®, Kurt Dahlke aka Pyrolator, and Frank Fenstermacher have met in the studio after 25 years and recorded a new album. One can claim that Der Plan was one of the most powerful German bands during the time of musical departure at the beginning of the 1980s. Der Plan was always more than a band: a kind of three-headed Renaissance man, for whom visual art was just as important as music.
The Ata Tak label, founded by the three members, was one of the first continental European indie labels and...

"Moritz R®, Kurt Dahlke aka Pyrolator, and Frank Fenstermacher have met in the studio after 25 years and recorded a new album. One can claim that Der Plan was one of the most powerful German bands during the time of musical departure at the beginning of the 1980s. Der Plan was always more than a band: a kind of three-headed Renaissance man, for whom visual art was just as important as music.
The Ata Tak label, founded by the three members, was one of the first continental European indie labels and...

"More demented, brain-damaging Turkish electro-saz & synth drums galore by the mighty Derdiyoklar duo, originally released in 1984! Anadolu Pop doesn’t get weirder than this! These two Turkish guys armed with electro-saz, guitar, drums and synthetizers were hitting the Turkish market in Germany where they lived, playing their sets of traditional flavoured electro-folk in weddings and circumcision feasts for Turkish emigrants in Germany. That crazy is the story, that crazy is their sound!!!"

Six cosmiche/Berlin-style synthesizer pieces by syntheisist Dorothea Raukes, with 1981-type digital touches. Overall, this is a very, very solid electronic music album.

"There are times when the name of a musical project is in perfect harmony...

Unbelievable price on this beautiful, HEAVY, double lp, gatefold vinyl package!

Really great, really interesting and utterly unique Swedish metal-and-far-beyond group who combine Louis Jordan jump-jive with female vocals ala the Andrew Sisters...

"Produced for the legendary Pilz label and engineered by Conny Planck in 1971. Dies Irae were a heavy progressive group who recorded their sole album for Pilz before the label fell into the hands of Rolf-Ulrich Kaiser. Dominated by blues, 'First' is a hea

Quite excellent archival release by a French underground/progressive group from the mid/late 70s who never managed to release anything until this! A listen to the youtube clip will tell you what you need to know!

"This record is the first record of this group to be released (not to be confused with the German namesake training krautrock record release on the Pilz label in 1971). It consists of tracks recorded on stage and in the studio from 1976 and 1978, when Dies Irae was at the top of its game..

"Early pioneers of the German New Wave music scene, Din A Testbild were formed in 1978 by Mark Eins and Gudrun Gut (former member of Einstürzende Neubauten, Mania D. and Malaria!). Din A Testbild played a significant role in defining the avant-garde music of Berlin. Their participation at the Festival Genialer Dilletanten in 1981 is legendary. Programm 3 is their third album. Mixed and auto-produced by Mark Eins with help of Ziggy Schöning, it was released on Klaus Schulze's record label Innovative...

"Early pioneers of the German New Wave music scene, Din A Testbild were formed in 1978 by Mark Eins and Gudrun Gut (former member of Einstürzende Neubauten, Mania D. and Malaria!). Din A Testbild played a significant role in defining the avant-garde music of Berlin. Their participation at the Festival Genialer Dilletanten in 1981 is legendary. Programm 4 is their fourth album. Mixed and auto-produced by Mark Eins near the wall in West Berlin in 1983, the album was rejected at the time by Innovative...

"Tired of quarreling endlessly with his imperious brother Klaus, Thomas Dinger quit the production of Viva, the second La D�sseldorf album, and promptly set off for the south of France. Frustrated and far away from home, his mind turned to the...

"Tired of quarreling endlessly with his imperious brother Klaus, Thomas Dinger quit the production of Viva, the second La D�sseldorf album, and promptly set off for the south of France. Frustrated and far away from home, his mind turned to the...

"Intents And Purposes" has long been revered as Bill Dixon's singular masterpiece. Out of print for years, the late trumpet innovator's magnum opus has been lovingly remastered and reissued on vinyl by Superior Viaduct in a package that replicates the original 1967 issue, providing an important opportunity to reevaluate this seminal work.
As a former student of painting as well as music, Dixon's conceptual organization of sound relies heavily on color, shade and texture, with a keen sensitivity to...

RED AND BLUE STARBURST COLORED VINYL "It's no secret that Stranger Things has been receiving widespread acclaim. It also seems to have been a while since a series soundtrack has received such a grand if not equal amount of praise as its visual counterpart. Composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (known for being members of synth outfit S U R V I V E) landed the job after the show's producers used some of their tracks as temp pieces and the duo responded with a series of musical vignettes desig

RED, BLACK AND BLUE STARBURST COLORED VINYL "It's no secret that Stranger Things has been receiving widespread acclaim. It also seems to have been a while since a series soundtrack has received such a grand if not equal amount of praise as its visual counterpart. Composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein (known for being members of synth outfit S U R V I V E) landed the job after the show's producers used some of their tracks as temp pieces and the duo responded with a series of musical vignettes desig

Reissue of a hard to find album from 1961 by one of the greats of tape music-based electronic musique construction.

"Originally self-released in 1961 and later issued by Folkways, Tod Dockstader's Eight Electronic Pieces is a foundational document of American electronic music and a stunning first work from this revolutionary composer. Refused access to the resources and funding of the academy and without any interest from the record industry, Dockstader assembled his debut album through three...

This is 44 minutes of excellent sound quality recordings of Eric Dolphy and a band that includes Nathan Davis (tenor), Donald Byrd (trumpet), and a number of solid French musicians, recording in Paris, June 11, 1964. There is never enough Eric Dolphy...

Has it really come to this? Really? Shane Paris (co)releases a new album and none of the hype sheets mention Shane's decade and a half-long run with the incredible Ahleuchatistas? Sigh. Nice record too!

"Much has been made of the nesting compulsion that overtakes expecting parents. It's fair to suggest that this album owes its name to the fact that Asheville NC residents Tashi Dorji and Shane Parish were both looking forward to parenthood when they made it, and not much of a stretch to say that...

Jean-Luc Petit contrabass clarinet / Benjamin Duboc double bass.

"'This is Not Art' is the recorded beginning of a second life for the duo maintained by Benjamin Duboc and Jean-Luc Petit, finally justifying the name of the project. Before...

Who is William D. Drake? William D. Drake was a member of Cardiacs during one of their very greatest periods (there have been more than one) and he also collaborated in the writing as well as making the under-acknowledged Mr & Mrs Smith and Mr Drake...

Very nice, very song oriented spacey rock music with nice melodies and good singing; only thing it makes me think of comparing it to is like an intergalactic Emmit Rhodes!

"...rekindles the excitement I vividly recall about music in the early to mid 70's...deep shit, where creativity and homage go together and fit like the best pair of well worn Levis...warm breezes on summer evenings and ice cold frosties go down like candy...like Gerry Rafferty and "On The Third Day" ELO collide in an alternate..

"Anneli Drecker's Revelation For Personal Use is very much a follow-up to the huge artistic success of Rocks & Straws, an ode to her native town and region, and again consists of songs based on lyrics by Norwegian cult poet Arvid Hanssen and translated to English by artist and writer Roy-Frode Løvland. Anneli has written the album's eight lovely songs, plays piano and keyboards, and has produced the album. It largely moves in the same musical landscape as the previous album, with the Arctic Philharmonic...

"Anneli Drecker's ethereal voice first became known through the music of her band with Geir Jenssen (aka Biosphere) and Nils Johansen, Bel Canto, in the '80s. The trio signed to the legendary Belgian label Crammed Discs, alongside Zap Mama and...

"Anneli Drecker's ethereal voice first became known through the music of her band with Geir Jenssen (aka Biosphere) and Nils Johansen, Bel Canto, in the '80s. The trio signed to the legendary Belgian label Crammed Discs, alongside Zap Mama and...

A beautiful reissue edition on the always great Superior Viaduct label of one of his great, earlier releases.
I really like Dreyblatt's work from this time period. He would have a small ensemble work with mostly re-tuned instruments which he would have them bow and strike according to his score, until the room fills with waves and waves of sound. This is quite similar to what I saw.

"Arnold Dreyblatt has been called “the most rock ‘n’ roll of all the composers to emerge from New York’s....

On the heels of Kayo Dot’s 2016 album Plastic House On Base Of Sky, New York City based avant-garde musician Toby Driver sustains his inexhaustible output with a solo album titled Madonnawhore.
After exploring a retro-futurist noir sound on Kayo Dot’s 2014 album Coffins On Io then delving even further into electronic music with his aforementioned last album, Driver was eager to write a different kind of song.
Madonnawhore represents a foray into traditional songwriting, stripped of the...

Peter Giger (dr, perc, mridanga), Marc Hellman (dr), Alex Bally (dr), Joel Vandroogenbroeck (org, p, fl, sit), Gerd Dudek (sax, fl), Isla Eckinger (b), Carole Muriel (voc), Polo Hofer (voc).

"Founder and leader of Drum Circus from Switzerland has been the master drummer Peter Giger. �A giant on drums�, as the newspaper �Rhein-Main-Zeitung� called him.
He was joined, among others, by two additional drummers, as well as by Joel Vandroogenbroeck and Carole Muriel, both from Brainticket...

Amancio D'Silva, guitar
Ian Carr, trumpet and flugelhorn
Don Rendell, tenor and soprano sax
Dave Green, bass
Trevor Tomkins, drums

This reissues an impossibly rare Brit-jazz album and one that is just as great as it is rare! If seeing the names of the players makes you want to own this, or if you've heard of this one, but never heard it and wondered if it is any good, stop what you are doing and grab it.

"This is a really thrilling, wonderful and profoundly enjoyable al

Almost all instrumental music performed on electric and acoustic guitars, tenor sax and flute, bass and drums, with guest keyboardist Gian Piero Reverberi added on half of this 1973 album!

Another great one-shot Italian band, but this one as...

This is a very good modern psychedelic / stoner album by a one and done band. There's some vocals, but it is predominantly instrumental and total focused on the (excellent) guitar work.
For fans of the El Paraiso label, the Elektrohasch label, etc.

"Having established themselves as one of the most notable progressive and unique instrumental metal bands since their inception more than 15 years ago, NY-based powertrio Dysrhythmia mirrors the definition of their moniker. Comprised of Kevin Hufnagel (guitars), Colin Marston (Behold The Arctopus) (bass), and Jeff Eberon (Zevious) (drums), the band has, over six albums, shown the ultimate in musical fortitude with wondrous, jaw-dropping compositions that go beyond jazz-infused, avant-garde technical....

This beautiful, legit reissue includes a gatefold sleeve!

Legit reissue from the analog masters of the very first album from this German group, which predate the much, much better known Time Machine and Electric Silence. This very rare 1972 album is the very first version of the band before they would move into their cracked electric jazz/rock sound of Time Machine. It features founding member Reinhard Karwatky (bass), plus Jochen Leuschner (vocals, percussion), Gerd-Bock Ehrmann (tenor sax)...

Legitimate vinyl reissue, taken from the original analog masters.

An underservedly obscure German psychedelic jazz/rock band. By the time of this, their 3rd album, from 1974, they had their best-known line-up of:
Eddy Marron (guitars, sitar, zaz, tambura, mellotron, voice)
Reinhard Karwatky (bass, superstring, mellotron, synthesizer)
Peter Giger (drums, percussion)

Trippy tracks featuring Eastern/middle Eastern motifs, jazz fusion power & psychedelic mind expansion...

Dzyan are known for their great second and third albums on the Bacillus label: Time Machine and Electric Silence from 1973 & 1974.

But before those albums, and after their first album, the group consisted of bassist/double bassist/founder...

Legitimate vinyl reissue, taken from the original analog masters.
An undeservedly obscure German psychedelic jazz/rock band. By the time of this, their 3rd album, from 1973, they had their best-known line-up of:
Eddy Marron (guitars, sitar, zaz, tambura, mellotron, voice)
Reinhard Karwatky (bass, superstring, mellotron, synthesizer)
Peter Giger (drums, percussion)
Trippy tracks featuring Eastern/middle Eastern motifs, jazz fusion power & psychedelic mind expansion. Highly recommend