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"The Saarland band G�a played German-language progressive rock. Their band name derives from the ancient Greek gods, where Gaia (Latin notation: G�a) is the goddess of the earth and fertility. The group's only LP, Auf der Bahn zum Uranus, was a short...

When Richard Pinhas was recently in the USA in May, 2011, I heard great things about this band who were opening for them who were a young, post-whatever, Magma-influenced group. This is their second album and it's really good and it's vinyl only...

When Richard Pinhas was recently in the USA in May, 2011, I heard great things about this band who were opening for them. I heard that they were a young, post-whatever, Magma-influenced group. This is their first album and it's really good and it's...

A 70s Italian record that is as famous for its beautiful triple-fold gatefold cover (by well known Italian illustrator Guido Crepax) as it is for the music inside!

'Bambi' Fossati, a Hendrix-influenced guitarist, formed Gleemen in the 60's...

From the historic ProgVention 2010 event - captured in a series of releases under the name of "Live in Bloom" -, when the Genoese Garybaldi had specifically reformed after a long hiatus, there was still a 'studio evidence' missing to fulfill their comeback.
"Storie di un'altra citt�" (Stories from another city) comes sixteen years after the previous album "La ragione e il torto" and, thanks to a fresh, fluid and inspired songwriting, gives new vitality to a fundamental band of the early '70s Italian...

So, I�m looking through the tons of new release solicitations that I look through on a weekly basis, trying not to miss anything, but also with the knowledge that there�s only so much time in my day to pour over this stuff.
And I see the name Julien Gasc and it rings and bell and I rack my brain and I remember that Julien is one of the members of Aquaserge and who I think of as �their main voice�, in terms of the vocals.
So, that�s how I discovered his solo career and his second album....

So, I�m looking through the tons of new release solicitations that I look through on a weekly basis, trying not to miss anything, but also with the knowledge that there�s only so much time in my day to pour over this stuff.
And I see the name Julien Gasc and it rings and bell and I rack my brain and I remember that Julien is one of the members of Aquaserge and who I think of as �their main voice�, in terms of the vocals.
This is his second solo album and while the label plays up his connection to.

"Former Planet Mu affiliate Christopher Reeves continues his electronic journey as The Gasman, delivering his umpteenth album in 13 years. Aeriform isn't far removed from work by other Mu luminaries such as founder Mike Paradinas' strangely engaging bob-and-weave synth-antipop or a certain Richard James, truth be told.
Essentially though, Reeves mines a far more retro seam than his counterparts - titles like Syntax, Trip and Zports suggest there's an element of geek and a love of the ZX Spectrum, BBC..

An early 80's release by this keyboardist who rightly made a name for himself playing with Magma, Heldon & Weidorje! This crosses the sound of Magma & Heldon.

Players include Richard Pinhas, David Rose, Bernard Paganotti, Christian Vander, Didier Batard, Jean-Pierre Fouquey & more!

"RSD 2016 release. Transparent blue LP in 350-gram matte sleeve with obi strip. Limited edition of 1000. Patrick Gauthier, keyboardist in legendary French prog bands Heldon, Magma, and Weidorje, recorded his...S

Great price on this beautiful, deluxe 2 lp set.

"This album is not for everyone, but allow me to describe it so you know if this "shoe fits" you or not.
For those that have patience for complex songs with several structures, this record...

After In A Glass House, Giant and their record label made a concerted effort to 'break the band' in the USA, and the band toured here constantly.
Signing with Capitol, they released 3 great studio albums that gave the band a slightly more rockified and accessible face, without losing a whit of the complexity of their earlier work.
Free Hand was their seventh album and was the middle one of that trio and it is one of many extremely fine works in their catalog. It rocks like hell and incredibly...

This reissues the band's fifth and possibly greatest album. This was their first without Phil Shulman, and the sound points towards the more definitely rock-yet-challenging sound that they went for after this.
Great acoustic and electric passages exist side-by-side. An absolute stone classic. Highly, highly recommended!

After In A Glass House, Giant and their record label made a concerted effort to 'break the band' in the USA, and the band toured here constantly. Signing with Capitol, they released 3 great studio albums that gave the band a slightly more rockified and accessible face, without losing a whit of the complexity of their earlier work. TPATG was their sixth album and was the first one of that trio and it is one of many extremely fine works in their catalog. It rocks like hell and incredibly cleverly too!...

Possibly their most popular album and certainly a great one! I believe it was their highest charting album in their career in the USA. Highly recommended.
After In A Glass House, Giant and their record label made a concerted effort to 'break the band' in the USA, and the band toured here constantly. Signing with Capitol, they released 3 great studio albums that gave the band a slightly more rockified and accessible face, without losing a whit of the complexity of their earlier work. TPATG was their...

This is the stereo CD version.

"Following the highly successful releases of the Steven Wilson's remixes of The Power And The Glory and Octopus, Steven has now remixed a specially curated selection of songs and compositions from the band's first three albums (Giant, Acquiring the Taste, Three Friends) presented in both 5.1 surround sound and stereo.
Only a few songs from each of the band's first three albums are known to exist as multi-tracks, with the rest presumably lost, and it is these...

Gibson is a long time performer of avant music (who else played in the premiers of "In C", "Einstein On The Beach" & "Drumming"?) who has spent over 25 years in Philip Glass' ensemble. This reissues his 2nd album (originally released on Philip Glass' Chatham Square label in the 1970s) of minimal works for flute & pipe organ.

"For his second album, Two Solo Pieces, Jon Gibson forgoes the dense, multi-layered timbres of Visitations in favor of simple textures and tone. While Two Solo Pieces serves...

Beautiful gatefold sleeve in a limited edition of clear red vinyl.

"When I first heard this album, I was irritated by the enormous amount of vocals. I have gradually grown to like the album, as some of, the vocal sections are excellent and there is great mellotron playing on the album.
Terra In Bocca seems to be a concept album about the Italian mafia. Your enjoyment of the album is probably greatly enlarged when you can understand the lyrics. The album sounds a bit like half-acoustic...

This was recorded with Popol Vuh leader Florian Fricke & Daniel Fichelscher (Popol Vuh and Amon Duul II), & is much in the style of the mid 70's Vuh CDs. A quiet stunner, like Popol Vuh.

"After the break-up of the first Gila line-up and Conny...

For minimalism fans like myself, this album is sort of a minor holy grail.
"This new vinyl release from Orange Mountain Music presents Philip Glass' first concert ever in what the composer considers his 'debut.' The concert took place on May 19...

"First-ever vinyl reissue of rare and sought-after Swedish psychedelic/progressive/folk underground treasures from the early 1970s. From Swedish folk to epic full-tilt fuzz guitar jams, it's all in here. Originally released in 1972 on the obscure...

Great, up and coming, new Swedish psychedelic band from Sweden. Lots of influences from Can, Afro-pop/Fela Kuti early Sabbath, and tribal rhythms. Heavy drums and bass, wild guitar and mesmerizing dual female vocals make this band unique and wonderous...

Great, up and coming, new Swedish psychedelic band from Sweden. Lots of influences from Can, Afro-pop/Fela Kuti early Sabbath, and tribal rhythms. Heavy drums and bass, wild guitar and mesmerizing dual female vocals make this band unique and wonderous...


Goblin weren�t really a live outfit; they were a studio band and they made soundtracks and albums, but even in their popular heyday, they generally didn�t play live.
This live show was discovered about 20 years after the fact and came out as a bonus disc with a Goblin �best of�; it�s the only known live recording by the band and this is the first time it�s been released on vinyl.

"Recorded on May 25th 1978, the show here presented was the real penultimate one for Goblin in one of their most..

Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento.

Their music is sorta like a demented, evil Pink Floyd, but they really just...

Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento. Their music is sorta like a demented, evil Pink Floyd, but they really just sound like...

A release so great that one of the great bands of the 90s/00s named themselves after it! Goblin were a instrumental quartet of keyboards, guitar, bass & drums who are known for their soundtracks to some seriously scary 70's horror films by Dario Argento.

Beautiful package of 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold, tipped-on jacket with a 12" x 48" poster! Yowie!

This group came out of nowhere about 20 years ago and hugely influenced the underground/progressive music world with their massive and expansive...

"this long-playing record, a thing we made in the midst of communal mess, raising dogs and children. eyes up and filled with dreadful joy - we aimed for wrong notes that explode, a quiet muttering amplified heavenward. we recorded it all in a burning motorboat. 1. UNDOING A LUCIFERIAN TOWERS - look at that fucking skyline! big lazy money writ in dull marble obelisks! imagine all those buildings much later on, hollowed out and stripped bare of wires and glass, listen - the wind is whistling through all....

"Housed in a silver foil sleeve. Insert with liner notes by Alan Freeman (Ultima Thule / The Crack In The Cosmic Egg). 24-bit domain remaster from the original tapes. Includes a free digital download coupon."

"Epic early to mid-1970's instrumental psychedelic space-rock from the Pyramid Records archive, said to be pseudonymous after-hours studio sessions featuring the biggest names on the Krautrock scene at the time; heavy drums, jamming guitars and Hammond organ: in short, and amazing improvised...

First-ever legitimate vinyl reissue after nearly 40 years, released by the original label!

"Sergius Golowin is a Swiss author. In 1973 he got sucked into R.U. Kaiser's Cosmic Courier vortex and recorded this masterwerke. Over three long tracks...

This beautiful, legit reissue includes a gatefold sleeve!

One of the progressive hard rock classics of the early 70s German scene, this was the 2nd and final release by this German band, originally released on Brain in 1972....

This beautiful, legit reissue includes a gatefold sleeve!
This album has an interesting history and is sort of the band's 1st and 2nd album simultaneously.
Trauma was originally recorded and released in 1970, but the band was unhappy with the work and soon after re-worked and re-recorded the album with English lyrics and a harder 'progressive hard rock' sound with nice organ and guitar work.
This album is best known for the 13' title track, which is a heavy, psychedelic mix of Guru Guru and...

"Remastered & fully restored from the BYG master tapes. Lavish illustrated booklet reprints the original lp sleeve, inserts & lyrics."

"This is a classic...Camembert Electrique remains undated."-All Music Guide...

Being a humongous fan of Gong in high school and discovering them just about the time that Daevid left and they imploded, my sorrow was great. But only a couple of years after they broke up they had the first (of what would be many, many) reunion, but this one was special as it featured the entirety of the 'classic' line up of the band that recorded Angel's Egg and You, which were keystone records of my listening at that time. Being a twerp kid and this being before the instantaneous internet told you...

"Inspired by the light, love and passing of our dear friend and inspiration, Daevid Allen."-Dave Sturt

Could it happen? Should it happen?
Daevid wanted it to happen, so, yes. It should.

"Featuring the voice of Daevid Allen on two songs and guest appearances from Steve Hillage and Didier Malherbehe, Rejoice! I'm Dead! is the 2016 release (and 28th album) from the enduring legend that is Gong.
Gong has entered yet another new phase in its four-decades plus journey with Rejoice!...

Some of you may remember Delia Gonzalez from "The Days Of Mars", her joint work with Gavin Russom, which is a great, modern day electronic music album that channels 1971-1975 but in an original way and think: Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co. (that's the main sound I hear), Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, Manuel Gottsching.
After a very long time off and one solo piano album, she's back with this, a similar electronic album and one that is also hugely recommended by me if you like the 1st two..

Here is the original soundtrack of this much sought-after, unique, and *very* proggy 1973 soundtrack to a charming animated sci-fi film (released here in the USA as Fantastic Planet).

Written by Alain Goraguer, a film composer who really never had anything to do with 'rock' before or after this one, this features lots of wah- wah guitar, classic 70's keyboards (clavinet, Rhodes piano, string synths, etc.), flutes, vibes, bass, drums & wordless vocals. A rather wonderful period piece and a a....

"Recently unearthed Peter Gordon & David Van Tieghem collaboration from 1978, featuring vocals from special guest Kathy Acker, author of post-modern classic Blood And Guts In High School (1984). Gordon and Van Tieghem play all of the instruments and electronics, overdubbing on a 1" 8-track recorder. The result is intimate and vulnerable, yet ice cold and edgy. "Winter" is a cold-wave, proto-techno track. "Summer" is a lyrical and romantic instrumental. With Van Tieghem's drumming laying down the bedrock...

Peter Van Huffel alto saxophone
Roland Fidezius electric bass, effects
Rudi Fischerlehner drums

"After the broad success of “Bite My Blues”, Canadian saxophonist Peter Van Huffel’s Berlin band Gorilla Mask is back with more music; not to cover the foot imprints of his previous work but going beyond a good number of steps. You can’t say anymore that this project consists of a mix of jazz with punk and metal – the kind of sonic assault heard on “Iron Lung” has an identity of its own, inc

The long-awaited fourth release by this excellent, modern avant/progressive rock band. This is highly recommended to everyone who has been following them since their first great release, Detta Har Hänt, as well as fans of dark-hued, instrumental rock, such as Guapo, Corima, Makajodoma, etc.
Alexander Skepp (drums, percussion & synthesizers)
Einar Baldursson (electric, acoustic & lap steel guitars & synthesizers)
David Lundberg (Fender Rhodes, synthesizers and Mellotron)...

Cornelius Dufallo (violin), Jennifer Choi (violin), Ralph Farris (viola), Dorothy Lawson (cello), Satoshi Takeishi (percussion), Ayelet Rose Gottlieb (voice) with Anat Fort (piano), Sean Conly (contrabass)

�Shiv�a was composed following the death of three dear friends in 2007�� writes Ayelet Rose Gottlieb in the liner notes, �� while I was living between three cities - Wellington, New Zealand and its wild birds and great ocean; New York, USA, with its fast pulse, close friends, loud sounds and...

"180-gram LP version with embossed chessboard artwork print and printed inner sleeve."
This was originally released in 1981, & is a single piece of really trancey, hypnotic electronics with some nice, very subtle changes going on, & Manuel's (Ash Ra Tempel) guitarwork overlaid on it. I know that some folks find it too minimal, but for me, this is one of the great trance Berlin albums of all time. Personally recommended.

Equipment: Korg MS-10, Korg MS-20, Korg SQ-Sequencer, Korg Vocoder, Roland SH-01, Teac stereo tape deck.

Performed and recorded live in San Francisco, CA, USA 1982. Total running time, about 22 minutes.

"From an obscure tape release discovery, this 12" highlights the work of electronic music pioneer Joel Graham, a San Francisco based artist who self-released two cassettes in 1984/85. Originally recorded and performed live on pre-MIDI analog equipment in 1982 as an outline for a live p

Another very strong release 'rock/electric jazz/avant-progressive/call it anything' release from Rune Gramofon who are definitely on a roll these days. Then again, they have one of the most fertile contemporary scenes to draw on (their home turf in...

"When David Greenberger first embarked on what has become a life-long journey, drummer Chris Corsano was not yet five years old! In 1979, after graduating from art school in Boston, Greenberger took the job of activities director at the Duplex Nursing Home, an all-male elder care facility in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, and began collecting the stories, poems and music reviews of its aged patients for what became his Duplex Planet project, an undertaking that would eventually encompass nearly 200 issues...

"Greenslade had split up in 1975 but Dave Greenslade had already written in effect a new album of music and he was ready to make another album. Assembling a cast of stellar musicians he recorded "Cactus Choir" which was released in 1976 to worldwide critical acclaim.

"Dave Greenslade's first solo album is a big improvement over the last several records of his former band Greenslade. Not only is Cactus Choir comparable in quality to earlier Greenslade releases like Bedside Manners Are Extra, it...

Legit reissue from Brain / Universal. Many consider this, their fourth studio album,to be one of their main classics.

"Grobschnitt were one of the crop of German bands that fell into the Krautrock category, mixing progressive rock influences with improvisational elements and humour to create a very compelling brand of music. The irreverence was evident in their music, but not at the cost of technical and compositional proficiency. All the musicians were masters of their instruments, and created...

Beautiful, new replica edition of this great, classic German symphonic rock release. There is no in-print CD edition; this is the only version currently out there!

The band's fifth album, and one that a good number of people consider to be the greatest live progressive rock album ever made!

"The German group Grobschnitt were one of the more famous bands from the classic 70's Krautrock era. They had a long and varied history that spanned over 20 years and were quite popular in their native...

"Tired of the rock format and excited by the freedoms promised by electronic music, Harald Grosskopf quit Wallenstein, a conventional rock band, in the mid-'70s to turn his attention to electronica. Grosskopf thus became the first drummer to specialize...