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NOTE: All copies have slight / small sleeve wear, due to storage

Unbelievable price on this brand new double vinyl release by a member of Taj Mahal Travellers.

"After spending the first half of the 1970s globetrotting with Asia's premiere avant-garde band--Takehisa Kosugi's Taj Mahal Travellers (where Seiji Nagai played trumpet and keyboards)--Nagai continued to study and play music, particularly Indian music (drones) and electronic/computer generated music. In 1999 he finally released...

This vinyl version of one of our great releases from earlier in the year was released only in Spain and we have only 8 copies to sell!

If creating an unmistakable group sound is the ultimate goal of a jazz ensemble, the Spanish trio Naima is well on its way to securing a spot as one of the leading combos on the contemporary European scene. Featuring Enrique Ruiz on piano and synths, Luis Torregrosa on drums, and Rafael Ramos Sania on double bass, the Valencia...

"Ideologic Organ present Unfold, brand-new recordings from The Necks, the legendary Australian trio who excel in bypassing musical cliche whilst exploring and extending the practices embedded within improvisation, jazz, post rock, ambient, minimal, and textural, "sound based" music. The latest document from this long-running ensemble presents itself as a double LP, with four side-length tracks. A deliberate absence of numbered sides hands a substantial swatch of participation over to the listener...

This is the third album by this very excellent, very interesting, songs-with-vocals format, electric jazz/rock band, which means they come out somewhere between Caravan or Wigwam in the song department and Tony Williams Lifetime/Mahavishnu Orchestra/Elephant9 in the jazz/rock department!

The bassist is from Elephant9 and the drummer is from the Rune Grammofon bands Humcrush and Food.

I thought that this was basically really different by bringing two different sounds together in a really..

"The second album by Necromonkey, featuring drummer Mattias Olsson (ex-Anglagard) and keyboardist David Lundberg (known from his work with Gösta Berlings Saga).
Elements of techno, space, avant, alt-rock and symphonic and lounge jazz have been blended together, along with a unique perspective that only these musicians can bring to the table. The album brings forth different moods and styles in a seamless, almost hypnotic fashion. Continuously engaging the listener with subtle tensions is the key...

This was the second album released by this English-by-way-of-Germany spacerock band. It was recorded in 1972 and features Taff Freeman (mellotron, pianos, organ, vocals), Roye Albrighton (guitars, vocals), Mo Moore (bass) and Ron Howden (drums).
Despite my fondness for the pure psychedelic progressiveness of Journey To The Centre Of The Eye, A Tab In The Ocean is the first release where they really gain their very unique sound and sense of self. Another excellent spacerock release...

"Includes the original album mix fully remastered and informative liner notes by famed rock biographer Dave Thompson in a beautiful gatefold jacket."

The first release by this English group who spent their most popular and productive years in...

The seventh release by this English group who spent their most popular and productive years in Germany, and are usually thought of as a German band. Recycled was the band's final studio release while still based in Germany and was a very high-budget...

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...

"Ceremonies Out Of The Air is the premiere double-length solo album of virtuoso Philadelphia-based saxophonist Keir Neuringer. Consisting of five extended improvisations performed before an invited audience in August 2013, the album presents the....

Concerto Grosso Per I, from 1971, is a early highlight of the melding of rock music and the classics in Italian progrock.

"The New Trolls' next project was an ambitious attempt to merge heavy progressive music with 18th century inspired...

Andr� Roligheten saxophones / Petter Eldh double bass / Gard Nilssen drums.

"If you ask the names of the most prominent and sought after jazz- and improvised music drummers in Norway, you can be sure to find Gard Nilssen on that list. Anywhere...

Long out of print in any form, we are offering the last 8 copies on earth. Please note that all of these have some minor cover wear - each copy is different, but the covers are all definitely not perfect (the vinyl is perfect, new and unplayed) - these...

Hand-painted limited edition of 300 copies.
"No Neck Blues Band are the last of their kind, children of a New York City that no longer exists. They've operated in the shadows of Gothams music scene for almost twenty years as likely to perform in...

This is an obsessively beautiful reissue of a Finnish progressive rock title! You get the original album, as well as a new remix of the album, made from the original multitracks, which includes a previously unheard song and a 7" replica of their only 7"!

"A symphonic rock band from Rovaniemi, formed in 1974. Their main influences were Yes, Pink Floyd, Procol Harum and Wigwam. Atlantis (1976) contained only four tracks, fronted by Antti Ortamo's organ and vocals...[with] strong melodic elements...

This is a interesting and very good combination of folks, bringing hard fusion and hard progressive and technical metal elements to the table on this fine, instrumental, contemporary effort.
Think Trioscapes + Blotted Science + Animals As Leaders + aggressive early 70s fusion. Recommended to any fans of this sound.
The group is Dan Briggs on bass (of Between The Buried And Me, but more germane to the sound here, the contemporary hard fusion band Trioscapes), Richard Henshall on guitar (of Haken).