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This is decent to rather good progressive/jazz-rock considering it came from Yugoslavia/Serbia in 1977.

This was the group's first and best album. The line up on this one is Andrej Pompe (keyboards), Peter Gruden (guitar, vocals), Aleksander Malahovsky (saxes), Gabriel Lah (bass), Janez Hvale (drums).

This is a limited edition run of 300 copies and it has never been reissued on vinyl before. Despite how the label is hyping it, this isn't the second coming of Jesus, Gigamesh, National...

�It will always be difficult to pinpoint where free jazz started, but it�s reasonable to say it was shaped and cultivated in New York in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Albert Ayler and Cecil Taylor were important players, as was Ornette Coleman. Axiom has significant historical importance by being what is quite possibly the first European free jazz record, even if it was not released at the time.
Recorded in Copenhagen in October 1963, it should have been Tom Prehn Quartet's debut album for the...

Peter Evans - piccolo trumpet
Matt Nelson - saxophone and effects
Dan Peck - tuba and effects
"The unit takes it's name from an Edgar Allen Poe story in which the narrator suffers from episodes of catalepsy and fears being buried alive. The reader is taken through various stages of paranoia, forced to imagine being trapped inside a coffin, paralyzed and unable to communicate their mortal predicament to the world of the living.

The title of the album is an homage to director James.

"A Ghost is the fourth title of the series "The Sound of Time", afantastic unreleased live collection of the first five historical PFM discs. The CD gives new life to the original atmospheres that characterized the musical themes of the international....

This is the fifth and last album in this nice series that documented PFM's residency in Tokyo, where they performed five of their classic albums live.

The World Became The World was essentially the English language version of L'Isola Di Niente...

One of my very favorite 70s symphonic rock bands is PFM; the string of their first six or so releases are really unique and quite stirring. And the first three are truly an apex of that sound.

Storia Di Un Minuto was their first album, and....

One of my very favorite 70s symphonic rock bands is PFM; the string of their first six or so releases are really unique and quite stirring. And the first three are truly an apex of that sound.

L'Isola Di Niente was their third album, and was...

�Each of the three pillars of the piece -- choir, metal trio, and pipe organ -- are operating within their own algorithms, their own keys, time and tempo. And the piece is written for them to be on parallel tracks but making a different fourth thing, dovetailing together on the cadences.
Eventually we all began to be able to hear how it all worked, what notes the choir should be singing when you, as the guitarist, were on your third beat of bar number 15, a 4/4 bar, at quarter note = 60, as they....

The GREAT composer/bandleader/drummer Bobby Previte's latest is a vinyl only release!

"Previte has assembled a dream team of experimental musicians from the jazz, indie rock, and classical worlds to create Terminals, a luminous project...

"Straight back to the 60’s, Climbing Light is an acid flashback altogether."-Impose

"It’s heady stuff, but in PRD’s hands it’s catchy, too—the album’s titular track sounds like The Zombies if they’d recorded a song based on The Tibetan Book of the Dead."-Entertainment Weekly

“Climbing Light sees the band at their most confident, unafraid to go wherever their muse may take them, and it's this sense of allowing the songs to be what they need to be, rather than trying to shoehorn them...

"Two very different albums by two almost totally different bands, is all that Procession have left us...The band reappeared in 1974 with a new line-up and a new recording deal, this time it's Fonit that releases their second album Fiaba. A mature work...

Originally released by Garden of Delights, this is what Garden of Delights do, which is finding completely unknown German rarities and reissuing them in the best possible manner. For vinyl, it came out on the equally well curated Long Hair label!
Prosper were a dual guitar, Fender Rhodes/mellotron/mini-Moog, bass and drums progressive band. The keyboards give it a jazzier/fusion touch.
At its best, this has some great guitarwork and a fusion underpinning. At its worst? Well, the vocals ain't so..

Terrific one & done release from a Canadian folk / psych outfit who were mentored by Paul Horn (yes, THAT Paul Horn who managed to have this album released only in Canada by Columbia in 1974. This is the real thing and comes highly recommended!

"First official vinyl reissue, from the master tapes, of this cult favorite -- an album overflowing with brooding, mystical, Eastern-influenced hippie psychedelia dominated by long and largely instrumental tracks -- all based on a complex interplay of...

Beautiful, legitimate and fully licensed reissue of a stone classic of wacky, early 80s electro-wave with the fantastic Mark Beyer cover!

Ptose were a great, some Residents inspired electro-band from France in the 70s. This was their only...

“Acclaimed London-based sonic explorer Seb Rochford unleashes a startling new band and debut album. The frontier where doom rhythms rub against haunted saxophone atmospherics. A four-time Mercury Prize nominee (Polar Bear, Sons of Kemet, Basquiat Strings) Pulled By Magnets is Seb's most sublime and provocative musical statement to date. From the off, it sounds unlike anything the Scots-born, London-based, desert-loving drummer of Anglo-Indian and English/Irish heritage has done before. Gone are the...

"Curtains up for a new power trio: bass player Massimo Pupillo (Zu, Laniakea), drummer Alexandre Babel (Sudden Infant) and Caspar Brötzmann on guitar. As the title Live At The Candy Bomber Studios, Vol.1 indicates, this album is the first cut from an inspired recording meeting. Raw energy with full focus; three instrumentalists, at the peak of their skills, blend noise rock, drone, and improvisation into two relentless, epic pieces. The line-up consists of Massimo Pupillo, bass player in Zu, Laniakea....

"Jerusalem is well known among 70s hard rock enthusiasts thanks to their stone-cold classic 1972 Deram label debut album. After that record was released, the band made the bold decision to not to continue with the same name—for them, Jerusalem was a one-off moment in time and could never be recreated. And so, three-fifths of Jerusalem (founding members Paul Dean and Ray Sparrow along with Bob Cooke), became Pussy. The new band were still managed and produced by Ian Gillan (Deep Purple). Pussy recorded....

"... from trippy phases with echo guitars and Mellotron onto headfirst plunges into space-rock overdrive territory. In all, an excellent album of spacey krautrock"-Alan Freeman

33 minutes of pure, unadulterated, psychedelic krautrock courtesy of Pyramid, an obscure studio project produced by Toby Robinson, aka The Mad Twiddler.
These sessions were recorded circa 1975-76 in Cologne for the underground Pyramid label, which was operated by Toby and his friend Robin Page (the Fluxus artist)...

This is a pretty great, very kosmiche, vinyl-only solo album from the leader of Samsara Blues Experiment. This combines two digital-only EP releases into one great album with one EP per side.

"Set the controls of the Wayback Machine to Berlin circa 1972. Imagine a mash up of Popol Vuh "Affenstunde", Klaus Schulze's "Cyborg", and Ash Ra Tempel's "Join Inn". Retro-underground-krautrock at its finest."-Ken Golden

"The first one featured the 20 minute modular synthesizer jam “Modular Mono..