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    Double-LP edition on 180-gram vinyl, presented in a gatefold sleeve with a 4-page booklet This live material was recorded on April 10th, 1970 at Fillmore West, San Francisco, when Davis performed as the opening act for the Grateful Dead The recording took place shortly after the release of Miles' classic album 'Bitches...
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    A reissue of this 1974 album by Miles Davis, pressed on 180-gram vinyl and presented in a gatefold sleeve The tracks on 'Get Up With It' were recorded between 1970 and 1974 The LP is an overlooked Psychedelic Soul classic, representing the best of Miles Davis' experimentations in fusing genres sa rock, funk, electronica and...
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    DJ Krush is a prime example of how Hip Hop can save your soul Krush took his girl to see Wild Style, the first motion picture dedicated to this new artform He was hooked Building and buying his own equipment, he became one of the first Hip Hop djs and producers in Japan Aside from being one of his country's pioneers, he...
  • 'Glassworks' is one of Philip Glass' most pleasant releases It contains six warm pieces in an attempt to create a more pop orientated...
  • 'Itaipu', written by American composer Philip Glass, were commissioned by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus Along with 'The Light' (1987), they marked Glass's continuation of a symphonic trilogy of "portraits of nature" as he had recently turned to making orchestral music The composition pays a beautiful homage to the...
  • Dorothy Ashby was an American jazz harpist, one of the very few who used her instrument to play credible jazz and bebop First studying as a pianist at Wayne State University and later, in 1952, switching to harp She recorded eleven albums for different jazz labels, like Savoy and Prestige Dorothy also guested as a studio...
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    March 16-20, 1992 is the third studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released in 1992 The title refers to the five-day span during which the album was recorded An almost entirely acoustic recording, the album features original songs and covers of traditional folk songs in near equal number, and was produced by REM...
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    After Just As I Am Music On Vinyl is proud to present the next gem of Bill Withers Still Bill It's rich, subtly layered music, but its best attribute is that it comes on easy, never sounding labored or overworked In fact, it takes several spins of the album to realize just how versatile Withers is on Still Bill, to hear how he...
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    Tony Fruscella was an under-recorded mellow, lyrical, cool jazz trumpeter (think Chet Baker) He unfortunately lived a similarly addictive lifestyle that led to his tragically premature death in 1969 His cool tone, influenced by Miles Davis and swing-era veteran Joe Thomas, made him a sideman in the early '50s for artists like...
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    The music on 'Dance Nos 1-5' was originally conceived as a three-way collaboration between composer Philip Glass, choreographer Lucinda Childs and artist Sol LeWitt Dance received its world premiere in Amsterdam on October 19, 1979 and its New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on November 29, 1979 Comes on 180 gram...
  • Raymond Scott (1908-1994) was a renowned bandleader, composer and pianist from the 1930s to the 1950s Many of his playful riffs, originally recorded from 1937 to 1939 by the Raymond Scott Quintette, are genetically encoded in every earthling, having covered by many artists while also being adapted for cartoons like 'Bugs Bunny',...
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    Raymond Scott recorded 'Soothing Sounds For Baby' in 1963 using electronic devices such as the Ondioline, homemade rhythm and tone generators, and tape echo This series of "aural toys" was designed for babies in three age groups (1-6 months, 6-12 months, and 12-18 months) The simple rhythms and melodies were intended to be...
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    'Nuff Said! Is an album by Jazz singer/pianist/songwriter Nina Simone In 1969, the album was placed on peak 44 in R&B Albums Chart The album received an Emmy nomination and featured one of Nina's biggest hits in Europe: "Ain't Got No, I Got Life" On the album are great songs like "In The Morning", "Please Read Me", "Gin...
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    Recorded in New York in 1967, Silk & Soul is Nina Simone's second album for RCA Despite arrangements that don't always best suit her voice, this album does contain classics "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free", which would become a Civil Rights anthem and "It Be's That Way Sometimes", written by her brother Sam Waymon...
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    Nina Simone Sings The Blues (1967) can rightfully be called a true classic in both Soul and Blues genres The album is a showcase for the intensity of Nina's soulful croon and demanding piano skills, accompanied by a marvelous backing band with Eric Gale and Rudy Stevenson on guitar, Bob Bushnell on bass, drummer Bernard 'Pretty'...
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    The Oxford based alternative rock band Swervedriver continued to develop themselves by implementing different music into their alternative rock and shoegaze sound Their first album Raise can be categorized as an album with a heavy sound, but also some melodic parts Their direct approach of the shoegaze sound can be heard by...
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    The Chosen Few was a reggae group from Kingston, Jamaica, formed in 1969 They were highly popular in the '70s and '80s, and continue to draw appreciative audiences around the world today 'Everybody Plays The Fool' is their second album, originally released in 1975 through Trojan Records Comes on 180 gram...
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    Edition on 180-gram audiophile vinyl Originally released in the fall of 1971 on Epic Records, this is the second album by Shuggie Otis The album contains the original version of 'Strawberry Letter 23', a 1977 hit for The Brothers...
  • When Slowdive disbanded in 1995 music fans widely associated it with the demise of the shoegaze genre Their last sign of life was Pygmalion (before they reunited in 2014)  and it was, after Just For A Day and Souvlaki a totally different and more abstract album Where the band attempted to put more song structures in place on...
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    Double 180 gram vinyl the scream returned to form in 1997 with "an anarcho-syndicalist speedfreak roadmovie record" they baptised it 'vanishing point', named after their favourite cult movie from 1971, and filled it with echoes of spy movies, cavernous dub, and '60s pop that created shoegaze mania that emphasized sound and groove...
  • Blue Day is a compilation album by English shoegaze band Slowdive It was originally released in 1992 and compiles the first three Slowdive EPs: Slowdive (missing the track "Avalyn II"), Morningrise (in its entirety), and Holding Our Breath (missing the Syd Barrett cover "Golden Hair" as well as "Catch the Breeze", which appeared...
  • Matthew Sweet is an American singer-songwriter and rock musician He was part of the burgeoning music scene in Georgia during the '80s, before gaining commercial success in the '90s In 1991 Matthew Sweet released Girlfriend, the pop-rock album which was widely considered an artistic breakthrough It quickly garnered impressive...
  • Pugh's Place was a Dutch progressive rock band formed in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands They recorded their debut album 'West One' in 1971 and since then it has been a collector's item for fans of the Dutch progressive-rock sound The album was produced by legendary Dutch vocalist and composer Boudewijn de Groot and features a...
  • Frank Nuyens, alias Rainman, was the guitarist for bands like Circus and a founding member of Q65 His solo debut album from 1971 is a slice of psychedelic folk & rock sounds and features fellow Q65 member Jay Baar, Dick Beekman and Eelco Gelling (Cuby & The Blizzards) 'Rainman' is a very rare and hard to find album from...
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    Therapy's release of the commercially successful 'Troublegum' album in 1994 earned the band appearances at a string of rock and indie festivals, including Reading and Donington The album includes the hits 'Screamager' and 'Nowhere' This reissue comes on 180 gram...
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    'Miles In Tokyo' is a live album recorded on July 14, 1964, by the Miles Davis Quintet (featuring Sam Rivers, Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock and Tony Williams) at the Tokyo Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan It is the first recording of Davis in Japan and the only album to showcase an early incarnation of his Second Great...
  • Slowdive's '5 EP' was released in 1993 and contains four songs, of which three are instrumental Neil Halstead had a blast experimenting with electronic beats The instrumental tracks on this EP are all accompanied by a solid beat Comes on 180 gram...
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    When English reggae band Aswad released their third album New Chapter in 1981, it didn't perform as well as expected within the mainstream reggae market, and so the band decided to reimagine the record with a dub remix That did not go unnoticed: A New Chapter of Dub, released in 1982, went on to receive critical acclaim and is...
  • 'Black Heat' is the eponymous debut studio album by American funk group Black Heat, released in 1972 The album is filled with hard-driving, meaningful songs that truly pack a groovy punch With each track Black Heat picks up the pace a little more, continuing on a breezy journey into a fusion of jazz, funk and latin Comes on 180...
  • 'Frolic Through The Park' is the second studio album by American thrash metal band Death Angel It was their last record to be released on Enigma Records before signing to Geffen Records in 1989 This LP is an expanded edition, containing a bonus D-side Comes on 180 gram...
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    When Primal Scream's Exterminator - or Xtrmntr - came out in 2000 as the last album on Alan McGee's legendary Creation Records it made quite a stir McGee must have told The Scream to let the label 'go out with a bang', and boy did they deliver Exterminator is Punk flavoured anarchism mixed with a big beat rumpus, a sonic protest...
  • In 1966, Q65's debut album entitled 'Revolution' found the band at their creative peak The band played acoustic as well as hard psych numbers along with the standards, and experimented with harmonium and other instruments to make 'Revolution' way more interesting than the average garage rock release Comes on 180 gram...
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    Stereo version In 1968 Status Quo's first hit record 'Pictures Of Matchstick Men' was released and the debut album soon followed 'Picturesque Matchstickable Messages' from the Status Quo features several covers, including 'Green Tambourine' by The Lemon Pipers and 'Spicks and Specks' by The Bee Gees Comes on 180 gram...
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    'The Remixes' is a compilation album by The Stone Roses, which features remixes by various producers including Utah Saints, A Guy Called Gerald and Paul Oakenfold Various techno luminaries ply their skills reworking some of those early classic songs, and it is immediately clear that the Roses, even beyond the genius of their...
  • The Raveonettes released their first full album 'Chain Gang Of Love' in 2003, and it quickly gained recognition The album was praised for its high-quality production, tightly controlled melodies and called the album a glorious buzz Mixing raw garage rock with catchy, sweet lyrics, 'Chain Gang Of Love' demonstrates The Raveonettes'...
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    The Melodians are a rocksteady band formed in Jamaica, which recorded several hits Their most famous song “Rivers of Babylon” reached world fame after Boney M scored a giant worldwide hit with it in 1978 The album by the same name features more of their attractive sounds, like the single 'Sweet Sensation', which made it to the...
  • Outside Your Room is the fourth EP by English shoegazing band Slowdive, released in 1993, two weeks prior to the release of their successful album Souvlaki The title is taken from the lyrics of the song “Alison”, which reached No 69 in the UK Singles Chart Side A also features the lazy lurcher “So Tired” The flip side...
  • 'Holding Our Breath' is a highly anticipated EP from Slowdive, featuring some of their best pre-'Souvlaki' recordings including their cover verion of Syd Barrett's 'Golden Hair' Comes on 180 gram...
  • The English shoegaze band Slowdive formed in 1989 by Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell 'Morningrise' might be one of the best shoegaze songs of all time, with the band recording a guitar 'wall of sound', combined with dreamy vocals This song appeared on the 1991 same-titled...
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    The 1989 soundtrack album 'Destination Berlin' by Tangerine Dream was composed to support the 360° movie by the same name The movie was shown at the premier of the Imagine 360 theater in West Berlin Comes on 180 gram...
  • For Tricky's fifth album 'Juxtapose' from 1999 he teamed with DJ Muggs, the architect of Cypress Hill's sound, and DMX's producer Grease This album is quite obviously a Tricky album: a highly eccentric artist, an unusual mix of collaborators, an entirely new expression and message Comes on 180 gram...
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    On 180-gram audiophile vinyl, coming in a gatefold sleeve This triple vinyl package includes the complete sessions that The Animals recorded with producer Mickie Most in 1964 and 1965 The 40 songs capture the band at their peak, including most of their best and biggest hits: 'House Of The Rising Sun', 'Don't Let Me Be...
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    When Captain Beefheart went into the studio in late 1967 to record the follow-up to the debut album 'Safe As Milk', it was with the intention of producing a double album Three of the tracks the band recorded were long, psychedelic blues jams These were intended to fill one of the set's two LPs This concept, however, was at some...
  • British shoegazing/alternative rock band Chapterhouse released two albums during their existence, 'Whirlpool' (1991) and 'Blood Music' (1993) The second and final album has a more pronounced electronic sound than its predecessor Comes on 180 gram...
  • 'Naqoyqatsi' is the third and final film in the Qatsi trilogy, translated as "life as war" Just like its predecessors 'Koyaanisqatsi' and 'Powaqqatsi' the music was composed by Philip Glass Performed by members of the Philip Glass Ensemble, and featuring the amazing Yo-Yo Ma on cello, this completes the lengthy score which was...
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    'Wang Dang Doodle' from 1970 is one of the best Dutch blues albums of all time Together with Cuby & The Blizzards, The Livin' Blues put the Netherlands on the blues map in the '60s and '70s The album includes 'Wang Dang Doodle' and 'Spoonful', written by Willie Dixon, produced by Jaap Eggermond Comes on 180 gram...
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    Paladin were a British progressive rock band that released two albums during their short existence (1970-1973) They played in venues across the UK as they worked to develop their sound, performing a mix of rock, blues, soul, jazz, and Latin music In 1971, Paladin entered the Olympic Studios in London to record their eponymous...
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    Dog of Two Head was the first step for Status Quo in becoming the band and the sound they are known for The music contains less of their psychedelic music and more of their wall of sound rock The content takes on a heavy blues feel with plenty of twelve-bar rocking numbers The single "Mean Girl", was to become a UK #20 hit...
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