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  • Originally released as a limited edition for Record Store Day in 2019, the mono mix of Pink Floyd’s_ A Saucerful of Secrets_ was remastered by James Guthrie, Joel Plante and Bernie Grundman from the 1968 analog tapes Pressed on 180 gram vinyl, the album is presented in a black, poly-lined inner sleeve inside a reproduction of...
  • Ex-Food Brain guitarist Shinki Chen, bass player Masayoshi Kabe (also known as M Glue) and Filipino Vietnam war veteran Joey "Pepe" Smith, who doubled as both the trio's drummer and vocalist, released two legendary albums in the early '70s Eve, the earlier of the band's two efforts, was probably the band's only "real" recording,...
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    Originally released in 1968 It would be difficult to overlook the eye-catching colorful cover, designed by Abe Gurvin, who was also responsible for the very appealing artwork on Tito Rodriguez and Gene Pitney's releases on the New York-based Musicor label However, this self-titled LP was soon forgotten after not having any singles...
  • This is one of the most talked about and rarest rock albums of the 1970s, with an Ebay record auction bid of over £4,000 for a copy of an original LP ‘Growers Of Mushroom’ has been hailed by many critics as a heavy rock classic by a London band that evolved out of blues band Black Cat Bones, put together by vocalist Peter...
  • According to The Wire, the British bible of musical excellence, Cluster 71is one of the "one hundred records that set the world on fire" Very few albums from Germany can lay claim to this honor Cluster 71 is a monster: the debut work from the year 1971 (actually just called Cluster) contains a mere three tracks (untitled) and is...
  • Originally released in 1974 on famous German label Bacillus, Dzyan's third and final album,it is recognized for its daring world beat elements, and totally acidic album cover art Dzyan refined their sound even further into improvisation and exotic sounds, mixed with weird experimentations and mysticism It offers other-worldly...
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    This album was released in autumn 1971 as the very first LP on the underground rock label Spiegelei, recorded in the then well-known Maschen Studio in Hamburg from 19 to 21 July 1971 The magazine Musik Express, praised the record and attested the band a surprising (positive) result, especially through the use of the hard German...
  • Another obscure album from the Nurse With Wound list, the official release of eponymous album of Frankfurt region group Lily Lily's music revealed influences from Traffic to Van der Graaf Generator and Gnidrolog because of the flute and sax work The album is also comparable to the 1st Nine Days Wonder or Os Mundis "43 Minuten"...
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    Exact replica, officially reissued by EMI 180 gram audiophile pressing with printed inner sleeve; digitally remastered from original tapes This reissue was "researched, spearheaded and co-ordinated" by Tom Recchion who has supplied rare artwork for the inner sleeve -- and, in general, this is a state-of-the-art edition The fourth...
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    Originally released in 1975 as LR27 on Leo Records label Daniela Casa (1944 - 1986) was a singer and composer, wife of Remigio Ducros, who wrote the first volume of "America Giovane", an LP that ideally precedes this second chapter, another extremely rare release and among the most sought after by collectors Musically, it...
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    Double vinyl reissue of this classic psychedelic hardrock title from the legendary UK underground power trio, lead by ace guitarist Martin Weaver (later a member of Dark on their 'Round The Edges' album) Get prepared for a fest of fuzz, wah-wah and heavy riffs that will blow the mind of any hard-psych collector Includes liner...
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    Presented on double-vinyl, here is the second volume to complete the anthology of Wicked Lady's recordings These are the final tracks, recorded in 1972, just before the band split up and guitarist Martin Weaver left to re-emerge with the cult-band Dark On offer is another batch of excessive, over-the-top doomy psychedelic...
  • Lost somewhere between the mysterious alleys of '70s Istanbul and the scorching sun and crystal blue sea of Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Şatellites self-titled debut album is set to be released on Batov Records The Şatellites' sound shimmers between traditional Turkish folk and instrumentation, ethereal psychedelic guitar leads and groovy...
  • “A psychedelic masterpiece” - The Guardian The Pretty Things, iconic 1st wave R&B cult heroes, created some of the most exciting and innovative records of the 1960s and 1970s Winners of the Hero award at the 2009 Mojo Honours, the band have been a huge influence on artists as diverse as David Bowie, Aerosmith, The...
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    Monster Melodies present the legendary album Satan, an absolute must-have in terms of French progressive music, recorded in 1973 and never before released In 1968, in Le Mans (a town in the west of France in Les pays de la Loire), some young students, planning to become teachers, started a band under the name The New Rainbow Like...
  • Nicola Giunta and Gioele Valenti (the musicians creating the Lay Llamas dimension) seem to communicate from a different solar system their ecstatic gaze towards an imaginary future world They rely mainly on a narrative tone of mysterious and spectral dark-psych shades, digging abyss of glacial depth of the self, where light...
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    Hive Mind Records present the second volume of the explosive collaboration between two legendary collectives of the ecstatic music underground In 2017, Kawabata Makoto and his Acid Mothers Temple embarked on an extensive tour of South America During the tour they carved out time to record and play shows with Argentine...
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    1971 and Black America was luxuriating in the soft soul of the O’Jays, the Temptations had just left behind their flirtation with psychedelia, James Brown was explaining Soul Power, Sly & the Family Stone were having a Family Affair, and Marvin Gaye was asking ‘What’s Going On’ In their own inimitable way, Funkadelic...
  • After their debut album "Space Voyage" for Warner Chappell, Eleven76 are back with a new album commercially available for the first time entitled "Occhio Occhio" The album contains insect-themed outernational grooves with tropical and arabian flavours and smooth and buttered tunes with soulful vibes that are reminiscent of...
  • Ohr present a reissue of Birth Control's Operation, originally released in 1971 Re-release of the second album of the Berlin outfit on the original Ohr label Produced by the famous photographer Didi Zill in 1971 at Hansa...
  • Causa Sui are back with Return To Sky, the successor to 2013's Euporie Tide, which consolidated the band as a crucial underground force in the European psych scene and spread their unique brand of warm-toned stoner rock to a wider audience Return To Sky is a condensed piece of acutely experimental yet immensely engaging...
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    The electrifying Ten Years After! A premium RTI Pressing, from the original UK MONO masters! Immortalized on the silver screen, Ten Years After's landmark performance of "I'm Going Home" at Woodstock galvanized their reputation as road warriors capable of rousing large crowds -- such as the 400,000 festival-goers mesmerized by...
  • In November 2020, with the entire world locked down at home, Amir Bresler was itching to create He’d spent years onstage, but never released a full solo album A friend’s invitation brought him to a rural village outside Tel Aviv, and the move lit a spark: Bresler set up shop in the village’s local auditorium named ‘The...
  • Timeland is a long-lost King Gizzard record mysteriously unearthed on the eve of 2022 It does not appear on any DSPs anywhere, making the physical product a highly coveted collector's item All LPs are housed in a brown paper bag to help combat the environmental impact of vinyl...
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    A facsimile LP edition of the classic album from Van der Graaf Generator Newly remastered from the original first-generation master tapes One of the defining progressive rock releases of its era Van der Graaf Generator's second album, the wonderfully inventive H to He Who Am the Only One, sounds as fresh and new today as when it...
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    A facsimile LP edition of the classic 1971 album from Van der Graaf Generator heralded as one of the groundbreaking albums of the progressive era Newly remastered from the original first-generation master...
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    A facsimile LP edition of the classic 1975 album from Van der Graaf Generator newly remastered from the original first-generation master...
  • '70s Chicago-area based band Apocalypse used their double-neck guitars to create chamber prog suites about faraway castles Their lost 1976 LP (used as a demo), with male/female harmonies, violin, mellotron, and fuzzed-out guitars/keys has been unearthed by Steve "Plastic Crimewave" Krakow With their lengthy and tuneful musical...
  • Trading Places present a reissue of Beau's Creation, originally released in 1971 Leeds-born folk-rocker John Trevor Midgely, alias Beau, was celebrated for deft twelve-string guitar, a poignant voice and distinctive song-writing, which brought him onto John Peel's Dandelion label Second LP Creation was recorded over three days and...
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    Three-LP box version in purple-and-gold hot-foil-stamped box with eight-page insert and poster A treasure trove of previously unreleased West Coast guitar psychedelia, 1966-1975 "Uther Pendragon was more than just a band, it was a family Closer than brothers, they lived together, made music together, worked, played, laughed, cried...
  • Reissue, originally released in 1971 on the Triangle label Excellent vintage hard-rock made in Belgium Irish Coffee's sound was clearly influenced by Deep Purple or even Uriah Heep, with killer guitar all over and good use of organ This has been considered as a key album in the hard-rock field since the early days of collecting,...
  • One of the rarest teen-garage albums from the US, originally released in 1968 on the custom Century label A mix of fantastic original songs and imaginative covers From garage-punk to moody folk-rock, beat and proto-psych The story of Thus is not very different to that of many '60s bands that appeared in the US after the British...
  • The kaleidoscopic sonic agriculture of Wet Tuna has long inhabited its own universe Over the past five years, they have established themselves as one of the most forward thinking and anarchic of the many groups rethinking and reconceptualizing the notion of the “jam band,” all the while frustrating critical attempts to slot...
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    Lost studio sessions from 1973 revealed for the first time Comes in a beautiful silk screen thick carton sleeve Includes a full  colour 12 page booklet with linernotes from researcher Frank Jochemsen 678 Records is proud to announce the Dutch incarnation of Third Eye: cosmic space music from Jan Huydts (Fender Rhodes piano &...
  • Trading Places present a reissue of Samurai's self-titled album, originally released in 1971 In 1971 the group called WEB changed its name to Samurai and started working on their eponymous studio album released on the obscure Greenwich Gramophone label Samurai is a great gem of early British progressive rock, and although it was...
  • Pressed on 180 gram vinyl "Apropos Cluster (1990) was released in Coralville, Iowa, in deepest provincial America Youthful enthusiast Russ Curry (sic) set up the Curious Music label on his own initiative to release this very album Emboldened by the spirit of the independent movement, he paid for manufacturing himself and took care...
  • 180 gram vinyl Bureau B reissues Cluster's 1994 album One Hour "Cluster's hiatus between Curiosum (BB 038CD/LP) and Apropos Cluster (BB 171CD/LP) in 1990 lasted for almost 10 years Roedelius and Moebius spent this time developing their individual musical characteristics in a series of solo albums and collaborations which they...
  • LP version on 180 gram vinyl Bureau B presents Cluster's USA Live, a 1996 recording of Cluster's first tour of the USA This release consists of tracks from Purple Pyramid's 1997 CD First Encounter Tour 1996, reworked and reselected in collaboration with the musicians and presented on vinyl (for the first time) and on CD Includes...
  • LP version on 180 gram vinyl After Curiosum (BB 038CD/LP, 1981), the last Cluster album to be released on Sky, Roedelius and Moebius turned their attention to solo work It was not until the early 1990s that Cluster returned to the electronic music stage with Apropos Cluster (BB 171CD/LP, 1990) and One Hour (BB 172CD/LP, 1994) The...
  • The two authorized recordings presented on Konzerte 1972/1977 vividly conjure up the atmosphere, perhaps even the magic, of a Cluster performance back in the day One took place in 1977 during a science fiction festival in Metz (France) The other dates back to an earlier show in Hamburg's Fabrik venue Cluster played three gigs in...
  • "Limited edition: white vinyl & adult colouring cover" Cluster's influence on the development of electronic music cannot be overstated The original trio of Conrad Schnitzler, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius released two seminal albums as Kluster before Roedelius and Moebius replaced the 'K' with a 'C' and continued...
  • Double-LP version The first live recording of Cluster (Dieter Moebius and Hans-Joachim Roedelius), and their only collaboration with Austrian musician Joshi Farnbauer (drums and percussion), recorded in Vienna in 1980 A sonic throwback to their early years, reissued on CD Were one to be presented with two separate stacks of...
  • "The music scene in Cleveland in the mid to late 1960s was ripe with talent: the James Gang with Joe Walsh and Glenn Schwartz, The Choir, Eric Carmen (pre-Raspberries), Glass Harp with Phil Keaggy, the Damnation of Adam Blessing and the Lost Souls Of all those bands, only the Lost Souls never released a record Then again, they...
  • An anthology born out of isolation and deep introspection, Sky Dust Drifter is a cosmic medley of sun-soaked AOR, psychedelic folk, and soft rock This soundtrack was driven by the lonesome cowboy, a lockdown savior leaving me adrift in desert winds and dimly lit country bars Long-distance trades and masked meetups yielded a...
  • Following the release of the first two parts of CAN's live series, Mute and Spoon Records reissue a limited edition run of Soundtracks on clear purple vinyl Soundtracks, a compilation of songs CAN had composed for different movies, was released in 1970 before the band started work on their second album This record said goodbye...
  • Following the release of the first two parts of CAN’s live series, Mute and Spoon Records reissue a limited edition run of Monster Movie on blue vinyl With the sounds of Jimi Hendrix, Captain Beefheart and The Velvet Underground ringing in their ears, Holger Czukay and Irmin Schmidt left behind their careers in academia to...
  • Welcomed reissue of the rare 1972 progressive rock album 'Is A Friend' by The Parlour Band Issued by Decca's Deram imprint in 1972, this highly sought after release has been finally delivered on the vinyl format again Featuring Craig Anders (guitar, vocals), Mark Anders (bass, vocals), Peter Filleul (keyboards, guitar, vocals),...
  • 'Kings Of Oblivion' (1973) is one of the best-kept secrets of hard rock - and an important part of its history If you like your rock and roll "real," it doesn't get much more real than this Just don't go expecting Judas Priest, AC/DC or Black Sabbath; This is high-energy rock that truly belongs on the streets, and a landmark album...

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