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Biologic Music (LP)
"1973, in the south of the Netherlands, the city of Heerlen and its surroundings nurtured a strong musical heritage and culture. A number of young musicians were developing their skills in one of the many music schools established in a 30 km radius. This new blood would join fanfares, symphonic orchestras, choirs, and later have a strong influence on dutch pop and jazz music. Founded by Jelmo “Pio” Piovesana, teacher and key musical figure in the region of south Limburg, Heerlens Percussie Ensem…
LP | €24.90
Musax Background Music Library Vol. 1 (LP)
"For this first volume of Musax Background Music Library, Farfalla Records continues exploring the maze of the french library music through one of its most discreet and prolific representatives: Jacky Giordano and one of his many projects, the Musax label. Farfalla Records carefully selected this tracklisting among LPs recorded between 1978 and 1979 of which the originals became particularly sought after by the collectors. Jacky Giordano who appears under his aliases Joachim Sherylee and José Ph…
LP | €24.90
Forma / Metabolist Meter (LP)
Continuing the fertile collaboration initiated in 2012 with Recollection GRM, Ina Grm and Editions Mego have decided to offer a complementary series, no longer focused on the "classic" GRM repertoire but towards recent creations commissioned by the GRM to artists from all horizons
LP | €18.90
Sings Songs From His TV Series (LP)
"The fourth studio album by the American solo artist Scott Walker was released in June 1969. The album does not include original compositions by Walker and consists of performances of ballads and big band standards. The record is an accompaniment to his BBC TV series, the simply named Scott, aired during Walker’s self-described 'wilderness years.' Released between Scott III and Scott IV, Sings Songs From His TV Series was a collection of songs Walker performed on the show re-recorded in studio."
LP | €15.90
I'll Be Anything For You (LP)
"Tamiko Jones - born Barbara Tamiko Ferguson in 1945 in Kyle, West Virginia – debuted in 1967 on Atlantic with flautist and mentor Herbie Mann on the soul-jazz-bossa flavored A Mann & A Woman. Her solo career take off in 1968 with the rare groove inflected I'll Be Anything For You, released on A&M/CTI and produced by label owner Creed Taylor. Recorded and engineered by master Rudy Van Gelder at his own Studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, the album is such a lovely combination of soul-funk ja…
LP | €15.90
The Man From O.R.G.A.N. (LP)
"Can you truly believe this record was released in 1965? Forging a brand new hybrid of space-age, easy listening and spy jazz the American pianist and composer Dick Hyman, born in New York in 1927, put together one of the cornerstone of the genre. Before switching to the Moog synthesizer (right on time with the moon landing in 1969) he had some very influential theme music releases on MGM Records and Command. But The Man From O.R.G.A.N. was a monster in itself. How could you go wrong with this t…
LP | €15.90
No U-Turn - Live in Pasadena, 1975
This previously unissued recording of cornetist Bobby Bradford and woodwinds player John Carter at Caltech’s Baxter Lecture Hall, with two bassists - Stanley Carter and Roberto Miranda - and drummer William Jeffrey, is the earliest known documentation of the Bradford/Carter duo in performance. It’s historic for a couple of reasons: It captures Carter on soprano, an instrument he would soon set aside in favor of the clarinet (which he plays here as well), and it includes a rare live recording of …
CD | €15.50
Impact (LP)
Re-mastering by: Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London  Trumpeter/ flügelhornist Charles Tolliver often straddled the line between the lyricism of hard bop and the adventurous nature of the avant-garde. Released in 1975, Impact contained a stimulating progressive edge within an energetic large band (14 horns, eight strings, and rhythm section) format.  Tolliver's arrangements are consistently bright and build momentum, while the soloists are given sufficient room to manoeuvre throug…
LP | €33.00
Journey To The One (2LP)
A later album by Pharoah, but one of his best! The record has a solidity that matches all of the soulful spirituality of his Impulse years with the a tightness that really sends the message home. Sanders on this LP is next to perfect
LP | €42.00
The Spiral (LP)
Tip! **200 copies, screenprinted cover** "Elin Engström from Monokultur and Skiftande Enheter goes solo as Loopsel. Recorded for a video installation in Copenhagen April 2019, The Spiral was originally released as a cassette on Amatör Kassetter in an edition of 50 copies later that year. The Förlag För Fri Musik edition is a longer version, expanded to a full album. Like haunting, distant radio transmissions tuning in and out, both sides are made up of several different suites, fragmentary from-…
LP | €22.90
Monophonie
**CD version** Following 2019’s New Atlantis LP under his alias Efdemin, Phillip Sollmann’s Monophonie is a project dedicated to uniting different strands of utopian music. His approach: combining and recontextualizing rare historical instruments of sonic research of Hermann von Helmholtz (19th century) with the self-designed, microtonal instruments of Harry Partch and metal sound sculptures of Harry Bertoia. The result is a psychedelic investigation into just intonation – alternative tuning sys…
CD | €14.50
Silver Apples Of The Moon (LP)
2020 repress. As composer, musician and initiator of the San Francisco Tape Music Center which he cofounded with Pauline Oliveros and Ramon Sender in 1961, Morton Subotnick (born 1933) has propelled the progress of electronic music in several significant ways. From 1963 on he worked with Don Buchla on the development of the early synthesizer Buchla Series 100 before moving to New York where the artist-in-residence at the newly established Tisch School of the Arts of New York University was enabl…
LP | €18.90
Visions Of A New World (LP)
Pianist Lonnie Liston Smith began his true professional career with Pharoah Sanders and then moved on to the very electric Miles Davis band before embarking on his own journey -- one that took him deep into the waters of pop music and disco by the late '70s. On "Visions Of A New World", Smith, accompanied by his working unit the Cosmic Echoes, digs deeper into the soul-jazz vein that he had begun exploring on "Expansions" and "Funk Extraction" in 1973 and 1974, respectively. In 1975, Smith was l…
LP | €29.90
Before And After Science (LP)
**2020 stock** 180 grams, remastered edition. Brian Eno's first four solo albums are all among the most underrated releases of the 1970s. Experimental, catchy and genre-hopping releases similar to that of contemporary David Bowie over the same period. Before and After Science might even be the pick of the bunch, combining the best elements of Taking Tiger Mountain and Another Green World. Eno's slightly thin, hammy English vocals might be the only deterrent, but get past that, and you've a quart…
LP | €18.90
Another Green World (LP)
**2020 stock** 180 grams, remastered edition. Another Green World is where Brian Eno creeps up behind me, and whispers how all pop music is about art, how all art is about life, and life is really a vessel for pop music. Where I forget what is a song and what is not a song, and where Eno realizes you can create something at once high art, low art, and not art at all. Most importantly, Eno discovers there is more beauty and worth in the discreet nuances of subtle sophistication than in all the bl…
LP | €18.90
The Litanies of Satan (LP)
Diamanda Galas' debut album "Litanies of Satan", originally released in 1982, reissued on the artist's own Intravenal Sound Operations label. The album has been meticulously remastered from the original Y Records analogue tapes and features the original classic artwork.
LP | €29.90
De Hondemepper
"The road to this collaboration starts at the 1985 Holland Festival, when Hoketus—the flinty post-rock new-music ensemble founded by Louis Andriessen—premiered Rokus de Veldmuis (Rokus the Fieldmouse) by Misha Mengelberg (1935–2017). As Hoketus pianist Gerard Bouwhuis recalls, it generated some minor grumbling within the band; the chipper first movement appeared to mock Hoketus’s hard-edged seriousness. But the second half—“Een hutje van gras” (A Little Grass Hut)—was a wow: a hurtling triple ca…
CD | €16.00
Figures (2LP)
The legendary experimental pop outfit returns with a brand-new record entitled "Figures", written, conceived and produced over the last couple of years by Marc Hollander (founder of Aksak Maboul and of the Crammed label) and Véronique Vincent (former singer with The Honeymoon Killers).
2LP | €27.90
Figures (2CD)
**CD version** The legendary experimental pop outfit returns with a brand-new record entitled "Figures", written, conceived and produced over the last couple of years by Marc Hollander (founder of Aksak Maboul and of the Crammed label) and Véronique Vincent (former singer with The Honeymoon Killers).
2CD | €18.00
The Spy from Istanbul (LP)
Turkish pianist Arman Ratip's "Spy From Istanbul" is a killer LP originally issued in Lansdowne Series UK Jazz. Featuring Soft Machine sidemen from 1973, this is one of Top 10 British Jazz albums, and it's indeed superb. Also it's supposedly the soundtrack to a book Ratip was going to pen.
LP | €24.90