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Reissues

Landmarks
Following its release in the winter of 2018, "Landmarks", a collaboration between veteran ambient artists Celer and Forest Management, initially drew quiet accolades and a steadfast listenership that has since swelled to unimagined proportions (~20 Mil. streams), resonating with listeners perhaps now more than ever and cementing its status as an experimental classic.  Inspired by Paul Theroux's novel "The Mosquito Coast" and Peter Weir's 1986 film adaptation of that book, "Landmarks" sets out 14…
Sacred Heart of Reinvention
Wow, this is unreal -- the first full length album by Slacking on AAD? What a privilege to do this landmark release, which will surely be looked back on years from now as a crowning achievement for the label, in the same way that Creation Records must feel about being the one to have put out "Loveless". From the first time i heard this project i was stoked in a way i hadn't been since first discovering Harsh Noise. It was immediately apparent that i was to be in total support of this project as …
The Avant-garde
**Yellow vinyl** Though Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane were two of the prime forces in what came to be known as free jazz, their approaches couldn't have been more different. While Coleman's music dispensed with chords and rejected instrumental virtuosity in favour of unbroken horizontal development of melodic line, Coltrane's music for the most part relied on stacking up chords in blocks and exploring the results with fearsomely complex, passionate harmonic interrogations. However Coltrane w…
Journey In Satchidananda
*180 Gram/ gatefold/ audiophile* Originally issued by Impulse in 1971, this masterpiece Alice's album is on of the most exciting record she have ever did! And, what's more, it's absolutely live! It is definitely one of the best  truly cosmic jazz orchestrations ever realized. Recorded at the Coltrane home studio, Dix Hills, New York on November 8, 1970. Alice Coltrane (harp, piano); Pharoah Sanders (soprano saxophone, perc); Charlie Haden (bass); Rashied Ali (drums); Cecil McBee (bass); Vishnu W…
The Long Living Things
*First time on vinyl* Masahiro Sugaya, his name is now known worldwide as one of the leading artists of Japanese ambient, which has been re-evaluated worldwide in recent years. The Long Living Things, the album was released in 1988 by Japanese musician/composer Masahiro Sugaya for performing arts company "Pappa Tarahumara", which he also belonged to, and has long been overlooked by all but a few enthusiastic music lovers. P-Vine is honoured to have the honour of reissuing this great work on viny…
Mother-Of-Pearl Box
Japanese composer Hiroko Matsuzaki began her classic music career as a flutist, and from 1985 to 1987 she worked as a studio musician as a flute/synthesiser player based in London, gaining an excellent reputation abroad without passing through the Japanese music scene. Simon Jeffs of the Penguin Cafe Orchestra heard this work and decided to participate in German electronic musician Rhodelius' Pink, Blue and Amber. This is the first time reissuing the lost work she produced only 100 copies before…
Musique Créée Pour Le Ballet Iguzki Hauskara
250 copies limited release Originally released on cassette only in 1984, Iguzki Hauskara by Pascal Gaigne, combines Basque Folk oral tradition, Spanish guitar and Contemporary Classical minimal compositions in equal parts. Beautifully haunting, wondrous and expansive, this record speaks to the spirit. A timeless document that befits situations and sceneries that existed long before this record was made. A pivotal moment in Pascal’s career, highest possible recommendation for fans of 80’s counter…
The Broadcast Collection 1970-1981
Kraftwerk was formed in 1970 and is widely regarded as a pioneer of  electronic music. They built custom-made electronic instruments and utilized cutting-edge equipment to create their signature sound. The album "Autobahn," particularly its title track, brought them international acclaim.
Another Lonely Night: Live At The Palalido, Milan, Italy, May 27th 1981 - FM Broadcast
Milan's Palalido, 1981 crackles with Kraftwerk's "Computer World" tour. Robotic rhythms, neon lights, anthems like "The Model" & "Numbers" ignite. A time capsule of synthpop mastery, future sounds live.
Il Ginecologo Della Mutua
Beat Records is glad to publish the unreleased original motion picture soundtrack composed by Renato Serio for the movie "Il Ginecologo Della Mutua", a movie in the Sexy Comedy genre directed by great Joe D’Amato (Aristide Massaccesi) with brilliant Renzo Montagnani in the cast along with good actors of the period such as Massimo Serato, Paola Senatore and Daniela Doria. The score composed by Maestro Serio, collaborator and friend of immortal Armando Trovajoli, color the plot in a sparkling way …
Le Pistole Non Discutono
2024 reissue. Beat Records relaunches on the market the classic OST by Ennio Morricone for the Western film "Le pistole non discutono", directed in 1964 by Mario Caiano and starring Rod Cameron, Ángel Aranda, Vivi Bach, Horst Frank, José Canalejas, Kay Fisher, Joseph Martin, Hans Nielsen, Dick Palmer, Judy Robbins, and Andrew Ray. For this film, Ennio Morricone composed the song “Lonesome Billy", a Western ballad with an American sound introduced by guitars and whistle with the voice of Pete Tev…
Playing It Cool & Playing It Right
Keith Hudson, who temporarily worked as a dentist in the ghettos of Kingston, emigrated to New York City in 1976 and died there prematurely in 1984. He is best known for his work as a producer for artists such as U-Roy, Big Youth, Ken Boothe and Horace Andy and within short order Hudson brought his all-round talent to full fruition.    In 1974, he produced two ground-breaking albums. "Pick A Dub" was one of the first official dub albums ever, and is still considered to be one of the greatest mom…
Swing Ensemble
Did someone say Summer? Sicily is what Cuba is to the Caribbean, sun, sea, easy and friendly people with lots of troubles! You won't find anything better around that identifies the summer more than this album by Enzo Randisi who at the beginning of the 80s put together a Swing Ensemble as a tribute to that "cheerful" movement of Jazz music. But Enzo and his fellas just couldn't stay on track and put in the best that the alternative Palermo area could offer in that historical period, like the sis…
Super America
*2024 repress* Remastered edition of Janko Nilovic's album Super America, originally released in 1976. Janko Nilovic was one of the greatest European studio talents in the '70s. He is a musician who devotes himself to music, which resulted in a great number of published works, but most of them are on library labels not available for sale. His oeuvre stretches from classical, jazz and funk to pop, psych and easy listening. Sampled many times by hip-hop artists such as Jay-Z, Dafuniks and Guts. "I…
The Amygdala Expedition
A truly stunning masterstroke with almost no equivalent, "The Amygdala Expedition", by the Hungarian musician and musicologist, László Hortobágyi, weaves a singular world of myth and imagination at the boundaries of New Age, Ambient, experimental, and ethnographic music. Drawn from a body of work that first began to emerge during the late '80s and early '90s
Harsh 70s reality
20th anniversary edition of 1000, this time with proper gatefold sleeve! Restored to the full length of the original vinyl release (no omitted tracks as on the CD) and includes download code redeemable from the label** "Originally seeing the light of day in April of 1992, Harsh 70s Reality was not just a high water mark for that year, but for the ages. Technically this was the band's fourth long-play outing, and as a double-album, it followed (and was ever so slightly informed by) two for…
Njitna !
Nanga Boko Records is very proud to present you "Njitna !" ("I'm Coming" in Bamoun vernacular langage of Cameroun), the official compilation of the finest early recordings (1979/1980) of the Cameroonian composer & musician Théodore Mounta, known on scene as "Ometh". In An Ethical Approach, 50 % Of The Profits Of This Release Go Straight To The Artist. Deluxe hand-numbered edition, limited to 500, includes a bonus track never released on vinyl before! Each record comes with an insert that include…
Daisies - Sedmikrasky
Back in the latter half of the 1960s the burgeoning idiosyncratic group of alternative filmmakers coming out of (then) Czechoslovakia known as the Czech new wave were taking art house cinemas in western Europe and America by storm. The hour-long films that came out of the infamous Barrandov Studio production house played a competitive rival to that of the French and Italian new waves with their very own immaculate and spellbinding takes on cinema verité, film noir, surrealism and cinema concrète…
Buchla Concert At Galeria Bonino New York 1974
Huge Tip! The very first Buchla synthesiser performance by revolutionary composer Suzanne Ciani finally makes its fifty year journey from its switch-on New York art gallery to its long deserved and discerning global phonographic audience. With this previously unheard vinyl pressing, Finders Keepers Records are proud to present an archival project of ‘art music’ that not only redefines musical history but lays genuine claim to the overused buzzwords such as pioneering, maverick, experimental, gro…
The Many Faces Of Karin Krog (Recordings 1967-2017)
Norway’s Grand Old Lady of jazz, Karin Krog turned 80 in May 2017, and the Odin label honoured her with a superb 6CD box set overviewing her outstanding career. Karin Krog is one of the great jazz singers. Few others worked within so many different areas of the music and fewer still could have done so with the same assurance, commitment and elegance. Like her peers such as Jan Garbarek, Arild Andersen, Jon Christensen and Terje Rypdal, she is a figurehead for that explosion of Norwegian jazz tal…