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Fantastic Voyage

 

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New CoolioFantastic Voyage (album, timber mix, Dave Bellochio street, QDIII rmx, QDIII bonus beats)/U Know Hoo! (album) ... 12-inch
Tommy Boy, 1994. Near Mint- (pic cover).... $4.99
12-inch, Vinyl record
(Cover has a promo stamp.)

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New Leonard RosenmanFantastic Voyage ... CD
La La Land, 1966. New Copy .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the greatest soundtracks ever from Leonard Rosenman – and a key example of his strong talent for mixing acoustic instrumentation with very offbeat and eerie electronics! Rosenman had offered up this blend on other important science soundtracks of the 60s – but probably hit his apex with this gem – penned for mid 60s film about a bunch of scientists who shrink down, and take a trip inside the human body! The electronics are sublime – used in these stark, sharp ways that are very compelling, and downright evil in nature – providing a real contrast to some of the warmer woodwind touches in the orchestrations, even when they try to echo the electric energy. The whole thing's pretty darn great – a lot bleaker musically than the actual film – and titles include "Proteus Moving Through Sac", "Group Leaves", "The Proteus", "The Chart", "Pulmonary Artery", "Get The Laser", and "The Human Brain". CD
(Limited edition of 2000 copies.)
 
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New VariousTwo Timing Baby – Ember Sixties Pop Vol 2 ... CD
Ember/Fantastic Voyage (UK), 1961/1962. New Copy .... Out Of Stock
A live batch of early 60s pop sounds from UK indie Ember Records – a few numbers featuring Joe Meek in the engineering booth and all around fun period pop – from charming romantic numbers to some weirder ones that are just as catchy! In the weirder department singles like "Taming Tigers" by Grant Tracy (stay away from that girl unless you enjoy the title activity) complete with snarling sound effects, but over all these are sweet, string section accented fun pop tunes that totally loveable. Titles include "Two Timing Baby" and "Will It Happen To Me" by Carter, Lewis & The Southerners, "The Great Matchmaker" and more by Grant Tracy", "It Matters Not" by Mark Douglas, "Are You Anyone's Girl" and more by Johnny Carson (nope, not that one), "Hello Heartbreak" and more by Sandra Gale, "Every Boy Like Me" and more by Kerry Adams, "Ding Dong Rag" and "Piano A Go Go" by Tommy Sanderson & The Sandmen. 22 tracks in all! CD
 
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New Shaolin AfronautsQuest Under Capricorn ... CD
Freestyle (UK), 2012. New Copy .... $19.99
A deeper, spacier set from Shaolin Afronauts – and one that goes a bit further into the cosmos, as you might guess from the title and cover art – though it's still firmly rooted in timeless Afro Soul and Funk! Once again, the greatest West African soul, jazz and funk of the 70s provides the most vital inspiration for the group – but the Afronauts go further with the freewheeling jazzy atmosphere on this one – especially on the longer cuts. The majority of tracks run longer than 5 minutes, giving them plenty of evolutionary space to travel, over the funky bedrock that's paved underneath. The horns are fantastic – with nine credited players – along with stellar drums and percussion, guitar, bass, Hammond and Rhodes. Titles Includes "Brooklyn", "Gayanamede Prelude", "Winds Across Gayanamede", "Los Angeles", "Quest Under Capricorn", "End Of A Sun", "Voyage Prelude", "Voyage" "Amhara", "Forests Of Io" and "Saturn's Dance". 11 tracks on the CD. CD

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New LakesideOutrageous ... LP
Solar, 1984. Used Gatefold .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A bit past their salad days of funky West Coast numbers like "Fantastic Voyage", but still peddling the LA sound that would lay the basis for G-funk years later, bass heavy grooves under whiny keyboards that owes more than a little to Cameo and later P-Funk. The title track's the best one on here, also features "Make My Day" and "Restrictions". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the lyric sleeve. Cover has a name in marker.)
 
 
 
 



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