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A masterpiece of Turkish psychedelia – and quite possibly the greatest album ever from Turkish psychedelic maestro Erkin Koray – a mad blend of sounds that definitely lives up to its "elektronik" title! Most numbers feature a weird blend of electric guitar and baglama – ... CD
The great late 60s record from Peruvian rockers The (St Thomas) Pepper Smelter! Soul & Pepper is a batch of fuzzy, organ-heavy groovers – with a few strong covers and some worthy originals by the band. It has a pretty tight late 60s feel – one that's informed by their garage and ... CD
Good stuff (if you coulda found it) from Kansas City Jammers – their Got Good (If You Get It) album from the early 70s – plus a full unreleased album on disc two – a mix of harmony enriched folk rock of the Crosby, Stills Nash & Young school and more driving, if loosely ... CD
Avant folk rock from Seaven Teares on the Northern Spy label – and pretty compelling mix of tripped out acoustic folk sounds and more experimental touches! The vocals of Charlie Looker and Amirtha Kidambi are right out front and the mix – backed by their own guitar, harmonium and a bit ... CD
Aggro avant rock from Foot Village – with a heavy vibe, but that heft comes almost purely from drums, percussion and intense vocals! It's not exactly like anything else we can think of, but you can hear the influences of Can and other madly percussion art rock combos, as well as the primal, ... CD
A fantastic batch of music that ranges from early rockers to glittery glam rock – from a legendary producer who worked with everyone from The Shangri-Las to The New York Dolls! George Shadow Morton was a key figure in changing the sound of the New York scene in the 60s and early 70s – ... CD