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Jon Spencer Blues ExplosionAcme/Acme + ... CD
Major Domo, 1998. Used 2 CDs ... $7.99
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InfinityCollected Works 1969 to 1970 ... CD
Acme/Lion, Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $8.99
Heavy grooving psych from late 60s/early 70s UK combo Infinity – with loads of Hammond organ grooves and gritty rhythms! The swirling organ sound really sets the group apart from post psych peers on both sides of the Atlantic – often out front in the sound, although the guitars are killer, too! The group is kind of an early space rock combo, and never really issued a proper LP, but left behind these recordings, including "Time Keeper", "Venetian Glass", "Space Shanty", "Taxman", "Same Girl", "Pattern People" and a handful of groovy instrumentals! CD

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✨✧ GolemOrion Awakes ... CD
Acme/Lion, 1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Early 70s space rock from Golem – epically paced, trippy, expertly done wigged out instrumental rock that was purportedly laid down by heavies from the soon-to-be legendary krautrock scene working pseudonymously after hours in the studio! The album's a bit of an enigma – a set that's become famous over the years for its quality, but shrouded in enough mystery that some have doubted its story – although overall, the music here feels like the best early 70s space rock on labels like Brain or Egg – with lots of layers of keyboards and guitars over building drums and basslines. Interestingly, the producer as credited as Genius P Orridge for Pyramid Records, strangely similar to another name, wouldn't ya say? Titles include "Orion Awakes", "Stellar Launch", "Godhead Dance", "Jupiter & Beyond", and "The Returning". CD

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