Dude! Back before he was found floating face-down in a swimming pool, ex- (or late-) Stones member Brian Jones put together this landmark bit of trippiness for the Rolling Stones label. Although the music is largely ethnographic, the whole thing's got this neo-colonialist hipster edge to it ... (Global Grooves, Rock)read moreCD
Possibly one of the best-remembered albums by John Mayall's legendary Blues Breakers combo – thanks to vocals and guitar from a young Eric Clapton! Clapton at this point is way fresher than in later years – not prone to cliches, and still coming across with a raw, edgey power that is ... read moreCD
Jack Mazzenga's Space Time Trio —
Had To Say ... CD Jack Mazzenga, 2013. Used ...
Again ... CD Poptones (UK), Late 60s. Used ...
The wealth of rare and unreleased material by this fab 60s pop group continues! This excellent set brings together tracks from the Japanese reissues of unreleased material by The Millenium and Curt Boettcher – and features tracks from the CDs The Second Millenium, The Millenium Continues, ... read moreCD
The Move are looking a bit fuzzier here than in their earlier years – and they're sounding a bit fuzzier too, but in a way that's totally great! The group's down to a quartet, which seems to bring even more focus on the great vocals of Carl Wayne, and heady guitar of Roy Wood! There's a ... read moreCD
One of the greatest records of the 60s – and a sublime debut from Nico, sounding fresher and less dreary here than on many of her later sides – although still pretty chilling overall! The record features larger orchestral backings on most tracks – never too heavy, but with light ... read moreCD
One of Nilsson's best ever albums – with a more streamlined overall sound than some of his wildly eclectic earlier LPs – really putting a tight focus on both his vocal and songwriting genius! There's an easygoing charm to the album that's pretty much unrivaled in his catalog (and ... read moreCD
Nine Inch Nails —
Fragile ... CD Nothing/Interscope, 1999. Used 2CD ...
A classic! Where would electronic pop be without Gary Numan's "Cars"? Alongside Kraftwerk's classic 80s albums and Yellow Magic Orchestra's first LP, this album by Gary Numan ranks as one of the most essential synth driven LPs. Brilliant pop numbers that awash with robotic tones that ... read moreCD
One of the hardest rocking albums ever cut by Os Mutantes – a record that's got a slightly ironic take on rock and roll styles of the time – still performed with the sense of drama and humor that always made the band so great! Rita Lee and Arnaldo Baptista are still in the group at ... (Brazil, Rock)read moreCD
(Out of print. Booklet has some water damage and a tear.)
Heavily percussive jamming from the Italian scene of the early 70s – an album done in collaboration with Italian soundtrack composer Luis Bacalov – who handled all the arrangements and orchestrations for the record! The core approach is a harder take on modes explored by Bacalov and ... read moreCD
Proof that there was plenty going on in the Canadian scene at the start of the 70s – an amazing little album that blends fuzzy guitar, experimental poetry, electronics, and lots of other weird touches – all in a sound that's as mindblowing as it is hard to describe! The album's the ... read moreCD
A really great run of music from one of our favorite Italian groups of the 70s – a combo who might be called prog rock, but who also have a very fusion-heavy vibe as well! Perigeo seem to come more from the jazz world than some of their Italian prog contemporaries – as they've got ... (Jazz, Rock)read moreCD