One of the most bizarre early works by Italian composer Franco Battiato – a record with a fetus on the cover, an inside image of his paper-mache mother, with a walk-in birth canal, and a subtitle that reads "return to the new world"! The musical style mixes Battiato's mid 70s ... read moreCD
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Pascal Battus & Christine Sehnaoui Abdelnour —
Ichnites ... CD Potlatch, 2010. Used ...
Innovative soundscapes from electronic experimentalist pioneer Francious Bayle – sonic explorations recorded in the late 60s and early 70s! There's a much more dramatic mood to Bayle's work than a lot of the electronic experimenters captured back in the day – with these piercing sounds ... read moreCD
Performances by Jaap Blonk on vocals, Rob Daenen on synthesizer, and Theo Bodewes on drums, percussion, and electronic drums. Tracks include "Speechlos", "As I Was Saying", "Rational", "Rill Out", "Katalog Der Schwermetalle", and "Muzikaret&quo ... CD
Tim Brady —
Scenarios ... CD CBC/Justin Time (Canada), 1993/1994. Used ...
Two of the most important talents to emerge in avant jazz in the 70s – working here together in a really groundbreaking performance! Both saxophonist Anthony Braxton and guitarist Derek Bailey were already making some huge waves in their respective scenes of Chicago and London – but in ... (Jazz, Out Sound)read moreCD
1996 recording of a concert featuring Peter Brotzmann in the company of Chicago percussionist Hamid Drake and percussionist/singer Mahmoud Gania. Free stuff, dominated by Brotzmann's gutsy tenor, but with lots of nice percussion moments from Drake, and some moody vocal inflections by Gania. 70 ... (Jazz, Out Sound)read moreCD
Tracks include "Spare Ass Annie", "The Last Words Of Dutch Schultz (This Is Insane)", "Mildred Pierce Reporting 2 (Old Sarge)", "Dr Benway Operates", "Warning To Young Couples (Huntsmen's Hounds)", "Did I Ever Tell You About The Man Who Taught ... (Rock, Out Sound)read moreCD
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Cabaza Percussion Quartet —
La Caccia ... CD CPO (Germany), 1998. Used ...
An avant pop/offbeat classic from John Cale and Terry Riley! We'll be fast to admit that Cale's solo stuff don't always float our boat – but this collaboration with minimalist composer Terry Riley is nothing short of an amazing. It's an album of mostly long modal instrumental tracks (with ... (Rock, Out Sound)read moreCD