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Ciccone Youth (Sonic Youth)Whitey Album ... CD
Blast First/Enigma, 1988. Used ... $6.99
A one off "side project" from Sonic Youth in the late 80s, with some tongue in cheek numbers and few that are more in the vein of their other ouput of the era, but all with a strong nod to the reigning pop culture of the day. Includes "Needle Gun", "G-Force", "Macbeth", "Burnin' Up (Mike Watt orig demo)", "Children Of Satan/Third Fig", "Two Cool Rock Chicks Listening To Neu", "Moby Dik", "Making The Nature Scene", "Tuff Titty Rap" and "Into the Groovey". CD

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✨✧ Sonic YouthDaydream Nation ... CD
Geffen, 1988. Used ... Out Of Stock
Sonic Youth's best ever – bringing the earlier, noisier impulses into an anthemic rock realm prefectly! This album looms as heavily over indie rock to come as just about any one album we can think of. . .shoot, just the first 2 songs do that! Perfection. Includes "Teen Age Riot", "Silver Rocket", "The Sprawl", 'Cross The Breeze", "Eric's Trip", "Total Trash", "Hey Joni", "Providence", "Candle", "Rain King" and the closing "Kissability" suite. CD

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✨✧ Sonic YouthDaydream Nation ... LP
Goofin', 1988. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Sonic Youth's best ever – bringing the earlier, noisier impulses into an anthemic rock realm -with incredible results! Daydream Nation's legancy looms as heavily over the indie rock to come over the next 20-or-so years as much as any other album album we can think of...hell, just the first 2 songs do that – and it doesn't let up 'til the end. Perfection! Includes "Teen Age Riot", "Silver Rocket", "The Sprawl", 'Cross The Breeze", "Eric's Trip", "Total Trash", "Hey Joni", "Providence", "Candle", "Rain King" and the closing "Kissability" suite. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ WireIssue 457 – March 2022 ... Magazine
Wire, 2022. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
This issue's got a big cover feature on the global projects of DJ Scratcha DVA – plus an article on Eberhard Kanemann, who spent time in both Neu and Kraftwerk before starting his own solo career – and more on singer-songwriter Joanne Robertson, artist Anne Gillis, jazz maestro Alabaster DePlume, percussionist Jessie Cox, and electronic duo Yao Bobby and Simon Grab! Sonic Youth founders Lee Ranaldo and Steve Shelley take on the Invisible Jukebox – and there's more on Earl Sweatshirt, Peter Maxwell Davies, and others – plus the usual huge section of new music reviews. Magazine

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✨✧ Mats GustafssonParrot Fish Eye ... CD
Okka Disk, 1995. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The first American recording of Swedish reed genius Mats Gustafsson – done at a time when he was first reaching out to the Chicago jazz scene, the start of a legacy that would continue for decades! Mats is already an amazing force on his horns here – which include soprano, baritone, and fluteophone – flowing out with unusual textures and shapes that quickly mark him as one of the most unique and spontaneously creative players to emerge from the European scene in years. The first half of the set has Gustafsson working with percussionist Michael Zerang – whose sense of soundshape really matches Mats on reeds. The second is maybe a more unusual pairing, as both forces were an important part of Chicago at the time – Gene Coleman on clarinet, and Jim O'Rourke on guitar, accordion, and percussion – working strongly as an improviser, before he left the city for Sonic Youth and a host of other great endeavors. Titles include "Parrot Fish Eye", "I'll Give You This", "Knotted Canvas", "Even The Rain", "Dolphin Nap Music", "Where's The End", and "Tied Door". CD
 
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✨✧ VariousHot Sauce Vol 2 – Rocksteady & Boss Reggae 1965 to 1975 – 14 Jamaican Gems From The Vaults Of Trojan Records (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Harlem Shuffle (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Great work from this series that really knows how to dig deep into the early years of reggae – going past some of the oft-reissued tracks to pull up some rare gems from a nice variety of small indie labels! The work here perfectly bridges the scenes in Kingston and London at the end of the 60s – tracks that are bubbling over with the new rhythmic experiments from Jamaica, but which have more than enough soul to get some global play as well – served up on cuts that include "Hot Sauce" by Dave Barker, "Psychedelic Reggae" by Winston Wright with The Supersonics, "Together" by Delroy Wilson, "Ride On Ride On" by Big Youth & Dennis Brown, "Reggae In The Fields" by Augustus Pablo, "Someday Someway" by The Leaders, "Keep On Pushing" by Lloyd & Glen, "Music Is The Key" by Roy Shirley, and "Hold Him Joe" by Glen Adams. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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