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Brigitte FontaineDevaste Moi (aka 13 Chansons Decadentes Et Fantasmagoniques) ... CD
Jacques Canetti/Because (France), 1966. New Copy ... $10.99
The roots of Brigitte Fontaine – and a really wonderful record that we love every bit as her later work – but in a completely different way! The style here is more strikingly jazzy in the territory of early 60s Serge Gainsbourg or Jacques Brel – and the lyrics are mostly all by Brigitte, but with some key collaborators too – set to these sublime jazz backings by Jimmy Walter, who brings in loads of great instrumental touches to illuminate the words! The style is light years from more commercial French pop of the time – as are the lyrics – and Fontaine's got a richer, fuller style of singing that's quite different than her later breathy modes – but one that's equally great. Titles include "Le Mauvais Coton", "Devaste Moi", "Hallucinante Aventure", "C'Est Pas De Ma Faute", "Je Suis Decadente", and "Le Train". CD

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Ennio Morricone & Gruppo D'Improvvisione NuovaQuiet Place In The Country (180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Roundtable/Omni (Australia), 1968. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $24.99
A rare collaboration between Italian soundtrack master Ennio Morricone and the always adventurous Gruppo D'Improvvisione Nuova! The film, starring Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero, mixes pulpy horror with artier surrealism – and the music here does an incredible job of conveying that musically. It's got these stark, moody passages with haunting wordless vocals, paired with busy bursts of avant noise. The sparer moments wouldn't feel out of place on other period soundtracks, but the way those play into the stranger orchestrations makes it a distinctively compelling piece of work! Includes "Fantasma", "Un Tranquillo Posto Di Campagna", "I Fantasma Di Wanda", "Frenesia", "L'Automobile Della Contessina", "I Sogni Dell'Artista", "Deliro Primo", "Un Amore Violento" and "Undici Violini". LP, Vinyl record album
(Beautiful limited edition reissue – with heavy cover, vinyl and inner sleeve – plus liner notes by Andy Votel.)

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VariousMusic From Planet Earth – A Soundway Collection ... CD
Soundway, 2014. New Copy ... $6.99 7.98
Music from planet earth – but a special side of the planet that's under the sway of Soundway Records – who've been creating some really great music of their own in recent years! Soundway is a label we mostly know for reissues of older Afro Funk – but they've also moved into a mode that has them working with key contemporary artists as well – especially those who have a great ear for forging global elements with more modern production styles – to create the sort of rich sounds you'll hear on this bargain-priced set! The 13-track CD is a great way to sample some of the more adventurous Soundway titles of recent years – and titles include "Luxo" by Batida, "Let's Dance" by Ibibio Sound Machine", "Are You Coming With Us" by Pinch, "Floor Excitement VIP" by The Busy Twist, "Sefty Belt" by Fantasma, "Airbourne" by Drumtalk, "Guaracha UFO" by Meridian Brothers, "Yapeyu" by My Panda Shall Fly, "Gban Gban Lewa" by Weird Together, and "Same Old Clown" by Chico Mann. CD

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VariousRough Guide To Psychedelic Salsa (with download) (2015 Record Store Day Release ... LP
Rough Guide, Late 60s/2015. New Copy ... Around April 18, 2015
Tripped-out Latin sounds, both classic and contemporary – served up in a collection that bristles with excitement throughout! The initial wave of this music came from a late 60s stretch when the cats up in Harlem were getting a bit more freewheeling than usual – picking up not just the funky touches of the Latin Soul years, but also some big influences from the rock underground as well – which were mixed in with heavy percussion and jazzy riffs to create a whole new groove! And while this side of Latin music was quickly suppressed in the generation that followed, it's had a bit resurgence in recent years – as you'll here from some of the younger artists in the collection, who fit perfectly into the track selection. Titles include "Cannabis" by Los Pambele, "Recordando Los Soneros" by Ray Perez, "El Son Del Carangano" by Fruky Y Sus Tesos, "Naci De La Rumba Y Guaguanco" by Grupo Fantasma with Larry Harlow, "Dub Y Guaguanco" by Quantic, "Vamos Pa Dakar" by Orchestra Rytmo Africa Cubana, and "Londres" by Nelson Y Sus Estrellas. (Note: This item is not for sale online until after the opening of business on Sunday, 4/19/15. It is in limited supply – and by nature of the Record Store Day rules, it will be offered for sale first to customers who visit the Dusty Groove retail outlet in Chicago on Record Store Day. It will not be pre-sold, or reserved in any way. However, the day after Record Store Day, we will offer up whatever we have left for sale online.) LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousRough Guide To Psychedelic Salsa ... CD
Rough Guide, Late 60s/2015. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Tripped-out Latin sounds, both classic and contemporary – served up in a collection that bristles with excitement throughout! The initial wave of this music came from a late 60s stretch when the cats up in Harlem were getting a bit more freewheeling than usual – picking up not just the funky touches of the Latin Soul years, but also some big influences from the rock underground as well – which were mixed in with heavy percussion and jazzy riffs to create a whole new groove! And while this side of Latin music was quickly suppressed in the generation that followed, it's had a bit resurgence in recent years – as you'll here from some of the younger artists in the collection, who fit perfectly into the track selection. Titles include "Cannabis" by Los Pambele, "Recordando Los Soneros" by Ray Perez, "El Son Del Carangano" by Fruky Y Sus Tesos, "Naci De La Rumba Y Guaguanco" by Grupo Fantasma with Larry Harlow, "Dub Y Guaguanco" by Quantic, "Vamos Pa Dakar" by Orchestra Rytmo Africa Cubana, and "Londres" by Nelson Y Sus Estrellas. CD

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✨✧ Willie ColonFantasmas ... CD
Fania, 1981. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A brilliant new move for Willie Colon – a set that goes even further than his mid 70s classics with Ruben Blades, and pushes Willie into a Pan-American consciousness carried off with ambitious musical vision! The sound is still salsa at the core, but Willie's also brought in bits of other South American influences – traces of styles from Columbia, Argentina, and most importantly Brazil – heard wonderfully on Willie's reading of Chico Buarque's excellent "Oh Que Sera"! The backings are full, and sometimes have large orchestrations – and the vocals are both proud yet somehow fragile at the same time. Titles include "Oh, Que Sera?", "Mi Sueno", "Celo", "Amor Verdadero", "Al Dormir", "Toma Mis Manos", and "Sueno De Papelote". CD

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✨✧ Brigitte Fontaine13 Chansons Decadentes Et Fantasmagoniques (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Jacques Canetti/Because (France), 1966. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The roots of Brigitte Fontaine – and a really wonderful record that we love every bit as her later work – but in a completely different way! The style here is more strikingly jazzy in the territory of early 60s Serge Gainsbourg or Jacques Brel – and the lyrics are mostly all by Brigitte, but with some key collaborators too – set to these sublime jazz backings by Jimmy Walter, who brings in loads of great instrumental touches to illuminate the words! The style is light years from more commercial French pop of the time – as are the lyrics – and Fontaine's got a richer, fuller style of singing that's quite different than her later breathy modes – but one that's equally great. Titles include "Le Mauvais Coton", "Devaste Moi", "Hallucinante Aventure", "C'Est Pas De Ma Faute", "Je Suis Decadente", and "Le Train". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Ennio MorriconeGood, The Bad, And The Ugly – Original Soundtrack (2014 Black Friday Release) ... LP
Capitol, 1967. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A great little version of The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly soundtrack – packaged under the Italian title, with a lot of bonus tracks that weren't on the original album! The set features 21 titles in all – which should be more than a bit of spaghetti for all of your western fantasies. Morricone's work, as always, is excellent – with lots of guitar twanging over the plains, and that cool little "whootle" sound that made the theme so famous! Titles include "Insequimento", "Il Deserto", "Il Bandito Monco", "Fine Di Una Spia", "Marcetta", "Padre Ramirez", and "La Carrozza Dei Fantasmi". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition marble colored vinyl!)
 
 
 



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