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Busta RhymesGenesis (clean version) ... CD CD format
J Records, 2001. Used ... $0.49
Now that he's seemingly over the apocalypse thing, Busta sounds completely re-energized on Genesis, and even if it's about a half hour longer than it needs to be, some of Busta's dopest work ever can be found here. Hell, even Diddy can't ruin the mega-bouncing "Pass The Courvoisier"! The Tracks include "Everybody Rise Again", "As I Come Back", "Shut Em Down 2002", "Match The Name With The Voice" featuring Flipmode Squad, "Holla", "Betta Stay Up In Your House" featuring Rah Digga, "We Got What You Want", "Truck Volume", "Break Ya Neck", "Bounce (Let Me See Ya Throw It)", "Genesis", "Wife In Law" featuring Jaheim, "A** On Your Shoulders" featuring Kokane, "Make It Hurt", "What It Is" featuring Kelis, "There's Only One" featuring Mary J. Blige, "You Ain't F***in Wit Me", and "Bad Dreams". CD
(Barcode has a cutout hole.)

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GazzaraPlay Me My Song – Gazzara Plays Genesis ... CD CD format
Irma (Italy), 2014. New Copy ... $18.99
An album we never thought we'd see from Francesco Gazzara – but one that still pleases us a heck of a lot! Gazzara's a name we've trusted for funk and other groovy styles from the Italian scene for almost 20 years now – but here, he moves away from his previous jazzy modes into a completely different instrumental realm – as his ensemble takes on the classic sounds of Genesis from the Peter Gabriel era and beyond! Turns out, Gazzara's a hell of a pianist – and often plays a Bosendorfer grand here, along with his more familiar Fender Rhodes and Hammond – in a group that features two violins, cello, and sax and flute from Dario Cecchini – instrumentation that's often used sparingly, so that Gazzara's keyboards are up front and almost solo throughout. We're huge fans of Genesis from this time – and Gazzara really reminds us of the musicianship that went into their famous recordings – as he takes on titles that include "Watcher Of The Skies", "The Cinema Show", "For Absent Friends", "The Lamia", "Firth Of Fifth", "Duke's Travels", "Blood On The Rooftops", "Seven Stones", "The Knife", and "Mad Man Moon". CD
Also available Play Me My Song – Gazzara Plays Genesis ... LP 30.99

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GazzaraPlay Me My Song – Gazzara Plays Genesis ... LP LP format
Irma (Italy), 2014. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $30.99
An album we never thought we'd see from Francesco Gazzara – but one that still pleases us a heck of a lot! Gazzara's a name we've trusted for funk and other groovy styles from the Italian scene for almost 20 years now – but here, he moves away from his previous jazzy modes into a completely different instrumental realm – as his ensemble takes on the classic sounds of Genesis from the Peter Gabriel era and beyond! Turns out, Gazzara's a hell of a pianist – and often plays a Bosendorfer grand here, along with his more familiar Fender Rhodes and Hammond – in a group that features two violins, cello, and sax and flute from Dario Cecchini – instrumentation that's often used sparingly, so that Gazzara's keyboards are up front and almost solo throughout. We're huge fans of Genesis from this time – and Gazzara really reminds us of the musicianship that went into their famous recordings – as he takes on titles that include "Watcher Of The Skies", "The Cinema Show", "For Absent Friends", "The Lamia", "Firth Of Fifth", "Duke's Travels", "Blood On The Rooftops", "Seven Stones", "The Knife", and "Mad Man Moon". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Play Me My Song – Gazzara Plays Genesis ... CD 18.99

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GenesisGenesis (1983) ... LP LP format
Atlantic, 1983. Very Good+ ... $4.99
Titles include "Illegal Alien", "Taking It All Too Hard", "It's Gonna Get Better", "Home By The Sea", "That's All", and "Mama". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the printed inner sleeve.)

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GenesisLand Of Confusion (extended, voc)/Feeding The Fire ... 12-inch 12-Inch
Atlantic, 1986. Near Mint- ... $3.99
12-inch, Vinyl record
(Promo in an Atlantic sleeve.)

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GenesisWind & Wuthering ... LP LP format
Atco, 1976. Near Mint- ... $6.99
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(Original yellow label pressing.)

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Wendy & BonnieGenesis (180 gram pressing) ... LP LP format
Skye/Sundazed, 1969. New Copy (reissue)... $19.99 21.98
Very groovy 60s pop from Wendy & Bonnie – with a bit of a folksy influence, and a sound that's groovy sunshine personified! The greatness herein is no surprise, considering that Gary McFarland arranged and produced the album as one of his late 60s forays from jazz into rock – and you can hear Gary's strong talent for a subtle jazz-tinged sound on most of the album's best tracks. That said, Wendy & Bonnie deserve the biggest kudos, their lovely, easygoing harmonies providing the personality and the sweetness the really carries it all over. Includes "Let Yourself Go Another Time", "The Paisley Window Pane", "I Realized You", "By The Sea", "You Keep Hanging Up On My Mind", "It's What's Really Happening", "Endless Pathway", "Children Laughing" and "The Winter Is Cold". LP, Vinyl record album

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New GenesisNursery Cryme ... CD CD format
Atlantic, 1971. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An early masterpiece from Genesis – the kind of visionary record that really set them apart from the rest of their generation – an incredible building-up in sound from their previous two albums, and proof that Peter Gabriel's talents were finally getting focused in the right direction! Keyboards cascade heavily – hitting Yes-like proportions, but with more structure, too – as time changes abound, scene changes match the energy of theme-changes – and the whole album falls into place beautifully, but with plenty of surprises along the way. Every song is a compelling little story – from the leadoff "Musical Box", to the spooky "Return Of The Giant Hogweed", and the playful "Harold The Barrel" – with sweeter moments that include "For Absent Friends" and "Harlequin" – just hinting at the crossover ballad style the group would embrace later, but without any of the cloying commerciality at all. CD

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New Genesis P Orridge, William S Burroughs, FM EinheitDecoder – Original Soundtrack (DVD/CD) ... CD CD format
Transparency, 1984. New Copy CD & DVD ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A strange bit of German cult cinema from the mid 80s – with an incredible soundtrack! Decoder is based on the writings of William S Burroughs, and the film features the man himself in some key scenes, and other cast members include some of avant rock and industrial music legends on the soundtrack – with Throbbing Gristle's Genesis P-Orridge, F.M. Einheit of Einsturzende Neubauten and Christiane F! The film also stars underground film legend Bill Rice, and the soundtrack is rife with incredible sounds. This great package from Transparancy includes the full length film on DVD – with a new color transfer and newly-translated English subtitles, the original trailer, a long interview with filmmaker Klaus Maeck and other bonus material. Also includes a separate soundtrack CD – with Soft Cell, Einsturzende Neubauten, Matt Johnson of The The, Genesis P-Orridge and more! We love the soundtrack – it was one of our favorie import albums back in the 80s – and trust us, it's filled with amazing sounds you won't find anywhere else – an incredibly weird Matt Johnson song, great spoken material from William S Burroughs and Genesis P Orridge, and some great Neubauten noise tracks – very much on a par with their bgest early work – but only available here. CD

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New Wayne ShorterSecond Genesis ... LP LP format
Vee Jay, Early 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Insanely wonderful pre-Blue Note session that was recorded by Vee Jay in the early 60's, but was never released at the time. The set features a totally fantastic tight quartet with Art Blakey playing hard hard hard drums, Cedar Walton jamming on piano, and Shorter blowing away in a perfectly magical way on a bunch of great originals. The material's fantastic, the sound is great, and the whole thing's one of Shorter's best albums ever! This was supposed to be Shorter's 3rd album for the label, and who knows, it might have saved them and kept him away from Blue Note if it was released, but such was not the fate of the session – as it only ever came out on vinyl in this mid 70s release on the short-lived Vee Jay International label. Tracks include "Tenderfoot", "The Albatross", and "Ruby & The Pearl". LP, Vinyl record album
(A great Japanese pressing – with insert.)

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New Elvin JonesGenesis ... CD CD format
Blue Note (Japan), 1971. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Elvin Jones rose to fame in the company of one of the greatest saxophone players ever – the mighty John Coltrane – and his post-Coltrane work like this really continues a keen respect for the role of the reeds in jazz – and really does a lot to push it forward as well! There's a compelling edge to the record that's light years from Elvin's work with Coltrane – a completely new sensibility that can be spacious one minute, extremely powerful the next – and quite possibly realized to its fullest potential here, thanks to the mindblowing contributions of Dave Liebman on tenor and soprano sax, Frank Foster on tenor and flute, and Joe Farrell on alto and soprano sax. All three players work together on each track – and all shift reeds throughout the session – opening up majestically with inspiration from Elvin's drums, and some wonderful work from Gene Perla on bass. The sound is beyond easy categorization or simple style – and the record's filled with wonderful titles that include "PP Phoenix", "For All The Other Times", "Three Card Monty", and "Cecilia Is Love". CD
(SHMCD.)

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New Sonny StittGenesis ... LP LP format
Prestige, Late 40s/Early 50s. Used 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A great collection of Stitt's early 78rpm work for Prestige – featuring loads of tight, short, bop tracks cut in quartet or quintet format. Players include Bud Powell, JJ Johnson, Art Blakey, Max Roach, Duke Jordan, and John Lewis – and titles include "Blue Mode", "Teapot", "Sonny Side", "Sunset", "Later", "Mean To Me", "Our Very Own", "Jeepers Creepers", "Down With It", "Splinter", and "Bud's Blues". Loads of stuff – with 32 tracks in all! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)

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New GenesisFrom Genesis To Revelation (2014 Black Friday Release) ... LP LP format
Varese, 1969. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The first reissue of rare early Genesis album from 1969 since the US release in '74! Includes a replication of the original insert. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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DJ White LightningWhite On White Crime ... LP LP format
Galapagos4, 2001. Near Mint- 2LP ... $6.99
Concept album/compilation from label co-founder DJ White Lightning features rappers forgoing their "MC" personalities to take on the persona of "criminals" in today's society. The characters personified range from Ted Turner/Jesus to an art dealer taking advantage of young artists to a middle-aged family man staining his deck in pain. Tracks include "Come Back Home" with Murs, "Glass and Plastic" with Qwel, "5ive From Every Dime" with Pugslee Atomz, and "Alabaster" with Denizen Kane. Underground fans take note: "Come Back Home" is the genesis of the whole Murs/Slug/Felt project. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a few creases.)

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HE3 ProjectChapter One ... LP LP format
Family Groove, Mid 70s. New Copy Gatefold ... $16.99
Amazing sounds from the SF scene of the 70s – previously unreleased work that really opens up a whole new chapter of jazz on the west coast! The HE3 Project is the brainchild of keyboardist Herman Ebertizsch – who plays lots of Fender Rhodes and moog on this sweet little record – really driving some amazing lines for a wickedly soulful group that also features Coke Escovedo on timbales and Linda Tillery and Johnny Lovett on vocals! Supposedly, these sessions were the genesis of the groove that Escovedo later laid down on Mercury Records – but the sound here is a lot more open-ended and funky – a beautiful combination of jazz and soul elements, put together in ways that are quite different than any other Bay Area acts of the time. Titles include "Rapture Of The Deep", "Funk Punk", "Appreciation", "Life Is A Tortured Love Affair", "Make It Sweet", "We All Have Our Own Lives", "In A Soft & Subtle Way", and "Easy Come Easy Go". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited heavy vinyl pressing – beautiful cover stock, too!)

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Le OrmeFelona/L'Equilibrio (2014 Record Store Day Release) ... 7-inch 7-Inch
Philips/Universal (Italy), 1973. New Copy (pic cover)... $13.99
Quite a cool one from this hip prog band – a special single in a very cool cover – with great sound throughout! "Felona" begins with this cool bell-like chime – ringing out over strummed acoustic guitar with the tune's joyous lyric – before the whole thing then hits a heavier proggish keyboard and electric part in the middle! "L'Equilibrio" starts with a wicked keyboard line right at the start – as great as anything that Yes or Genesis might have produced at the time – especially the latter – and the solo near the end is worth the price of the whole single! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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LewisRomantic Times (with download) ... LP LP format
Light In The Attic, 1985. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... $16.99 18.98
A weird little record from underground romantic singer Lewis – an artist who's partially in a European tradition that runs from French singers up through the New Romantics generation – but one who's also a definitely individual, with an approach that's all his own! The album's got a slinky, classy sort of feel – one that befits Lewis' white suit on the cover, standing in front of a private jet and Mercedes – but the backings are also oddly dark, almost some ironic commentary on romance, with these moody undercurrents that almost make the whole thing feel like it comes from the Genesis P Orridge side of the universe! Let's put it this way: If you tried to use the record in an act of seduction, you might find yourself driving your partner out of the bedroom in a hurry – but if you're looking for a wonderfully weird, wonderfully oddball record, you've definitely found it. Titles include "We Danced All Night", "Bon Voyage", "As The Boats Go By", "So Be In Love With Me", "It's A New Day", and "Don't Stop It Now". LP, Vinyl record album
(Housed in an expanded gatefold tip on jacket.)

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Music EnsembleMusic Ensemble ... CD CD format
Roaratorio, Mid 70s. New Copy Gatefold ... $7.99
A brilliant portrait of the mid 70s NYC improvisation scene by the Music Ensemble – a collective featuring Billy Bang on violin, William Parker on bass, Roger Baird on drums, percussion and flute, Malik Baraka on trumpet and Daniel Carter tenor, alto, flute and percussion! The pieces generally start with a roomy, measured dynamic and grow in intensity, never really getting too intense, and showcasing the intuitive interplay with the players. As Chicago residents, we can really feel the genesis of the later sounds of this city's improv scene, but the style casts a pretty wide net of influence. Baird's archival tapes supplied the material for this CD, and the tracks includes 2 long pieces – the 31+ minute "Stance Dance (Courage)" recorded in April of 1974 at Kingsborough College in Brooklyn with bass by Herb Kahn, and the 18+ minute "Arithmetical Mystic" from a February 1975 date at NYC's Holy Name School Auditorium. The other pieces, "Echoes Wind Transpire" and "Radiatory Fineness", a from the February '75 date. CD

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Psychic TVDreams Less Sweet ... LP LP format
Holophonic (UK), 1983. Near Mint- ... $29.99
One of the greatest moments ever from Psychic TV – and a really stunning surprise after the breakup of Throbbing Gristle! Genesis P Orridge and Peter Cristopherson go in a completely different direction here – a mode that still holds onto some of the noise lessons learned in TG, but which also shows this incredible love of both more complicated pop modes from the 60s, and some of the farther reaches of minimalism as well! The album sports these tremendous ballads with eerie vocals by Genesis – including "The Orchids" and "White Nights" – which are both eerie recastings of an older mode of UK pop love songs – and there's other tracks that maybe echo a bit of Meredith Monk, or some of the underground experimentalists on the Lovely Records scene – including bits that have weird phone rings, dog barks, and other great touches. A spare and subtle use of noise and darker sounds wends its way throughout – but never with the heavier handed touches of later years – and titles include "Hymn 23", "The Orchids", "Botanica", "Iron", "Glove", "Always Is Always", "White Nights", "Finale", "Eleusis", "Medmenham", "Ancient Lights", "Proof On", "Eden 1 Eden 2 Eden 3", "Clouds Without Water", "Black Moon", "Silver And Gold", "In The Nursery", and "Circle". LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing.)

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Caetano VelosoCores Nomes ... CD CD format
Polygram (Japan), 1981. New Copy ... $9.99
Subtle brilliance from Caetano Veloso – just the sort of record to still remind you what a genius he can be, even when he's not hitting you over the head with his music! The style here is relatively straightforward MPB, but still done in a way that's head and shoulders above just about anyone else – songs that have a presence and personality that goes way beyond a simple understanding of language – and which crackle with wonderfully warm vocals from the maturing Caetano. Any sense of softness is more than supported with a deep amount of spirit – and the album's beautifully intimate feel throughout. Titles include the track "Sina", sung with Djavan, "Surpresa", written with Joao Donato, and the tunes "Genesis", "Sonhos", "Meu Bem Meu Mal", and "Trem Das Cores". CD

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VariousJewel/Paula/Ronn Blues Story ... CD CD format
Jewel/Fuel 2000, 1960s/1970s. New Copy 2 CDs ... $16.99 17.98
A nice collection of the blusier groovers on Jewel and Paula – from the mid 60s and on through the 70s – with underappreciated gems from stars like Bobby Rush, Fontella Bass, Lightnin' Hopkins and Lowell Fulsom, plus equally strong singles by The Carter Brothers, Peppermint Harris, Brenda George, Wild Child Butler, Jimmy Preacher Ellis, Teddy Taylor and many more! Label founder Stan Lewis's roots are in Shreveport, LA, but the genesis of his Jewel label – and the later Paula and Ronn imprints – are inspired by Chicago's Chess Records empire. So there's more of an amplified Chicago sound on a good deal of the material – with touches of contemporary soul and R&B. Nice! 36 tracks on 2CDs: "Southern Country Boy" by The Carter Brothers, "You Love Me Pretty Baby" by Banny Price, "Homogenized Love" by Jerry McCain, "Move On" by Curtis Griffin, "My Back Scrather" by Frank Frost, "Count The Days I'm Gone" by Ray Agee, "Back Door Friend" by Lightnin Hopkins, "Put It All In There" by Wild Child Butler", "True Love" by Al Prince, "Sleeper" by Lowell Fulsom, "Go On And Help Yourself' by Albert Washington, "Food Stamp Blues Pt. 1" by Eddie Lang, "Stoop Down Baby" by Cash McCall, "Home Wrecker" by Fontella Bass and more. CD

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New Beastie BoysLicensed To Ill ... CD CD format
Def Jam, 1986. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The game-changing Def Jam classic from the mid 80s – and still possibly the greatest album by the Beastie Boys – even though they'd grow up a whole lot after this! The Beasties later distanced themselves from much of the attitude of this album, and you can't fault the Boys for maturing. Their genesis from stoopid (as opposed to stupid) to thoughtful and playful innovators is as impressive as just about any artistic evolution we can think of, but that doesn't make these party anthems any less amazing! With all the killer cuts you remember – "Rhymin & Stealin", "The New Style", "Girls", "Fight For Your Right To Party", "No Sleep Til Brooklyn", "Paul Revere", "Hold It Now Hit It", "She's Crafty", and more. CD

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New Joao BoscoTiro De Misericordia ... CD CD format
RCA/Kuarup (Brazil), 1977. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of a great run of 70s albums from the legendary Joao Bosco – and one of the best of his work with writing partner Aldir Blanc! The style here is jazzy samba, with maybe a slightly rootsier feel than some of Bosco's later work – a quality that keeps things really up-close and warm throughout, with rich feeling on the vocals that go way beyond the boundaries of language – and have us understanding Joao's intent, even though we can't always savvy the words. A few numbers have production that's larger and more modern, but there's still plenty of nice cuts in the classic mode – and ttles include "Falso Brilhante", "Genesis", "Tabelas", and "Plataforma" – plus "Tiro De Misericordia", which has a cool experimental sound. CD

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New Psychic TVDreams Less Sweet (with bonus EP) ... LP LP format
Holophonic (UK), 1983. Used 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the greatest moments ever from Psychic TV – and a really stunning surprise after the breakup of Throbbing Gristle! Genesis P Orridge and Peter Cristopherson go in a completely different direction here – a mode that still holds onto some of the noise lessons learned in TG, but which also shows this incredible love of both more complicated pop modes from the 60s, and some of the farther reaches of minimalism as well! The album sports these tremendous ballads with eerie vocals by Genesis – including "The Orchids" and "White Nights" – which are both eerie recastings of an older mode of UK pop love songs – and there's other tracks that maybe echo a bit of Meredith Monk, or some of the underground experimentalists on the Lovely Records scene – including bits that have weird phone rings, dog barks, and other great touches. A spare and subtle use of noise and darker sounds wends its way throughout – but never with the heavier handed touches of later years – and titles include "Hymn 23", "The Orchids", "Botanica", "Iron", "Glove", "Always Is Always", "White Nights", "Finale", "Eleusis", "Medmenham", "Ancient Lights", "Proof On", "Eden 1 Eden 2 Eden 3", "Clouds Without Water", "Black Moon", "Silver And Gold", "In The Nursery", and "Circle". Bonus EP includes "The Full Pack", "The Mad Organist", and "Catalan". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes original inner sleeve too.)
Also available Dreams Less Sweet ... LP 29.99

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New Wayne ShorterAll Seeing Eye (RVG remaster edition) ... CD CD format
Blue Note, 1965. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
An excellent set of some fairly out material – performed by Shorter with a group that includes Freddie Hubbard, Grachan Moncur, James Spaulding, Herbie Hancock, and a rare appearance by his brother Alan on flugelhorn! At times, the record builds into a sound that's freer and more challenging than on some of Shorter's other albums from the time – but it does so in more of the "new thing" mode that you'd hear on records from the time by Jackie McLean or Moncur, with an overall sense of purpose that really keeps the message clear. Features all original compositions by the Shorter brothers – and cuts include "Chaos", "Face Of The Deep", "Mephistopheles", and "Genesis". CD

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New Valerie SimpsonValerie Simpson Collection ... CD CD format
Motown/Spectrum (UK), Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The mighty genesis of the Ashford & Simpson team – a collection of early solo sides by Valerie Simpson, recorded for Motown in the early 70s – and all co-written and produced by Nick Ashford! The style here is quite different from the full-on club work of the team in the late 70s – and much more in the sophisticated soul mode of early 70s Motown. There's a righteous quality to many of the best tracks, and also an adult approach to soul that puts Valerie in a context that reminds us a bit of Marlena Shaw, but with a more right-on sound! 20 tracks in all – with titles that include "Love Woke Me Up This Morning", "I Just Wanna Be There", "Back To Nowhere", "Fix It Alright", "Drink The One", "One More Baby One More Child Born", "Could Have Been Sweeter", "Silly Wasn't I", "Genius (parts 1 & 2)", "I Don't Need No Help", and "Now That There's You". CD
(Out of print.)

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New Throbbing Gristle20 Jazz Funk Greats ... LP LP format
Industrial (UK), 1979. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The title might seem like a joke – given Throbbing Gristle's reputation for intense noise and dark sounds – but at another level, it's actually a great fit for the spirit of the record too! The sound here is a lot leaner than before – almost as if TG is focusing in on the best elements that made their earlier performances so great – exposing a hidden talent for a song, a groove, and even an occasional melody – in ways that almost refine and filter down the whole of German 70s electronics into a spirit of post-punk expression! Subject matter is still pretty darn dark, and vocals are as creepy as ever – thanks Genesis P – but there's also more of the electronics that Chris & Cosey would soon explore on their own. Titles include "20 Jazz Funk Greats", "Beachy Head", "Still Walking", "Tanith", "Convincing People", "Exotica", "Hot On The Hells Of Love", "Persuasion", "Walkabout", "What A Day", and "Six Six Sixties". LP, Vinyl record album
(Pink vinyl pressing, including the insert.)

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New Will SessionsElmatic Instrumentals ... CD CD format
Fat Beats, 2011. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The instrumentals created to compliment Elzhi of Slum Village's tribute to Nas's monumental Illmatic – made by Detroit funk combo Will Sessions! This is an homage that works, really, really well. The Will Sessions backdrops – doing it up recognizably, but with their own touches – and the action is transported to a modern, though reverent Detroit funk realm. Includes "Genesis", "Detroit State Of Mind", "Halftime", "Memory Lane", "The World Is Yours", "Represent", "Life's A Bitch", "One Love" and "It Ain't Hard To Tell". CD

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New VariousSonda – Muzyka Z Programu Telewizyjnego – Library Music From Sonoton Vaults ... CD CD format
GAD (Poland), 1971/Early 80s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Classic cuts from a famous Polish TV show – mostly pulled from the rich catalog of the German Sonoton sound library! The music here is very heavy on keyboards and tight, dramatic grooves – music that's often in the best modes that so few sound libraries could manage at the time – a style that still hangs on to the higher quality inspirations from 70s funk or soundtrack material, without as much of the clunk that more commercial libraries ran into. Things are also usually full and focused, too – still quite electric and electronic, but without any too-dreamy soundscapes or new-agey bits. The book features full notes on the show and the music in both English and Polish – and titles include "Sound Tide" and "Speedy" by The Milan Pilar Group, "That's Fancy 1" and "Threat To Research" by Sammy Burdson, "Biopulse 2" and "Genesis 1" by Claude Larson, "Back From Wonderland" and "Alexandria" by Mladen Franko, "Star Drops" and "Foreground" by Jeff Newmann, "International Scoop" by Ted Atking & Alain French, and "Touch Tone Keyboard" by Sam Sklar & Gus Galbraith. Also includes one older British cut – "Visitation" by Mike Vickers – used as the main theme of the show! CD

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New Beastie BoysLicensed To Ill ... LP LP format
Def Jam, 1986. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The game-changing Def Jam classic from the mid 80s – and still possibly the greatest album by the Beastie Boys – even though they'd grow up a whole lot after this! The Beasties later distanced themselves from much of the attitude of this album, and you can't fault the Boys for maturing. Their genesis from stoopid (as opposed to stupid) to thoughtful and playful innovators is as impressive as just about any artistic evolution we can think of, but that doesn't make these party anthems any less amazing! With all the killer cuts you remember – "Rhymin & Stealin", "The New Style", "Girls", "Fight For Your Right To Party", "No Sleep Til Brooklyn", "Paul Revere", "Hold It Now Hit It", "She's Crafty", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing, including the printed inner sleeve.)

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New MF DoomOperation Doomsday (gun-metal colored vinyl with embossed cover) ... LP LP format
Metal Face, 1999. Used 2LP (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The first full length from MF Doom –setting the standard for underground hip hop to come! On this modern classic, Doom caps off the 90s with more jazzy soul in the beats, and some semblance of straightforward, if busy rhyme mastery from Doom & his guests – taken to the outer limits! What really pushes this one into legendary status are how well he works with creaky comic adventure samples, and it's the genesis of Doom's metal face supervillain personae. Looking back, it's clearly the building blocks for deeper insanity to come, but this one has a sound structure. Probably his best album. Includes "Doomsday", "Rhymes Like Dimes" feat Cucumber Slice, "The Finest" feat Tommy Gun, "Go With The Flow", "Tick Tick", "Hey!", "The Mic", "Dead Bent", "?" feat Kurious and much more – including all of the classic skits (yeah, we said it. . .classic skits, creative sci fi sample genius that are creative as the proper tracks) – with 19 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a bumped corner.)

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New Psychic TVDreams Less Sweet ... LP LP format
Holophonic/Angry Love (UK), 1983. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the greatest moments ever from Psychic TV – and a really stunning surprise after the breakup of Throbbing Gristle! Genesis P Orridge and Peter Cristopherson go in a completely different direction here – a mode that still holds onto some of the noise lessons learned in TG, but which also shows this incredible love of both more complicated pop modes from the 60s, and some of the farther reaches of minimalism as well! The album sports these tremendous ballads with eerie vocals by Genesis – including "The Orchids" and "White Nights" – which are both eerie recastings of an older mode of UK pop love songs – and there's other tracks that maybe echo a bit of Meredith Monk, or some of the underground experimentalists on the Lovely Records scene – including bits that have weird phone rings, dog barks, and other great touches. A spare and subtle use of noise and darker sounds wends its way throughout – but never with the heavier handed touches of later years – and titles include "Hymn 23", "The Orchids", "Botanica", "Iron", "Glove", "Always Is Always", "White Nights", "Finale", "Eleusis", "Medmenham", "Ancient Lights", "Proof On", "Eden 1 Eden 2 Eden 3", "Clouds Without Water", "Black Moon", "Silver And Gold", "In The Nursery", and "Circle". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Dreams Less Sweet ... LP 29.99

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New HE3 ProjectChapter One ... CD CD format
Family Groove, Mid 70s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Amazing sounds from the SF scene of the 70s – previously unreleased work that really opens up a whole new chapter of jazz on the west coast! The HE3 Project is the brainchild of keyboardist Herman Ebertizsch – who plays lots of Fender Rhodes and moog on this sweet little record – really driving some amazing lines for a wickedly soulful group that also features Coke Escovedo on timbales and Linda Tillery and Johnny Lovett on vocals! Supposedly, these sessions were the genesis of the groove that Escovedo later laid down on Mercury Records – but the sound here is a lot more open-ended and funky – a beautiful combination of jazz and soul elements, put together in ways that are quite different than any other Bay Area acts of the time. Titles include "Rapture Of The Deep", "Funk Punk", "Appreciation", "Life Is A Tortured Love Affair", "Make It Sweet", "We All Have Our Own Lives", "In A Soft & Subtle Way", and "Easy Come Easy Go". CD
Also available Chapter One ... LP 16.99
 
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Christopher FoxWorks For Piano – Phlip Thomas ... CD CD format
Hat Art (Switzerland), 2014. New Copy ... $13.99 19.99
Bold clusters of sound from pianist Philip Thomas – working here on a series of very inventive compositions by Christopher Fox! Fox has a groundbreaking style that's really striking, right from the first few minutes of the CD – a way of creating almost little stories in sound, driven just by notes from the piano – as they cluster together in shifting ways on the bold "Thermogenesis", seem to keep their distance with a sense of repulsion on "At The Edge Of Time", or move slowly from the low end of the keyboard to the high on "L'Ascenseur"! All three of these pieces are wonderful, and the CD also features the very long, very sprightly "Republican Bagatelles", which is filled with cascades of notes and sound. CD

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Olly Wilson/Pril Smiley/Jozef Malovec/OthersElectronic Music Vol IV ... LP LP format
Turnabout, 1968. Very Good+ ... $11.99
6 tracks of early electronic music, recorded by the winners of the 1968 International Electronic Music Competition at Dartmouth. Tracks include "Eclipse" by Pril Smiley, "Orthogenesis" by Jozef Malovec, "Bozzetti" by Bohdan Mazurek, "Cetus" by Olly Wilson, and "Dixi" by Eugeniusz Rudnik. Lots of groovy stuff from Eastern Europe, as you can guess by the names! LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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