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✨✧ Nurse With WoundSoliloquy For Lilith (4LP set) ... LP
United Dairies/Dirtier Promotions (UK), 1988. New Copy 4 LPs (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the most haunting pieces of music to ever come from Nurse With Wound – an expanded set of music that spans three different records, but one that also comes from a very unique source at the core! Instead of working with a lot of other musicians in the wider space of the multi-disc set, Stephen Stapleton instead works nearly solo – using a number of different effects boxes that are all hooked into each other, with no other sound providing a source – just the feedback between the different pedals, which is then altered by Stapleton's presence in relation to them! The package is a great illustration of the sometimes-overlooked relationship between NWW and more serious, academic music – maybe even more startling, given that it was coming out of the indie underground, and not the art or academic worlds. Beautiful 4LP pressing – with a full album of bonus material that appears here on record for the first time ever! LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ Paris Smith QuintetThought Seeds (includes download) ... LP
Oracle/Jazzaggression (Finland), 1983. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A very beautiful, very off-kilter record from Chicago vibesman Paris Smith – with a groove that's unlike anything else we can think of! The record's one of a few issued on Smith's own label – and it's a haunting set of original compositions that merge modal and soul jazz conceptions, into a spiritually-touched groove that ranks with the best of the 70s soul jazz underground! Yet the whole thing is also unlike so many others from this generation – with maybe more of a current of darkness that comes through in unusual ways – and a style that's very much Paris Smith's own, and which has made the record a real treasure over the years. Smith himself plays vibes, in this sharp-edged way – alongside sax from Jimmy Ellis – and the lovely Carol Sawall sings on a few tracks – giving the record a strangely moody finish. Titles include "Owlman", "Catman", "Psalm 37", and "Lilith Came". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies – with download!)

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