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✨✧ Robert Glasper ExperimentArtScience (180 gram pressing limited coffee package) ... LP
Blue Note, 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Tremendous material from Robert Glasper – a set that takes us back to the brilliance of his first few releases for Blue Note – while also encompassing all the changes he's gone through in recent years too! There's definitely some vocals on the record – but this time around, instead of being sung by a rotating cast, they're mostly handled by Casey Benjamin – who plays saxes and additional keyboards on the set – and helps give the whole thing a nicely unified vibe. Glasper sings a bit, too – but mostly concentrates on giving us some incredible lines on Fender Rhodes – in those soulful shapes that have made his keyboard work a delight since day one – and which continue to open up into so many wonderful directions. Benjamin uses a vocoder at times, which slides in great next to the Rhodes – and the group also features wonderful bass from Derrick Hodge, who also sings on one track too. Really wonderful material – as if the Experiment side of Glasper's work was folded into his small combo ethos – with tracks that include "No One Like You", "Day To Day", "Tell Me A Bedtime Story", "Find You", "This Is Not Fear", "In My Mind", "Hurry Slowly", "Written In Stone", "Human", and "Thinkin Bout You". Features a bonus bag of coffee – "The Experiment's unique blend of music called for the perfect blend of Dark Matter Coffee. Like RGX, the ArtScience blend is a bold, sexy coffee with notes of chocolate, toffee and brown sugar. This exclusive blend is sourced from farming partners in Guatemala and El Salvador. " LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes a bag of very limited coffee from Dark Matter made strictly for this release and sold exclusively through Dusty Groove and Dark Matter. This bundle is only available to US customers – no overseas or APO sales.)
Also available
ArtScience ... CD 13.99
ArtScience (180 gram pressing) ... LP 24.99
ArtScience (limited coffee package) ... CD 24.99

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ScientistScientist In Dub (with bonus CD) ... LP
Dub Mir, 1981. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
Scientist in dub – although we'd also be hard-pressed to imagine the man in any other setting – working here with classic rhythms by the Roots Radics, which are then spun out into echoey brilliance at King Tubby's! The core sounds were certainly warm when recorded at Channel One – with piano from Gladstone Anderson, organ from Winston Wright, and guitar from Bo Pee – but once Scientist got his hands on the tapes, the music was turned into something else entirely – the kinds of freaky, far out sounds that made him one of the key dub talents to emerge in the 80s. Titles include "Kissing Dub", "Jumping Dub", "Murder", "Esha", "Kreechie Rock", "Tan Deh", "Uplifted Dub", "Arise", and "Science". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the album on CD!)

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✨✧ Attilio ''Art'' MineoMan In Space With Sounds (colored vinyl) ... LP
Modern Harmonic, 1962. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Wonderful sounds from space – put together in a rare album that was initially issued in a small batch, to coincide with the Seattle Worlds Fair in 1962! For the set, Art Mineo comes up with an amazing batch of spacey sounds that were played at the fair in conjunction with a machine called the "Bubbleator" – a weird transparent elevator – and although Mineo had recorded the music a decade before, it fits surprisingly well for the setting – thanks to quality that's definitely futuristic! There's no electronic instrumentation on the LP, but the sound is off-kilter and mighty weird – with an atonal quality that sounds like it's being made by early computer music instruments, but which is really just a string section and percussion – played in a strange, otherwordly way. The music is spooky, spare, and with an arch-evil sound that's made the record a space age classic since the day it was released – on titles that include "Welcome To Tomorrow", "Gayway To Heaven", "Soaring Silence", "Man Seeks The Future", "Science Of Tomorrow", and "The Queen City". LP, Vinyl record album
(On colored vinyl!)
Also available Man In Space With Sounds ... CD 13.99

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✨✧ Sun RaSpace Is The Place – Original Soundtrack (180 gram colored vinyl) ... LP
Sutro Park, 1972. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
One of the weirdest records Sun Ra ever made – music to accompany the strange film Space Is The Place – which itself was an odd mixture of science fiction and blacksploitation-type action! The sounds here are sometimes in the usual Arkestra mode – wonderfully exotic rhythms mixed with freewheeling jazz solos – but other parts seem to follow more of a soundtrack-styled need – and include some bolder action riffs, spare scene-setting moments, and even some strong vocal themes. Titles include "Watusa", "Calling Planet Earth", "Mysterious Crystal", "Outerspaceways Incorporated", "Cosmic Forces", "Satellites Are Spinning", and a version of "Space Is The Place". 74 minutes of music in all – and reissued here on vinyl in a limited version! LP, Vinyl record album
(Purple & gold limited edition of 500!)

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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Robert Glasper ExperimentArtScience (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Blue Note, 2016. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99 25.99
Tremendous material from Robert Glasper – a set that takes us back to the brilliance of his first few releases for Blue Note – while also encompassing all the changes he's gone through in recent years too! There's definitely some vocals on the record – but this time around, instead of being sung by a rotating cast, they're mostly handled by Casey Benjamin – who plays saxes and additional keyboards on the set – and helps give the whole thing a nicely unified vibe. Glasper sings a bit, too – but mostly concentrates on giving us some incredible lines on Fender Rhodes – in those soulful shapes that have made his keyboard work a delight since day one – and which continue to open up into so many wonderful directions. Benjamin uses a vocoder at times, which slides in great next to the Rhodes – and the group also features wonderful bass from Derrick Hodge, who also sings on one track too. Really wonderful material – as if the Experiment side of Glasper's work was folded into his small combo ethos – with tracks that include "No One Like You", "Day To Day", "Tell Me A Bedtime Story", "Find You", "This Is Not Fear", "In My Mind", "Hurry Slowly", "Written In Stone", "Human", and "Thinkin Bout You". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available
ArtScience ... CD 13.99
ArtScience (limited coffee package) ... CD 24.99
 
 
 



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