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John Robinson PierceMusic From Mathematics Vol 2 ... 7-inch
Decca/Cacophonic (UK), Early 60s. New Copy (pic cover)... $6.99
Really wonderful sounds from an early IBM computer – and a set that's quite different from both the academic and popular electronic albums of the 60s! You can really hear the programming at work here – the careful choices as to which sounds come out when, in a sequence that's more prescribed than played – which gives the whole thing an even spookier feel – as if there were no need for humans at all! John Robinson Pierce headed up a set of scientists at Bell Labs in the early 60s – which is where these sounds were created – and titles include "Five Against Seven", "Stochatta", "Variation In Timbre & Attack", "Melodie", and "Beat Cannon". 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Mos DefMs Fat Booty (clean, dirty, inst, acapella)/Mathematics (clean, dirty, inst, acapella) ... 12-inch
Rawkus, 1999. Used (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
Mighty Mos' greatest single? It gets our vote. You get the classic "Ms Fat Booty" with a beautifully produced beat by Kool G, and the banging "Mathematics" produced by Premier. 12-inch, Vinyl record
(Original Rawkus pic sleeve version.)
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✨✧ Mos DefBlack On Both Sides ... LP
Rawkus/Def Jam, 1999. New Copy 2LP (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Mos Def's landmark late 90s solo debut – a rock solid classic that stands up today as one of the best hip hop albums of its decade – and for all the dizzying creative highs and lows of his career to follow, it stands strongly among his best work ever. His preceding duo work with Talib Kweli as Black Star set a pretty high bar creatively, and stunningly, Mos manages to clear it. It's all the more impressive given the stylistic diversity, ranging from bed rock boom bap, to leftfield funk, to Bad Brains-inspired punk. Incredible stuff. Tracks include "Ms Fat Booty", "Hip Hop", "Know That" featuring Talib Kweli, "Mr Ni**a" featuring Q-Tip, "Mathematics", "Brooklyn", "Umi Says", "Do It Now" featuring Busta Rhymes, "Fear Not Of Man", "Habitat", and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ QuasimotoUnseen ... LP
Stones Throw, 2000. New Copy 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Madlib is back with his split personality rhymesayin self, the one and only weird and wacky sounding Quasimoto. Another Stones Throw hip hop classic, with Madlib producing and rhyming on the tracks, speakin about jazz, outerspace, and microphones. Tracks include "Bad Character", "Microphone Mathematics", "Good Morning Sunshine", "Low Class Conspiracy", "Put A Curse On You", "Astro Travellin", "Phony Game", "Astro Black", "Return Of The Loop Digga", "Basic Instinct", "Bluffin", "Boom Music", "Green Power", "24-7" featuring Medaphoar, and seven more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ BachWell-Tempered Clavier/Goldberg Variations – Rosalyn Turek (6CD set) ... CD
Deutsche Grammophon (Germany), 2015. New Copy 6CD ... Out Of Stock
Some of our favorite interpretations of these key compositions from Bach – both treasures from the catalog of Deutsche Grammophon, and packaged here in a wonderfully complete set! The first four CDs feature Rosalyn Turek's sublime reading of The Well Tempered Clavier – done in 1952 and 1953 for DG, and at a level that's so precise, so meticulous, it still stands as one of the landmark recordings of the cycle of preludes and fugues. Turek really gets at the complex mathematics of Bach's music, while still bringing a strong sense of feeling to her performance – but without any of the liberties later players might take. The following two CDs feature a 1998 reading of Goldberg Variations – beautifully expressive, yet still as precise as Turek's famous earlier works by Bach. CD

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