One of our favorite Floyd albums ever – a lot more subtle than The Wall, but with a focus missing from Wish You Were Here, too! Titles include "Dogs", "Pigs (Three Different Ones)", "Sheep", and "Pigs On The Wing". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the heavy inner sleeve. Cover has some moderate wear.)
A tripped-out Floyd classic – with cuts that include "Obscured By Clouds", "Childhood's End", "Stay", "Absolutely Curtains", "Free Four", and "Wots Uh The Deal". LP, Vinyl record album
(US Harvest/Capitol pressing – ST 11078.)
Relics ... CD Capitol, 1973. Used ...
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A key compilation of early Floyd nuggets – with cuts that include "Arnold Layne", "Interstellar Overdrive", "See Emily Play", "Julia Dream", "Careful With That Axe Eugene", "Cirrus Minor", and "Bike". CD
Ummagumma ... LP Harvest/EMI, Early 70s. Used 2LP Gatefold ...
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A great album from French combo Air – ingeniously working on dual fronts – as both the moody original score to Sofia Coppola's film adaptation of The Virgin Suicides, and as an amazing stand alone listening experience! While some tracks channel PinkFloyd a bit, many of their usual atmospherics are dusted off with fairly jazzy instrumentation and post-Bacharach arrangements. Gordon Tracks sings guest vocals on "Playground Love" and the whole thing's got a beautiful airy 60s pop style to it – tracks include "Clouds Up", "Bathroom Girl", "Cemetary Party", "Dirty Trip", "Highschool Lover (Theme From The Virgin Suicides)", "Afternoon Sister", "Ghost Song", and "Dead Bodies". LP, Vinyl record album
Raw sounds from the US underground, circa 1968 – by a group who clearly grew in the garage, but sprung forth with a whole range of new ideas too! Sometimes the Bachs can have this bite that's almost pre-punk, but other moments have this warmly harmonic feel that's quite a surprise – still delivered with a nice edge, given the indie production of the set – which definitely lives up to the spirit of the album's original print run of only 150 copies! All songs are originals, and surprisingly well-written at times – with these dark lyrical turns that are a great foil for the twin lead vocals – almost with the moody feel of Syd Barrett on the shorter, spookier early PinkFloyd tunes, but a lot rougher. Titles include Free Fall", "Answer To Yesterday", "Minister To A Mind Diseased", "Show Me That You Want To Go Home", "I'm A Little Boy", and "Tables Of Grass Fields". LP, Vinyl record album
(Heavy vinyl pressing – with bonus insert of notes!)
We love the 60s variant of Mojo magazine – and we especially love it this time around for its cover feature on Brian Jones, and inside look at his role as the wayward member of The Rolling Stones! There's loads of other great articles too – including David Crosby recalling the disaster at the Altamont music festival, the Small Faces on acid, unseen Beatles, and articles on Nico, Otis Redding, The Zombies, Fred Neil, PP Arnold, and others. And heck, the issue even comes with fold-out posters on The Who and PinkFloyd! Magazine
A big overstuffed issue this time around – with David Gilmour on the final days of PinkFloyd – as well as the final shows of the Grateful Dead – who also get a bonus CD in the issue, with 10 tracks from the group's 70s prime! The issue also has articles on AC/DC, Killing Joke, Caetano Veloso, The Isley Brothers, Julien Temple, and Bob Dylan and the Newport Folk Festival – plus 40 pages of reviews! Magazine
Doug Tuttle —
Doug Tuttle ... CD Trouble In Mind, 2014. New Copy Gatefold ...
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Doug Tuttle may be just one dude, but he comes on with the force of a full group – most particularly the best sound of early PinkFloyd on their first few albums in the 60s! Doug Tuttle was previously in MMOSS, but works tremendously here as a solo act – in these fuzz-drenched, echo-laden styles that swirl together the guitar, vocals, drums, and other bits too – all in a wide wash of sound that's really perfect all the way through – and in a mode that should/would make this a classic if there's any justice in the world! Titles include "With Us Soon", "Leave Your Body", "We Could Live", "Sewn Day", "I Will Leave", and "Better Days" – all titles that really get at the sense of loss and yearning that defines the album. CD