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✨✧ Psychic TVForce The Hand Of Chance ... LP
Some Bizzare/Angry Love (UK), 1982. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The first album that Genesis P Orridge and Peter Christopherson recorded together after the split of Throbbing Gristle – and a set that really has the duo going in a very different direction than before! True, there's still elements of noise and all the weird and wonderful sound that TG had on their classic elements – but Genesis also brings in these weirdly dreamy elements that are strongly influenced by 60s pop, both UK and French – and which juxtapose with the noise in a wonderfully creepy way! Sweet vocal songs are sung by Genesis in that creepy deadpan voice of his – then give way to more sonically maddening moments – but in a brilliant combination that's so much richer than some of the later PTV material. Marc Almond guests on two tracks, and there's almost some currents of Some Bizarre or ZTT energy – and Andrew Poppy contributes some wonderful strings, too. Titles include "Just Drifting", "Caresse", "Terminus", "No Go Go", "Ov Power", "Guiltless", "Stolen Kisses", and the beautiful "Message From The Temple". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Delia Derbyshire/Barry BermangeInventions For Radio – The Dreams ... LP
Psychic Sounds, 1964. New Copy ... $13.99
One of the coolest compositions we've ever heard from Delia Derbyshire – a special set of electronic compositions based around dreams, with lots of tape work and electronics from Delia, plus loads of eerie recitations as well! Each track features someone describing a dream – at a level that would be spooky enough on its own – but then the voice is often manipulated slightly, sometimes repeated – and mixed with the kind of dark, moody elements we love in some of Derbyshire's more instrumental music – including famous sound library records, and work for the BBC. We might well argue that for the early 60s, the album represents a far more evolved use of electronic music than was taking place elsewhere at the time – and the piece features five passages, "Running", "Land", "Falling", "Colour", and "Sea". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Milton MarshWe Are Not Separate From Spirit – We Are In It ... CD
Alantara, Late 70s/1986/1999. New Copy ... $6.99
A collection of recordings by Milton Marsh – a hell of a visionary jazz composer and arranger, and one of the few talents of the underground to be able to blend strings and spiritual currents with effortless ease! Marsh's music here is very pure and organic – inspired by ambitious ideas in his compositions, but carried off with a very special sort of core energy – almost the loft jazz scene taken to the next level, but without any coldness of academia – in territory that's sometimes attempted by the Jazz At Lincoln Center crowd, but never done this well! The recordings here range in dates from 1975 through 1999, but all have a very unified feel – and often mix one or more string players with jazz instrumentation. Marsh sometimes plays alto, sometimes just conducts – and titles include "Alankara", "Psychic Impulses", "Lighter Side Of Dark", "Everlasting Beauty", "Fall From Grace", "Tana", and "Issues". CD

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RakimSeventh Seal ... LP
SMC, 2009. Sealed 2LP ... $14.99
Here it is after an arduous, nearly decade long wait – Rakim's epically long in the making Seventh Seal – released on his own label after the much discussed departure from Dr Dre! Rakim's authority and gravity on the mic is still second to none, and Seventh Seal's best tracks stark and timelessly modeled backdrops for his Rakim's spiritually minded, tough wordplay. Producers include Jake One, Nottz, Slyce & others. Titles include "How To Emcee", "Walk These Streets", "Documentary Of A Gangsta", "Man Above", "Won't Be Long", the David Axelrod-interpolated "Holy Are U", "Message In The Song", "Put It All To Music", "Psychic Love", "Still In Love" and "Dedicated". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Vive Le RockIssue 39 ... Magazine
Vive Le Rock (UK), 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A vintage group pic of The Mission is on the cover – for a feature looking at their legacy to date on the occasion of group's 30th annivesary – plus more great features on Ruts DC, Undertones, Psychic TV, The Troggs, Slim Jim Phantom of The Stray Cats, Genesis P Orridge, Against Me!, Total Chaos, Screaming Blue Messiahs, Green Day, Undertones, a farewell to Prince Buster and lots more. Magazine
 
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Yusef LateefPsychicemotus ... CD
Impulse, 1965. Used ... $9.99
A very unusual album for Yusef Lateef – and that's saying quite a lot, given how quirky most of his work can be! The session has Lateef exploring both rootsy and modern modes – working in a unique quartet that features George Arvanitas on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and legendary New Orleans musician James Black on drums and assorted percussion. Arvanitas has an excellent style with a very dark edge, and his playing is augmented strongly here by Workman's exploratory basslines, and Black's creatively rhythmic way of approaching the percussion. The whole thing's a very moody session, with a subdued sound, and a nice edgey approach to the material that differs nicely from some of Lateef's other recordings – an earthy feel that grabs the listener from the very first track. Yusef plays flute, tenor, and other wind instruments – and tracks include "Psychicetmotus", "Medula Sonata", "Semiocto", and a version of Satie's "First Gymnopedie". CD
(Out of print, digipack has some light edgewear.)

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✨✧ Yusef LateefPsychicemotus (180 gram pressing – with download) ... LP
Impulse (Germany), 1965. New Copy Gatefold (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A very unusual album for Yusef Lateef – and that's saying quite a lot, given how quirky most of his work can be! The session has Lateef exploring both rootsy and modern modes – working in a unique quartet that features George Arvanitas on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and legendary New Orleans musician James Black on drums and assorted percussion. Arvanitas has an excellent style with a very dark edge, and his playing is augmented strongly here by Workman's exploratory basslines, and Black's creatively rhythmic way of approaching the percussion. The whole thing's a very moody session, with a subdued sound, and a nice edgey approach to the material that differs nicely from some of Lateef's other recordings – an earthy feel that grabs the listener from the very first track. Yusef plays flute, tenor, and other wind instruments – and tracks include "Psychicetmotus", "Medula Sonata", "Semiocto", and a version of Satie's "First Gymnopedie". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Psychicemotus ... CD 9.99
 
 
 



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