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Static StaticPsychic Eyes ... LP
Tic Tac Totally!, 2009. Near Mint- ... $4.99
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✨✧ Delia Derbyshire/Barry BermangeInventions For Radio – The Dreams ... LP
Psychic Sounds, 1964. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
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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✨✧ Ornette ColemanWho's Crazy? ... CD
Freedom/Tokuma (Japan), 1965. Used 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Reissue of this hard to get album, originally issued as two separate LPs, on the small French IRI imprint. Excellent work from Ornette – recorded in Paris in 1966 for the film Who's Crazy, featuring him on alto, violin, and trumpet – with a wonderfully playful feel thoroughout, plus some great solo work by Ornette. 10 numbers in all, including "January", "The Changes", "Better Get Yourself Another Self", "The Duel, Two Psychic Lovers & Eating Time", "Fuzz, Feast, Breakout", "The Poet", and "Wedding Day & Fuzz". CD
(Out of print. In a unique Japanese 2CD case.)

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✨✧ Mr ChopSilver Frequencies ... CD
Now Again/Five Day Weekend, 2009. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
An overlooked chapter in the Mr Chop canon! Coz Littler, aka Mr. Chop, has been a beacon in the future groove cosmos for years now – filtering his love for spacey 70s psych funk through classic-era hip hop beatcraft in a distinctive, irresistible way – and he's uber-prolific, too. In fact, he's so prolific, we somehow snoozed through the release of '09's Silver Frequencies, probably while playing the heck out of For Pete's Sake, which came out that same year. Better late than never! Silver Frequencies is up there with his best stuff – with heavy drums, killer Rhodes, Hammond and other cosmic keyboards, fuzzy guitars and unshakable rhythms. Titles include "Silver Frequencies", "Feathers On Fire", the amazing "Psychic Psych" (with some great guest sax by Colin Lamont, "Outside My Door", "Hole In The Sky", "Magic Box", "Flashbacks", the 7-part "Intermezzo", "Ends And Means Dub" and many more. CD
 
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Yusef LateefAutophysiopsychic ... CD
CTI/King (Japan), 1977. New Copy ... About December 4, 2017
A strange bit of funk from Yusef Lateef! The record was recorded late in the CTI electric years – and it's got Yusef fronting a funky jazz group on 5 tracks that have a decidely R&B-ish fusion twist. Dave Matthews – of James Brown funky fame – arranged the whole album, and the record is similar to some of Dave's funky jazz record from the mid 70s. A few cuts have vocals, and Art Farmer joins Yusef in the frontline on horns – and the two of them blow together in light melodic lines over the top of funky rhythms from Steve Gadd, Eric Gale, Alex Blake, and others. Titles include "Robot Man", "YL", "Communication", and "Look On The Right Side". CD
Also available Autophysiopsychic ... LP 6.99

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Yusef LateefAutophysiopsychic ... LP
CTI, 1977. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $6.99
A strange bit of funk from Yusef Lateef! The record was recorded late in the CTI electric years – and it's got Yusef fronting a funky jazz group on 5 tracks that have a decidely R&B-ish fusion twist. Dave Matthews – of James Brown funky fame – arranged the whole album, and the record is similar to some of Dave's funky jazz records from the mid 70s. A few cuts have vocals, and Art Farmer joins Yusef in the frontline on horns – and the two of them blow together in light melodic lines over the top of funky rhythms from Steve Gadd, Eric Gale, Alex Blake, and others. Titles include "Robot Man", "YL", "Communication", and "Look On The Right Side". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)
 
 
 



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