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Bruce LaceySpacey Bruce Lacey – Film Music & Improvisations Vol 1 ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... $20.99
Weird and wonderful work from the enigmatic Bruce Lacey – a character whose life and ideals are as compelling as his music! This package is really the first to ever do Lacey justice – and it brings together a rich range of electronic explorations and a few more acoustic improvisations as well – all material that really marks Bruce as being on the forefront of experimentation, especially in the years before the 70s Brit electronicians, even Throbbing Gristle! Lacey's music is stark, but has a sense of humanity – often as spacey as the title promises, but never in a careless way – and always filled with subtle shadings and thoughtful passages. Many of the sounds are electronic, but they also have very unusual sources too – and titles include "Music From Everybody's Nobody", "Music From Double Exposure", and "Ancient Forces". Great notes too – really getting at Lacey's enigmatic role in UK music! LP, Vinyl record album

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Bruce LaceySpacey Bruce Lacey – Film Music & Improvisations Vol 2 ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy ... $20.99
Weird and wonderful work from the enigmatic Bruce Lacey – a character whose life and ideals are as compelling as his music! This package is really the first to ever do Lacey justice – and it brings together a rich range of electronic explorations and a few more acoustic improvisations as well – all material that really marks Bruce as being on the forefront of experimentation, especially in the years before the 70s Brit electronicians, even Throbbing Gristle! Lacey's music is stark, but has a sense of humanity – often as spacey as the title promises, but never in a careless way – and always filled with subtle shadings and thoughtful passages. Many of the sounds are electronic, but they also have very unusual sources too – and titles include various parts of "Earth Spirit", plus "Kissing Film", "Experiment 1", "Funky Dance", and "Cycles Of The Serpent (parts 1 & 3)". LP, Vinyl record album

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Carl Orff/Gunild KeetmanMusic For Children – Schulwerk ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1958. Very Good+ Gatefold ... $11.99
Amazing sounds from the man who gave the world Carmina Burana – and music that's equally spooky in its own sort of way! Carl Off composed this music for children as part of as special educational program for youth – but the overall quality of the sounds is more trance-like and eerie – almost the kind of songs they'd play in the classroom in The Wicker Man! Part of the quality might come from the fact that the lyrics here are from a British translation, so reflect some language changes – but another aspect might also be the spare instrumentation, and offbeat use of glockenspiel, metallophone, drinking glasses, and other percussion. But of course, it's the kids' voices that really make the whole thing stand out – kind of nervous and unsure in their own sort of way – in a mixture of chorus and individual parts. LP presents the full English version of the work – even creepier than the German one! LP, Vinyl record album

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Jose PratesTam Tam Tam ... LP
Trunk (UK), 1958. New Copy (reissue)... $23.99
Heavy rhythms from the Brazilian scene of the 50s – a set of grooves originally used to accompany a touring dance production, but a set of tracks that's gone on to have quite a life of its own! The music here isn't the cool bossa or spare samba you might expect – and instead has this full-on, very heady sort of vibe – almost Afro-Cuban in the way the album was recorded, although lots of the core elements of the music have a distinctly Brazilian feel, and seem to point the way towards more ambitious recordings of the 60s – such as the work of Moacir Santos on the Forma label, or the Afro Sambas of Baden Powell and Vinicius De Moraes! Percussion is very heavy, and nicely earthy – and most tracks feature some chorus vocals buried alongside the rhythms, plus occasional leads from Ivan De Paula – who's got a deep style that really matches the music. Titles include "Imbae Sofa", "Ogum Olojo", "De Luanda", "Tem Brabo No Samba", "Onika", and "Maracatu Da D Santa". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Tam Tam Tam ... CD 15.99
 
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VariousIt's On – The Atlantic Group Rap Compilation ... LP
Atlantic, 1993. Very Good+ 2LP ... $4.99
Promo only 2 LP compilation. Features Akinyelle "The Bomb", Yo Yo "Westside Story", Knucklehedz "Hed Rush", Original Flavor "Can I Get Open", Da Youngsta's "Iz U With Me", Masta Ace "The Mad Wunz", Pharcyde "Otha Fish", MC Lyte "I Got On", Juice With Soul "Born Suspect", 2 Pac "Keep Ya Head Up", Kam "Drama", Mesanjarz Of Funk "Funk In Da Trunk", and To Be Continued "Can I Get My Flow On". LP, Vinyl record album
(In a stickered gatefold sleeve.)

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New EPMDUnfinished Business ... LP
Fresh, 1989. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The second album of heavy east coast funk and slow rolling rhymes from the brothers from Brentwood. Nice, fat trunk rattling production and Eric and Parrish's trademark back and forth rhymes keep this set fresh,even today. Loaded with classics: "So What Cha Sayin'", "Get the Bozack", "The Big Payback", "Please Listen to My Demo", "Snappin' Necks", and "You Had Too Much To Drink". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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New Hans KollerMinor Meetings 1958 ... LP
Sonorama (Germany), 1958. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Hardly a set of minor meetings at all – given that tenorist Hans Koller works here in the company of a host of great musicians from the late 50s German scene, in a set of tracks that ranks with the best of his long career as a leader! By the time of these sides, Koller was already one of the best and boldest saxophonists in postwar Europe – a player with a wonderful sense of tone and timing, and some occasional exotic tones that were influenced by his work on other reed instruments as well. And although Koller later went onto record a series of classic albums for the MPS label, these tracks predate those gems – and feature Hans in some unique live and studio settings. Two tracks feature a small combo with Zoot Sims on tenor and Hans Hammerschmid on piano – and Hammerschmid fitures on all other tracks as both pianist and arranger. Other musicians include Albert Mangelsdorff on trombone, Peter Trunk on bass, Kurt Sauer on trumpet, and Helmut Reinhardt on baritone sax. Titles include "Hard Blues", "Hi Fi", "Lippi's Tune", "Minor Meeting", "Saba", "Blues Around Joe", and "Sperie's Drums". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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FunkdoobiestBrothas Doobie ... LP
Epic/Immortal, 1995. Near Mint- ... $39.99
Remember the mid 90s when the blunted Muggs sound bumped from trunks west coast to east? Funkdoobiest to didn't invent rhymes about porn and weed, but they went a long way towards perfecting the genre over fat Muggs screech and bounce production on their second album. Includes "Rock On", "Dedicated", "XXX Funk", "What The Deal", "Superhoes", "It Ain't Going Down", "P*ssy Ain't Sh*t" and "Tomahawk Bang". 13 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has cut corner.)
 
 
 



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