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✨✧ Edgar FroeseKamikaze 1989 ... LP
Virgin (UK), 1982. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
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Jeff CarneyImperfect Space Journeys (with bonus tracks) ... LP
Audio File/Lion, 1988. New Copy (reissue)... $25.99
A cassette-only rarity from the glory days of the tape-based new age underground – but a set that's much more strongly in line with 70s masterpieces from the German electronic music pioneers! Jeff Carney plays his instrumentation live here, and in ways that are hardly meditative or relaxing – as the whole thing really takes off into the cosmos with the sorts of sounds that would have made Klaus Schulze or Edgar Froese mighty mighty proud – long-spun tunes that pulsate with all these extended lines on keyboards and organs, used with bits of effects and just a touch of sequencer – all played live, with no overdubs or tapes. Titles include "Toys", "Trip", "Safety Hazard", "Voyage Of The Filters", and "Cloud 9". 2LP set also features bonus tracks – "Earth Escape", "Quark", and "Wailing Wall". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ WireIssue 437 – July 2020 ... Magazine
Wire, 2020. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
That's one of the trippiest covers we've ever seen on The Wire – and it heralds the issue's nice long article on the electronic music legacy of Tangerine Dream! The article features a long interview with Edgar Froese – plus sidebars on their keyboards, 70s albums, artwork, and film music too! The issue also looks at the work of guitarist John Russell's Mopomoso, the work of Armand Hammer and Backwoodz Studio, experimental vocalist Nour Mobarak, Brazilian singer Thiago Nassif, and the improvised guitar of Wendy Eisenberg. There's also a duo edition of the Invisible Jukebox – with Moor Mother and Rasheedah Phillips – plus the usual huge amount of new music reviews that always makes The Wire so great for keeping up with sounds you might not catch otherwise! Magazine

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