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Jill KroesenI Really Want To Bomb You – 1972 to 1984 (colored vinyl pressing) ... LP
Modern Harmonic, 1970s/Early 80s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $32.99 34.99
A huge look at the near-lost legacy of Jill Kroesen – an important figure on the New York scene in that amazing moment when art and rock were blending together in wonderfully experimental material like this! At some level, Kroesen could be included in a short list of important figures who were also performance artists – like Laurie Anderson, Karen Finley, or Lydia Lunch – and the music here definitely has a lot to share with some of the hipper performance currents on the downtown scene – especially since the list of musicians on the tracks includes figures like David Van Tieghem on percussion, Peter Gordon on saxes and keyboards, Bill Laswell on bass, and George Lewis on trombone! The tunes are both political and playful, arty and catchy – and Kroesen's a completely unique figure throughout – almost taking the earlier experiments of artists like Patty Waters or Annette Peacock into new territory for the post-punk world. The set includes material from the album Stop Vicious Cycles, plus rare singles and other recordings too – titles that include "Broken Wing", "Invited To Heaven", "The Celebration Of S&M", "Sweet Sanity", "I'm Just Being A Human Being", "I Really Want To Bomb You", "I Am Not Seeing That You Are Here", "I'm Sorry I'm Such A Weenie", and "Wayne Hayes Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available I Really Want To Bomb You – 1972 to 1984 (with bonus tracks) ... CD 23.99

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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
Jill KroesenI Really Want To Bomb You – 1972 to 1984 (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Modern Harmonic, 1970s/Early 80s. New Copy 2CDs ... $23.99 24.99
A huge look at the near-lost legacy of Jill Kroesen – an important figure on the New York scene in that amazing moment when art and rock were blending together in wonderfully experimental material like this! At some level, Kroesen could be included in a short list of important figures who were also performance artists – like Laurie Anderson, Karen Finley, or Lydia Lunch – and the music here definitely has a lot to share with some of the hipper performance currents on the downtown scene – especially since the list of musicians on the tracks includes figures like David Van Tieghem on percussion, Peter Gordon on saxes and keyboards, Bill Laswell on bass, and George Lewis on trombone! The tunes are both political and playful, arty and catchy – and Kroesen's a completely unique figure throughout – almost taking the earlier experiments of artists like Patty Waters or Annette Peacock into new territory for the post-punk world. The set includes material from the album Stop Vicious Cycles, plus rare singles and other recordings too – titles that include "Broken Wing", "Invited To Heaven", "The Celebration Of S&M", "Sweet Sanity", "I'm Just Being A Human Being", "I Really Want To Bomb You", "I Am Not Seeing That You Are Here", "I'm Sorry I'm Such A Weenie", and "Wayne Hayes Blues". CD
Also available I Really Want To Bomb You – 1972 to 1984 (colored vinyl pressing) ... LP 32.99
 
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Twinart & OthersInstant This/Instant That – NY NY 1978 to 1985 ... CD
Modern Harmonic, Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy ... $15.99 16.99
Wonderfully weird work from the New York scene of the late 70s and early 80s – recordings that bristle with some of the best post-punk and new wave energy of the time, but which are much more obscure than most work you might know from other records! Some of the tracks here were done for NYC cable, others are more creative and almost experimental – and apart from a few rare singles that were issued at the time, almost all of the tracks appear here for the first time as a commercial release! Twinart are the group at the core, but plenty of other friends are along for the ride, including Jill Kroesen – and overall, there's a very progressive, girl-powered approach to the whole thing – on titles that include "Hands On Hands Off", "Instant This Instant That", "Double Shot Of Love", "You Got To Know", "Gassum", "Poodle Paper", "Dream On (demo)", "Honey You're So Mean", "Freak Of Nature (alt)", "Blinxong", and "Trashy Fashions" – plus a number of short "Itit" tracks. CD
Also available Instant This/Instant That – NY NY 1978 to 1985 (clear vinyl pressing) ... LP 32.99

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Twinart & OthersInstant This/Instant That – NY NY 1978 to 1985 (clear vinyl pressing) ... LP
Modern Harmonic, Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $32.99 34.99
Wonderfully weird work from the New York scene of the late 70s and early 80s – recordings that bristle with some of the best post-punk and new wave energy of the time, but which are much more obscure than most work you might know from other records! Some of the tracks here were done for NYC cable, others are more creative and almost experimental – and apart from a few rare singles that were issued at the time, almost all of the tracks appear here for the first time as a commercial release! Twinart are the group at the core, but plenty of other friends are along for the ride, including Jill Kroesen – and overall, there's a very progressive, girl-powered approach to the whole thing – on titles that include "Hands On Hands Off", "Instant This Instant That", "Double Shot Of Love", "You Got To Know", "Gassum", "Poodle Paper", "Dream On (demo)", "Honey You're So Mean", "Freak Of Nature (alt)", "Blinxong", and "Trashy Fashions" – plus a number of short "Itit" tracks. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Instant This/Instant That – NY NY 1978 to 1985 ... CD 15.99

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✨✧ VariousNew York Noise 2 – Music From The New York Underground 1977 to 1984 ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. Used ... Out Of Stock
A second great dip into the arty New York scene of the punk, post-punk, and no wave years – and one that goes even farther than the first volume of New York Noise! This time around, Soul Jazz have gotten past the the obvious markers of the scene – and have dug deep to come up with some especially great nuggets lost in the shifting sands and record racks of the time. The vibe is a bit noisier than before, but there's still a fair bit of groove-conscious tunes – a great blend of experimental, arty, and post-punk party – really capturing the openly creative spirit of New York at the time. Our hats are off to Soul Jazz for going beyond those slightly bigger names who issued full albums – as they've really made an effort here to pull out tracks by groups you always hear mentioned, but who mostly just recorded the odd single or compilation track – usually for smaller and long-defunct labels. As always with Soul Jazz, the package features great notes on the music – and a total of 16 tracks that include "Ungawa (part 2)" by Pulsallama, "Hunter Gatherer" by Mofungo, "Not Bite" by Red Transistor, "Black Box Disco" from the soundtrack to Vortex, "Back Downtown" by Certain General, "Drastic Classicism" by Rhys Chatham, "Radio Rhythm (dub)" by Clandestine with Ned Sublette, "Move It Time" by Gliroius Strangers, "Tiger Stripes" by Felix (with Arthur Russell & Nicky Siano), "My Hands Are Yellow" by Del-Byzanteens (with Jim Jarmusch), "Tanajura" by Don King, "Sham Shack" by UT, and "I Am Not Seeing That You Are Here" by Jill Kroesen. CD
(Out of print.)
 
 
 



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