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✨✧ Charles Rumback & Ryley WalkerLittle Common Twist ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A wonderful instrumental duo effort from drummer Charles Rumback and guitarist Ryley Walker – the former a vital player in the Chicago jazz and experimental scene, the latter one one time Chicago, now NYC based player who has been as important as anyone taking the folk and blues-steeped avant garde acoustic guitar influences of Jansch, Fahey and others into new realms. Where their previous work together and some more angular edges, this one his a more hypnotic sound overall, with loose folk passages that flow into surprisingly futuristic sounds, with producer John Hughes on synth and electronics. Thrill Jockey continues to be an welcoming home to progressive instrumental music. Includes "Half Joking", "Self Blind Sun", "Idiot Parade", "And You, These Sang", "Menebhi", "Ill-Fitting/No Sickness", "If You're Around And Down" and "Worn And Held". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousImaginational Anthem Vol 9 – Ryley Walker Presents ... CD
Tompkins Square, 2019. New Copy ... $13.99 14.99
Hard to believe this excellent series is hitting its ninth volume – and this time around, Ryley Walker is at the helm – making excellent musical choices that really keep things fresh! As with previous volumes, the focus is on the most creative talents of the acoustic underground – usually heard here in a solo setting, but sometimes with light additional instrumentation – pushing forward that tradition of music that Tompkins Square has been so essential in capturing in recent years – almost as if the label has become the Takoma Records of the 21st Century! Walker makes some great choices here, and focuses on some overlooked and up-and-coming talents, including a few from our hometown of Chicago. Tracks include "Wooden Waltz" by Eli Winter, "Leicester Hwy" by Shane Parish, "Boat Ride" by Kendra Amalie, "World Of Objects (guitar edit)" by Fire Toolz, "Knots Where Never Was" by Lucas Brode, "Seedlings" by Dave Miller, "Variations On Themes For Blind Dogs" by Pete Fosco, and "I Used To Sing" by Matthew Rolin. CD

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✨✧ VariousImaginational Anthem Vol 9 – Ryley Walker Presents ... LP
Tompkins Square, 2019. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Hard to believe this excellent series is hitting its ninth volume – and this time around, Ryley Walker is at the helm – making excellent musical choices that really keep things fresh! As with previous volumes, the focus is on the most creative talents of the acoustic underground – usually heard here in a solo setting, but sometimes with light additional instrumentation – pushing forward that tradition of music that Tompkins Square has been so essential in capturing in recent years – almost as if the label has become the Takoma Records of the 21st Century! Walker makes some great choices here, and focuses on some overlooked and up-and-coming talents, including a few from our hometown of Chicago. Tracks include "Wooden Waltz" by Eli Winter, "Leicester Hwy" by Shane Parish, "Boat Ride" by Kendra Amalie, "World Of Objects (guitar edit)" by Fire Toolz, "Knots Where Never Was" by Lucas Brode, "Seedlings" by Dave Miller, "Variations On Themes For Blind Dogs" by Pete Fosco, and "I Used To Sing" by Matthew Rolin. LP, Vinyl record album
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✨✧ WireIssue 432 – February 2020 ... Magazine
Wire, 2020. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Still evolving postpunk heroes Wire are on the cover of The Wire – which almost qualifies as some kind of an Inception situation, we're wondering if we should spin a top or something to make sure this is real (...of course it's real, and richly deserved, those guys are have been incredibly inventive for nearly a half century) – plus Mayo Thompson in the Invisible Jukebox, a great features on New Orleans funk and R&B legends The Meters and pieces on Terry Allen, Katie Gately, Frank Denyer, Ryley Walker, The Global Ear on Malta and lots more! Magazine

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✨✧ UncutIssue 271 – December 2019 (with bonus CD) ... Magazine
Uncut (UK), 2019. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Uncut magazine presents the untold story behind the Bob Dylan/Johnny Cash recordings in late 60s Nashville – alongside other articles on Prince, Pink Floyd, Bonnie Prince Billy, Jeff Lynne, Debbie Harry, REM, Richard Thompson, and Booker T – plus a conversation with Robert Smith of The Cure, lunch with Bruce Springsteen, a self-portrait of Joni Mitchell, and the return of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Plenty more too – including reviews of over 120 records, books, and films! Bonus CD, too – with an unissued Bob Dylan song – plus more by Gene Clark, Ryley Walker, Jim Sullivan, and Tindersticks. Magazine
 
 
 



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