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TortoiseRhythms Resolutions & Clusters ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1995. New Copy (reissue)... $20.99 24.99
A legendary project from Tortoise – kind of the "part 1.5" to their tremendous debut – as it features material from that record, remixed by members of the group and other key figures on the Chicago scene – all as a real testament to the many criss-crossing styles and modes that were taking place during these key post-rock years! The original material was performed by the version of the group that featured Bundy K Brown, John Herndon, John McIntire, Doug McCombs, and Dan Bitney – and remixes are by McEntire and Brown from the group – plus Steve Albini, Brad Wood, Casey Rice, Jim O'Rourke, Rick Brown, and even Mike Watt! Titles include "Alcohall", "Your New Rod", "Cobwebbed", "Tin Cans (Puerto Rican mix)", "Initial Gesture Protraction", "The Match Incident", and "Not Quite East Of The Ryan". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ TortoiseRhythms Resolutions & Clusters (yellow vinyl pressing) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1995. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A legendary project from Tortoise – kind of the "part 1.5" to their tremendous debut – as it features material from that record, remixed by members of the group and other key figures on the Chicago scene – all as a real testament to the many criss-crossing styles and modes that were taking place during these key post-rock years! The original material was performed by the version of the group that featured Bundy K Brown, John Herndon, John McIntire, Doug McCombs, and Dan Bitney – and remixes are by McEntire and Brown from the group – plus Steve Albini, Brad Wood, Casey Rice, Jim O'Rourke, Rick Brown, and even Mike Watt! Titles include "Alcohall", "Your New Rod", "Cobwebbed", "Tin Cans (Puerto Rican mix)", "Initial Gesture Protraction", "The Match Incident", and "Not Quite East Of The Ryan". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited opaque golden yellow vinyl pressing.)
Also available Rhythms Resolutions & Clusters ... LP 20.99
 
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Isotope 217Unstable Molecule (blue vinyl pressing) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1999. New Copy (reissue)... $26.99 28.99
A fantastic side project from the Tortoise side of the spectrum on the Chicago side of the scene – a set that features players from that group mixing with others, and working in these long tracks that really explore a love of jamming and electric jazz! There's definitely an influence here from 70s Miles and Herbie – but the sounds are more laidback, and very much in the spirit of a group from the genre-busting scene at that point in Chicago history – with percussion and drums from John McIntire and Dan Bitney, guitar from Jeff Parker, cornet from Rob Mazurek, bass from Matt Lux, and trombone from Sara P Smith – all of whom make the record feel like Tortoise meets Chicago Underground Duo, with a plus one in the mix! Titles include "Kryptonite Smokes The Red Line", "Prince Naymor", "Audio Boxing", "Beneath The Undertow", and "La Jetee". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited blue vinyl pressing!)

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✨✧ VariousXen Cuts – 10 Years Of Zen ... CD
Ninja Tune, 2000. Used 3 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A glorious celebration of a decade of Ninja Tune! The set's packed full of all the best bits on the label – and includes a number of out of print or hard to find tracks. Titles include "More Beats & Pieces (John McIntire & Tortoise rmx)" by Coldcut, "Channel 1 Suite (Four tet rmx)" by Cinematic Orchestra, "Bad Sex" by Amon Tobin, "Big Sea" by Funki Porcini, "I Hear The Drummer" by Luke Vibert, "The Xen To One Ratio" by Steinski, "Hip Hop Barrio" by Up Bustle & Out, "Down & To The Left" by Amon Tobin, "Quicksilver Loom" by Flanger, "Tried By 12 (Squarepusher mix)" by East Flatbush Project, "Movements (live)" by Roots Manuva, and "Drunk Trumpet (live)" by Kid Koala. 46 tracks, 3CDs, and what a nice price! CD

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✨✧ Sam Prekop & John McEntireSons Of ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 2022. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
You might know these guys in a number of other forms – Sam's the long-running vocalist in Sea & Cake, McEntire is from Tortoise and countless production efforts – but here, the old friends collaborate on new territory that's really wonderful – a set of electronic instrumental tunes that unfold with a great sense of beauty! We're tempted to read the title as a reference to Eno and Bowie working together in Berlin – and while that might be a bit of a stretch, there's definitely the energy of two respectful partners exploring new musical territory here – stepping out on beautiful new sounds that we hope are the start of a new chapter in their careers! Titles include "Ghost At Noon", "Yellow Robe", "Ascending By Night", and "Crossing At The Shallow". CD

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✨✧ PullmanTurnstyles & Junkpiles ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 1998. Used ... Out Of Stock
Acoustic project feat. Bundy Brown (Directions), Doug McCombs (Tortoise, Eleventh Dream Day), Chris Brockaw (Come), and Curtis Harvey (Rex), with guitar, bass, mandola, dobro, and banjo. CD

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✨✧ Jeff ParkerRelatives ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2005. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A seminal record in the growth of Jeff Parker as a musician – a set done when Parker was a key member of Tortoise, and issued on the same label as that group – but a record that really shows the richness of Jeff's guitar talents that would explode in years to come! The set is definitely a jazz record, and maybe does hold some slight sonic semblance to some of Parker's other projects of the period – and the whole thing is a wonderful showcase for his creative phrasing on guitar, and a sense of tone and timing learned in his other collaborations, brought back to jazz in a really great way! The set features sublime drums from Chad Taylor, plus Sam Barshehet on Fender Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric, and Chris Lopes on bass, guitars, and flute as well – on titles that include a sublime remake of Marvin Gaye's "When Did You Stop Loving Me When Did I Stop Loving You", which the group turns into more of an after hours sweet spot than a mournful soul lament – plus "Istanbul", "Mannerisms", "Sea Change", "Beanstalk", "Toyboat" and "Rang (For Michael Zerang)". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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