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TortoiseIt's All Around You (yellow vinyl pressing) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2004. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
Wow, this is SO not the Tortoise that first set the underground aflame in the early 90s – the group has evolved and opened up in ways we never would have expected. With It's All Around You it's emerged with an airy, open, stargazing set of tracks that resemble the languid atmosphere of Tangerine Dream as much as they do early post rock! Gone, for the most part from early Tortoise is that strong, rubbery electric bass groove and tightly thudding live drum sound. It's All Around You retains the bright vibes and sputtering electronics of the TNT album, and the out front, almost rock & roll guitar lines of the Standards album – and adds an ever present, ambient synthesizer bubble of sound to surround the thing. It's all so catchy, too, and almost sunny. If Tortoise hasn't really broken any new ground this time, it's only because they're the ones who broke it in the first place. Tracks include "It's All Around You", The Lithium Shifts", "Crest", "Stretch", "Dot/Eyes", "By Dawn", "Five Too Many" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Pale yellow vinyl pressing!)

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TortoiseRhythms Resolutions & Clusters (yellow vinyl pressing) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1995. New Copy (reissue)... Just Sold Out!
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.)

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TortoiseTNT ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1998. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... $16.99 29.99
Tortoise's third album and a pretty remarkable creative leap for the inventive Chicago ensemble – now with the great guitarist Jeff Parker in the fold! Like their earlier records, TNT features a haunting mix of percussion, electronics, and jazz-oriented instrumentation – put together with an approach that's even more sophisticated than earlier releases. That said, the guitar makes a huge difference – and there's a lot of guest players in the mix, including horns and strings. Definitely one of their best ever! Titles include "Swing From The Gutters", "Four Day Interval", "Jetty", "Everglade", and "The Equator". LP, Vinyl record album

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TortoiseTortoise ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1994. New Copy (reissue)... $14.99 27.99
Their first one, now a classic in the once-burgeoning "post rock" genre (much as we hate using that term) – and it's hands down one of best and most influential albums to come out of Chicago in the early 90s! A spare, rhythmic blend of moody grooves laid down by 2 basses, 2 drummers, and a host of other instruments. This is the one that still featured Bundy Brown, and overall, it feels more like the work of a core band effort than some of the more atmospheric and thickly-layered Tortoise records to come. Includes "Magnet Pulls Through", "Night Air", "Ry Cooder". "Tin Cans & Twine", "Flyrod", "On Noble", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Tortoise (white & black swirl vinyl pressing) ... LP 14.99

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TortoiseTortoise (white & black swirl vinyl pressing) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 1994. New Copy (reissue)... $14.99 26.99
Their first one, now a classic in the once-burgeoning "post rock" genre (much as we hate using that term) – and it's hands down one of best and most influential albums to come out of Chicago in the early 90s! A spare, rhythmic blend of moody grooves laid down by 2 basses, 2 drummers, and a host of other instruments. This is the one that still featured Bundy Brown, and overall, it feels more like the work of a core band effort than some of the more atmospheric and thickly-layered Tortoise records to come. Includes "Magnet Pulls Through", "Night Air", "Ry Cooder". "Tin Cans & Twine", "Flyrod", "On Noble", and more. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Tortoise ... LP 14.99

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✨✧ TortoiseLazarus Taxon (3CDs & DVD) ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 1990s/2000s. Used 3CD & DVD ... Out Of Stock
A massive collection of Tortoise rarities – including work from non-US releases, tour-only EP material, compilation tracks and more – plus the long out-of-print, heavily sought after Rhythms, Resolutions And Clusters remix album – all at a great price! You really couldn't ask for a better collection of errata from the celebrated group. It features some of the best work the collective and individual members (Jeff Parker ('97-present), John Herndon, John McEntire, Doug McCombs, Dan Bitney, David Pajo ('95-'97) and Bundy Brown ('91-'94)) have ever done! Rhythms, Resolutions And Clusters – featuring adventurous re-imaginings by such a diverse roster as Casey Rice, Steve Albini, Brad Wood, Jim O'Rourke and Mike Watt – is possibly the face value boon of the collection given it's known "legendary lost" status, but pretty much everything here is just as tough to find, if not literally impossible! The set contains 3CDs and a DVD, which features most of Tortoise's music videos and extensive rare live performance footage. Frankly, we'd have paid $20 just for a CD single with "Gamera", and that's just the kick off track on disc 1! Other tracks on disc 1 include "Blackbyrd", "Sex For Elizabeth", "To Day Retrieval", "Whitewater", "Autumn Sweater", "A Grape Dope", "Blue Station" and more. Disc 2 includes "Madison Area", "TNT (Nobukazu Takemura remix)", "Why We Fight", "CTA", "Adverse", Cliff Dweller Society" and more. Disc 3 (Rhythms, Resolutions And Clusters) includes the tracks "Alcohall", "Your New Rod", "Cobwebbed", "The Match Incident", "Tin Cans", "Not Quite East Of The Ryan", "Cornpone Brunch" and more. DVD includes the videos for "Salt The Skies", "Dear Grandma And Grandpa", "Seneca", and more, plus live footage from Toronto in '96, the Deutches Jazz Festival in '99, Chic-A-Go-Go in '05 and the Burn To Shine project in '04. CD
(In nice shape!)

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✨✧ TortoiseRhythms Resolutions & Clusters ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 1995. Used ... 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". CD
(Out of print original pressing – in great shape!)

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✨✧ TortoiseStandards (with download) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2001. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
This groundbreaking Chicago combo once again moves away from the pack on what might be their best album – leaving behind the host of imitators that sprung up in their wake. Standards still shows a fascination with the spare and revolving rhythms that graced the group's first few releases, but it's also a lot more complex musically – with plenty of added electronics, noisy guitars, keyboards, and some of the most sophisticated production to date – proof that these guys are great, and always growing as artists. Titles include "Seneca", "Eros", "Benway", "Eden 2", "Blackjack", "Speakeasy", and "Six Pack". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download.)

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✨✧ TortoiseTNT ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 1998. Used ... Out Of Stock
Tortoise's third album and a pretty remarkable creative leap for the inventive Chicago ensemble – now with the great guitarist Jeff Parker in the fold! Like their earlier records, TNT features a haunting mix of percussion, electronics, and jazz-oriented instrumentation – put together with an approach that's even more sophisticated than earlier releases. That said, the guitar makes a huge difference – and there's a lot of guest players in the mix, including horns and strings. Definitely one of their best ever! Titles include "Swing From The Gutters", "Four Day Interval", "Jetty", "Everglade", and "The Equator". CD
(Out of print.)
Also available TNT ... LP 16.99

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✨✧ TortoiseTortoise ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 1993. Used ... Out Of Stock
Their first one, now a classic in the once burgeoning "post rock" genre (much as we hate using that term) – and it's hands down one of best and most influential albums to come out of Chicago in the early 90s! Spare, rhythmic blend of moody grooves laid down by 2 basses, 2 drummers, and a host of other instruments. This is the one that still featured Bundy "K for Killer" Brown, and overall, it feels more like the work of a core band than some of the densely-atmospheric and thickly-layered Tortoise records to come. Includes "Magnet Pulls Through", "Night Air", "Ry Cooder". "Tin Cans & Twine", "Flyrod", "On Noble", and more. CD
(Out of print. Beautiful printed digipack edition!)

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✨✧ TortoiseTortoise – Remixed (green cover version) ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 1996/1998. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Tour-only CD that brings together 8 of the remixes of stuff off of their Millions Now Living LP. Remixes of tracks like "Djed", "Bubble Economy", and "Galapagos" – by folks like UNKLE, Luke Vibert, Bundy Brown, Jim O'Rourke, and Markus Popp. As you know, some of these were on the earlier 12" singles, but those are getting pretty tough to find, and this CD brings together a number of those tracks in one cool package. CD
(Original US pressing. Cover has some wear.)

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✨✧ Tortoise & Bonnie Prince BillyBrave And The Bold ... CD
Overcoat, 2006. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print.)
 
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RocketsLove Transfusion ... LP
Tortoise, 1977. Near Mint- ... $6.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)
 
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Blue CheerNew! Improved! ... CD
Philips/Linam (Germany), 1969. Used ... $18.99
This Blue Cheer record, their first of 2 in 1969, has a different lineup on each side–with Bruce Stephens on guitar, tortoise shell, & sandblocks, and Burns Kellogg on piano & organ on the somewhat more bluesy & song-oriented Side 1, while Randy Holden takes over guitar & vocals for the much heavier psych-rock approach on Side 2. Titles include "When It All Gets Old", "I Want My Baby Back", "Aces'N'Eights", "Peace Of Mind", "Honey Buter Lover", and the mind-melting "Fruit & Iceburgs". CD
(1991 pressing – still sealed!)

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Build An ArkRevision – An Anthology (3LP set) ... LP
New Dawn, 2000s. New Copy 3LP ... $51.99 56.99
Back in the first decade of this century, Build An Ark were one of the few groups to really carry forward the spiritual jazz legacy of the 70s – part of the same LA underground that rose up on Nimbus Records back in the day, and guided by the unstoppable power of Carlos Nino – who worked perfectly as both an instrumentalist in the group, and their producer! There were always some contemporary elements in the music, but maybe more surprising was the way that Build An Ark resisted all the remixing and programming that would often get in the way of the few others who tried for this territory – as they were always a committed spiritual jazz ensemble from the outset, not a club jazz act or a funk group. The package brings together all the best music from their out of print albums – a great 3LP run of titles that include "You Gotta Have Freedom", "John Coltrane", "Mother", "Build An Ark", "Door Of The Cosmos", "In The Park", "Sunflowers In My Garden", "Dawn", "Healing Song", "Love Sweet Like Sugar Cane", "World Music", "Our Cry For Peace", "Conversations", "Pure Imagination/The Tortoise & The Hare", and "When Ancestors Speak". LP, Vinyl record album

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Douglas Andrew McCombsVMAK-KOMBZ–-DUGLAS–6NDR7–- ... CD
Thrill Jockey, 2022. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
The first-ever solo album from Doug McCombs – the well-known bassist with a huge legacy that includes work in Eleventh Dream Day and Tortoise – finally getting a chance to shine in the spotlight on his own! The vibe here is more like Doug's work in Brokeback, but even more open and improvised – as McCombs plays guitar and bass on the record, on long tracks that feature some guest instrumentation at points – electronics from Sam Prekop and drums from John Convertino on "Two To Coolness" – and drums and keyboards from James Elkington on "To Whose Falls Shallows". The album's remaining long song, "Green Crown's Step", is solo McCombs. CD
Also available VMAK-KOMBZ–-DUGLAS–6NDR7–- (colored vinyl pressing) ... LP 9.99

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Douglas Andrew McCombsVMAK-KOMBZ–-DUGLAS–6NDR7–- (colored vinyl pressing) ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2022. New Copy ... $9.99 28.99
The first-ever solo album from Doug McCombs – the well-known bassist with a huge legacy that includes work in Eleventh Dream Day and Tortoise – finally getting a chance to shine in the spotlight on his own! The vibe here is more like Doug's work in Brokeback, but even more open and improvised – as McCombs plays guitar and bass on the record, on long tracks that feature some guest instrumentation at points – electronics from Sam Prekop and drums from John Convertino on "Two To Coolness" – and drums and keyboards from James Elkington on "To Whose Falls Shallows". The album's remaining long song, "Green Crown's Step", is solo McCombs. LP, Vinyl record album

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Jeff ParkerRelatives ... LP
Thrill Jockey, 2005. New Copy ... $25.99 26.99
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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✨✧ Jeff ParkerLike-Coping ... CD
Delmark, 2003. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A pretty wonderful set of tracks led by guitarist Jeff Parker, one of the most enormously talented, and one of the busiest guys in Chicago! Jeff spends time working with a number of avant garde jazz and rock combos like the Chicago Underground Quartet, Aesop Quartet, New Horizons Ensemble and Tortoise – but steps into a pretty straight up bop-learned jazz mode for his first full length as leader. He's leading a trio with Chad Taylor on drums and some light guitar, and Chris Lopes on bass and a little flute. Parker's sprays warm, fluid guitar lines throughout that really light the thing up. It's really warmly captured by producer John McEntire, too. Tracks include "Like-Coping", "Miriam", "Days Fly By", "Holiday For A Despot", "Omega Sci Fi", "Roundabout" and more. CD

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✨✧ Matt BauderWeary Already Of The Way ... CD
482 Music, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
The first release from an artist who's moved in and out of the busy contemporary Chicago improvised and new music scenes. Recorded at Tortoise's Soma studios and featuring a cast of young improvisors whose names may be familiar from Okka disc and other recent forward looking recordings coming out of here recently, like Rob Mazurek, Fed Londberg-Holm and Jeb Bishop amongst others, this set features 4 longer pieces that combine elements of improvisation, through composed sections and modern electronics into a unique, rich tapestry, simply entitled with their durations: "20:05", "7:58", "8:21" and "16:08". CD

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✨✧ Blue CheerNew! Improved! ... LP
Philips, 1969. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
This Blue Cheer record, their first of two in 1969, has a different lineup on each side–with Bruce Stephens on guitar, tortoise shell, & sandblocks, and Burns Kellogg on piano & organ on the somewhat more bluesy & song-oriented Side 1, while Randy Holden takes over guitar & vocals for the much heavier psych-rock approach on Side 2. Titles include "When It All Gets Old", "I Want My Baby Back", "Aces'N'Eights", "Peace Of Mind", "Honey Buter Lover", and the mind-melting "Fruit & Iceburgs". LP, Vinyl record album
(Black label stereo pressing. Cover has a cutout hole.)
Also available New! Improved! ... CD 18.99

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✨✧ Jeff Parker/Kevin Drumm/Michael ZerangOut Trios Volume 2 ... CD
Atavistic, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
Numero due in Atavistic's Out Trios Series of releases – this one executed by three of the brightest lights in the Chicago underground – guitarist Jeff Parker (Tortoise, Isotope and beyond), electronics kingpin Kevin Drumm, and free jazz mainstay Michael Zerang. Parker is on guitar (although you'll be hard pressed to pick out the pluck in these relentless sound collages) and Korg MS-20, Drumm builds up effects and synth parts, and Zerang pounds drums, autoharp and off-kilter percussion. The feel is definitely out – the complete antithesis of Parker's terrific straight jazz set Like-Coping that came out on Delmark last year. It ain't tuneful, which is precisely the point – and all together a pretty sharp wallop of clamorous cacophony, ramming natural and synthetic sounds for a very compelling listen – way more interesting than so much of the noisy junk that passes for the avant garde coming from lesser-learned practitioners. 4 long tracks: "Lacerate", "Electro", "Onslaught" and "Miss Big Meen". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Ted Sirota's Rebel SoulsRebel Roots ... CD
Naim (UK), 1996. Used ... Out Of Stock
First album from this great little Chicago combo – and one that features a mix of hardbop and freer styles, with the kind of energy that characterizes some of the better work coming out of the current Chitown scene. The group includes guitarist Jeff Parker, also known for his work with Tortoise – and the tracks include versions of Ornette's "WRU", Monk's "Brilliant Corners", and Rollins' "East Broadway Rundown". Original titles include "Mannerisms", "Wait", and "Four Folks". CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Chicago Odense EnsembleChicago Odense Ensemble ... LP
El Paraiso (Denmark), 2019. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
A really unusual album of improvised music from the Chicago scene – one that's got a unique approach that makes it even greater than the sum of its parts! The music began when Danish musicians Jonas Munk and Jakob Skott came to Chicago – and had a chance to work with some of the city's most creative players – a lineup that includes members of both Tortoise and Chicago Underground – Jeff Parker, Rob Mazurek, Mat Lux, Dan Bitney, and Brian Keigher. The players improvised live in the studio, often in rhythmic progressions that feel a lot like the work Parker and Mazurek did together over the years – but then Munk reworked the tapes afterwards, editing and reconstructing – using a similar approach to reworking improvisation as on some of the albums by Makaya McCraven. The result is a very unusual outing – and titles include "Emanuelle", "Soup", "Spine Dots", "Pretty Nice", "Delivery", "Glide Path", "Spirals", and "Parallel Motions". LP, Vinyl record album

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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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✨✧ Robert WyattEnd Of An Ear ... CD
Sony (UK), 1970. Used ... Out Of Stock
Early solo genius from Robert Wyatt – a key set recorded before his tragic career-changing accident – and one that has him playing drums, piano, and organ! There's a bit more Soft Machine here than on the mellower, later Wyatt solo sets – and the record features excellent jazz-based contributions from players that include Mark Charig on cornet and Elton Dean on alto and saxello! Tunes are relatively abstract in parts, with a strong percussive element – almost more like groups that Wyatt influenced heavily in later years – such as This Heat or Tortoise – and the set's a great reminder of the place from which Robert started – a record that already would have been enough, even without all his later contributions to music. Titles include "To Nick Everyone", "To Mark Everywhere", "To Oz Alien Daevyd & Gilly", and "To The Old World". CD

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✨✧ VariousBlack Caribs Of Belize – Garifuna – Ancestral Travellers of the Afro Caribbean ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), 2011. Used ... Out Of Stock
Heavy percussion and amazing sounds throughout – one of the best modern recordings handled by the Soul Jazz label – and one of the most essential, too! All material here was recorded on location in Belize by the London-based company – done with a rootsy brilliance that takes us back to vintage ethnographic recordings, but with sound quality that's way way better – so that you really get all the subtle sounds of the drums and percussion! Instrumentation is incredibly varied – and includes tortoise and conch shells – yet there's a unified groove that makes the larger ensembles come together wonderfully – all with a deeply organic quality that's almost the roots of contemporary grooves you'd hear from folks like Osunlade or Jephte Guillaume! Some numbers have vocals – and performers include Bato Drum Group, Uwarani, Dugu Ensemble, and Gilla & The Wageira Le Drummers. Package features full notes and great photos – all in the usual high Soul Jazz standards! CD

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✨✧ VariousXen Cuts – 10 Years Of Zen ... CD
Ninja Tune, 2000. Used 3 CDs ... 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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✨✧ JazztronikUniversal Language ... LP
Toyoka/Lawson (Japan), 2022. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Jazztronik are sounding really wonderful here – maybe even with more jazz than in the early days, thanks to the increasing piano and keyboard skills of leader Ryota Nozaki! In fact, even the structure of the record is more jazz-based than before – really just a trio lineup, with bass and drums next to Nozaki's keys – at a level that's like some of the more dynamic Japanese trios of the younger generation, but with all the depth that Ryota's been bringing to his music since the 90s – a quality that really sets this one apart from more facile records of the same nature. And if you still dig the groove side of Jazztronik, you'll find plenty to love here – just delivered with more live instrumentation and less samples and programs – on cuts that include "1976", "Don't Miss That Rain", "The Hare & The Tortoise", "Move", "In The Forest", and "Evening Shower". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Wax PoeticsIssue #40 – March/April 2010 ... Magazine
Wax Poetics, 2010. Used ... Out Of Stock
Ohio Players and Smokey Robinson are the twin cover stars this time around – and the inside features a long article on Smokey, and one on Sugarfoot of the Players! But there's also an even wider range of goodies this time around – looks at Joe Cuba, Johnny Lytle, Gene Paul, Tribe Records, Javelin, and even Tortoise – plus the always-great little bits, all those cool features on old records, and even the ads, which always help keep us turned on to something great! Beautiful production, lavish color, and still one of the hippest magazines around. Magazine
 
 
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