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Tim Love LeeAgainst Nature – Electronic Tone-scapes Featuring Members Of The New York Aquarian Men's Drum Workshop ... CD
Tummy Touch (UK), 2005. Used ... $3.99
One of the coolest records we've ever heard from Tim Love Lee – and one of the most experimental too! The album's exactly as promised on the title – a set of electronic tonescapes, done with a spare, rhythmic quality that's really compelling – almost like work from the classic Test Card EP by Young Marble Giants, but a bit more sharp-edged and dark-toned overall! There's a great vintage analogue quality to these tracks – and the music lies somewhere in a space between late 60s avant-classical experiments and some of the indie electronics of the British scene in the early 80s post-punk years. Titles include "Spoonfulls Of Physic", "Rejoice Beyond The Bounds Of Time", "The Tortoise", "The World May Shudder At My Joy", "The Mouth Organ", "Ancient Hope", "Amide The Universal Dissolution", "Miss Urania", and "Crickets Sing At The Chateau De Lourps". CD

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✨✧ Tim Love LeeConfessions Of A Selector ... CD
Tummy Touch, 1997. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Alan MoorhouseKPM 1000 – Big Beat Vol 2 (180 gram pressing) ... LP
KPM/Tummy Touch (UK), 1970. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
The big beat here is plenty darn funky – but in some really weird and wonderful ways too – thanks to the genius talents of the mighty Alan Moorehouse, the legendary British maestro featured on this rare sound library album for KPM! Moorehouse is even more compelling than some of his funky contemporaries on the sound library scene – because he's not only got a great way of cooking up a short, simple, soulful groove – but he also puts the instruments together in really unusual ways, often to create sounds that veer past their simple origins, to make the grooves sound even greater! This album's a sound library masterpiece all the way through – the kind of set that makes you realize why this under-exposed genre of music is regarded so highly by modern beatheads – thanks to Moorehouse's use of organ, keyboards, funky drums, and a fair bit of acoustic guitar – quite unusual for a KPM set, but all the more compelling. Titles inlcude "Boss Man", "Soul Skimmer", "Pop Pastime", "That's Nice", "West Coastin", "Angelic Gas", "Expo In Tokyo", "Rock It Again", "Rockin Boogie", and "Pop Mandolin". LP, Vinyl record album

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