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Fred Neil The Sky Is Falling
The complete live recordings, 1963-1971.
The Rev-Ola CD is pictured (with extras). The vinyl is entitled Other Side Of This Life.



Fred Neil Sessions
Warm, comfy and loose unashamedly inchoate for Capitol in 1967.
Nice Percy Mayfield cover.





Toody, The Western Front
Three 1985 sevens, twixt Range Rats and Dead Moon: Fred Cole and co are the Western Front shit-kicking country with a sensitive side with the same band backing Toody Cole.



Rohan Kriwaczek The Art Of Funerary Violin
Master-works by the likes of Meunier, Gratchenfleiss, Addleston, Sudbury and Duibuisson, running back to George Babcotte's monumental Dirge for the funeral of Sir Philip Sydney.



Carl Orff And Gunild Keetman Music For Children
1950s children's recordings: glockenspiels, wine-glasses, cello, bells, cymbals; stamping, clapping, percussion. Nursery rhymes turned sound-exercises and roundels. Captivating, darkly nostalgic, beautiful.



Pierre Henry Le Voyage
His 1962 electronic masterpiece based on the Tibetan Book Of The Dead, mapping the passage of the soul from death to reincarnation.





Iasos Celestial Soul Portrait
1970s bottlings of the 'crystal giggling energy' of muse Vista, through a pioneering mix of one-stop synths, tape reversal, feedback and so on. Supposedly the kind of thing you hear during a near-death experience.



R. Stevie Moore Clack!
His first professional studio session in a cupboard set up to do jingles produced many of his most famous sides and definitive versions. Stuff like Part Of The Problem, Bloody Knuckles, Teen Routines.