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Turkish Freakout! 2
'Psych-Folk Singles, 1969-80.'



Allen Ginsberg Songs Of Innocence And Experience
Accompanying himself on piano and harmonium, with support from Don Cherry and Bob Dorough amongst others, in twenty-one song settings with words from Blake's Songs Of Innocence And Experience.



Les Rallizes Denudes Cable Hogue
Compiled by singer Takashi Mizutani from the original tapes he used for the Rallizes video released in 1992.




Bush Tetras Too Many Creeps
Classic feminist post-punk no-wave, originally released by 99 Records in 1982.



Ahmad Zahir Hip 70s Afghan Beats
Terrific selection of folk and pop hits geared to the psychedelic, funky and hypnotic: his superstar voice set to electric guitar — great wah wah — sitar and tabla, organ, flutes, bass... and wildly reverbed drums.




Brazilian Nuggets Volume 1
Deep digging — unhinged Brazilian garage rock from the 1960s and early 70s. Not exactly household names, bands like The Blobs and The Rolling Fevers .



Dub Taylor Lumiere
Classic concrete, from 1972 — truly outstanding — mixing live three years' worth of samples on multiple reel-to-reels, together with the new-out ARP 2600.




AKA Hard Beat
Apotik Kali Asin — heavy psychedelic and progressive funk rock from Surabaya, East Java, mixing together Hendrix, James Brown, Steppenwolf and Grand Funk Railroad.


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Takehisa Kosugi Catch Wave
'All-time kosmiche drone classic, its stratospheric violin and wha-mouthed explorations are guaranteed to make moonwalkers out of fans of Tony Conrad’s Outside The Dream Syndicate...'



Les Rallizes Denudes Great White Wonder
Live recordings, one hour each from 1974, 1975, 1977 and 1980.



Monks Black Monk Time
Awe-inspiring, vehement, blistering proto-punk by GIs stationed in Germany, in the mid-1960s. Straightaway you can hear The Fall, who covered Monk Time. Luxurious compilation of the original LP with extras.



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