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Klaus BT Gulf
Outstanding terse, deep soundscapes, intrepidly lost.



Living Music To Allen Ginsberg
Legendary Rome-1971 settings of the beat poet to a mix of acid folk, Tibetan chants, Indian drones, and avant-jazz, featuring trumpeter Cicci Santucci and Gianfranca Montedoro singing.







Damon Song Of A Gypsy
Intensely sought-after, highly-considered, late-60s psych rock homespun, funky, introspective privately pressed in the dark, hazy twilight of flower power. Plus D's back pages, expertly restored.



Moolah Woe Ye Demons Possessed
Burns' and Roberson's apocalyptic, paranormal theatre of improv, noise, psych and avant-prog, run through every electronic effect going. 'A Cosmic Rock Relaxation Creation' from 1974 New York. Atman vinyl.



Los Siquicos Litoralenos Sonido Chipadelico
Bracingly gone-wrong, outsider mix of slo-mo cumbia, space-rock row, shamanistic ranting, knockabout Tropicalia, psych 'n' electronics from Corrientes, rural Argentina. Sun City Girls loves em. Warmly recommended.




The Velvet Underground Live 1969
A knockout Sweet Jane, unmissable Pale Blue Eyes, 8-minute White Light... Reed singing Femme Fatale and one-off arrangements like a mellow Waiting For My Man... LR so solicitous about the tiny Dallas crowd. Fab.



Walter Schuman The Night Of The Hunter
Betty Benson's unforgettable lament (ventriloquising a five-year-old) from the Charles Laughton film. If you haven't seen it, you really must. And Norbert Glanzberg's Witch's theme for organ and guitar.



Lamonte Young And The Theatre Of Eternal Music Raag Bhairava
Recorded in 1960, perhaps with Dennis Johnson. Deeply gone and compelling.




Laraaji Essence/Universe
Reissue of the 1987 Audion. 'Two epic half-hour works: Laraaji at his most immersive and exploratory. Heavenly tone clusters stretch out into infinity, recalling Popul Vuhs soundtracks for Werner Herzog.'