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Marcel Duchamp The Creative Act
Rare recordings, music and interviews.



Fifty Foot Hose Cauldron
Pioneering psych-meets-electronics nut-out to put alongside your United States Of America, Silver Apples and Lothar albums. Theremins, oscillators, darkness and the unhinged Red The Sign Post. First class repress...




Cat Power Jukebox
A second set of covers; another essential album. Backing by the likes of Jim White (The Dirty Three), Judah Bauer (Blues Explosion) and Spooner Oldham; songs by such as Dylan, Joni, James and herself.



Annea Lockwood Early Works 1967-82
Her forget-it-rare 1970 Tangent LP sound miniatures created from close-mic'd and manipulated sound sources, plus the trippy Tiger Balm' and stuff. A must for Alga Marghen, Pauline Oliveros, David Tudor fans.



Jim Fassett Symphony Of The Birds
The 1950s LP, a collage made solely with natural birdsongs plus regular-speed and time-stretched field recordings, and explanations from the man himself. Mesmerisingly beautiful and daft as a brush.



Barton Smith Reelizations One And Two: The Sound Of Barton Smith
Two great Folkways LPs from 1980 and '82. Minimal electronics think Alvin Lucier, Alvin Curran, David Tudor spiritual and exotic both, intercut with gentle guitar pieces. Altogether unique and lovely.



Richard Lerman Music of Richard Lerman 1964-1987
On Folkways in 1983, Travelon Gamelon married a kind of gamelan, Fluxus, and banging and clanking. Fans of Angus MacLise, Gamelan Son of Lion, David Berhman, MEV, Tirath Singh Nirmala etc will lap it up.



Noah Creshevsky The Tape Music Of Noah Creshevsky 1971-1992
A bracing brace of experiments. The opening track could be Coldcut or Negativland nutting out; the rest are more restrained and abstract. The voice of John Cage turns up, to fine effect.




Flower Travellin' Band Satori
Proper gatefold-sleeve heavy-vinyl repress for this legendary slab of Japanese psych, prog and groove magic.



Mountain Home Mountain Home
Coming on like a west coast Espers this duo is aided by Marissa Nadler (singing lead), Margie Weink (Fern Knight) and Espers' Greg Weeks who also produced this for his new Language Of Stone label.




Les Rallizes Denudes Yodo-Go-A-Go-Go
Aka Flightless Bird Needs Water Wings, a greatest hits 1967-82 by the most legendary of Japanese underground rock groups. Buckling and distorted as a rule; demented and dazed, freaked-out and lyrical by turns.