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Sir Richard Bishop Graviton Polarity Generator
Instrumentals on electric guitar and organ. Tiny pressing from last year.

Terry Riley Poppy Nogood And The Phantom Band, All Night Flight
Steeply entrancing, shimmering drones drawn from a six-hour, all-night concert in 1968, performed on organ, saxophone and echo-machine.

Terry Riley Reed Streams
Intensely hypnotic, cornerstone minimalism from 1966: four and eight-note organ patterns; four, eight and twelve-note sax loops via tape recorders. Plus a funked-up In C by Walter Boudreau's L'Infonie big-band.

Julia Holter Tragedy
A song-cycle based on the ancient Greek play Hippolytus. First time on CD, without the excisions and omissions of the LP.

Don Preston Filters, Oscillators And Envelopes, 1967-82
The electronic compositions of this key member of the classic Mothers Of Invention lineup. 'That's impossible,' said Robert Moog, when someone played him Waka Jawaka. 'You can't do that on a Moog.'

Art Zoyd Symphonie Pour Le Jour Ou Bruleront Les Cites
Brilliant, original, cut-and-thrust Belgian prog from 1976 (with a nod to Magma) dark and mysterious, apocalyptic and burlesque by turns; violin, cello, piano, and trumpet besides guitar, bass, and percussion.

Edouard-Leon Scott De Martinville Au Clair De La Lune
The earliest intelligible recording of the human voice: twenty seconds of Au Clair De La Lune, from 1860, seventeen years before Thomas Edison invented the phonograph. With an etched flip, notes and diagrams.

The Slits In The Beginning
Live with classics like Newtown, Shoplifting, Number One Enemy (with Nina Hagen as guest vocalist) and In The Beginning (with young Neneh Cherry); and a great version of I Heard It Through The Grapevine.

Serge Gainsbourg Histoire De Melody Nelson
The LP is a tasty LITA reissue; the CD adds complete alternative takes (including two versions of an unreleased song), a 5.1 original- album mix, and a forty-minute, subtitled documentary.

Link Wray and The Wraymen
The first three Epic sevens and a bunch of other instrumentals, switching on a light for punk rock back in 1959. With Rumble, from Pulp Fiction.