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Lubomyr Melnyk Three Solo Pieces
'Sounds like nothing else... Any fans of minimalism and maverick experimentalism with an immensely attractive sound should check out Melnyk's phenomenal performance of his unique music' (All Music Guide).



Krzysztof Komeda Rosemary's Baby, Original Soundtrack
Right up there with his best work. A haunting mix of jazz, horror and Penderecki — featuring Don Ellis on trumpet. Properly manufactured and well-presented, including a foot-square print of the cover-art-work.



The Walker Brothers Nite Flights
The 1978 LP including four key Scott Walkers — David Bowie's new touchstone, and the inspiration behind Vienna, by Ultravox — often viewed as the fountainhead of synth-pop. The Electrician is the shit.




Francois Tusques La Reine Des Vampires 1967
Barney Wilen, Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark, Bernard Guerin, Eddie Gaumont: free jazz accompaniments to Jean Rollin's experimental horror. Not exactly a soundtrack — these are the original, unedited performances.



The Velvet Underground Scepter Studio Sessions
The legendary in-studio acetate recording, with different mixes to the classic 1967 LP debut, and entirely different takes of Venus In Furs, I'm Waiting For The Man, European Son and Heroin.



Charles Hayward Smell Of Metal
Deadly 1990 outings by the This Heat drummer — grooving, stripped, moody DJ assassinators, fresh as anything — with Versions by Maxmillion Dunbar and JD Twitch, evoking Photek, Premier, Giallo, Belgian acid...





Iasos Inter-Dimensional Music
'l find lasos' inter-dimensional music needing new words to describe it. I feel as though I were entering a new world — a new and very profoundly beautiful world' (Buckminster Fuller). Vinyl from Wild Sages.



The Ecstasy Of Gold 25 Killer Bullets From The Spaghetti West Vol. 3
A landmark series of compilations, this time around presenting Bruno Nicolai, Francesco De Masi, Alessandro Alessandroni and Piero Umiliani, amongst others.



Alwin Nikolais Choreosonic Music Of The New Dance Theatre
Partch collaborator, late-50s NYC. Drums, rattles, bells, gongs, cymbals, blocks… whistles, pipes, bits of wood and tin... glasses, elastic bands, coils, wire… piano… free vocals, clapping, stomping…