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Tangerine Dream Run To Vegas
Rare Virgin-era clobber, with two sides of psych-rock throwback from 1967. A CD is thrown in.



Tristram Cary It's Time For Tristram Cary
Celebrating the pioneering inspiration who scored The Ladykillers and Quatermass And The Pit, and the first Dr Who series featuring Daleks. Experimental electronica for film, TV, exhibition, sculpture.





Sam Spence Sam Spence Sounds
Synth japes from the Krautrock milieu, with an eye on commerce. Spence was born in San Francisco in 1927. He studied under Poulenc in Paris. By the late sixties he was in Germany with one of its first Moogs.




Kleenex Live Recordings, TV-Clips, and Roadmovie
Raincoats' spars Kleenex live in 1979, and Liliput live in 1983, twenty four songs; also Roadmovie, about their 1982 European tour, and some Swiss TV appearances.




Black Girl
Blaxploitation soundtrack from the team behind Fritz The Cat, with Betty Everett, Walter Hawkins and Sonny Stitt, and some tough organ funk led by Merl Saunders.



Phantom Band
The album debut of the band formed by Jaki Liebezeit after Can, featuring his fabulous polyrhythmic drumming in a more reggaefied setting. Mixed by Connie Plank, with guest spots by Holger Czukay.



Phantom Band Freedom Of Speech
The second album of Liebezeit's post-Can set-up darker, more iconoclastic and out-rock this time, without a bass player, and featuring the laconic spoken-word of Sheldon Ancel.