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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.



The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground And Nico
Facsimile LP; double-CD with extras, as pictured. Monster box-set due next week.



The Velvet Underground The Velvet Underground And Nico
Remastered with bonuses, (definitively) in tough mono, too; Chelsea Girl; the Scepter Studio version and excerpts from the Factory rehearsals, sounding great; two discs live in 1966, first issue; massive booklet.



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.



Vertical Slant
Demdike Stare and Andy Votel.




Waking Up Scheherazade Vol 2
Rough and terrific sixties and seventies rock shit from North Africa and the Middle East, on beautifully coloured vinyl, attractively sleeved.



Susanna Wallumrod Jeg Vil Hjem Til Menneskene
Rapturous, turbulent, frank settings of the poet Gunvor Hofmo, and themes of human longing, loss and wonderment before evil and beauty. With pals from Supersilent, Motorpsycho, Madrugada, Deathprod.





Watts Little Angel Band New Orleans, Land of A Thousand Dances
Shell-shocked LA kids playing music on junk and scrap-metal instruments, from 1971, blasting a blazing mardi-gras Chris Kenner way up into West Hollywood. Nik Nak Paddy Whack on the flip. Great.



Way Of The Morris
Trunk's new soundtrack label kicks off with Adrian Corker's reflective music for Tim Plester's doc: an evocative mixture of subtle ambience with inventive modern composition, and spoken word and field recordings.



Welsh Rare Beat
Gruff Rhys and Andy Votel dig up an inspired selection of stoned folk and lagered-up garage, proggy jams and funky breaks from seventies Wales.