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Finis Africae El Secreto De Las 12
Eighties sides highlighting the organic spirituality of FA. Drones; flutes, hand percussion, guitar, sax, keys; field recordings. A warmed-up Jon Hassell's Fourth World. The opener is a bona fide Balearic classic.



The First Rock And Roll Record
The evolution of rock 'n roll music intoxicating tasters of blues, jazz, swing, RnB, Gospel, bluegrass barrelhouse boogie woogie and western swing... anything rocking. Five stars from The Guardian.




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




Henry Flynt New American Ethnic Music Volume 4: Ascent To The Sun
Sparkling hillbilly raga in many moods, with double-violin. Deeply accessible and experimental both, from 1974.



Henry Flynt Glissando No. 1
The title track is Flynt's 'amazing response to C. C. Hennix's The Electric Harpsichord... a truly hallucinogenic music, beyond minimalism or trance music'; the other a beautiful collaboration between them both.



Brigitte Fontaine Brigitte Fontaine Est... Folle
Smart, exuberant, deftly experimental French pop, crossing chanson and the nouvelle vague, with brilliant arrangements by Jean Claude Vannier.



Forge Your Own Chains Heavy Psychedelic Ballads And Dirges, 1968-74
From the US, Colombia, Nigeria, Sweden, South Korea, Thailand and Iran.



Kim Fowley One Man's Garbage
Lost Treasures From The Vaults, 1959-69, Volume One. Rough and ready doowop, surf, twanging guitar, rock 'n roll, novelty some of it pretty gone.



Kim Fowley Another Man's Gold
Lost Treasures From The Vaults, 1959-69, Volume Two.




Kim Fowley King Of The Creeps
Lost Treasures From The Vaults, 1959-69, Volume Three.



Kim Fowley Love Is Alive And Well
His first LP, from 1967, outrageously trying Hippiedom on for size, and dealing up garage-punk classics like Reincarnation and Flower City.