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A Hawk And A Hacksaw The Way The Wind Blows
Partly recorded in a remote Moldovan village with members of Fanfare Ciocarlia (and polished off in Albuquerque with a little help from a nineteen-year-old, pre-Beirut Zach Condon).



Hayvanlar Alemi Guarana Superpower
New recordings invoking the grand traditions of Turkish psych with passionate recastings of tripped-out surf, Cambodian rock, Saharan guitar, electric Thai; even a little Sun City Girls post-punk.



Hayvanlar Alemi Yekermo Sew
A shocking-rocking Mulatu version, and some improv. Limited, to go with the tour.



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...



Christer Hennix The Electric Harpsichord
Deeply impressive, powerful minimalism from 1976. Glenn Branca — 'killer... unbelievable.' LaMonte Young — extraordinary mastery of the interrelationship between Eastern and Western thought.'



Henry Mancini Touch Of Evil OST
Henry Mancini's fabulously evocative Latin-flavoured soundtrack to the classic Orson Welles film.






Pierre Henry Le Voyage
His 1962 electronic masterpiece based on the Tibetan Book Of The Dead, mapping the passage of the soul from death to reincarnation.



Pierre Henry Malefices
Melodic, fragile, enchanting music for the trippy Juliette Greco film, plus rare bits and bobs. 'Layered, looped vocals, gossamer female voices, plucked strings, white noise wind, brooding treated piano.'





High Wolf Atlas Nation
'Fervid streams of fever-dreamy drones', after the guitarist's long trip to Nepal and India. 'Think of Atlas Nation as a surreal aural travelogue that takes a giant step beyond Jon Hassell’s Fourth World music.'