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Morton Feldman First Recordings: 1950s
His only work for magnetic tape (in collaboration with John Cage and Earle Brown); his soundtrack for two cellos to a film about Jackson Pollock, with narration by JP; some solo piano; something for Merce Cunningha...



Morton Feldman Crippled Symmetry: At June In Buffalo
Definitive recording by the trio for whom it was written. 'Couldn't be bettered' (The Guardian); 'intensity, luminosity and sense of occasion' (New York Times); 'magic' (The Wire). Beautifully presented, too.



Mountain Home Mountain Home
Coming on like a west coast Espers this duo is aided by Marissa Nadler (singing lead), Margie Weink (Fern Knight) and Espers' Greg Weeks who also produced this for his new Language Of Stone label.



Mountains Mountains
'Infinite sheets of grainy sound build and renew themselves to immensely pleasing effect' (The Wire).





Murcof The Versailles Sessions
Processing recordings of seventeenth-century French Baroque music a genius like Couperin, for example, the cheek of it by an ensemble including harpsichord, viola da gamba and flute, and a mezzo soprano.




Musics In The Margin Musics In The Margin
Outsider artists and musicians, with a fresh European slant the likes of Konstantin Raudive, Andre Robillard and Martha Grunewaldt rubbing shoulders with the more familiar Daniel Johnston and Wesley Willis.






Naytronix Dirty Glow
Warmly experimental, Oakland future-funk by Nate Brenner, from Beep! and tUnE-yArDs.



Fred Neil The Sky Is Falling
The complete live recordings, 1963-1971.
The Rev-Ola CD is pictured (with extras). The vinyl is entitled Other Side Of This Life.