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Cluster 71
Moebius and Roedelius post-Kluster (with the departure of Conrad Schnitzler): deeply impressive, a massive but minimalist 'cosmische' landmark.



Cluster Sowiesoso
Blissed out crossings of their refined electronica with synths, piano and guitar, from 1976.



Eno, Moebius, Roedelius After The Heat
With Eno more the guiding hand for this second collaboration with Cluster. Open, airy, ambient, unhurried. Originally released in 1978, but still fresh (except for Eno's singing). CD from Water.



Faust So Far
Strong Velvets flavour to this classic second Faust surprisingly grooving at times, too, in amongst the blurry rock, noise, riffing horns, jazz drumming, stoner chants and wry pop nonsense.




Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello
From 1967, his best commercial success in his lifetime a potent mix of baroque pop and yearning, questing folk. And boy, could he sing! Several all-time highlights here.





Aretha Franklin Spirit In The Dark
1970 classic with five self-penned songs, and covers of Dr John, BB King, Jimmy Reed and Carole King. Backing by The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, Jim Dickinson, Duane Allman.



The Velvet Underground Another View  A Collection Of Unreleased Recordings
The second official collection of rarities; and once again completely essential.



Tim Buckley Lorca
At his furthest out, in 1969.



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