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Altz Escape: The Reconstruction Of Isophonic Boogie Woogie
Respectful treatments of the lovely Roland P. Young album, thank goodness layering, extending, underlining with fine drumming from a Boredom, Muneomi Senju.



Bharat Karki And Party International Music
A 1978, private-press outpouring of nuts Indian psych funk. Rock, Latin and Arabic styles take turns with the drugs amidst Hindu chanting, Moog, screaming, Indian percussion, flutes, and electric guitars.




John Cage John Cage Shock 1
Three CDs and an LP-overview memorializing seven 1962 concerts by Cage and David Tudor in Japan, with several eminent Japanese musicians. The music is released here for the first time.



John Cage John Cage Shock 2
In which David Tudor virtuosically attacks a Stockhausen; and Tudor, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Kenji Kobayashi and Yoko Ono expertly detonate a Cage.



John Cage John Cage Shock 3
Kicking off with Cage's 0'00, amplifying into abstraction activities like writing and drinking coffee; and contrasting a lovely, sparse von Biel piano duet with a raucous Toshi Ichiyanagi for pianos, tape, traffic ...



Nicholas Collins Devil's Music
His seminal masterpiece from 1986, chopping and whipping NYC airwaves into a turntablist proto-techno inferno. The CD comes with live footage, and software, so you can scratch up your own body-popping hell.



Domingo Cura Tiempo De Percusion: An Anthology, 1971-77
From four solo albums by the Argentinian percussionist, master of the traditional Bomba drum: dj-tool workouts to piano-dappled rhythm fantasias, Afro-Latin sax grooves to roots. Check the opener.



David Weiss Virtuoso Saw
The saw maestro hooks up with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for unique interpretations of Lennon and McCartney, Bizet, Ravel, Satie, Bach, The Muppets and more.




Farm The Innermost Limits Of Pure Fun
Jazzy, trippy soundtrack of the 1968 American surf movie.



Finis Africae A Last Discovery
Juan Alberto Arteche Guel's organic, minimal, post-Franco funk. Extrovert amalgamations of folk traditions from all over the world, especially African, recorded between 1984 and 2001.



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.




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