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Jane Birkin, Serge Gainsbourg Jane Birkin, Serge Gainsbourg
From 1969, with Je T'Aime, beautifully re-presented by LITA, with a Jane Birkin interview, lyric translations and saucy snaps. The CD has an extra; and the 180g vinyl comes with a seven, and a David Lasky comic.



Sir Richard Bishop Graviton Polarity Generator
Instrumentals on electric guitar and organ. Tiny pressing from last year.





Brazilian Nuggets Volume 1
Deep digging unhinged Brazilian garage rock from the 1960s and early 70s. Not exactly household names, bands like The Blobs and The Rolling Fevers .



Bruner Songs For A Friend
The affective, desperate voice of Linda Bruner, starkers in these Pisces outtakes, desolate and gripping.




Tim Buckley Blue Afternoon
Sublime Buckley from 1969 mellow and jazzy folk-rock, melancholic but charged and entrancing, with timeless songs like I Must Have Been Blind and Happy Time.



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.


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Bunalim
Means 'Depression'. A compilation of the early-seventies singles of the bad boys of Anatolian rock, managed and produced by Cem Karaca. Peter Piper says 'Turkish-folk-flavoured psychedelic-fuzz-rock'.



Bush Tetras Too Many Creeps
Classic feminist post-punk no-wave, originally released by 99 Records in 1982.



C'Est Chic! French Girl Singers Of The 1960s
Great-fun, expertly-assembled, well-presented collection of ye-ye girl pop, featuring Francoise Hardy (of course) alongside BB, Anna Karina (from the Godard films) and co. An LP now, too.