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Destroy That Boy! More Girls With Guitars
Sparky, attitudinous girl garage from Europe and the US.



Lee Hazlewood Movin' On
Straight country and lounge gloop including new versions of songs tried elsewhere, like Randy Newman's Let's Burn Down The Cornfield, and his own LA Lady and Come On Home To Me.



Taj Mahal Travellers Live Stockholm, July 1971
One two-hour-long improvisation. Julian Cope reckons it's their best record.



Baris Manco Dunden Bugune
His LP debut from 1971, collecting singles and other stuff from the previous few years. Landmark Turkish psych rock, including classics like Derule and Daglar, and the brutal sample-prone wah wah of Kucuk.






Edip Akbayram Edip Akbayram
'The best psych from his first two albums and many singles... full of fuzz guitar, electric sax and great percussion. His dark voice makes you shiver and you feel like dancing right away.'




Loren Connors And Jim O'Rourke Two Nice Catholic Boys
'Slow motion ghost blues across three extended pieces that evolve from the elder's Martian style to the thundering, feedback splattered lead grooves of that whippersnapper... ferocious, epic, and an utter beauty.'




LSD March Under Milk Wood
In a way ghostly and restrained 'it isn't until midway through the record that the heavy riffage begins to slowly become buried beneath the white blizzard blanket that is the remainder of the album.'



Titan It's All Pop!
Wants-list power-pop, apparently, from Kansas City, thirty years ago, luxuriously revived.