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stu666 11.10.2009 06:58 PM

thankyou Genteel Death

andrei 11.11.2009 01:49 AM

Various Artists - Seeing For Miles
12 amazing new psych-rock classics
Uncut magazine, October 2009

Tracks
01. Arbouretum - Another Hiding Place (5:19)
02. Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound - Kolob Canyon (5:55)
03. Sleepy Sun - New Age (7:22)
04. Deradoorian - Moon (6:05)
05. Ganglians - The Void (4:32)
06. White Denim - Mirrored And Reverse (3:56)
07. Wooden Shjips - Down By The Sea (10:53)
08. Sun Araw - Heavy Deeds (9:55)
09. Sir Richard Bishop - Barbary (2:21)
10. Six Organs Of Admittance - Actaeon's Fall (4:18)
11. Theo Angell - Wakeling (3:04)
12. Mountains - Map Table (5:38)


http://rapidshare.com/files/29152577...-SFM.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/29153183...-SFM.part2.rar

Password: su1414

stu666 11.11.2009 02:15 AM

cheers andrei

pokkeherrie 11.13.2009 09:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Genteel Death
Six Organs Of Admittance / Azul



 


Limited to 800 copies Japan-only split LP between Ben Chasny’s Six Organs Of Admittance and Japanese underground group Azul, on the sainted PSF imprint. One massively extended devotional psych track from Chasny that segues from an almost Popol Vuh-style build-up into a dark downer ballad, easily one of his most ambitious creations in years. (And is that a burst of the fuzz guitar from The Open Mind’s “Magic Potion” near the end there?). Flip features five tracks from Azul who play a gorgeous form of acid folk that factors elements of South American psych styles ala Traffic Sound and Satwa into the mix, using hand-drums, F/X, massed vocals, violin, steel guitar, tambura, flute and kazoo. Beautiful full colour sleeves with obi strip. Very limited and like all the rare PSF vinyl editions, sure to be a monster in years to come. volcanic tongue

download



I bought that from a local shop the other day, mainly because I was amazed they'd actually have a PSF record. Usually I only check on the second hand DVDs there because of the piles and piles of shit in the music section.

Six Organs side is very good, Azul side is alright.

chriskennedy82 11.14.2009 10:28 PM

Hi.

Can I'm new on here. Can I make a request for the ":20 minute workout - the original music" album

Thank you so much in advance,
Chris

Genteel Death 11.29.2009 08:32 AM

Kluster & Friends 1969-1973 - 6xLP Boxset



 

Kluster and Friends - 1969-1973

6xLP Boxset
Qbico Records (Italy 2009)

Wow, a seriously amazing unearthed holy grail of early germany experimental proto-industrial/noise...


6 Lps of early Kluster shows pre and post Rodelius and Mobius. Conrad Schnitzler unearthed all these live recordings as a gift to Qbico Records for their supposed final release by the label. And what a gift it is!


As far as we know many online sellers have some copies still available. I seriously recommend if you love Kluster to pick this before its gone and selling on ebay for much more than the retail price.


All the Lp's in the box are in Black Sleeves with no information on the Black Labels. I've titled the Lp's by the unique name on the hub of each Lp. (ASA, Beta, CVS, DAV, EX, & Fungi!)


The audio fidelity of these live recordings is really incredible. Especially when you consider what time period these shows where recorded!






http://fm-shades.blogspot.com/

Tokolosh 12.01.2009 11:09 AM


 

Ashtray Navigations - Tapwater Locomotive 3" EP

Ashtray Navigations was Phil Todd's solo project, now a group effort. Mr. Todd was the head of the now defunct Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers label. He now runs Memoirs Of An Aesthete.


This release was limited to 30 pieces.

Link: http://rapidshare.com/files/30102252...CKN.5CK.PK.rar

stu666 12.01.2009 11:13 AM

^ thanks!

Florya 12.01.2009 11:47 AM

I'm trying to find a physical copy of 'Der Mann mit das Kamera' by Werner Cee.
If anyone spots one could you PM me?
Thanks

Genteel Death 12.06.2009 11:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tokolosh

 

Ashtray Navigations - Tapwater Locomotive 3" EP

Ashtray Navigations was Phil Todd's solo project, now a group effort. Mr. Todd was the head of the now defunct Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers label. He now runs Memoirs Of An Aesthete.


This release was limited to 30 pieces.

Link: http://rapidshare.com/files/30102252...CKN.5CK.PK.rar

Thank you.

A Thousand Threads 12.16.2009 05:42 AM

This has been floating around the internet for a while. Anyways,
just recently discovered it. It's great

Nasmak Plus Instruments/Instruments Plus Nasmak (LP, Plurex, 1980)



 

One of those albums I sadly missed when it came out, although I had other stuff by Nasmak in those days, like the earlier posted '4Our Clicks'. Nasmak started as Nasmaak, a band with lots of dressing up, and with a leading role for Truus de Groot. But sheer experimentation took over when they release Nasmak Plus Instruments, their first LP. The a-side shows them in conventional line up, whereas the b-side is more about Truus and her crackle box. She will soon leave the group to work with Plus Instruments (their two albums can be found on other blogs). I just got a solo tape from her, which I'll post next week. This LP was John Peel's favorite continental record back then, and Nasmak was the first Dutch band to do a Peel Session.

download

Elder. 12.16.2009 12:31 PM

 


Get out the lava lamp, love beads and granny glasses!

This classic 1967 album was recorded in NYC at the height of the Flower Power Movement. It features David Dalton and Victoria Sackville on vocals and many other musicians of the day in a free-for-all bun.

Recorded during the height of the Flower Power Movement, classic 1967 free form album that features lots of sitars, chimes, harpsichord and other far out sounds.

Even includes notes on how to spice up your parties using TV's, kaleidoscopes, and other "natural things"

Crazed and hilarious acid exploitation album that goes far out enough to become genuinely psychy, like a second tier Deep.

One part is cheesy garage psych including the classic "Play your game", the other is 'meditation' featuring strange fairytales, Hare Krishna chanting, and more.

The short spoken segment on Pebbles vol 3 that's puzzled many comes from this album. A Canadian mono release exists (review by Andersson Christer - amazon.com)

http://lix.in/-5f7f3d
password: xara

Derek 12.22.2009 03:10 PM

 


hallelujahs - niku wo kuraite chikai wo tateyo
http://www.mediafire.com/?5timtgmeggt

Brilliant 80s Japanese psych. Hugely recommended.

Genteel Death 12.26.2009 07:09 PM

RIDE: 'Like a Snowflake' MP3
Kudos to Tsuru for tracking this down for me. This 1991 Christmas single "Like a Snowflake" is probably one of the most sought after RIDE singles in existence. It was originally released as a 7" single at a hometown gig and, much later, could be seen floating around record swaps at an overpriced amount. Listening to it now it sounds somewhat dated and flat -- at least it does vocally -- compared to its amazing template "Like a Daydream". That track certainly holds up. Regardless, it's nice to have this version.

|||RIDE: "Like a Snowflake" MP3|||
It can be found on www.surfingonsteam.blogspot.com

infinitemusic 01.09.2010 09:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elder.
 


Get out the lava lamp, love beads and granny glasses!

This classic 1967 album was recorded in NYC at the height of the Flower Power Movement. It features David Dalton and Victoria Sackville on vocals and many other musicians of the day in a free-for-all bun.

Recorded during the height of the Flower Power Movement, classic 1967 free form album that features lots of sitars, chimes, harpsichord and other far out sounds.

Even includes notes on how to spice up your parties using TV's, kaleidoscopes, and other "natural things"
Crazed and hilarious acid exploitation album that goes far out enough to become genuinely psychy, like a second tier Deep.

One part is cheesy garage psych including the classic "Play your game", the other is 'meditation' featuring strange fairytales, Hare Krishna chanting, and more.

The short spoken segment on Pebbles vol 3 that's puzzled many comes from this album. A Canadian mono release exists (review by Andersson Christer - amazon.com)

http://lix.in/-5f7f3d
password: xara


I'm really interested in this, but it's been taken down.

Glice 01.09.2010 09:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by infinitemusic
I'm really interested in this, but it's been taken down.


E-mail the blogger. Ask him (and it probably is a 'him') to re-up it. They're usually quite decent chaps (unlike the cunts on here).

Glice 01.09.2010 09:34 PM

Oh, hang on, I may be too drunk to be on the internet. Bollocks.

andrei 01.18.2010 03:19 AM

thanks much for this HBJ!

StevOK 02.05.2010 10:42 AM

You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Bytor Peltor again.

Thank you for this. I can't wait to hear it.

Torn Curtain 03.06.2010 05:02 PM

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band - Bat Chain Puller (Original Version)

01 Bat Chain Puller
02 Seam Crooked Sam
03 Harry Irene
04 Poop Hatch
05 Flavor Bud Living
06 Brickbats
07 Floppy Boot Stomp
08 A Carrot Is As Close As A Rabbit Gets To A Diamond
09 Owed T'Alex
10 Odd Jobs
11 The 1010th Day Of The Human Totem Pole
12 Apes-ma

Info and download

Direct download link


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