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This Road - Poldoore / Rudeboy - Emapea (2017)

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Cosmic Funk (1974) / Reflections Of A Golden Dream (1976) - Lonnie Liston Smith & The Cosmic Echoes

Cosmic Funk (1974)

1. Cosmic Funk 0:00
2. Footprints 5:34
3. Beautiful Woman 11:38
4. Sais (Egypt) 18:30
5. Peaceful Ones 26:39
6. Naima 31:38

Reflections Of A Golden Dream (1976)

7. Get Down Everybody (It's Time For World Peace) 35:35
8. Quiet Dawn 39:59
9. Sunbeams 43:30
10. Meditations 47:23
11. Peace & Love 51:45
12. Beautiful Woman 54:24
13. Goddess Of Love 1:00:29
14. Inner Beauty 1:04:52
15. Golden Dreams 1:07:07
16. Journey Into Space 1:11:56
17. Astral Traveling 1:14:58
18. Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord 1:19:58
19. Mani (Faith) 1:26:18

Astral Traveling - Lonnie Liston Smith & the Cosmic Echoes (1973)


1 - 00:00 - Astral Traveling
2 - 05:32 - Let Us Go into the House of the Lord
3 - 11:54 - Rejuvenation
4 - 17:28 - I Mani (Faith)
5 - 23:41 - In Search of Truth
6 - 30:58 - Aspirations

1973 Flying Dutchman. Records inc.
Made in U.S.A/ (LP, Album, Gat); 
Release Date: Feb 14, 1973;
Artist: Lonnie Liston Smith.

The Cinematic Orchestra - Every Day (2002)

All That You Give 6:40
Burn Out 9:30
Flite 6:30
Evolution 6:30
Man With The Movie Camera 9:15
All Things To All Men 11:10
Everyday 10:00

Ninja Tune

M E L L O W (2016)

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01: Day After Tomorrow (AMX Remix) – Arovane and Hior Chronik
02: Tuyo – Rodrigo Amarante (Narcos Theme Song)
03: Amigos (45 Edit) – WIcked Lester
04: Escape Hatch – Seahawks
05: Arc Of Lark – Simon Peter
06: Maja – Cantoma
07: Alive – Cantoma Featuring Bing Ji Ling
08: Through Your Hands Love Can Shine – Giorgio Tuma With Laetitia Sadier
09: Adella – UB40
10: The Sun The Moon Our Souls (Electric Voices mix) – Mental Remedy
11: Soaring Beyond – Badmarsh & Shri
12: Sometimes – Goldmund
13: Abraham’s Theme – Sacha Puttnam
14: Marisi – Cantoma
15: Time Featuring Grayze Ones – Senor M
16: Midnight Part 2 – Horsebeach
17: Food For Thought – UB40
18: Space Oddity (Mind Control To Make You Dumb) – LSK
19: 12 Bar – UB40
20: King – UB40
21: Disclosures (Coyote Uber Remix) – Glass Coffee
22: Chiiko – Faze Action Featuring Zeke Manyika
23: Only People – Cantoma
24: Mr. White – Khruangbin
25: Mexican Margarita – Jacob Gurevitsch
26: Pandajero – Cantoma
27: In The Good Life – Eugene Tambourine Featuring Yevhen Varela
28: Embrace – Helios
29: Viusu – Cantoma
30: Tabarin – Cantoma
31: Claudio’s Theme – Cantoma
32: Lemon Lucy (Lemon Jelly ft. Elton John – SAT Reboot) – DJ Earworm
33: Sun King (Facu Cruz Remix) – The Beatles
34: Life Story – Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm
35: Ballade (Brother Soundtrack) – Joe Hisaishi
36: Hangin On A String (Lexx Reconstruction) – Bing Ji Ling
37: Ruparahi – Parijat
38: Nether – Smith & Mudd
39: Brunch With Suki – Mark Barrott
40: Seaside Tune – A Vision Of Panorama
41: Alrick – Smith & Mudd
42: Mother Nature – Mental Remedy
43: Brasil – Dream Lovers
44: Gorthleck Part 1 – Smith & Mudd

S U M M E R 2 0 1 6

The Other People Place - Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe (2001)

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01 Eye Contact

02 It's Your Love

03 Moonlight Rendezvous

04 You Said You Want Me

05 Let Me Be Me

06 Running From Love

07 Lifestyles Of The Casual

08 Sunrays

WARP 2001
"Last year, someone set up an online petition calling for Warp to re-release The Other People Place's brilliant Lifestyles Of The Laptop Cafe album on wax. Happily, Warp has responded to the strength of feeling from electronica fans - most of whom bristled at the high online prices for second hand copies - and re-pressed it. Drexciya man James Stinson's 2001 solo set remains a timeless electronic classic; a perfectly pitched and immaculately produced fusion of downtempo electro rhythms, spacey electronics and twinkling synthesizer melodies."

Haunted by Waters - Like the Dust (1995)

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X Dot 25 Productions

1. Haunted by Waters - Coming of Lugh 6:31
2. Haunted by Waters - Winds of Love 5:54
3. Haunted by Waters - Hideaway 6:01
4. Haunted by Waters - Like the Dust 6:19
5. Haunted by Waters - Shasta the Wanderer 7:06
6. Haunted by Waters - Drowning in the Waters 7:04
7. Haunted by Waters - M'Bayata 4:17
8. Haunted by Waters - Jalne Jalne 7:01
9. Haunted by Waters - Impassioné 6:03
10. Haunted by Waters - Pray 6:55
11. Haunted by Waters - Pray 4:28
12. Haunted by Waters - Camille 5:30
The single album from Haunted By Waters, who broke up shortly after its release, Like the Dust was a splendid cross-fertilization that boded well for future efforts. McWhir and Hannibal moved on to start Samsara, which continued some of the ideas originally tested on Like the Dust. However, Haunted By Waters had a particular and peculiar neopagan atmosphere that has a superficial similarity to Dead Can Dance, with vocals influenced both by Middle-Eastern styles and traditional Celtic music; this was layered over a heady mixture of fluid, flexible percussion (based in San Francisco, the band boasted multiple connections to Mickey Hart), sinuous bass, and smart touches of jazz that hint at Rippingtons territory, but firmly skirt around it. Above all else, Like the Dust is a beautiful, sexy album, something to be experienced by dancing as much as by listening. It truly is a shame that this was the end of the line. ~ Steven E. McDonald


Arranger: Haunted by Waters
Conch Shell: Gerry Basserman
Guitar (Classical): David Hannibal
Bongos: Rhan Wilson
Flute: Stephen Schultz
Production Assistant: Aldoush Alpanian
Programming: David Hannibal
Keyboards: David Hannibal
Guitar (12 String Acoustic): Gerry Basserman
Executive Producer: Ebrahim Ahmadi
Executive Producer: Mehdi Ahmadi
Guitar: David Hannibal
Bass: Greg Stone
Baroque Flute: Stephen Schultz
Mixing: Stephen Hart
Dumbek: Tina Blaine-Bean
Keyboards: Gerry Basserman
Programming: Gerry Basserman
Vocals: Gerry Basserman
Cello: Shell
Tin Whistle: Cait McWhir
Finger Cymbals: Cait McWhir
Vocals: Cait McWhir
Tabla: Rhan Wilson
Engineer: Gerry Basserman
Drums: Gerry Basserman
Computer Graphics: Jayce Farahmand
Bodhran: Cait McWhir
Drums: Tina Blaine-Bean
Djembe: Cait McWhir
Vocals: Tina Blaine-Bean
Rainstick: Diane Maxwell
Processing: Stephen Schultz
Drums: Shell
Record Label: X Dot 25 Productions
Photography: Susan Scott
Udu: Tina Blaine-Bean
Producer: Haunted by Waters
Guitar (Electric): David Hannibal
Congas: Tina Blaine-Bean
Engineer: David Hannibal
Drums: Rhan Wilson
Sax (Alto): Gerry Basserman
Didjeridu: David Hannibal
Guitar (Acoustic): Gerry Basserman
Djembe: Tina Blaine-Bean
Cello: Gerry Basserman
Sax (Alto): Shell

Stranger Things (2016) - Original Soundtrack Vol. 1

1. "Stranger Things" 00:00 
2. "Kids" 01:08 
3. "Nancy and Barb" 03:47
4. "This Isn't You" 04:52
5. "Lay - Z" 07:17 
6. "Friendship" 08:54 
7. "Eleven" 10:10 
8. "A Kiss" 13:25
9. "Castle Byers" 14:52 
10. "Hawkins" 17:41 
11. "The Upside Down" 22:44 
12. "After Sarah" 27:55 
13. "One Blink For Yes" 29:22 
14. "Photos In The Woods" 31:09 
15. "Fresh Blood" 35:41 
16. "Lamps" 36:58 
17. "Hallucinations" 38:17 
18. "Hanging The Lights" 39:55 
19. "Biking To School" 41:30 
20. "Are You Sure" 42:19 
21. "Agents" 44:46
22. "Papa" 45:41 
23. "Cops Are Good At Finding" 47:12 
24. "No Weapons" 48:23 
25. "Walking Through The Upside Down" 51:47 
26. "She'll Kill You" 53:09 
27. "Run Away" 55:19 
28. "No Autopsy" 57:06 
29. "Dispatch" 58:11 
30. "Joyce and Lonnie Fighting" 58:54
31. "Lights Out" 59:58 
32. "Hazmat Suits" 01:01:04 
33. "Theoretically" 01:02:52 
34. "You Can Talk To Me" 01:04:29 
35. "What Else Is There To Do" 01:05:23 
36. "Hawkins Lab" 01:07:31

Lonnie Liston Smith – Visions Of A New World LP (1975)

A1 A Chance For Peace 5:18
A2 Love Beams 4:07
A3 Colors Of The Rainbow 3:45
A4 Devika (Goddess) 5:17
B1 Sunset 4:10
B2 Visions Of A New World (Phase I) 2:08
B3 Visions Of A New World (Phase II) 3:40
B4 Summer Nights 5:05

Art Direction – Acy Lehman, Dick Smith (9)
Artwork [Cover] – Jack Martin (5)
Bongos, Percussion – Angel Allende (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4)
Congas, Percussion – Lawrence Killian (tracks: A1 to B1, B3, B4)
Drums – Art Gore (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3, B4), Wilby Fletcher (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3, B4)
Electric Bass – Greg Maker (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3, B4)
Flute – Donald Smith (tracks: A2, B1, B4)
Guitar – Reggie Lucas (tracks: A1, B3)
Horns – Dave Hubbard (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B3, B4)
Keyboards – Lonnie Liston Smith
Mixed By – Dave Wittman, Lonnie Liston Smith, Michael Carvin
Percussion – Michael Carvin (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3, B4), Ray Armando (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3, B4)
Producer – Bob Thiele, Lonnie Liston Smith
Soprano Saxophone – Dave Hubbard (tracks: A4)
Trombone – Clifford Adams (tracks: A1, A3)
Trumpet – Cecil Bridgewater (tracks: A1, B3)
Vocals – Donald Smith (tracks: A1, A3, B2)
Discogs Gatefold cover
Recorded at Electric Lady Studios, N.Y.C.

Sir Real's 'Night Train' - Glastonbury Festival Green Field Mix Cassette (1995)



















Plastyc Buddha ‎– Throwing Stones In Placid Pools (2001)

Voyeur De Luxe 5:03
Maracuja Pool 4:38
Rhodes Royce 5:29
Clear Day 5:32
Sofa Lust 4:43
Nice Fragrance 6:10
Hammock Harmony (Part 1) 4:07
Hammock Harmony (Part 2) 4:34
A Traveller's Delight 4:03
Bain Mousse 5:30
String Vibe 4:16

Life Enhancing Audio 541416 500565 Belgium 2001

Desmond Dekker - Fu Manchu (1969)

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Album: Rudy Got Soul 1963-1968 The Early Beverley Sessions (2003)

It make no sense at all 
to say where you used to work

It make no sense at all
to say how much you used to earn

It make no sense at all 
to say what you used to do

This is the face of fu manchu..

It make no sense at all 
to say what you used to do

It make no sense at all 
to say how much you used to earn

Is not what you earn that make you a man 
but is what u keep that make you a man

This is the face of fu manchu

This is the face of fu manchu

Gaussian Curve - The Distance (April 2017)

Lee Perry - Africa's Blood (1971)

A1–Dave Barker - Do Your Thing
A2–The Upsetters - Dream Land
A3–The Upsetters - Long Sentence
A4–The Upsetters - Not Guilty
A5–The Upsetters - Cool And Easy
A6–Addis Ababa Children - Well Dread Version 3
A7–The Upsetters - My Girl
B1–The Upsetters - Saw Dust
B2–Winston Prince - Place Called Africa Version 3
B3–The Hurricanes - Isn't It Wrong
B4–The Upsetters - Go Slow
B5–The Upsetters - Bad Luck
B6–The Upsetters - Move Me
B7–The Upsetters - Surplus

Trojan Records ‎– TBL 166

Talva Lumi EP - Cantoma (2017)

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Talva Lumi EP - Cantoma / Phil Mison (2017)

Talva Lumi (Apiento remix)
Talva Lumi (Instrumental)
Just landed (Reverso 68 remix)
Top Banana

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Purple - Shuggie Otis (1971)

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"AMG: 1972's Freedom Flight is perhaps, in its own way, every bit as adventurous and regal as Shuggie Otis' masterpiece, Inspiration Information. Produced by Shuggie's father, R&B legend Johnny Otis, the album features seven stellar, genre bending cuts, most of which were written or co-written by Shuggie. Oh yes, he was 15 at the time. Shuggie not only arranged the date, he played everything from guitars and bass organ to various percussion instruments. Additional musicians include Wilton Felder, Stix Hooper, Aynsley Dunbar, Preston Love, George Duke, and a trio of backing vocalists -- Clydie King, Venetta Field, and Shirley Matthews -- all of whom would grace Bob Dylan's Street Legal a few years later. In addition, Johnny employed a full string section for these sessions. Upon listening to Freedom Flight, the influence of Jimi Hendrix is everywhere. Not so much in Shuggie's playing, but in its texture and production. He and Johnny had obviously spent a lot of time listening to Axis: Bold As Love and Electric Ladyland. In addition, the recordings of Taj Mahal, Fred McDowell, and Frank Zappa figure in here, too. Freedom Flight boasts Shuggie's single greatest composition: "Strawberry Letter 23," a monster platinum single for the Brothers Johnson. But it's Shuggie's version that stands the test of time best. It's slower, much more baroque and paisley than the cover. The tenderness in Shuggie's voice as he intones the lyrics is a real draw. "Me And My Woman," is one of the funkiest blues tunes ever recorded, with its dirty keyboard bassline that George Clinton stole wholesale three years later. In addition, two long instrumental works that end the album, "Purple" (just try to convince someone that Prince didn't listen to this tune in particular, and this album in general, over and over again before forming his aesthetic), and the title tracks are visionary and expansive with jaw-droppingly virtuoso guitar playing that is so tastefully, soulfully, and elegantly executed it' still hard to believe after all these decades that a 15 year old ever played them: Stevie Ray Vaughan had nothing on Shuggie. Freedom Flight is just as important as Inspiration Information. It's a bit rawer, not quite as lush, but it is every bit as visionary and groundbreaking."


Shuggie Otis ‎– Freedom Flight (1971)

1. Ice Cold Daydream (2:27)
2. Strawberry Letter 23 (3:57)
3. Sweet Thang (4:05)
4. Me And My Woman (4:15)
5. Someone's Always Singing (3:22)
6. Purple (7:05)
7. Freedom Flight (12:48)

Epic E 30752 US 1971