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O'BRIEN, JUSTEN & JAKE

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    O'BRIEN, JUSTEN & JAKE

    Time will tell

    [engl] The greatest album in the history of North Dakota is Justen O'Brien and Jake's Time Will Tell (1978). Bootlegged twice already, Guerssen is proud to present the first artist- approved reissue of this mysterious, deep, UFO- inspired masterpiece. Featuring crystal- clear sound, the originally- intended cover art in gorgeous gatefold cover, in- depth liner notes by Douglas Mcgowan (Yoga Records), and never- before- seen photos capturing the mystique of this long- gone psych / prog / lounge classic, even longtime fans will need to check back in with Justen O'Brien's unique vision of the cosmos.
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    LP
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    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    19,90 EUR
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    BLOPS, LOS

    Blops

    [engl] Known as "Del Volar De Las Palomas", this is the second eponymous album from the legendary Blops from Chile, originally released in 1971, while the band lived in a communal house known as "Manchufela"
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    BLOPS, LOS

    Blops

    [engl] Formed in 1964 in Santiago, playing beat and cover versions, Blops developed over the following years a unique sound, mixing folk, rock, psychedelia and Chilean folklore. This is their legendary first
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    ELLISON

    Ellison

    [engl] Blastin underground hard- rock from Canada, 1971. Ultra raw guitars and lots of attitude. Think Black Sabbath and Elias Hulk!! Ellison were formed in Montreal in late 1967 by Vincent Marandola, Richar
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    IZUKAITZ

    Izukaitz

    [engl] What a wonderful album this is!!! The first album by Basque folk group Izukaitz, originally released on the Xoxoa label in 1978. Strongly into traditional Basque folk but adding some rock elements to
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    SHOCK

    Shock!

    [engl] We are very excited to present what it's for us the major discovery in the Spanish Psych- Prog collector scene: a previously unreleased album from 1970 by this obscure Spanish garage- psych band.
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    SWORDEDGE

    Swordedge

    [engl] First ever vinyl reissue of this mysterious and haunting UK folk album, originally released as a private pressing in 1980. Totally 70s sound with nice male / female vocals, acoustic guitars, flute, pe
 
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    FUSIOON

    Fusioon (Danza del molinero)

    [engl] First album released in 1972 by these Catalan psych–progsters. Traditional Spanish songs receive a psychedelic / progressive / jazz–rock treatment with tremendous rhythm section (drum breaks galor
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    FUSIOON

    Fusioon (Farsa del buen vivir)

    [engl] This second album – released in 1974 – by Fusioon is one of the masterpieces from the 70s Catalan / Spanish psychedelic / progressive scene. Produced by the legendary Josep Llobell, you’ll find
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    HEAT EXCHANGE

    Reminiscence

    [engl] During their brief existence, Heat Exchange – from Canada – recorded an album of which only four tracks were released as 45s for the legendary Yorkville label. Here’s for the first time ever the
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    AFTER ALL

    After All

    [engl] Hailing from Florida, After All was formed by well- experienced musicians with an R&B, jazz and blues background who hooked up with poetry writer Linda Hargrove to record an ambitious album influenced
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    IZUKAITZ

    Izukaitz

    [engl] What a wonderful album this is!!! The first album by Basque folk group Izukaitz, originally released on the Xoxoa label in 1978. Strongly into traditional Basque folk but adding some rock elements to
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    V/A

    Imaginations - Psychedelic Sounds from...

    [engl] Famous in collector circles for being the home of rare progressive/psych albums such as Salamander, Julian's Treatment or Moonkyte, Miki Dallon's group of labels also released many obscure 45s
 
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