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Tanner, Paul - Music For Heavenly Bodies - CD
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STELLAR GOOD VIBRATIONS FROM THE INVENTOR OF THE ELECTRO-THEREMIN! Light years ahead of its time, the eerie sound, colorful orchestral blending, and haunting melodies of Music For Heavenly Bodies has become a crate digging classic. America�s fascination with space and its mysteries was at a peak during the 1950s, and this astral awareness got the attention of professional musician, Paul Tanner. Tanner, a trombonist, got his start in the original Glenn Miller Orchestra. The theremin first...

Youngbloods - High On A Ridge Top - CD
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High On A Ridge Top (�72) focuses on classics as interpreted by a San Francisco original: The Youngbloods. This, their final album serves to be a diverse and highly enjoyable swan song. This time equipped with harp, mandolin, and sax The Youngbloods deliver one original tune (�Dreamboat�) while offering their psychedelic San Francisco take on exquisitely curated cuts from Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson, the Beatles, along with other folk & Americana standards. The performances here are all executed...

Youngbloods - Ride The Wind - CD
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Recorded live in �71, The Youngbloods� Ride The Wind finds Jesse Colin Young�s mesmerizing guitar and vocals shadowed perfectly by jazzy electric piano and percussion. Young (bass/kazoo/rhythm guitar), Banana (guitar/piano), and Joe Bauer (drums) hit their stride on a half dozen anthemic tracks that sprawl to nearly 40 minutes of superbly unique country-rock. Ride The Wind showcases the band�s improvisational chops in the same way their fellow Marin County contemporaries the Grateful Dead did...

Burger, Jack - The End On Bongos - LP
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Exotica, Bongos, & Jungle Beats! A 1957 lounge classic from �Mr. Bongos!� These often-sampled, vibrant-yet-chill sounds bring you big jungle drums, bongos, congas, flutes, strange animal noises, and more! Accomplished bongo player Jack Burger wasn�t known as �Mr. Bongo� without reason. Before the Beatnik generation picked up on the bongos as their super-swank instrument of choice, Jack Burger was already slinging his smooth bongo skills all over the West Coast, from Gene Autry�s radio show to...

Byrds, The - Eight Miles High / Why - 7" Single
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�EIGHT MILES HIGH� b/w �WHY� - THE RARE RCA STUDIOS VERSIONS ORIGINAL MONO MASTERS!!! ON GOLD VINYL! During an action-packed Byrds tour of the UK in August 1965, ideas began to form in Gene Clark�s mind for a new song. After germinating for several weeks, he began to put his thoughts on paper during the band�s U.S. tour in November 1965. Traveling from gig to gig, David Crosby�s cassettes of Ravi Shankar and John Coltrane provided the tour bus soundtrack. As Clark continued writing the song...

Cage, John With David Tudor - Variations IV, Vol. II - LP
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A 1965 journey into found sound; this is John Cage. Another seminal volume of indeterminate music, from an icon of experimental sounds. Reissued for the first time and thematically on gorgeous clear vinyl! It could be argued that there is no more controversial figure in music history as avant-garde electronic composer John Cage. Perhaps best known for his composition �4'33,"" which consisted of Cage sitting at a piano for four-plus minutes of total silence, Cage was both loved and loathed in...

Tanner, Paul - Music For Heavenly Bodies - LP
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Item #: MH-8033 -

STELLAR GOOD VIBRATIONS FROM THE INVENTOR OF THE ELECTRO-THEREMIN! Light years ahead of its time, the eerie sound, colorful orchestral blending, and haunting melodies of Music For Heavenly Bodies has become a crate digging classic. America�s fascination with space and its mysteries was at a peak during the 1950s, and this astral awareness got the attention of professional musician, Paul Tanner. Tanner, a trombonist, got his start in the original Glenn Miller Orchestra. The theremin first...