Baroque music and solo piano.
Musique de chambre quatuor.
Fantastic '67 big band jazz! Listen to the groovy swinger "Cum Saxa", "Kiki" or the jerk "2nd Number One". Superficial marks, mostly on the edge of vinyl, some hairlines here and there, causing some background noise at the very beginning of both sides.
Contemporary church organ sound.
A little bit of water damage on back and near opening seam on front.
Monster drama cinematic sound by Mister Vasori. Deep spooky atmosphere, dark patterns of piano and strings...this one is a sampling favourite! With also the superb landscape jazz of "Centromatic". Record has two big scratches causing clicks on Bside, hence the give-away price on this good one.
Super obscure library led by Jacky Bernard, the keyboard player on the cult Creole Gypsy LP by ROLAND BRIVAL. No spiritual west indies poetry here, Jacky Bernard delivers an insane collection of synth tracks with subtle Caraibean influences, phat synth layers, broken beats and strange hypnotic melodies, that sometimes make you think of a west indies version of Jungle... CLICK TO READ MORE
Great pop jazz LP by Janco. Very pleasant listening all the way through. Cover suffered hard water damages, mostly visible on back cover.
One of the rarest Neuilly joint! Scary avant garde jazz quiet similar to the Camille Sauvage Fantasmagories LP. Long tear band on back cover.
Cool orchestral pop by Janco Nilovic!
Oh my...for me the best Auvidis release. The Gael and Buffenoir duo, AKA cult band SONORHC brings you here a mad LP with not a weak track. The whole LP is an insane mix of folklore music and crazy electro synth production. Killer after killer tracks, needless to quote all of it, just listen the long MP3 extract. Record has multiple superficial marks causing background noise. RARE!
Monster UK groove LP a la KPM/Mohawks, with hard fuzzy guitar, hammond solos, and stomping beats. Listen to "Bad Feeling", "Play Away", "Along The Beat", "Madison Square", "Busy And Brassy" or "Black And White".
Cool unusual library, with the beaty & fuzzy organ jerk "Jump In". With also "Keep Away" and "Traffic Jam Beat" in a same kind of groove.
Obscure and rather unknown Montparnasse library. Check the dark gloomy groovy "Quiet Drunk" and "Strange In".
With the nice cut "Boxe Et Violence".
Another monster psych pop journey with Nilovic and guitarist JP Alarcen. Probably the most prog-ish from the Impressions serie. Solid from start to finish, and a nice BEATNUTS sample as the cherry on the cake. Splendid copy.
More DMM tracks with the superb "The Man From Nowhere", "Summer Song" and the killer mohawks-like "Business Is Business".