Released in 1968 on ESP-Disk Format: LP Style: Chamber Folk, Psych Folk Vibe: Peaceful, Mellow, Psychedelic Themes: War, Nature, Love … More
Released in 1963 on Columbia Records Format: LP
Released in 1969 on Enterprise Records Format: LP
Released in 1968 on Takoma Records Format: LP
Album Information: Originally released in 1966 on Blue Note Records Recorded May 19, 1966 1973 Reissue Format: LP Personnel: Cecil … More
Originally released in 1966 on Columbia Records 1998 Simply Vinyl pressing Format: LPx2
Released in 1965 on Elektra Records Recorded in 1964 Format: LP
Released in 1967 on Impulse! Records Recorded August 19, 1966 Format: LP
Originally released in 1965 on ESP Disk Recorded July 10, 1964 2000’s ESP pressing Format: LP
Released in 1968 on Probe Records 1968 Second Pressing Format: LP
Released in 1966 on Impulse Records Original Pressing Format: LP
Released in 1965 on Jazz Workshop (Mingus’ own label) Numbered 1966 pressing Recorded in 1964 at the Monterey Jazz Festival … More
Released in 1961 on Atlantic Records Format: LP
Originally released in 1967 on EMI Records 1983 Fame Reissue Format: LP
Originally released in 1963 on Impulse! Records 1974 reissue, blue/green label Format: LP
Released in 1967 on Impulse! Records Format: LP
Released in 1969 on BYG Records Japanese Pressing Format: LP Artwork by Moki Cherry Recorded August 22, 1969 in Paris, … More
Released in 1967 by Columbia Records Format: LP
Released in 1964 on Impulse! records 1997 reissue Format: LP
Released in 1968 on JCOA Records Format: LPx2, includes 12″ booklet
Released in 1968 on Impulse! Records Format: LP
Originally released in 1969 on Warner Bros. Records 1973 Pressing Format: LPx2
Originally released in 1965 on Impulse Records 2010 Analogue Productions Pressing Format: LPx2, 45RPM
Released in 1966 on Impulse! Records Recorded February 19, 1966 Format: LP
Released in 1970 on Impulse Records Recorded October 20th, 1969, at Plaza Sound Studios, New York City Format: LP
Released in 1968 on Elektra Records Format: LP
Released in 1969 on Apple Records Format: LP
Released in 1961 on Impulse Records Og Stereo RVG pressing in Mono Jacket Format: LP
Released in 1967 on Elektra Records Format: LP
Released in 1968 on Nessa Records Recorded on August 11th & 25th, 1967 Format: LP
Released in 1967 on Capitol Records Format: LP, includes cut outs
Originally released in 1969 on Mercury Records 2011 Drag City Pressing Format: LP
Released in 1964 on Columbia Records Recorded in 1963 Format: LP
Originally released in 1964 on Blue Note Records 2009 Music Matters audiophile pressing Format: LPx2, 45rpm
Released in 1966 on Parlophone Records 1973 UK Pressing Format: LP
Originally released in 1966 on Capitol Records 1980 Mono pressing Format: LP
Warm, mellow Scottish folk with lyrics that border spiritual, philosophical, and fantasy themes. The arrangements are a bit stripped down from their lush psychedelia of previous releases, but still feature a good amount of sitar, organ, Irish harp, and violin to add some color to the vocals and acoustic guitar-centric songwriting.
Released in 1969 on Atlantic Format: LP Pressing quality: While this album is a masterpiece, these early pressings/masters sound a … More
Released on Elektra in 1968 Format: LP Track Notes A1 – Jobs Tears (Uplifting, Morning, Spiritual) “Stranger than that we’re alive” … More
Originally released in 1969 on Liberty Records 2014 pressing on Purple Pyramid Format: LP, pink/blue swirl vinyl Includes Poster
Released in 1967 on Takoma Records Format: LP
Originally released in 1967 on Elektra 2012 Rhino Pressing, cut from original analogue masters Format: LP
Released in 1961 on Impulse Records Format: LP
Released on Capitol Records in 1969 2000 Pressing Format: LP
Released in 1967 on Columbia Records Format: LP
Released in 1967 on Takoma Records Format: LP
Released in 1966 on Impulse Records Original Pressing
Released in 1968 on Warner Bros.
Originally released in 1969 on MPS Records 1972 BASF Pressing Format: LP
Released in 1969 on Elektra Records Format: LP
Released in 1977 on RCA Recorded live on a European tour in 1963 Format: LPx2
Originally released in 1969 on Columbia Records 1977 Pressing
Originally released in 1968 on EMI 1986 Fame Pressing
Released in 1966 on Blue Note Records 1971 United Artists Repress Format: LP
Recorded August 19-21, 1969 Originally released in 1970 on Columbia Records 2008 Legacy Pressing Format: LPx2
Groovy soul instrumentals decorated with sweeping orchestral arrangements, jazz soloing, and psychedelic guitars, all inspired by William Blake’s writings.
Recorded Dec 3-4, 1965 in Stockholm, Sweden Released in 1966 on Blue Note Records Ornette Coleman – Alto Sax, Violin, … More
Recorded live at Cafe Monmartre in Copenhagen, Denmark on November 23, 1962 Released in 1976 on Arista Records
Information: This album was released in 1969 on Bizzarre Records
Information: Originally released in 1963 on Columbia This pressing was released in 2001 on Sundazed records Format: LP, 180g, Mono
On his debut album, the guitar and banjo virtuoso starts off with a 22-minute droning epic fusing American and Arabic Folk music with Indian Raga on his acoustic guitar (often trying to imitate the feeling of the oud). Here, he is accompanied by the fluid, driving drums of Billy Higgins. Side 2 is made up of 4 shorter solo pieces, mostly for the banjo, including an impressive rendition of “Carmina Burana” by German composer Carl Orff and a folky mountain song.
Album Information: Originally released in 1964 on Blue Note Records 1975 United Artists Pressing
Released in 1968 on Columbia Records Recorded in 1967 Format: LP
Peaceful drone meditations and mantras for bass clarinet and sitar. The improvisatory melodies are beautifully expressive, exploratory, and blanketed in a soft, soothing reverb.
Album Information: Released in 1969 on Impulse Records 1972 pressing
The first side features Dylan going electric for the first time, including classics such as She Belongs to Me and Maggie’s Farm. Side 2 features the acoustic storytelling and surrealist lyrics Dylan had been perfecting up to that point.
Performed on acoustic guitar and an early delay pedal, Christopher Idylls is a soothing, reflective way to ease into the morning. It fits somewhere between ambient, new age, and American primitive guitar.
Album Information: Released in 1967 on Takoma Records Includes 15-page book of stories and song notes
Album Information: Released in 1967 on Takoma Records This album was originally released on 100 copies in 1959, but was … More
Soft Machine’s second album is an eclectic suite packed full of whimsical psychedelia, Dadaist detours, complex prog structures and jazz-inspired musicianship.
“The music in this album is dedicated to creating a better world; a world without war and killing, without racism, without poverty and exploitation; a world where men of all governments realize the vital importance of life and strive to protect it rather than destroy it. We hope to see a new society of enlightenment and wisdom where creative thought becomes the dominant force in all people’s lives” – Charlie Haden
Blue Afternoon continues the flowing jazz-folk of Tim’s previous release (Happy Sad) while starting to detour into the avant-garde atmospheres that would manifest more fully on his next two albums, Lorca and Starsailor. The songs and lyrics refuse to be boxed into one category as “joyful” or “lonely” or “sad” and instead reflect the intangible multi-dimensionality of feeling.
Album Information: Released in 1969 by Island Records Recorded between June 1968 and June 1969 at Sound Techniques in London, … More
Album Information: Released in 1967 on Takoma Records Original album recorded and released in 1964, but was re-recorded in 1967 … More
Album Information: Released in 1999 by Columbia Records Recorded at Royal Albert Hall in 1966 Format: 2xLP Box Set, 200g, … More
Album information: Released on Takoma Records in 1969
A couple of months before his death in 1967, John Coltrane went into the studio with drummer Rashied Ali to record some of the most free recordings he’s ever made, the freest of free jazz. Perhaps this freeness is due to the absence of other tonal instruments, leaving Coltrane untethered to harmony and 100% free to play whatever raw, unhindered creativity flows through him.