Released in 1975 on Island Records Format: LP
Released in 1973 on Harvest Records
Released in 2014 on Temporary Residence Records Format: LP Limited edition, includes screen printed cover, #140/1000
Released in 1977 on RCA Records Format: LP
Released in 2011 on Frenchkiss Records Format: LP
Released in 2000 on EMI Records Format: 10″x2
Originally released digitally in 2007 2008 pressing on TBD Records Format: LP
Originally released in 2000 on Epic Records 2010 Repress Format: LPx2
Released in 2004 on 4AD Records Format: LP
Released in 2012 on Polyvinyl Records Format: LP, white vinyl
Released in 1970 on Island Records UK Pressing Format: LP
Released in 1970 on Atlantic Records Format: LP
Released in 1969 on Atlantic Format: LP Pressing quality: While this album is a masterpiece, these early pressings/masters sound a … More
Released in 2016 on Thrill Jockey Records Format: LP
Released in 1986 on Virgin Records Format: LP
Originally released in 2001 on Capital Records 2008 Pressing Format: 10″x2
Discpline marks the first in a trilogy of complex prog-meets-new-wave masterpieces that have been relished by anxious overthinkers for decades…featuring polyrhythmic riffs, innovative guitar textures, overwrought sing-talking, and a strong inter-band chemistry.
Released in 1988 on Parlophone Records 2012 Pressing
Released in 2002 on Arts & Crafts Records Format: LPx2
After a prolific career as a noise/improvisational/experimental guitarist and a few forays into folk and chamber pop, Jim O’Rourke surprised his audience with an album closer to straightforward rock than his audience could have ever expected of him. Yet underneath it’s catchy, cheery, and polished exterior, his lyrics are full of humorously bitter resentment. Like his debut singer/songwriter album Eureka, Insignificance is full of the meticulous and lush arrangements that Jim would become known for.
Acoustic-shredder/singer-songwriter ventures out of the jazz-inflected folk-rock territory explored by his last few albums to create something that feels fully himself. Deafman Glance is full of angular left turns, complex structures, airy flutes, jazz detours, and psychedelic atmospheres. A balance of great songwriting, jazz musicianship, and experimental/art-rock tendencies. Recommended to fans of Tortoise’s Standards, Tim Buckley’s Starsailor, and King Crimson’s Red. (Click for full review).
Album Information: Originally released in 1996 on Duophonic Records This pressing was released in 2013 on 1972 Records Produced by … More
Album Information: Released in 2007 by Polyvinyl Record Co
Album Information: Released in 1977 by RCA Records. Recorded September-October in 1976 in Hérouville, France and West Berlin, Germany This pressing … More