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Tapiman - Tapiman Deluxe Edition
Tapiman
Tapiman Deluxe Edition
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
First reissued on vinyl by Guerssen in 2003 and long out of print, here’s a new, deluxe edition of this Spanish monster rarity. Housed in heavy cardboard sleeve + OBI + resealable outer sleeve and including the same insert design and poster as our previous edition.
Legendary psychedelic hard-rock album from 1971 with prog and blues influences by this extremely underground hard-rocking power trio from Barcelona. Line-up features Max Sunyer on killer guitar (later in Iceberg), and Tapi on drums (just after leaving pioneering psych band Maquina!).
Caedmon - Caedmon
Caedmon
Caedmon
LP+7" | 1978 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
25,99 €*
Release:1978 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Caedmon - a five piece student band in the 70s - recorded this album to mark their farewell concert in early 1978, before they went their separate ways after university. They had literally no idea of the myths, rumours, and tales that would embellish (and sometimes distort) the musical arc traced by this album in the decades to come.
The album contains twelve songs. Ten were written by the band. One was based on an ancient text by 7th century poet Caedmon. And the final track was a traditional gospel song, a regular much loved closer to their live set.
Angela Naylor’s lead vocals are supported by close harmony male vocals throughout. Acoustic guitars, mandolin and cello jostle with electric guitar, keyboards, percussion and bass. The resultant blend can only be described as eclectic, conjuring a slightly bizarre mix of folk ballad, bossa-nova, and psychedelic jazz and funk. Little did they know that this would be described as acid-folk in years to come. Unusual time signatures, tight arrangements, improbable instrumentation, oblique and poetic stories tackling spirituality, distorted fuzz guitar, and the odd recorder solo all combine to create something that was of its era, and yet simultaneously wildly out of synch with it.
1978 was the era of punk. Frustrated by the record company stranglehold on the market, bands were recording and releasing their own material on their own labels. Caedmon adopted this approach (if not the musical genre!) and recorded their farewell to fans in Barclay Towers Studio in Edinburgh, an attic flat, patronised by the Rezillos and others. Essentially each song was recorded ‘live' in two or three takes on a four track tape machine, with occasional overdubs.
Handling their own duplication and distribution, the pressing of 500 swiftly disappeared, but not before a last minute emergency rescue operation was necessitated. During the pressing, a call from the pressing plant informed the band that they had too much music recorded to fit on a 33rpm 12" vinyl. A quick decision resulted in 2 tracks being moved across to a 45rpm 7" single. The album, with its slightly less than commonplace contents, sold for £2.50 to friends and fans.
They were never a mainstream band. They were unsigned, boasted a small fan-base (mostly in Scotland), only occasionally played south of the border (notably at a disastrous gig at the Greenbelt Festival in 1977), enjoyed some success at the Edinburgh Fringe. And that was about it until....
Their niche fame came twenty years later. Both a re-release of the original album on CD by Kissing Spell records, and a burgeoning world-wide vinyl collectors market made possible by the internet, led to a sometimes feverish demand for copies of the original vinyl of 1978. At its height, you could pay £1,500 for a reasonable quality copy of the original album (including 7" single and lyric sheet insert). A number of unlicensed re-releases followed on CD and on vinyl, being this Guerssen edition the first licensed reissue of the 1978 album since the Kissing Spell CD.
Tyrnaround - Colour Your Mind Expanded Mind Edition
Tyrnaround
Colour Your Mind Expanded Mind Edition
LP | 1986 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1986 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Trippy '60s-styled psychedelia from Australia!
Originally issued as a 12” mini-album in 1986, Tyrnaround's 'Colour Your Mind' has become a touchstone of 1980s Neo-Psychedelia and almost certainly one of the best records of the second psychedelic era.
Influenced by classic '60s British Psychedelia it was also inspired by The Dukes of Stratosphear's ‘25-O-Clock’ and perhaps exceeds that record's trip factor with the acid infused title track (featured on Amorphous Androgynous ‘Wizards of Oz’ Compilation and also famously covered by Vibravoid) blending searing acid fuzz guitar, swirling keyboards, surreal lyrics and sumptuous early Floyd like harmonies.
Now expanded to a full length LP, including all the bands singles as well as the rare Freakbeat Magazine 45 'Paragon-Smythe' (featuring the never released before unedited version), this could be seen as Tyrnaround's perfect debut album.
Dave Bixby - Ode To Quetzalcoatl
Dave Bixby
Ode To Quetzalcoatl
LP | 1969 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1969 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
REPRESS IN VINTAGE-STYLED TIP-ON HARD CARDBOARD SLEEVE.
Since its discovery in the late 90s, Dave Bixby's legendary $2000 private press album from 1969 is considered by all serious record collectors as the king in the loner/downer folk genre.

After being involved in 60s Michigan folk and garage-rock bands such as The Shillelaghs and Peter & The Prophets, Bixby started playing acoustic guitar and experimenting with LSD. After a year of drug abuse he felt broken. Starting a soul-searching, spiritual journey, he wrote "Ode to Quetzalcoatl" and most of the material for his second album, Harbinger's "Second Coming" in just one month and a half.
Assisted by fellow musician Brian MacInness, who played some guitar parts on the album, Dave recorded "Quetzalcoatl" using a echo-laden four track machine in a flat's living room. The sound is lo-fi and sparse: just acoustic guitars and some occasional harmonica & flute, added to Bixby's haunting, emotional vocals, spiritual lyrics and solid songwriting. The opening cut, the eerie and painful "Drug Song" sets the mood perfectly for the rest of the album which contains more tormented titles like "666" , "Lonely faces", Open Doors", "Secret forest"…Never an acoustic folk album sounded so intense as this.
Carefully remastered sound from vinyl (no master tapes exists) done at Shadoks Music Studios, insert with extensive and detailed liner notes by Matvei Procak - the guy who found Bixby in 2006 - plus some rare pictures.
Baris Manco - Dünden Bugüne
Baris Manco - Sakla Samani Gelir Zamani
Wicked Lady - Run The Night / I'm A Freak
Wicked Lady
Run The Night / I'm A Freak
7" | 2020 | EU | Original (Guerssen)
10,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Two killer Wicked Lady tracks pressed for the first time on a 45rpm 7” for maximum volume & power!
“Run The Night” (recorded in 1969, taken from the “Axeman Cometh” album) it’s raw psychedelic hard-rock with dirty fuzz-wah, sounding like a mix between Black Sabbath and The Stooges!
“I’m a Freak” (recorded in 1972, taken from “Psychotic Overkill”) it’s a proto-Motörhead hard-rock bomb!
Julian Jay Savarin - Waiters On The Dance
Julian Jay Savarin
Waiters On The Dance
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
And here's the second Julian Jay Savarin album, released in 1973 on the short lived Birth label (a Youngblood imprint).
Another stunning prog-rock masterpiece, still Hammond and keyboard/mellotron dominated but with a more hard-rock approach, featuring plenty of killer guitar riffs, powerful but melodic vocals courtesy of Lady Jo Meek (sister of Catapilla's vocalist Anna Meek) and a solid, groovy rhythm section.
A legendary album lovingly reissued featuring original artwork, master tape sound, 180g vinyl and detailed liner notes by Andy Morten (Shindig!)
Monument - The First Monument
Monument
The First Monument
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Heavily organ and guitar doom-hardrock recorded in London in 1971 by same guys as hard-rockers ZIOR. A must for fans of early Black Sabbath or Leafhound.
Wicked Lady - The Axeman Cometh
Wicked Lady
The Axeman Cometh
2LP | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
28,99 €*
Release:EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
If you are looking for raw, psychedelic hard-rock, look no further! We present the complete recordings (1968-1972) from Wicked Lady, the legendary UK underground power trio leaded by ace guitarist Martin Weaver, later a member of Dark on their "Round the edges" album.

Our edition features new artwork and liner notes by doomy psychedelic guitar God in person, Martin Weaver, who tells the real (and bizarre!) story behind Wicked Lady for the first time. The stuff of a legend, this is a real fest of fuzz, wah-wah and heavy riffs that will blow the mind of any hard-psych collector.
Alan Munson - Good Morning World
Alan Munson
Good Morning World
LP | 2008 | EU | Original (Guerssen)
9,99 €*
Release:2008 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Originally released in a limited run on cassette in 1975.
Baris Manco - Yeni Bir Gun
Baris Manco
Yeni Bir Gun
LP | 1979 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
22,99 €*
Release:1979 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
The late '70s found Turkey in an economic slump, and there was a huge rise in political violence. Baris, who so often put out collections of singles, rose to the occasion by spending 6 months holed up with his longtime backing band the Kurtalan Ekspres. The result was this studio album of Anatolian bummer psychedelia, often unfairly overlooked because it came out in the rather un-cosmic year of 1979, but also considered his best work by many. Yep, there are still electrified versions of Turkish folk songs, and the spaceshot ARPs and Korgs of '2023' are here too, but dont expect a happy swing around the ceiling of a planetarium. The real star of the album is the keyboard player, whose name translates to Sword Agent. 'Yeni Bir Gun' is viciously funky and brilliantly arranged, with tidbits stolen out of the latest disco hits, and lean, mean synthesizers that emerge from the beats like carbonated bubbles. Melancholy maqams & catastrophic Korgs collide when the Turkish psych master glides unflinchingly into the grim late '70s!! First time ever reissue, this release comes in gorgeous gatefold cover as the original, has a repro of the original poster as well, and brings an extra insert with extensive linernotes.
Factory, The - Path Through The Forest
Factory, The
Path Through The Forest
LP | 1994 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
18,99 €*
Release:1994 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Sixties UK freakbeat legends get a new legit re-release of their complete available recordings and Guerssen is the proud new home for them.
A real cult freakbeat & psychedelic group, well-known for such all-time classics as “Path through the forest” and “Try a little sunshine”, Factory released only a couple of 45s (both of them obscenely rare and paid big$$$ when rarely showing up). Here we get the 4 tracks appearing on these 45s, plus a couple tracks taken from acetates (killer covers of Family’s “Second generation woman” and Fairport Convention’s “Mr. Lacey”), as well as a new mix of “Path through the forest” that includes the original, different psychedelic effects that were supposed to make it to the original release but were dropped out by the MGM label supervisor.
Remastered sound (only beware, “Second generation woman” comes from a destroyed acetate!) and with liner notes by Factory’s producer Brian Carroll.
Salamander - The Ten Comandments
Salamander
The Ten Comandments
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
UK 1971 album released on the Youngblood label.
Based in The Ten Commandments, though not proved to be Christian rock itself, the album is a nice progressive pop-rock disc showing influence of Deep Purple and The Moody Blues, with good dose of organ, guitar and brass.
Fantastic reissue in a four-way foldout poster-type picture cover, housed in deluxe PVC outer sleeve.
180 gram vinyl, remastered sound from master tapes, and insert with liner notes by Andy Morten.
Julian's Treatment - A Time Before This
Julian's Treatment
A Time Before This
2LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
28,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Debut, double album by musician/sci-fi writer Julian Jay Savarin. Originally released on Miki Dallon's Youngblood label in 1970, this is a classic since the early days of record collecting.
Hammond dominated, spacey, psychedelic prog-rock with long tracks, cool female vocals and a cosmic, sci-fi concept vibe.
This reissue features the original gatefold sleeve, master tape sound in 180g vinyl, and detailed liner notes by Andy Morten (Shindig!). Essential to anyone into early UK prog-rock!
Tropics, The - As Time's Gone
Tropics, The
As Time's Gone
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Hailing from Florida, The Tropics were one of the finest 60s garage bands. Their memorable concerts are still remembered today by the lucky ones who saw them at the time. Between 1965 and 1969, they recorded some explosive and now legendary 45s which are prime examples of garage-rock, teen-beat, folk-rock and proto-psych sounds. Here you’ll find most of those 45 sides along with some rare, previously unreleased on vinyl tracks. Including the classic “As time’s gone” (covered by The Fuzztones) and many more.
Remastered sound in mono, insert with detailed liner notes by Jeremy Cargill (Ugly Things) and rare photos.
“In 1965 The Tropics were the biggest band in Florida…simple as that. I watched them in awe” Tom Petty
Action, The - Rolled Gold
Action, The
Rolled Gold
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The legendary 1967-68 recordings by UK mod band THE ACTION, registered when they were in transition from mod-beat to full-blown psychedelia, just prior to becoming MIGHTY BABY.
Originally recorded as a set of demos with the intention of obtaining an album deal which inexplicably never materialized, “Rolled Gold” is a collection of brilliant songs, melancholic yet powerful. The Action’s classic line-up of Reg King, Alan ‘Bam’ King, Michael Evans and Roger Powell is augmented with the inclusion of new members Martin Stone on guitar and Ian Whiteman on flute / organ. All of them are playing their hearts out: superb harmonies, great guitar work and clever arrangements which show the influence of bands like The Byrds and the psychedelic sounds that were coming from the West Coast and UK as well as jazz giants like Coltrane.
Always the stuff of legend, The “Rolled Gold” tapes were shelved at the time, not released until 1997 when the Dig The Fuzz label discovered them and did a limited LP/CD run.
Out of print on vinyl for many years, we present a new vinyl edition.
Cymbeline - 1965 - 1971
Cymbeline
1965 - 1971
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Previously unreleased DIY homemade psychedelia, teenbeat and fuzz-psych/prog by this amazing Swedish band, 1965-1971!!
Tracks like “Third Image” or “Look at the stars” are an incredible find for anyone into US garage-psych (they wouldn’t sound out of place on any Pebbles or Psychedelic Unknowns volume!) and others like “Flicka”, “Stolta Vingar” or “Mittuppslag” are top notch ‘70s fuzzed out Scandinavian psych/prog. We can’t believe that such fabulous stuff has remained hidden in a carboard box until now.
Formed in the industrial town of Norrköping in the mid ‘60s, Cymbeline (also known as Motala Ström and W&J) only released a 45 in 1971 before breaking up. But during their existence, the band recorded a lot of stuff, included here for the first time along with their rare 45.
Cymbeline was basically two guys, Michael Journath and Anders Weyde, who met in 1965 while they both played in beat bands. They started recording songs at Anders little home studio with help with some friends and that’s how songs like “Imagination” and “Look at the stars”, amazing examples of homemade teen-beat, were born. At the same time, Michael and Anders were feeling a bit tired of playing cover versions with their beat bands so decided to start recording more experimental stuff, using armchairs and furniture as percussion, sounds from seagulls and birds, an electric cocktail mixer, improvising lyrics…these incredible experiments were recorded as “Images”, including the killer garage-psych sounding “Third Image”.
As the years passed by, the home studio improved and new songs were recorded in a more psych-prog vein, some of them included here. They also played a few live gigs with some help from other local musicians. In 1970, Ulf Ryberg joined the group and soon after a 45 was released containing his song “New York”. The flip side was “Sixth Image”, originally one of the “Images” but rearranged and re-recorded.
In 1971, demos for an LP where recorded at Europafilm Studios in Stockholm. Two fantastic songs are included here and the sound is different from the earlier recordings – closer to the groups live performances.
So, 40 years later, here’s the LP that Cymbeline always dreamed of.
Wicked Lady - Psychotic Overkill
Wicked Lady
Psychotic Overkill
2LP | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
28,99 €*
Release:EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Second volume to complete the anthology of Wicked Lady recordings, their final tracks recorded in 1972, just before the band split up and guitarist Martin Weaver left for Dark (of "Round the edges" fame). Another batch of excessive, over-the-top doomy psychedelic hard-rock including underground classics like "I'm a freak" and the 21 minute epic "Ship of ghosts".

Again on a lavish double vinyl which offers maximum sound quality, new artwork and liner notes by doomy psychedelic guitar God in person, Martin Weaver, telling the real story behind Wicked Lady for the first time.
New Tweedy Brothers, The - The New Tweedy Bros!
New Tweedy Brothers, The
The New Tweedy Bros!
LP | 1968 | EU | Reissue (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:1968 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
100% uncut psychedelia and garagey, jangly folk-rock from 1968!!

Originally from Portland, the New Tweedy Brothers were formed by brothers Fred and Danny Lackaff plus Dennis Fagaly and Steve Ekman. In 1966, they relocated to San Francisco, where they were part of the exploding, nascent psychedelic Ballroom scene, influencing none other than Jerry Garcia and sharing stage with bands like The Warlocks (pre-Grateful Dead), Quicksilver and Big Brother among others. Upon returning to Oregon, they self-released in 1968 their only album, housed in a striking hexagonal, over-sized silver foil cover, now a holy grail between psychedelic collectors. Innocent vocal harmonies, fuzzy bass, jangly guitars, raga sounds…

“Many punters feel that this LP epitomizes the innocent first wave of "the West Coast Sound" before it was quickly corrupted.” – John T. Berg.
Tapiman - Hard Drive
Tapiman
Hard Drive
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Guerssen)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Previously unreleased homemade recordings from 1971 by Barcelona’s hairiest power trio. Raw, in–your–face hard–rock and proto–metal plus some surprising psychedelic, Canterbury styled moves. Featuring the very first line–up of the band comprised of killer guitar player Miguel Ángel Núñez, the legendary Tapi (ex–Máquina!) on drums and Pepe Fernández on bass. Includes a cover of Black Sabbath’s "Planet Caravan".

Deluxe insert with detailed liner notes and rare photos. LP includes digital download.
Johnny Blackburn & Mary Lauren - Echoes Of Love's Reality
Bolder Damn - Mourning
Bolder Damn
Mourning
LP | 1971 | UK | Reissue (Guerssen)
22,99 €*
Release:1971 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Reissue of an absolute monster US hard-rock private pressing. Hailing from Florida, Bolder Damn released this beast in 1971, featuring ultra-heavy, "raw-in-your-face" sound with devastating fuzzed-out guitar, solid rhythm section and manic vocals. First discovered and reissued by the legendary Rockadelic label in 1990, the album has gained cult status among new fans of '70s proto-doom and hard-rock sounds since then. After many of years of being out of print, now here's the definitive vinyl reissue of 'Mourning', including original artwork, a fold-out insert with liner notes and an interview with singer John Anderson and rare pictures. Come swith remastered sound. Highly recommended if you like Sabbath, Blue Cheer, Pentagram, MC5, Sainte Anthony's Fyre. "Bolder Damn produced a surprisingly assured and accomplished set of fuzz-laden bad trip boogie with a touch of proto-metal, which laid mostly unheard outside local followers of the flame until their latter day discovery." - Jeremy Cargill (Ugly Things).
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