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Charles Wain - OST The Last Wave
Charles Wain
OST The Last Wave
LP | 2016 | AU | Original (Roundtable)
14,49 €* 28,99 € -50%
Release:2016 / AU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
“The Last Wave” (also known as “Black Rain” in the US) was the final chapter in a trilogy of films scripted and directed by the leading auteur of the Australian New Wave, Peter Weir. “The Last Wave” was a landmark in existential horror. Sitting alongside other Australian eco-terror films (e.g. “Long Weekend”) the film featured a haunting electronic soundtrack that is as mysterious and beguiling as the spiritual themes of the film itself. With no LP issued after the films premiere in 1977, and together with the mystery surrounding the true identity of its enigmatic composer ‘Charles Wain’, the score is a largely unheard recording of pioneering experimental film electronics, easily compared to the music that contemporaries Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream were composing for Australian films during the same period or the electronic soundtracks of John Carpenter. Tense atonal electronics, synthesizer drones and manipulated Didgeridoo all perfectly capture the film’s ominous atmosphere, punctuating the slow hypnotic pace of this brooding supernatural thriller. All original 12 tracks have been sourced from the original stereo master tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl. The deluxe packaging includes archival film stills and original press material.
Hiroshi & Claudia - Six To Six
Hiroshi & Claudia
Six To Six
LP | 2017 | AU | Original (Roundtable)
29,99 €*
Release:2017 / AU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
For decades the mysterious Hiroshi & Claudia LP has been an elusive jewel amongst the curious world of Australian private press LPs. With nothing more than cryptic broken-English album sleeve notes to reference, the mythical Six To Six LP is a bewildering and intriguing jazz oddity. With prices of the rare original record hitting three figures, collectors began demanding to know who was ‘Hiroshi’, who was ‘Claudia’ and why did a group of unknown Japanese musicians record an album in Australia in the late 1970s only to issue it in micro-quantities, then seemingly disappear back into obscurity. For years no trace of whom they were nor any clue as to the origins of their peculiar yet entrancing music had surfaced. Until now….Welcome to the brainchild of Gilles Germain and Carmen Fabro, a French/Italian husband and wife team of restaurateurs and film producers operating in Sydney during the 1970s. Establishing the custom record label ‘Atom’, the duo released a handful of highly obscure vanity jazz LPs and promotional horse racing 45s. (Yes it’s all very strange…) The highlight undoubtedly being the album Six To Six, a session recorded in Sydney in 1979 by a group of touring Japanese jazz musicians led by guitarist Hiroshi Yasukawa, and a forgotten and still undocumented Mauritian cabaret singer performing under the alias ‘Claudia’. Sitting somewhere between spacey Balearic disco, haunting soul and hectic funk reminiscent of electric Miles Davis, the Six To Six LP is a curious beast to say the least. Released specially for Record Store Day 2017 Northside Records and The Roundtable present a limited edition exact reissue of this legendary Australian rare groove LP.
Billy Mitchel - Electronic Dance
Billy Mitchel
Electronic Dance
7" | 2016 | AU | Original (Roundtable)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / AU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
Accompanying the premiere release of the lost soundtrack to the 1971 film “Walkabout”, The Roundtable offer a further lost piece of music associated with Nicolas Roeg’s seminal New Wave masterpiece. In addition to John Barry’s spellbinding original score, several pieces of popular music can be heard throughout the film transmitting from a portable radio, an obvious symbol of western civilization as the protagonists wander disorientated in the ancient tribal Australian wilderness. Here we have documented one of these tracks on limited edition 7” vinyl, a forgotten slice of late 60s lysergic studio-psych from the New York singer-songwriter Billy Mitchel. Produced by Brooks Arthur (Holy Mountain Soundtrack), “Electronic Dance” is a whirling mix of Indian raga, heavy jazz drums, buzzing electronics and tape collage melding into blue-eyed soul folk from the Woodstock scene. The perfect psychedelic supplement to John Barry’s hallucinogenic orchestral score.
Egisto Macchi - Città Notte
Egisto Macchi
Città Notte
LP | 1972 | AU | Reissue (Roundtable)
33,99 €*
Release:1972 / AU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Città Notte's heady melange of cosmopolitan folk tropes, abstract sonic gestures, distressed and scattering percussion, beatific melodies and ominous VCS3 drones exists in a sublime universe all of its own. Atmospheric, smokey, urbane and sophisticated ‘Città Notte' is a seamless and stunningly timeless jewel in the expanding cosmology of rediscovered Library/Production music. Haunting, profound and hypnotic, one of the rarest Library LPs is no doubt also one of the most beautiful and rewarding.
John Barry - OST Walkabout
John Barry
OST Walkabout
LP | 2016 | AU | Original (Roundtable)
26,09 €* 28,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / AU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
A lost paradise, a lost innocence, and a lost culture; these are the dominant themes presented in Nicolas Roeg’s 1971 masterpiece “Walkabout”, a survival story of two children lost in the scorched Australian wilderness. Together with other seminal Australian surrealistic outback films, (e.g. “Wake In Fright”) “Walkabout” was a film that reshaped the Australian film industry and defined the country’s New Wave. On the cusp of the film’s 45t h anniversary it is pertinent to observe that for decades the film’s original soundtrack has also been considered lost. Composed and conducted by the acclaimed British film composer John Barry, the score is a hallucinogenic mix of exotic romanticism, children’s nursery rhyme and potent psychedelic experimentation. For decades, the consensus among soundtrack circles was that the master tapes were officially missing with little chance that the music would ever see a legitimate release, but The Roundtable is pleased to announce that this is no longer the case. The complete soundtrack to one of cinema history’s most visually spellbinding films has now finally been re-discovered, sourced from the original stereo master tapes and prepared to the guidelines of the original ill-fated 1970s LP release.180g vinyl and deluxe packaging including archival film stills and original press material.
Arena - Arena
LP | 1975 | US | Reissue (Roundtable)
27,89 €* 30,99 € -10%
Release:1975 / US – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Limited edition for Record Store Day 2016! If you can imagine the gathering of a group of Australian session musicians channelling the sounds of Herbie Hancock Headhunter’s and Marc Moulin’s Placebo, recording an album out of hours at a TV studio and then releasing a privately pressed hard hitting jazz funk record then what you have is Arena, one of Australia’s most revered and scarce rare groove records. This was the name given to a pick-up group of session players led by Ted White, a veteran of the British big band jazz scene (an associate of Ted Heath and Basil Kirchin) who had immigrated to Australia in the 1960s to work in the burgeoning television industry.
Armando Sciascia - Violin Reactions
Armando Sciascia
Violin Reactions
LP | 1974 | AU | Reissue (Roundtable)
22,99 €*
Release:1974 / AU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Armando Sciascia - by day, notable composer for Italian erotic and exotic cinema - by night, experimentalist and nocturnal avant-gardener. Lovingly crafted in his hand-built Vedette studio, Sciascia’s “lust for experimental research” has never been more evident than on these precious, never before commercially released 1974 Library recordings. ‘Violin Reactions’ is a violently unique and beautiful work, studiously constructed out of multi-tracked strings, ominous VCS3 drones, subatomic dissonant clusters and the drumbreaks of Tullio De Piscopo. Part futurist broadcast, part Middle-Eastern short-wave transmission, anchored by De Piscopo’s breakbeats and calisthenic percussion - strangely melodic and at a times hauntingly otherworldly.
Egisto Macchi - Bioritmi
Egisto Macchi
LP | 1971 | AU | Reissue (Roundtable)
34,99 €*
Release:1971 / AU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
First ever commercial release for this ultra-rare Holy Grail 1971 Library/Production Music LP!
Gianfranco Plenizio - OST La Gatta In Calore
Gianfranco Plenizio
OST La Gatta In Calore
LP | 2015 | AU | Original (Roundtable)
22,49 €* 24,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / AU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
The first ever official LP reissue of this rare and classic 1972 giallo score. The material evolves from the opening tones of Edda Dell'Orso, through jazz-bossa into dissolving dissonance, disarray and pathological destruction. This issue comes with remastered sound (taken from the original master tapes) and includes four previously unreleased tracks. The exclusive and extensive liner notes were written by Alvin Lucia, and you also get the (reproduced) original artwork and rare photos. Deluxe edition on 180-gram wax!
Ennio Morricone - OST Il Sorriso Del Grande Tentatore
Ennio Morricone
OST Il Sorriso Del Grande Tentatore
LP | 2015 | AU | Original (Roundtable)
24,99 €*
Release:2015 / AU – Original
Genre:Film / TV
First ever official LP reissue of this 1974 classic. Spiritual cousin to the psyche-liturgy of The Electric Prunes' 1968 "Mass in F Minor" and William Sheller's 1972 masterwork "Lux Aeterna", "Il Sorriso Del Grande Tentatore" is a vital, beautiful, frightening and yet essentially forgotten chapter in the storied discography of lauded composer Ennio Morricone. Remastered 2015 from the original stereo album master. Includes two previously unreleased tracks. Morricone's favourite Morricone!
Living Music - To Allen Ginsberg
Living Music
To Allen Ginsberg
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Roundtable)
25,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Regarded as the link between Italian acid folk, Library music and Krautrock, Living Music was a collective of Italian Musicians, artists and poets active in the counterculture and student movement of Rome in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Taking their name and concept from the New York experimental theatre group ‘Living Theatre’ husband and wife duo Umberto Santucci (jazz critic, graphic designer (Brainticket) and photographer, library composer) and Gianfranca Montedoro (Jazz and rock singer, member of Alessandroni Vocal group, Brainticket) hosted improvisational sessions at their home where they explored the concepts of communal expression through music and poetry. These experiments would lead to a recording session in which they set their psychedelic compostions to the poetry of Beat poet Allen Ginsberg. Their sole 1971 album for RCA’s Italy’s experimental imprint ‘Free Dimension’ is a phenomenal psychedelic excursion into acid folk, Tibetan chants, Indian drones, and avant-jazz (Featuring Umberto’s brother and Italian jazz legend Cicci Santucci) all centered around the powerful voice of Gianfranca Montedoro. It has since become a highly sort after recording for folk and progressive collectors.
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