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Levee Camp Moan - Levee Camp Moan
Levee Camp Moan
Levee Camp Moan
LP | 1969 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1969 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
In 1969 Bracknell based blues rock outfit Levee Camp Moan released what was destined to become one of the most sought after UK private pressings of the period. Issued on the County Recording Services label (SVVS 132), a small run of discs was pressed up and sold locally at gigs as well as being handed out to friends. Housed in an obligatory custom built sleeve that had a snapshot of the group pasted onto the front, this LP marked out their status as one of the most exciting bands to emerge out of the thriving local underground scene in the Bracknell Delta.
The group had taken their name from the old blues number and the band members, manager and assorted roadies took up residence in a local farmhouse known as Peacock Farm. It was there that LCM would rehearse into the small hours thumping out a mixture of blues standards as well as their own compositions until they had become a tight unit ready to 'take on the world'.
Influences ranged from the urban blues of Otis Rush, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells to Muddy Waters, Skip James and beyond. The more or less contemporary white blues of the time, Canned Heat, Savoy Brown and Paul Butterfield also served as a major source of inspiration.
From their humble roots LCM quickly built up a following on the British Blues circuit, frequenting the likes of the Marquee, Crawdaddy, Klooks Kleek, Eel Pie Island and Rikki Tik club. On the college circuit they toured extensively with Chickenshack, Canned Heat and Muddy Waters with performances being of a high enough standard to generate record company interest.
Unable to secure a record deal, they had no other choice but to do it themselves. And so it was in the winter months of early '69 that LCM entered Virgin Sound in nearby Windsor to lay down eight tracks recorded on a four track machine. At the time of its creation the term private pressing would have had little or no relevance in musical circles and the significant thing to remember is that in such cases there is no record company interference and what the band was able to produce under these conditions was the archetypal private pressing, raw, under produced and thrillingly primitive.
The project successfully captured the spirit and aggression of an exciting new band and the original artefact is now a zeitgeist of that remarkable era.
After Levee Camp Moan, Ian Campbell went on to carve out a busy musical career performing with, amongst many others, the Nashville Teens, Arthur Brown's band and Mungo Jerry.
Bassist Dave Stubbs played with a host of notables including gigs in Eric Clapton's band and lengthy tours with Uli Jon Roth (ex Scorpions).
Beatstalkers, The - Scotland's No. 1 Beat Grou
Beatstalkers, The
Scotland's No. 1 Beat Grou
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Sommor)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Complete recordings, 1963-69, by this legendary band from Glasgow.
Fabulous mod-beat, wild R&B and pop-psych, including all their 45 sides for Decca and CBS plus early demos.
Formed in Glasgow in 1962 during the early beat boom by Alan Mair and Eddie Campbell, their line-up also included Davie Lennox, Tudge’ Williamson (replaced by Jeff Allen) and Ronnie Smith. Playing an authentic brand of rhythm 'n' blues and soul covers, they soon took the city by storm and were famous for their riotous shows, attracting hordes of screaming girls and young fans. No wonder they were dubbed “the Scottish Beatles” by the press. Between 1965 and 1969, The Beatstalkers would go on to release a total of seven singles. All these sides are featured here. Including mod / freakbeat classics like ‘Base Line’, “'Ev'rybody's Talkin' 'Bout My Baby', ‘You'd Better Get A Better Hold On’, plus several tracks penned by a young David Bowie (“Silver Tree Top School For Boys”, “Everything Is You”, “When I’m Five”), a killer psych cover of The Action’s “Little Boy” and more.
The Beatstalkers were a strong live attraction in the clubs and ballrooms around Great Britain (they also held a residence at the Marquee) and were highly praised by their contemporaries, including The Who, with whom they shared a 'Ready Steady Go' television appearance. David Bowie was also among their crowd and through mutual manager Ken Pitt, he ended up writing three songs for them. He also played guitar and sang backing vocals on some of the recording sessions. Some of The Beatstalkers 7” were also released in the US, Australia and France (where an EP housed in a cool picture sleeve was issued).
The band also toured Germany many times.
In 1969, after their van was stolen with all their equipment, The Beatstalkers broke up. Eddie Campbell was later in Tear Gas and Jeff Allen went on to play for Dr. K's Blues Band and then East Of Eden.
Alan Mair was a co-founder of The Only Ones (of 'Another girl Another planet' fame).
The band reunited for a show in Glasgow and in 2018 a book about the band was published.
Fox, The - For Fox Sake
Fox, The
For Fox Sake
LP | 1970 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1970 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Originally released in 1970 but sounding more akin to ‘67-68, “For Fox Sake” is a superb example of UK psych, highly recommended if you’re into APPLE, KOOBAS, ZOMBIES, OCTOPUS, SKIP BIFFERTY, SPENCER DAVIS GROUP, RUBBLES…
First ever vinyl reissue with original UK artwork.
Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language - Lambi
Synchro Rhythmic Eclectic Language
Lambi
LP | 1976 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
28,99 €*
Release:1976 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Impressive jazz-rock-fusion with progressive, funk, afro-caribbean and Zeuhl elements courtesy of multi-cultural French band SYNCHRO, featuring drummer Steve McCall (AIR, CECIL TAYLOR), sax player Jo Maka (INTERCOMMUNAL FREE DANCE MUSIC ORCHESTRA), violinist Jean-Yves Rigaud (ZAO), electric guitar player Gerard Curbillon (SPEED LIMIT), pianist Georges-Edouard Nouel (NOEL Mc GHIE & SPACE SPIES), bass player Louis Xavier (LADJA)…
Franck Valmont - Et Synchro Rhytmic Eclectic Language
Franck Valmont
Et Synchro Rhytmic Eclectic Language
LP | 1976 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:1976 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
First ever vinyl reissue of this fabulous French / West Indies afro-jazz-funk-caribbean-fusion album from 1976, originally released on the Moshé-Naïm label by poet-singer-painter FRANCK VALMONT, accompanied by multicultural progressive jazz-rock band SYNCHRO.

Featuring JO MAKA (Intercommunal Free Dance Music Orchestra) on sax, LOUIS XAVIER on bass & fuzz-bass, GEORGES NOUEL on electric piano and organ, GERARD CURBILLON from Magma related prog-fusion band SPEED LIMIT on electric guitar, YVES DOLPHIN on drums…
Charge - Charge
Charge
Charge
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
First ever legit vinyl reissue of this impossible to find private psychedelic hard-rock album from 1973.
Remastered sound, colour insert with rare photos and liner notes by David Wells.
Includes digital download coupon.
Charge were a British power-trio born from the ashes of local South Coast heavy-blues bands Baby Bertha and Sweet Poison. Comprised of Dave Ellis (guitar), Pete Gibbons (drums) and Ian Mclaughlin (bass), they played heavy rock influenced by Hendrix, Cream, Free, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, etc.
In 1973 they cut a demo album at SRT studios of which 99 copies in blank covers were pressed and later distributed between family & friends, with a few of them also shipped to record companies in what proved to be an unsuccessful attempt at earning a recording contract.
Argus - Argus
Argus
Argus
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Argus were an obscure British outfit with connections to Rare Amber and Julian’s Treatment. Their sound was hard-hitting bluesy hard-rock, similar to Hackensack or Killing Floor. In 1973, they recorded a five-track demo with the intention of securing a record deal which sadly never arrived. It is included here along with a few live tracks from post-Argus underground psych-prog outfit Anaconda.
Electric Funeral - The Wild Performance
Electric Funeral
The Wild Performance
2LP | 2019 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
26,09 €* 28,99 € -10%
Release:2019 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ear-splitting hard-rock / proto-doom-metal from the early 70s! Electric Funeral were a pioneering Swiss hard-rock band who sadly never registered any studio recordings at the time. Formed in the late 60s by Edi Hirt (drums), Pierrot Wermeille (bass), Alain Christinaz (guitar) and Dominique Bourquin (vocals), they were influenced by bands like Deep Purple, Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. Famous for their loud (they played behind gia nt stacks of Marshall amps) and powerful shows, their sound was too heavy-sounding for a regular label to offer them a contract.
“The Wild Performance” is made of private live & rehearsal tapes recorded in 1970, very raw and lo-fi but it’s the only testimony of their brutal sound. First released in 1991 as a very limited (now heavily sought after) LP, here’s an expanded edition with newly remastered sound and four killer bonus tracks, taken from reels and tapes recently found in the band’s archives. These tracks were also recorded in 1970 except for “My Destiny” (1973). Sound is still lo-fi but slightly better than the original “Wild Perfomance” tracks, especially on the killer “You Can Help” (proto-punk á la Electric Eels!), “My Destiny” and the alternate version of “You Can Help”.
Catch Up - Volume 1
Catch Up
Volume 1
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
One of the best Jazz-Funk-Fusion albums from the 70s Euro scene, featuring such giants as Charly Antolini (famous for his MPS recordings) on drums, Max Greger jr. on electric piano, Moog, Hammond, Mellotron and Milan Pilar on electric bass. Top notch jamming & soulful funky-jazz sound with some kraut-prog touches, recorded at the legendary Studio 70 in Munich and originally released in 1975 on the Calig label.
Including the rare-groove classic “Onkel Joe” and more.
Original artwork and master tape sound.
Orang-Utan - Orang-Utan
Orang-Utan
Orang-Utan
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
22,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Orang-Utan was a London based band that was actually named Hunter. The line-up featured vocalist Terry "Nobby" Clarke (of psych-pop legends Jason Crest), guitar player Mick Clarke, drummer and songwriter Jeff Seopardi and bass player Paul Roberts. They recorded their sole album in 1971. In a bizarre twist of events, their producers/managers took the tapes to the USA, where they arranged a release on Bell Records under a new band name, Orang-Utan, without telling any of the band members. The album is a lost classic of blazing, early hard-rock with minor psychedelic hangover vibes, a twin-guitar attack, and waves of fuzz/wah, along with powerful vocals. Think Leaf Hound, Budgie, Bang, Sir Lord Baltimore, Hard Stuff... This first ever legit reissue is done in co-operation with the original members. Included is an insert featuring rare pix and liner notes by Jeremy Cargill (Ugly Things/Got Kinda Lost), telling the bizarre story of the band for the first time.
Hackensack - Up The Hardway
Hackensack
Up The Hardway
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
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Classic, raw UK blues-hard-rock from 1973 featuring powerful guitar player / vocalist Nicky Moore. From original masters. Insert with full band history by Pete Sarfas of Audio Archives plus rare photos and memorabilia.
With a name taken from a Thelonious Monk album track, Hackensack became in the early 70s one of Britain's hardest rocking and hardest working acts and are still remembered fondly today by those who experienced their unforgettable, powerhouse live shows. “Up The Hard Way” was their debut album, recorded in late '73 at De Lane Lea Studios, Wembley , and released the following year on the Polydor label, housed in a fab sleeve by Jim Fitzpatrick.
Musically, it’s a varied album which goes from hard-rock to blues and rural rock.
Includes a 8-page insert telling the comprehensive history of the group from their Gas Avenue roots in 1969 to 2019, plus many rare photos and memorabilia.
This is the first ever official vinyl reissue, a must for all fans of a band who deserved to be as big as Free, touring with them twice, yet ultimately let down by Island Records.
Alacran - Alacran
Alacran
Alacran
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Powerful hard-rock with West Coast, psychedelic, prog and latin-rock touches from Spain, 1971, featuring killer lead guitar and organ, sung in English. The missing link between Los Brincos and Barrabas!
Alacran was a Spanish power-trio formed by legendary drummer, songwriter & producer FERNANDO ARBEX along with guitar/keyboard player OSCAR LASPRILLA and bass player/singer IGNACIO ‘IÑAKI’ EGAÑA.
Fernando and Oscar had previously played in famous Spanish beat band Los Brincos: Fernando was a founding member and Oscar, who came from Colombia - where he had been part of Los Speakers – was recruited for their final line-up, recording with them the psych masterpiece “Mundo, Demonio y Carne”. Iñaki Egaña was an acclaimed bass player who came from psych/blues band Los Buenos.
So, basically we’re talking about three of the best musicians from the Spanish 60s-70s scene.
When they started to play together, chemistry occurred and soon, guided by Fernando, they entered the studio to lay down some tracks. “Alacran” was the result, the only album by this short-lived power-trio, recorded in 1969 but not released until 1971 (as a self-released edition, distributed by the Zafiro label).
It was released in Spain and Brazil but despite the good reviews and interest from some record labels in the US, the band never got to play live and soon they split.
Alacran was over but Barrabas, featuring Fernando and Iñaki, was born
Lucifer Was - Underground And Beyond
Lucifer Was
Underground And Beyond
LP | 1997 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1997 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Killer hard psych-prog from Norway!
“Underground And Beyond” was the debut album by cult proto-metal band LUCIFER WAS, containing songs written in 1971-72 but not recorded until 1997. Fully 70s analogue & powerful sound with devastating distorted lead guitar & flute. Imagine a cross between JETHRO TULL, BLACK SABBATH and ATOMIC ROOSTER!
Remastered sound, colour insert with liner notes by Klemen Breznikar (It’s Psychedelic Baby) plus rare photos.
Second Sign - Second Sign
Second Sign
Second Sign
LP | 1975 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1975 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Mid-70s UK hard/progressive/psychedelic band in the vein of Narnia, Saturnalia or Fruupp with connections to doom outfit Warlord. Featuring female vocalist Irene Menasche. This is the first ever vinyl release of their 1975 studio recordings. Music ranges from ultra-raw hard-rock to folk-rock, culminating in the 9-minute epic psych-prog masterpiece “Golden Age”.
Three-Headed Dog - Hound Of Hades
Three-Headed Dog
Hound Of Hades
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
A mysterious three-piece from Birmingham, Three-Headed Dog played underground hard-rock, clearly influenced by early Judas Priest and Wishbone Ash. Before disappearing in the mist of time, they left behind an ultra rare demo tape - recorded in 1973 - which included a couple of cover versions from Wild Turkey and Edgar Broughton Band along with self-penned material. This demo was handled to Norman Hood, manager of other Brum bands such as Necromandus and Flying Hat Band, who was involved in promoting Three-Headed Dog at the time.
Vox Die - Jeremias Pies De Plomo
Vox Die
Jeremias Pies De Plomo
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Third album, originally released in 1972, by Argentinean power–trio VOX DEI. Solid hard–rock / heavy–blues with cool folky/acoustic touches, killer guitar leads and vocals.
Master tape sound and poster.
Formed in Buenos Aires in 1967, Vox Dei were one of the leading 70s rock band from Argentine. Originally born as a quartet, they soon mutated into a wild power–trio (Ricardo Soulé on guitar, Willy Quiroga on bass and Rubén Basoalto on drums). "Jeremías, Pies de Plomo" was released on the Disc Jockey label just after their legendary concept album "The Bible".
McPhee - McPhee
McPhee
McPhee
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
One of the rarest albums from Australia, originally released in 1971 on the Violets Holiday label.
Acid-rock / prog-psych with jam / club live feel: long tracks, powerful female / male vocals, prominent Hammond and hard guitar.
Wild covers of Spooky Tooth, Beatles, Neil Young…plus a couple of killer originals.
Mandrake Paddle Steamer - Pandemonium Shadow Show
Mandrake Paddle Steamer
Pandemonium Shadow Show
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Previously unreleased recordings, 1968/1970, by British quintessential psychedelic / progressive band MANDRAKE PADDLE STEAMER / MANDRAKE, culled from the band’s archive of reel tapes and acetates.
Pure late 60s UK psychedelic sound with early prog moves, plenty of Hammond and fuzzed out guitar, powerful vocals... Including such lost gems as the Barrett-Floyd sounding "The World Whistles By", killer psych-rockers like "Pandemonium Shadow Show" or "Doris The Piper", the mellotron fuelled "October Country" and more!
Unlike other 60s British bands who changed their music to 'psychedelic' or 'progressive' with the time, MPS were born "progressive" from day one. Formed in 1967 in Walthamstow (London) by a core of art school students, their members were Brian Engel, Martin Briley, Paula Riordan, Martin Hooker and Barry Nightingale (later replaced by David Potts).
During their short lifespan (1967-1970), MPS supported big names like Pink Floyd, The Nice or Vanilla Fudge. They played at the Isle Of Wight Festival, had a residence at the Star Club in Germany and ran their own club night (Asgard).
Signed to the Parlophone label (though the band was aiming to be part of the more progressive Harvest imprint) they released in 1969 the “Strange Walking Man” 45, recorded at Abbey Road and now widely considered a lost British psychedelic classic (check Rubbles, Perfumed Garden, etc). Due to lack of promotion and interest from their record label, the 45 went nowhere. After some line-up changes and shortening their name to just Mandrake, the band definitively split in 1970.
“Pandemonium Shadow Show” collects studio recordings registered by Mandrake Paddle Steamer / Mandrake during 1968/1970 at various London studios such as Regent, Orange and other unknown locations. Some of these tracks had been previously included on several bootleg albums with inferior sound quality / wrong titles and others have remained unreleased until now.
Flibbertigibbet - Whistling Jigs To The Moon
Flibbertigibbet
Whistling Jigs To The Moon
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Originally released in South Africa in 1978, “Whistling Jigs To The Moon” is not only a very rare and sought-after album but also a wonderful collection of traditional and original folk tunes with a strong Celtic influence. Featuring Alison O’ Donnell and David Williams from psych-folk legends MELLOW CANDLE.
In 1974, following the break-up of Mellow Candle, Alison and David arrived to South Africa. Once there, they met a couple of fellow expat musicians, Barrie Glenn and Jo Dudding, forming Flibbertigibbet in a niche folk and traditional circle of immigrant and local musicians, building up a repertoire of tunes and songs both original and traditional. They appeared at evenings held in communal houses, at folk nights and the Boksburg Folk Club.
Producer David Marks offered to release their album and launch it in a series of concerts at the renowned Market Theatre. They enlisted the help of a number of fine musicians on the recording, namely classical first violinist Francesco Cignoli, jazz bassist Denis Lalouette, Nippy Cripwell on string bass, Colin Shapiro on flute and Dave Lambert on fiddle.
“Whistling Jigs To The Moon” saw the light in 1978.
First ever legit vinyl reissue, master tape sound and insert with lyrics, liner notes and photos
Benoit Widemann - Tsunami
Benoit Widemann
Tsunami
LP | 1979 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1979 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
Second album, released in 1979, by French keyboard wizard Benoit Widemann (ex-Magma). “Tsunami” is an incredible mix of electronics and jazz-fusion with prog / avant-garde /minimal elements. Treated Minimoog, Oberheim synths, Rhodes, early computer sequencing plus bass, drums, guitar, sax… Featuring Jean-Pierre Fouquey (ex-Magma), Jean-Pierre Grasset (Verto) and Jean-Paul Ceccarelli among others.
"Digital computer-based sound in 1979! We were the avant-garde!" - Benoit Widemann.
Cem Karaca Ve Dervisan - Parka
Cem Karaca Ve Dervisan
Parka
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
“PARKA” was the fourth album by Turkish legend CEM KARACA, originally released in 1977 and which was a compilation of singles released in Turkey between 1969 and 1976, featuring Dervisan, Kardaslar, Apaslar and Mogollar.
You can expect the usual dose of powerful and deep vocals by Karaca backed by great Anatolian arrangements. You can expect the usual dose of powerful and deep vocals by Karaca backed by great Anatolian arrangements.
Bridge, The - Overdrive – Rock/Jazz - Party
Bridge, The
Overdrive – Rock/Jazz - Party
LP | 1972 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1972 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
First ever vinyl reissue of this fabulous kraut, jazz-funk / fusion / rare grove / library album from 1972, originally released on the budget Tempo label from Germany. Lots of fuzzy distorted organ & Fender Rhodes courtesy of Kristian Schultze (pre-Passport) plus the mighty Pawel Jazerbski on bass and Joe Nay (Tete Montoliu, Roland Kirk, Blue Note Club…) on drums.
Master tape sound, original artwork and insert with liner notes.
Aragorn - Night Is Burning
Aragorn
Night Is Burning
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
There are few bands who can claim to have built their reputation on one single, but such is the situation for Aragorn, formed in Chesire in 1978. They were one of the first acts to sign to Neat Records as the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal erupted, but fate conspired to ensure that they only ever released one single, the killer ‘Black Ice’ / ‘Noonday’, which has definitely become something of a cult 45 among aficionados of the genre. Here it is along with 12 tracks taken from their not released at the time album from 1982/3. A must for anyone into obscure, 70s styled hard-rock and early metal.
Claude Lombard - Claude Lombard Chante
Claude Lombard
Claude Lombard Chante
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Sommor)
22,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Pop
“If you know the 1968 Eurovision song, or the TV kids cartoons tunes which Claude Lombard sang, it will be hard to believe what's happening there...Beautiful pop songs sung in French by this Belgian maverick (who worked with Luciano Berio) swirling upon wonderful 60's abstract-expressionism orchestrations: chimes and ondes Martenots among lovely dream bass lines and organ drifting, with dreamy use of echoes, reverbs and sometimes electronics.
There are incredibly beautiful songs here, and probably one of the unique example of French songs with really gorgeous, untypical sound work, closer to some UK and US proto-psychedelic orchestration in pop world. It was by the time a complete commercial flop… A shame of course considering the quality of compositions offered here by Claude Lombard herself, who have no shame to feel if one compare the elegance of her work to an inspired and electronic version of Michel Legrand...
Any serious fan of Broadcast or Stereolab will fall in love forever with this true secret gem, to say the least...And no need to mention the kaleidoscopic design of the cover, mesmerizing and perfectly illustrating the content. Masterpiece here? Hell yes! And you can forget about the cartoon tunes of your lazy childhood...” - Emmanuel Holterbach
Rupture - Israel Suite / Dominante En Bleu
Rupture
Israel Suite / Dominante En Bleu
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Impossible to find Spiritual Jazz / Funk / Groove / Psych rarity from France, 1973.

Rupture was born when famous French songwriter Boris Bergman (France Gall, Dalida, etc) decided to record a conceptual album about the history of Israel. He approached ace drummer and singer Sylvain Krief (Airto Fogo, Michel Fugain, Aznavour, Clark Terry, Bud Powell, etc) and soon, other musicians joined: Jean-François Jenny-Clark (Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, etc) on bass, Georges Locatelli (Total Issue) on guitar, Jean-Pierre Mas (piano, organ, guitar, vocals…) In resume, Rupture was a kind of super-group featuring some of the best musicians from the Euro jazz / progressive / fusion scene. It also included collaborations by Michel Fugain and Nicole Croisille.

The album was recorded over a period of three months and the result was released as a very limited private pressing with help from the Futura label. Arranged by Sylvain Krief and Jean-Pierre Mas, “Israel Suite” included a side-long suite on side A and shorter songs on Side B. An incredible mix of vocal / spiritual jazz, funk, progressive, jazz-pop, psych…
Ertlif - Relics From The Past
Ertlif
Relics From The Past
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Previously unreleased ’74–75 homemade recordings by Swiss prog /psych legends Ertlif.

Raw, in–your–face hard–progressive sound with ultra–loud fuzz–wah guitar plus Hammond, Mellotron, synths, powerful (English) vocals...

A great find for anyone into underground psychedelia.
Fusioon - Farsa Del Buen Vivir
Fusioon
Farsa Del Buen Vivir
LP | 1974 | EU | Reissue (Sommor)
21,99 €*
Release:1974 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
This second album – released in 1974 – by Fusioon is one of the masterpieces from the 70s Catalan / Spanish psychedelic / progressive scene.

Plenty of Hammond, Moog, effects, solid rhythm section, distorted lead guitar, highly inventive arrangements…
Killing Floor - Out Of Uranus
Proyecto A - Proyecto A + Proyecto B (2Lp)
Proyecto A
Proyecto A + Proyecto B (2Lp)
2LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Sommor)
27,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Cosmic acid-psych-soul-funk-prog extravaganza from Spain, 1971! A delirious concept album about the solar system and its planets, fuelled by fuzz-wah guitars, powerful and crazy vocals, bizarre electronic effects, Hammond organ, soulful horns and funky drums. This reissue also includes the previously unreleased 'Proyecto B' recordings from 1974, which were meant for the (unissued) second Proyecto A album.
This material features founder Frank Dubé backed by the famous Spanish prog band Iceberg and sax/flute player Juan Mena (ex-Maquina and Eddie Lee Mattison Band). A must for fans of Latin-psych-funk and library/cinematic sounds! The 8-page insert offers rare photos and detailed liner notes in Catalan, Spanish and English.
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