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Entourage - Ceremony Of Dreams: Studio sessions And Outtakes 1972-1977
Gwenifer Raymond - You Were Never Much Of A Dancer
Brigid Mae Power - The Two Worlds
Brigid Mae Power
The Two Worlds
LP | 2018 | US | Original (Tompkins Square)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ireland's BRIGID MAE POWER returns with a new album. The sadly topical first single, "Don't Shut Me Up (Politely)," seems to express what's on the minds of many women right now. Tompkins Square's Josh Rosenthal noted on social media, "I don't usually have the opportunity to say something political about the music I put out, but in the case of Brigid Mae Power's new single, 'Don't Shut Me Up (Politely),' I think this song may resonate with any woman who's been gaslit, mansplained to, paid less, bullied, sexually harassed by a C-List celebrity or famous movie producer, had her birth control systematically taken away, or told she had to go to another country or across state lines to get an abortion." The Two Worlds.
Harry Taussig & Max Ochs - The Music Of...
Harry Taussig & Max Ochs
The Music Of...
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Tompkins Square)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Fifty years before this release, Harry Taussig and Max Ochs were featured on the sampler LP 'Contemporary Guitar - Spring '67', alongside John Fahey, Robbie Basho and Bukka White. Both guitarists were "rediscovered" by Tompkins Square in 2005, and have since released new recordings for the label. 'The Music of Harry Taussig & Max Ochs' features newly recorded material, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Takoma sampler they first appeared on.
Harmony Rockets With Special Guest Peter Walker - Lachesis / Clotho / Atropos
Duck Baker - Le Blues Du Richmond: Demos & Outtakes 1973-1979
Sonny Clark Trio - The 1960 Time Sessions with George Duvivier and Max Roach
Larry Conklin & Jochen Blum - Jackdaw
Larry Conklin & Jochen Blum
Jackdaw
LP | 1981 | US | Reissue (Tompkins Square)
20,99 €*
Release:1981 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
The fourth LP in Tompkins Square's series of private press solo guitar reissues, all of artists featured on the compilation 'Imaginational Anthem Vol. 8'. This is a reissue of the first self-released album by Larry Conklin, who learnt how to play the guitar with a.o. John Renbourne, Leo Kottke, Django Reinhardt and Robert Johnson as his guiding lights. Originally released in 1980, the album contains beautiful solo 12-string acoustic guitar tracks, as well as gentle acoustic duets with violinist Jochen Blum.
Rick Deitrick - River Sun River Moon
Rick Deitrick
River Sun River Moon
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Tompkins Square)
19,94 €* 20,99 € -5%
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Tompkins Square is proud to release two solo acoustic guitar albums by Rick Deitrick. Gentle Wilderness was released as a private press LP in 1978. River Sun River Moon consists of previously unreleased recordings from the same time period. Rick pressed 500 copies of his tranquil solo guitar record, Gentle Wilderness, in 1978 on Niodrara Records, and sold many at performances and directly to music shops who would pay for them. He gave copies to various libraries and left a few albums in the middle of the wilderness, next to trails, “so people would find them.” Rick sought inspiration in nature and in particular the various rivers scattered around the Western United States, often composing songs seated beside them—and even occasionally perched on boulders in them. He never played the songs the same way twice and did two passes on each composition in studio. Rick would sometimes literally come straight out of the mountains and rush to the studio to record the ideas he’d gathered. Rick currently resides in Los Angeles, “still strumming, waiting for the other shoe to drop.”
Rick Deitrick - Gentle Wilderness
Rick Deitrick
Gentle Wilderness
LP | 1978 | US | Reissue (Tompkins Square)
20,99 €*
Release:1978 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Tompkins Square is proud to release two solo acoustic guitar albums by Rick Deitrick. Gentle Wilderness was released as a private press LP in 1978. River Sun River Moon consists of previously unreleased recordings from the same time period. Rick pressed 500 copies of his tranquil solo guitar record, Gentle Wilderness, in 1978 on Niodrara Records, and sold many at performances and directly to music shops who would pay for them. He gave copies to various libraries and left a few albums in the middle of the wilderness, next to trails, “so people would find them.” Rick sought inspiration in nature and in particular the various rivers scattered around the Western United States, often composing songs seated beside them—and even occasionally perched on boulders in them. He never played the songs the same way twice and did two passes on each composition in studio. Rick would sometimes literally come straight out of the mountains and rush to the studio to record the ideas he’d gathered. Rick currently resides in Los Angeles, “still strumming, waiting for the other shoe to drop.”
William C. Beeley - Gallivantin'
William C. Beeley
Gallivantin'
LP | 1972 | US | Reissue (Tompkins Square)
20,99 €*
Release:1972 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Tompkins Square reissues two albums by Texas singer/songwriter Will Beeley—the self-released mega-rare (only 200 copies) private press LP Gallivantin' from 1971, and Passing Dream, originally released by Malaco Records in 1979. Recorded in San Antonio, Gallivantin' shows Beeley's heartfelt, folky side—a wistful set of original tunes, plus a cover of Bob Dylan's "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" and a spaced-out, 10 minute-plus Eastern-influenced psych take on Buffy Sainte-Marie's "Little Wheel Spin & Spin / Co'Dine." Now a truck driver living in New Mexico, Will Beeley recently recorded his first new album since 1979's Passing Dream. Produced by Jerry David DeCicca of The Black Swans (who also produced Larry Jon Wilson's final album), the new one features Michael Guerra (The Mavericks), and is mixed by Stuart Sikes (Loretta Lynn's Van Lear Rose, Cat Power's The Greatest).
Tom Armstrong - The Sky Is An Empty Eye
Tom Armstrong
The Sky Is An Empty Eye
LP | 1987 | US | Reissue (Tompkins Square)
19,99 €*
Release:1987 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Tompkins Square's recent double-LP, Imaginational Anthem vol 8: The Private Press shed light on forgotten, impossibly rare guitar recordings spanning several decades. Tom Armstrong's The Sky Is An Empty Eye is the first of several reissues planned by Tompkins Square of full albums by artists featured on IA8. Armstrong's self-released LP from 1987 sports blissed out acoustic numbers like the one featured on IA8, along with some electric workouts and even a deep pysch vocal tune. Tom's main mode of distribution for the album was handing the LP to drunken patrons at a bar in Pinos Altos, NM. Now Tompkins Square makes it a bit easier to acquire.
Philip Lewin - Am I Really Here All Alone?
Philip Lewin
Am I Really Here All Alone?
LP | 1975 | US | Reissue (Tompkins Square)
19,99 €*
Release:1975 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
A reissue of this 1975 private press LP originally released in an edition of 300 signed and numbered copies. Remastered from the original tapes.
Harvey Mandel - Snake Pit
Harvey Mandel
Snake Pit
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Tompkins Square)
19,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Harvey Mandel is among the most innovative guitarists to emerge from the Chicago blues scene of the late 1960s. His career began at Twist City and other local hotspots, sharing stages with Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and Buddy Guy. He came up in that scene alongside Charlie Musselwhite, Mike Bloomfield, Barry Goldberg and Steve Miller, leading to an invitation from Bill Graham to open for Cream at San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium in August 1967. Mandel was a member of Canned Heat, appearing with them at Woodstock. He played on numerous John Mayall albums, and on the Rolling Stones' 1975 LP Black and Blue ("Hot Stuff", "Memory Motel"), having auditioned for Mick Taylor's job, which ultimately went to Ron Wood. Known for his "tapping" technique and sinewy, sustain-driven phrasing (thus his nickname, "The Snake"), Mandel's solo albums such as Cristo Redentor, Baby Batter and Righteous have been sampled and drooled over by guitar geeks, DJ's, and fans of funky, soulful, otherworldly composition. Harvey's fifteenth studio LP and his first widely distributed album in 20 years, Snake Pit was recorded in two days at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA. Harvey teamed with fellow Chicago-based musicians Ben Boye (keys), Ryan Jewell (drums), Brian Sulpizio (guitar), and Anton Hatwich (bass), who have all played with singer/songwriter Ryley Walker, among their many other musical pursuits. Harvey and the band had not met previously, nor had they rehearsed. He played snippets of song ideas for the band on his iPhone, and then they would lay down a track in one or two takes. Hard to believe when you hear the album, but that's exactly how it went down. Minimal overdubs with strings and percussion were added, but mostly what you hear is what happened spontaneously in the studio. The album contains six new original compositions by Mandel and two revisited songs : "Baby Batter" from his 1971 Janus LP of the same name, and "Before Six" by Larry Frazier, which appears on his first album, Cristo Redentor. Snake Pit marks a spirited return in a career that now spans six decades -- all the more intense and poignant given Harvey's recent battle with cancer.
Bob Brown - Willoughby's Lament
Kid Millions - Beyond The Confession: Kid Millions Reworks Harry Taussig
Michael Chapman - Fish
Dillard Chandler - The End Of An Old Song
Michael Hurley - Watertrain / Black & Yellow Bee
Daniel Bachman - Jesus Im A Sinner
Daniel Bachman - Seven Pines
William Tyler - Behold The Spirit
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