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Releases on file (10)
Allan Holdsworth — I.O.U. Allan Holdsworth — I.O.U.
(Enigma CDE-73252, 1985, CD)
Allan Holdsworth — Metal Fatigue Allan Holdsworth — Metal Fatigue
(Enigma 7 72562-2, 1985, CD)
Allan Holdsworth — Atavachron Allan Holdsworth — Atavachron
(Enigma CDE-73203, 1986, CD)
Devo — Total Devo Devo — Total Devo
(Enigma D2-73303, 3303-2, 1988, CD)
Bill Nelson — A Catalogue of Obsessions Bill Nelson — A Catalogue of Obsessions
(Enigma 7 73379-2, 1984/1989, CD)
Bill Nelson — Chamber of Dreams (Music from the Invisibility Exhibition) Bill Nelson — Chamber of Dreams (Music from the Invisibility Exhibition)
(Enigma 7 73377-2, 1984/1989, CD)
Bill Nelson — Map of Dreams Bill Nelson — Map of Dreams
(Enigma 7 73389-2, 1987/1989, CD)
Bill Nelson — Pavilions of the Heart and Soul Bill Nelson — Pavilions of the Heart and Soul
(Enigma 7 73378-2, 1984/1989, CD)
Bill Nelson — The Summer of God's Piano Bill Nelson — The Summer of God's Piano
(Enigma 7 73376-2, 1984/1989, CD)
Devo — Smooth Noodle Maps Devo — Smooth Noodle Maps
(Enigma 7 72757-2, 1990, CD)

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M.A.S.S. - Mysteria – In the early 70s there was the legendary Krautrock band Mythos, led by multi-instrumentalist Stephan Kaske. Over the decades Kaske remained active as a musician, ultimately becoming a solo electronic...  (2008) » Read more

Bill Frisell - Unspeakable – Bill Frisell’s first Grammy winning CD is a major achievement on many fronts. Frisell doesn’t blow you away like many other experienced guitarists — he is the cardinal of understatement,...  (2006) » Read more

Bill Bruford / Michiel Borstlap - In Two Minds – Drummer Bill Bruford’s desire to pursue an on-going dialog with pianist Michiel Borstlap continues with this live recording across four separate 2006 European gigs. Each piece is an improvisation...  (2009) » Read more

Christian Vander Trio - 65! – Don't be fooled by the title of this one. It's the second (and latest) album by the Christian Vander Trio and not a re-release of Vander out-takes from 1965 (although that in itself would be a...  (1995) » Read more

Goad - In the House of the Dark Shining Dreams – During the last decade several Italian bands which hit the big time in the 70s have got back on track. Some examples are Arti & Mestieri, Museo Rosenbach, and Osanna. Others, on the contrary, had...  (2008) » Read more



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