Mingus Dynasty was recorded in 1959, alongside its companion album, Mingus Ah Um. With two different ensembles at his disposal, Mingus musically challenged the musicians as they’d never been challenged before. The results speak for themselves. This vinyl reissue was mastered from original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman, pressed on 180gram vinyl at Pallas in Germany, and is limited to 2,000 units worldwide. The jacket includes liner notes from Mingus himself.
This release has long been considered Thelonious Monk's acknowledgement to the flourishing youth-oriented subculture from whence the collection takes its name. Certainly the Grammy-winning cover - which depicts Monk as a World War II French revolutionary toting an automatic weapon - gave the establishment more than the brilliant swinging sounds in the grooves to consider. Underground became Monk's penultimate studio album, as well as the final release to feature the '60s quartet: Charlie Rouse, Ben Riley, and Larry Gales. This 180gram audiophile-grade pressing was mastered from analog tapes.
Tracklist Side A More Than 2 Sides (Hillyard) Measure of a Man (Sherley) Now That You Know (Wheeler / Pitman) The Giver (Hillyard / Wheeler) Somebody Done Changed The Lock on My Door (Weldon) Song of the Underground Railroad (Traditional arr. Hillyard)
Side B Home is Where the Hatred Is (Scott-Heron) Take a Chance on Me (Hillyard) Ulysses (Hillyard) Someone Else’s Love Song (Hillyard) Dark Before Dawn (Hillyard)
Personnel: David Hillyard – Tenor and Baritone Saxophones, Backing Vocals on 5 Larry McDonald – Percussion Jimmy Boom – Drums Chiquis Lozoya – Bass, Backing Vocals on 2-5, 8-10 Devin Morrison – Guitar Ray Jacildo – Organ, Piano Sean Wheeler – Lead Vocals on 2-5, 7-10 Alex Desert – Backing Vocals on 2-5, 8-10 Glen Pine – Trombone on 1-3, 7 Buford O’Sullivan – Trombone on 5, 8, 10,11 Luigi De Gaspari – Trombone, Bass Trombone on 4, 6, 10 Rich Graiko – Trumpet on 1, 6, 7, 8, 10 Rolf Langsjoen – Trumpet on 2,4, 5 Tommy Mattioli – Balafon on 6, Vibraphone on 7,10,11 Jayson Nugent – Pick Guitar on 4 , 7 Micah Nelson – Harmonica on 9
Recorded at Hen House Studios by Harlan Steinberger.
Additional overdubs recorded by David Hillyard at Studio Slack, Nico Leonard at Pum Pum Hotel, Luigi De Gaspari, Buford O’Sullivan, Ray Jacildo, and Rich Graiko.
All songs mixed by Harlan Steinberger at Hen House Studios.
Produced by David Hillyard, Andrew Rossiter, and Harlan Steinberger.
Mastering by Bernie Grundman.
Photos of Larry McDonald & David Hillyard by Kristin Laughter
Photo of Sean Wheeler by Brian Kasnyik.
Cover art design and layout by Jeremy Lublin
Special Thanks to: All our families, All the musicians who played on the album, Harlan Steinberger and Hen House Studios, Andrew Rossiter at Org Music, and all the Rocksteady 7 band members worldwide, past and present.
Originally released in 1960, and on the heels of Giant Steps, Coltrane Jazz came in the midst of the saxophonist's peak Atlantic period. The album is among several recordings that Coltrane issued from 1959-1961, and which, ultimately, forever changed the face of music. Not surprisingly, Miles Davis' influence is felt throughout; his rhythm section is used on all but one selection. This reissue was mastered from the original master tapes at 45rpm with meticulous care, pressed on two 180gram LPs, and is housed in an old school tip-on style gatefold jacket. The essential edition of Coltrane Jazz.
Here we have the free-floating, abstract beginnings of Weather Report, which would define the state of the electronic jazz/rock art from its first note almost to its last. Their first album is a direct extension of the Miles Davis In a Silent Way/Bitches Brew period, more fluid in sound and more volatile in interplay. All Music calls it one of the most impressive debuts of all time by a jazz group. Weather Report is getting new life with this incredible pressing. Mastered from original tapes at 45rpm, pressed on two 180 gram audiophile-grade vinyl, and housed in an oldschool tip-on gatefold jacket.
Good God’s Urge is the second and final release from Porno For Pyros, the Los Angeles-based alternative rock band featuring former Jane’s Addiction members Perry Farrell and Stephen Perkins. The album includes performances by legendary bassists Mike Watt and Flea, as well as former Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro. The album was remastered for vinyl and pressed at Pallas Group in Germany.
Track List A1 Porpoise Head 4:14 A2 100 Ways 3:42 A3 Tahitian Moon 3:47 A4 Kimberly Austin 3:13 A5 Thick Of It All 4:43 B1 Good God's://Urge! 3:52 B2 Wishing Well 3:40 B3 Dogs Rule The Night 3:22 B4 Freeway 4:23 B5 Bali Eyes 3:26
Louis Armstrong & His All Stars Jazz Is Back In Grand Rapids 2x Black Vinyl
This 1956 concert by Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars is a historical gem, which is finally getting its vinyl debut with this double LP release. Recorded on March 26, 1956, at the Civic Auditorium in Grand Rapids, MI, it affords jazz fans a chance to hear what the barnstorming Armstrong's shows were like in heartland America. Armstrong's affable presence is pervasive, but not always center stage, as each member of the All-Stars gets his turn in the course of the revue. The release was remastered for vinyl from analog tape and pressed at Pallas Group in Germany.
Track List A1 Sleepy Time Down South 2:54 A2 Back Home Again in Indiana 4:19 A3 The Gypsy 4:35 A4 Ole Miss 4:16 B1 Tin Roof Blues 4:33 B2 Bucket’s Got A Hole In It 4:34 B3 Perdido 3:27 B4 Dardanella 2:56 C1 How High The Moon 4:50 C2 Mack The Knife 3:59 C3 Margie 2:19 C4 Blues A la Hey Bob-A-Rebob 3:25 D1 That’s My Desire 3:59 D2 Kokomo 5:16 D3 When The Saints Go Marching In 4:02
The third and final installment of Thelonious Monk’s London Collection, his last recording session as a band leader, finally gets its time to shine on vinyl. The recording features the legendary pianist/composer on six solo performances as well as five numbers with bassist Al McKibbon and drummer Art Blakey. It was remastered from original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman and pressed on 180gram audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas in Germany.
Tutankhamun, the 1969 album by avant-garde jazz pioneers Art Ensemble of Chicago, features performances by Lester Bowie, Joseph Jarman, Roscoe Mitchell and Malachi Favors Maghostut. As the AllMusic review states, "This landmark album is one of the most influential free jazz recordings in the '60s avant-garde canon.” Previously out of print for over three decades, Tutankhamun has been remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas in Germany. As a bonus, the reissue features “Tthinitthedalen" Part 1 and 2, closing out sides A and B, respectively.
A2. Tthinitthedalen Part
B1. The 9th Room
B2. Tthinitthedalen Part 2
Originally released in 1981, What We Do Is Secret is a collection of material recorded by American punk band the Germs between 1977 and 1980. The driving EP, under 20 minutes in length, encompasses the sound of the Southern California punk scene in the late 70’s. While most of the tracks come from various studio sessions, several live tracks from the group’s last show at the Starwood nightclub are featured on the record. The record was remastered for vinyl by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed at Pallas Group in Germany on transparent blue color vinyl.
FITTED is a new project from Bob Lee (The Freeks), Edvard Graham Lewis (Wire), Matthew Simms (Wire), and Mike Watt (Minutemen). The group first convened after just one practice to perform at Wire’s DRILL festival in 2017 in Los Angeles. On their debut album, First Fits, the freewheelin' pysch-pop powerhouse plows through six numbers over the course of 38 minutes, with Lewis and Watt trading lead vocal duties.
The vinyl release features a deluxe package with a gatefold jacket and lyric insert. - Limited edition pressing of 300 copies! Comes with a digital download on release date!
Track List: 1. Plug In The Jug 2. Training Pit Bulls For The Navy 3. The Legend of Lydmar Lucia 4. Magically Blessed 5. The Chunk That Got Chewed 6. The First Fit
Originally released by the legendary Sun Record Company in 1957, The Dance Album of Carl Perkins is as good as rock & roll gets, containing most of Perkins' anthems: "Blue Suede Shoes," "Movie Magg," "Gone, Gone, Gone," "Honey Don't," "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby," "Matchbox," "Boppin' the Blues," and "All Mama's Children." These tracks provided some of the toughest, rawest rockabilly, powered by Perkins' dynamic, gutsy guitar and earnest voice.
A1 Blue Suede Shoes A2 Movie Magg A3 Sure To Fall A4 Gone Gone Gone A5 Honey Don't A6 Only You A7 All Mama's Children B1 Tennessee B2 Wrong Yo Yo B3 Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby B4 Matchbox B5 Your True Love B6 Boppin' The Blues
Teamed up with pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Niels Pedersen and drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath for a club date at Copenhagen's Montmartre in 1967, the great tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin really stretches out on four numbers: "The Man I Love," "Hush-A-Bye," "Blues for Harvey" and a memorable version of "The Masquerade Is Over." Griffin shows why he was early on billed as "the world's fastest tenor" although he also displays warmth on "Sophisticated Lady." A fine example of Griffin's underrated talents. The album was remastered for vinyl from original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman, and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany.
This vinyl 7" was originally released on Record Store Day 2014, and featured the first new music to be released by Dot Hacker since their debut album, Inhibition. The A-side, Whatever You Want, is also featured on How's Your Process? (Work). The B-side, Memory, comes from How's Your Process? (Play).
As Scott Yanow puts it in his five-star review for AllMusic, "This is one of pianist-composer Thelonious Monk's greatest recordings and represents a high point in his career... essential for all jazz collections." Big Band and Quartet in Concert, Monk's fifth album for Columbia records, was recorded live at Lincoln Center in New York City on December 30, 1963. The album is coming back to vinyl for the first time in over two decades with this double LP 180gram reissue, which was mastered from original tapes by Bernie Grundman and pressed at Pallas in Germany for a true audiophile experience.
Track Listing: I Mean You Evidence (When It's) Darkness On The Delta Oska T. Played Twice Four In One Epistrophy
A2 Rat Bastards at Every Turn
A4 Was Never There
A5 Fall From Grace
B4 The Ride
Recorded and Mixed by Eric Palmquist
Assistant engineering by - Steven Aguilar, Nate Nauseda (Prairie Sun), Michael Craver, Cameron Rochte
Mix Assistant - Steven Aguilar
Mix Prep on Barreling - Cameron Rochte
Preformed by Josh Klinghoffer
Jack Irons - Drums on 1,2,4,6,7
Chris Warren - Percussion on 4
Flea - Bass on 4
Clint Walsh - Guitar and Lapsteel on 6
Eric Avery - Bass on 8
Eric Gardner - Drums on 8
Dan Elkan - Guitar on 10
Segue strings written and arranged by Nate Walcott
Recorded sporadically between September 2018 and August 2019 at Prairie Sun Studios, Palmquist Recording Studio, Now Space.
Mastered at Infrasonic Mastering by Dave Gardner.
Tenor-saxophonist Dexter Gordon was in peak form when recording at Copenhagen’s Legendary Jazzhus Montmartre in 1967. A portion of that recording would later become Body & Soul, an album originally released by Black Lion Records, which had been out of press on vinyl for almost three decades. Now, just shy of fifty years after the performance was recorded, the album finally receives the audiophile treatment it deserves with this 180gram vinyl reissue, pressed at Pallas in Germany.
A1 Like Someone In Love
A2 There Will Never Be Another You
B1 Body And Soul
B2 Blues Walk
This superior reissue combines together two sessions led by vibraphonist Milt Jackson. The first side of Plenty, Plenty Soul, which features a nine-piece group, is highlighted by the contributions of the exuberant altoist Cannonball Adderley, while the flip side has a sextet that is not hurt by the solos of tenor-saxophonist Lucky Thompson. With pianist Horace Silver helping out on both sessions, these all-star dates still sound fresh and enthusiastic decades later. Mastered from original analog tapes and pressed on 180 gram vinyl, this is THE essential pressing of this classic album.
Io Sono Quel Che Sono B/W Menina Mulher Da Pele Preta Black 7" Vinyl
Pluralone is a new project from multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Josh Klinghoffer. While best known as the current guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Klinghoffer also fronts the group Dot Hacker, and has played with a long list of notable artists over the years. Pluralone's debut single release features two covers, both in languages foreign to Klinghoffer. "Io Sono Quel Che Sono” was originally popularized by Italian singer Mina. "Menina Mulher Da Pele Preta” was written and performed by Brazilian popular musician Jorge Ben. Klinghoffer performs all instrumentals and vocals for both tracks. The collage artwork was created by Dot Hacker drummer, Eric Gardner.
Track List: 1. Io Sono Quel Che Sono 2. Menina Mulher Da Pele Preta
Daniel Johnston's major label debut Fun was originally released in 1994 on Atlantic Records while he was housed in a mental institution. Featuring some of Daniel's finest songwriting and boasting the most "accessible" sound of his eccentric and deep catalog, producer Paul Leary (Butthole Surfers) eloquently preserves the singer/songwriter's earnest appeal and wraps it in sympathetic musical support. The aspiring cartoonist's playful, symbol-heavy sketches have graced many of his album covers, including Fun.
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Pluralone (pronounced ""plural one"") is the solo project of multi- instrumentalist and songwriter Josh Klinghoffer, whose debut album ‘To Be One With You’ was released in November 2019. This single, ""Nowhere I Am"" b/w “Directrix"", is the third in a series of b-side releases from those album sessions. Klinghoffer is joined by former bandmate Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and drummer Jack Irons on ""Nowhere I Am”, but takes on all other duties himself across both songs.
The Spiritual, a free jazz album recorded by the Art Ensemble of Chicago in 1974, finds the group of stellar musicians at their creative peak. With various types of percussion, though the absence of a traditional drummer, the ensemble is able to create vivid, freeing compositions without the confines of conventional structure. The quartet, consisting of Joseph Jarman, Roscoe Mitchell, Lester Bowie, and Malachi Favors, explore the depths of Avant-Garde Jazz through a means that has yet to be touched on in a comparable capacity. Previously released on red color vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day, The Spiritual will now be widely available on 180gram black vinyl. Mastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering. Pressed at Pallas Group in Germany.
A2 Lori Son
A3 That The Evening Sky Fell Through The Glass Wall And We Stood Alone Somewhere?
Twelve days after Louis Armstrong died, his old friend Earl Hines recorded a solo tribute to the great trumpeter/vocalist. This album, one of three that Hines recorded in a two-day period, features eight songs associated with Satch including "Struttin' with Some Barbeque," "A Kiss to Build a Dream On," "Someday You'll Be Sorry" and two versions of Armstrong's theme "When It's Sleepy Time Down South."
This set should be of particular interest to Earl Hines collectors for the pianist rarely performed most of these songs, and he gives fresh heartfelt renditions to the standards. The recordings were remastered for vinyl at Infrasonic Mastering for this pressing, the first in decades.
A1 When It's Sleepy Time Down South
A2 Struttin' With Some Barbecue
A3 A Kiss To Build A Dream On
A4 Pennies From Heaven
B2 Muskrat Ramble
B3 Blueberry Hill
B4 Some Day You'll Be Sorry
B5 When It's Sleepy Time Down South
Description Influential jazz pianist Earl Hines is in top form on this brilliant solo set, recorded in November of 1972 in New York City. The recording fined Hines near the peak of his creativity, taking wild chances with time and coming up with fresh new variations on these veteran standards. Now it's sounding better than ever on this audiophile-grade reissue, which was mastered from original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman and pressed on 180gram vinyl at Pallas in Germany.
Track Listing: A1 When Your Lover Has Gone A2 Indian Summer A3 Mack The Knife B1 I Never Knew (I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You B2 Say It Isn't So B3 Lonesome Road
London Collection, Volume 2 is the second installment of Thelonious Monk’s final recording session as a band leader. The album features bassist Al McKibbon and drummer Art Blakey backing up Monk as he plays eight original tunes. It was remastered from original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman for the first vinyl pressing in over 27 years.
Originally released for Record Store Day 2015 as an exclusive clear vinyl edition, it will now see a wide release on 180gram audiophile-grade black vinyl, pressed at Pallas Group in Germany.
Track Listing: A1 Evidence A2 Misterioso A3 Crepuscule With Nellie A4 I Mean You B1 Criss Cross B2 Ruby My Dear B3 Nutty (Take 2) B4 Hackensack
Throughout a fifty year recording career, Glenn Copeland's music has defied categorization and genre. He is delighted to announce the forthcoming re-issue of his extraordinary but little-known album, 'Primal Prayer.' Primal Prayer was originally self-released in 2004 under the nom de plume 'Phynix' to a small but appreciative audience. It's 8 tracks are a rhythmically complex and wildly creative fusion of jazz, world, dance and classical genres.
A1 La Vita
A2 Back to Bachland
A3 Heaven In Your Heart
A4 Between the Veils
B1 This Side of Grace
B2 In the Image
B3 A Little Talk
B4 A Song and Many Moons
David Hillyard & The Rocksteady 7 have been blending their unique mix of Jamaican music and jazz for over twenty years. Band leader David Hillyard (The Slackers, Hepcat) has assembled a rotating team of expert players for both studio sessions and live shows, featuring such recurring members as Larry McDonald (Carlos Malcolm, Lee Scratch Perry, Toots & the Maytals), Eddie Ocampo, Vic Ruggiero (The Slackers), and more. Playtime features vocal performances from Hepcat crooners Alex Desert and Greg Lee.
Playtime is group's first official record, originally released in 1999 by Hellcat Records. This lively mix of American jazz, world music, and roots is coming to vinyl for the first time in 2019.
Side A: A1. Sidney's March A2. Hillyard Street A3. The Fool A4. Father And Son A5. Playtime A6. Angry Lady
Side B: B1. Ugly Man Blues B2. Norwegian Wood B3. Skavez B4 Peace
Rolling Stone's 1990 review of The Replacement's final album opened with the line, "America's best band is back where it belongs: the garage." Fast forward to 2013, when the band reunites for some long-awaited live shows. All Shook Down has now been remastered from original analog tapes, with a quality pressing it has never seen, giving new life to this classic LP for its first ever US release on vinyl.
Cecil Taylor’s solo piano set at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1974 drew critical acclaim, earning five star reviews from the Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide and AllMusic’s Scott Yanow. The set features Taylor's five-movement work "Silent Tongues”, along with two encores. After being out of print for nearly four decades, the classic live album has been remastered at Infrasonic Mastering and pressed on audiophile-grade vinyl at Pallas Group in Germany. Silent Tongues is a must-have for fans of Taylor and collectors of free jazz.
A1. Abyss (First Movement), Petals & Filaments (Second Movement), Jitney (Third Movement)
A2. Crossing Pt. 1
B1. Crossing Pt. 2
B2. After All
B3. Jitney No. 1
B4. After All No. 2
Way Out Yonder is the second live release from Terry Riley & Gyan Riley, the duo comprised of iconic American composer and minimalist pioneer Terry Riley and his guitarist/composer son Gyan Riley. The album is comprised of spontaneous improvisations and compositions by both Terry and Gyan, captured during three performances in Canada, Japan and the US, and features the elder Riley on piano, voice, melodica and electronics. The album artwork was created by Barbara Falconer, who also painted the cover of Riley’s landmark 1978 release, Sri Camel.
William Hooker has been recognized as one of the most innovative musicians and drummers of his generation, leading a variety of ensembles within the worlds of free jazz, experimental, and new music. Hooker's prior collaborators range from avant garde jazz musicians to indie rock legends like Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth. On his latest work, “Symphonie of Flowers”, Hooker weaves three sections into a whole, or a “symphonie” of sorts. As he says, “the piece begins and ends with the drum…my instrument. Its rhythm and variations of timbre are the stabilizing element.”
TRACK LIST A1 Chain Gangs A2 Freedom Riders B1 Rastafarian B2 Mud Cloth C1 Jazz C2 Soul D1 Hieroglyphics
Formed in Vallejo, California in the 1950's, The Viscaynes were a high school doo-wop group who are said to be the first recorded singing group of Sylvester Stewart (aka Sly Stone), and the launching point of his extensive career. The group gained some early notoriety with a performance on Dick Stewart's Dance Party, after which they were introduced to producer George Motola. Charting on KYA radio's top 60 chart in 1961, "Yellow Moon" became a hit song for The Viscaynes, though they split up around the time of the song's popularity. "The Viscaynes & Friends" is the first official full-length release from the group, coming to light only after a master tape reel was discovered more than half a century since the group disbanded. The release features seven tracks from Sly and The Viscaynes, along with one cut from the The Individuals and two from The Precisions, all of which were produced by Motola.
TRACK LIST 1. Help Me With My Broken Heart 2. Without Success 3. You've Forgotten Me 4. Yellow Moon 5. Mama Told Me 6. You're My Only Love 7. A Long Time Alone 8. Uncle Sam Needs You 9. Heavenly Angel 10. Eight Reasons Why
Los Angeles-based outfit Oozelles (pronounced: oo-ZELZ), who made their debut last year with a seven inch on Third Man Records, are back with their first full length album. The group features members and ex-members of Warpaint, Starlite Desperation, Dante Vs Zombies, Sex Stains, Detroit Cobras, and many others. They describe their unique, eclectic, weirdo punk sound as "a stickier, sub tropical Birthday Party, Contortions or CAN ghost writing for The Gun Club or The Flesh Eaters." The self-titled album, produced by frontman Dante White Aliano, will be available on LP, CD, and digital formats this May, via ORG Music.
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Jerry Lee's Greatest! is the second album from rock & roll's first great wild man, originally released in 1961 by the legendary Sun Record Company. The album includes Lewis's biggest hit, "Great Balls of Fire," which had been left off of his debut LP. The album has been remastered for vinyl and is presented true to form with original artwork and liner notes.
Track Listing: A1 Money A2 As Long As I Live A3 Hillbilly Music A4 Breakup A5 Hello Hello Baby A6 Home B1 Let's Talk About Us B2 Great Balls Of Fire B3 Frankie And Johnny B4 Cold Cold Heart B5 What'd I Say B6 Hello Josephine
Description: Here Swings The Judge is Milt Hinton’s first LP as a band leader, and includes intimate, private recordings featuring Ben Webster on tenor saxophone before his departure to Europe in 1964. The remaining tracks consist of dynamic studio recordings produced by Harry Lim, and feature prominent players such as Jon Faddis and Budd Johnson. These sessions range from the swinging “Blue Skies,’ to the slow, serene blues of “Blues for the Judge.” This is truly an impressive collection of recordings from the group of early jazz musicians.
Track List: A1 Blue Skies A2 Blues For The Judge A3 It Had To Be You B1 Sophisticated Lady B2 Stridin' With Ben B3 All The Things You Are
Description: Recorded live in July of 1967 at the legendary Jazzhus Montmartre in Copenhagen, this selection finds tenor-saxophonist Dexter Gordon and his quartet (pianist Kenny Drew, bassist Niels Pederson and drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath) in top form. Two of the standards on this hard-swinging set (But Not for Me & Take the‘A’ Train) are over ten minutes long, allowing Gordon to stretch out creatively. The historic recording finally gets its vinyl debut with this 180gram audiophile-grade Pallas pressing.
Track Listing: A1 But Not For Me A2 Take The A Train B1 For All We Know
Recorded live at Slim’s in San Francisco, Mindfulness is the brilliant soundscape created by drummer William Hooker, along with Glenn Spearman on tenor saxophone and DJ Olive. The five Hooker compositions flow into each other, one after another, seamlessly, as if to take the listener on a musical voyage through time and space. The layers of vibrant sound, accompanied by trashing drums and shrieking sax show the incredible ability of each musician to take their instrumental vocabulary to a new level. The album receives its first ever vinyl release with this clear 2xLP pressing, featuring two unreleased bonus tracks, preivously only for Record Store Day, but now widely available.
1. Solemn Breath: Knowledge/In This Earth-Body 2. Flow-RT. 1 (Awake) 3. Principle of Duality 4. Living Organs-Parallel Planes 5. Archetypal Space History And Futures Architecture (The Book Of Numbers)