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log(m) & Laraaji
The Onrush Of Eternity

It feels like the label heads at Invisible Inc. should’ve warned us about putting together psychedelic shamans log(m) and Laraaji. The album these two have concocted is a limited edition triple-vinyl affair, meandering between the latter’s joyful life-affirming musings and the former’s insistent electronic soundscapes.
  • Vinyl Triple LP ( INVNC21LPTRI)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Vinyl Triple LP (INVINC21LP)
  • Limited edition

Laraaji
Sun Transformations


  • Vinyl LP (WAST055LP)
  • Limited edition

Laraaji
Bring On The Sun

A brand new selection of new studio recordings from celestial mood master Laraaji. From blissed-out jams to vocal hymns to trance-like drones this runs the the whole spectrum of his unique oeuvre. Recorded by Davey Jewell (Peaking Lights/Flaming Lips) this will be a must add to the collection of his long running series of unique creations. CD contains the previous vinyl only 'Sun Gong'. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (WAST054LP)
  • CD (WAST054CD)

Laraaji
Vision Songs Vol. 1

Laraaji is best known for his blissfully ambient instrumental new age works. This reissue of an obscure cassette release from 1984 see him adding soulful vocals to his hammered dulcimer, keyboard and rhythm machine. At times it’s a little reminiscent of Alice Coltrane’s recently reissued ashram recordings, though with a somewhat more secular vibe. Gently joyful songs with a lovely lo-fi home production, balmy and chilled out to an extreme degree. Available on LP and CD.
  • Vinyl LP (NUM79LP)
  • CD (NUM79CD)

Laraaji
Vision Songs LIVE!

Numero Group just reissued Laraaji’s Vision Songs Vol. 1, a 1984 cassette that saw the new age heavy-hitter change tack slightly to deliver a set of concise gospel-tinged songs. This ultra-limited cassette release captures a live revival of that album, stretched out to ninety minutes worth of extended jams, recorded at Brilliant Corners in London last year.
  • Artist(s):
  • Laraaji
  • Label(s):
  • CGB

Laraaji
Om Namah Shivaya

Probably most known for his release for Brian Eno’s ambient series Ambient 3: Day of Radiance, Laraaji crosses the lines between experimental ambient music and meditative trance states. Originally released on cassette in 1984, Om Namah Shivaya is a blurry casio keyboard piece backing his healing chanting vocals.
  • Vinyl LP (LR100LP)
  • £24.99 £14.99 (saving: £10.00)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Last copy

Laraaji
Ambient 3: Day Of Radiance

People forget that the 3rd part of Brian Eno’s Ambient series wasn’t just another solo Eno outing: it was actually mostly the work of Laraaji, the spiritual zither experimentalist. Ambient 3: Day Of Radiance is a lush and gorgeous thing whose influence stretches far. It has been remastered and is pressed to 180g vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. On Glitterbeat.
  • Vinyl LP (GBLP027)
  • CD (GBCD027)

Laraaji
Sun Gong

A major new work from sonic explorer and yoga fanatic Laraaji. A shimmering two track experiment on the tonalities of the gong as he shifts the sound of this most round of instruments through various electronic processes. This single LP will get you ready for the more extensive 'Bring On The Sun' which follows on later. 
  • Vinyl LP (WAST053LP)
  • Limited edition

Laraaji & Sun Araw
Professional Sunflow

Laraaji’s come a long way ever since being discovered by Brian Eno in 1979. Whodathunk he’d find himself singing and playing his zither in Germany and Switzerland alongside experimental music maker Sun Araw? Not us, that’s for sure. Professional Sunflow features live recordings from Leipzig and Lausanne. Electric rhythms and soundscapes, accompanied by guitar and keys, lift up the heartfelt vocals into long, beautiful and disorienting jams.
  • Vinyl Double LP (W25-01)
  • Artist(s):
  • Laraaji

Laraaji
Celestial Vibration

The endearing and inspiring Laraaji started glowing with Celestial Vibration, his first record, which was originally released on the edge of the '70s under his  other name, Edward Larry Gordon. It's a stunning show of his early innovations, which have now been basked in as the crowning achievement of a new age renaissance -- his use of arpeggiated zither, circular percussive rhythms and trickling ambience pretty much exists unto no other musician. 
  • Vinyl LP (SJRLP369)
  • CD (SJRCD369)

Laraaji
Be Still and Glow

Here is a gorgeous motherload of Laraaji material from the 1980’s, scooped up from the archives, remastered and restored to cassette for your easy enjoyment. Be Still And Glow is a triple c90 set, containing four meditative pieces that are given full reign to expand out to their natural length. Beautiful material, reissued by Leaving Records.
  • Tape (LR101CS)

Laraaji
All In One Peace

Another very necessary reissue of the excellent Laraaji’s early, premium works. All In One Peace collects three albums worth of material, allowing each to spread out to their full length, uninterrupted (the same could not be said of previous reissues). A triple cassette set, mirroring the tape medium Laraaji originally used. On Leaving Records.

Laraaji
Celestial Music 1978 - 2011


  • Vinyl Triple LP (WAST036LP)

Laraaji
Remixes (Bee Mask, Ela Orleans, Sun Araw and Motion Sickness Of Time Travel)


  • Vinyl 12" (WASTEP1)

Laraaji
Essence / Universe


  • Vinyl LP (WAST037LP)
  • CD (WAST037CD)
  • Artist(s):
  • Laraaji

Soul Jazz Records presents Edward Larry Gordon/Laraaji
Celestial Vibration