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Various
The Voyager Golden Record

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Various / Compiled by Moonboots
Moments In Time

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I Marc 4
Nelson Psychout

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M. Zalla / Piero Umiliani
Africa / Continente Nero

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Various
Audio_Data_Bank (Audio Data Bank)

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Empress, Famous Boyfriend, Various
Prosaical

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Various
Pay No Attention

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Various
The Acceptable Presence Pt. 2

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Various
Bombay Disco Volume 2

Cultures Of Soul take you deeper into the bazaars of India than any other label. A second Bombay Disco adventure is upon us. Gleaming disco explorations, marching funk and hidden alley grooves will get your skeleton going. Greats on this include B Lahiri, A Bhosle and RD Burman. So stand up with a drink (liner notes even contain cocktail recipes) and Kā ānanda (enjoy). Out on Double LP and CD.

Various
International Vicious Society Vol. 4

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Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid
Tales From Beyond The Pale : The Hole Digger / Trawler

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Various
The Silence Was Warm Volume 1

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Various
The Silence Was Warm Vol.2

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Various
The Silence Was Warm Volume 3

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Various
The Silence Was Warm Vol.4

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Various
The Silence Was Warm Vol. 5

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Armando Sciascia
Impressions in Rhythm & Sound

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Orgasmo Sonore
Revisiting Obscure Library Music

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Various
Jukebox Mambo Volume III

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Various
Loving On The Flip Side

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Various
Original Raw Soul III

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Bruno Spoerri
Voice Of Taurus

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Bruno Spoerri & Reto Weber
The Sound Of The UFOs

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Alessandro Alessandroni
Fischio Amore Mio

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David Shrigley, Various
Worried Noodles

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Emma De Angelis
Emma De Angelis

Finders Keepers continue to unroot the finest forgotten tunes. Emma de Angelis was an Italian library composer and musician who created music for TV and film alongside some of the Italian greats; Alessandro Alessandroni, Ennio Morricone and her brothers, Guido and Maurizio de Angelis. These are the only tracks she made before becoming a full time visual artist and they are gems for anyone interested in that Italian ‘70s groove.

Daniela Casa / Massimo Catalano / Remigio Ducros
Idee 1

Beautiful Italian library obscurities from the dream team trio of Massimo Catalano, Remigio Ducros and Daniela Casa. Idee 1 has a broad spread of cool experimental atmospheres and low-slung orchestrated grooves, with the special mix of catchiness and weirdness you only get with library music. Edition of 500 remastered reissue LPs, on the Spettro label.

Thelema
Growing

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John Waters
Make Trouble

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The Vampires' Sound Incorporation
Psychedelic Dance Party

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Ed Macfarlane / Various
Glistens - A Library Compilation by Ed Macfarlane

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The Karminsky Experience Inc.
Beat!

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Motor City Drum Ensemble
DJ-Kicks

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Various
Barry 7's Connectors

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Various
Luke Vibert's Further Nuggets

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Various
Listen Up! - Rocksteady

Something was afoot in Jamaican music in the mid-’60s. Maybe it was the lingering thrill of the island gaining independence in 1962; maybe it was that the generation who’d grown up with ska needed a new musical thrill; or maybe it was just an unseasonably hot Summer in 1965. Whatever it was, the conditions were ripe for a new style to come through and usurp ska’s crown. That style was Rocksteady, a slower, more sensual style and one of the most important musics of the 20th Century. To celebrate a half-decade of Jamaican independence, Kingston Sounds are issuing a series of Listen Up! compilations that chart the evolution of sound in this most important of musical lands. The Rocksteady edition features Delroy Wilson, The Sensations, Dawn Penn and many more.

David Chatton Barker & Ian Humberstone
Megalithic Monuments Volume I: Stanton Drew Stone Circle

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Various
Strictly Britxotica! Palais Pop and Locarno Latin

Join Jonny Trunk in his explorations of the weird and wonderful kitsch world of Britxotica: the music made by 50’s / 60’s British composers pretending to be from exotic international locations. Their dress-ups aren’t necessarily convincing, but they are fascinating and fun and groovy and good! Strictly Britxotica, the fourth in Trunk’s series, is released as a vinyl LP.
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Ivor Cutler
Life In A Scotch Sitting Room Vol. II

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Various
Barry 7's Connectors 2

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Jack Kerouac & Steve Allen
Poetry For The Beat Generation

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Various
20 Years Of Dischord

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Julian Curwin
The Mango Balloon - Volume 3

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Various
Better Pop Music

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Zarelli
Soft Rains

This would appear to be a sonic adaptation of a Raymond Bradbury short story, taking as as base layer the 1975 reading of the story by… Leonard Nimoy! Around Nimoy’s dulcet tones, Zarelli’s Carwyn Ellis builds up a primarily electronic structure, echoing the happenings and mood of Bradbury’s tale. Out on Bronzerat.

Alessandro Alessandroni
Barocco & Romantico

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Various
Manchester Standards Sides 1 & 2

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The Bid-On (Giuliano Sorgini)
Sorry Puppet

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Angelo Baroncini and Bruno Battisti D'Amario
Music For Movement

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Jean-Jacques Perrey
Musique Electronic du Cosmos

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Braen & Raskovich
Drammatico

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Bob Chance
It's Broken

The classic privately-pressed record re-issued for no other reason that it's pretty darn interesting. Bob Chance self released this in 1980 and seemed to be trying to make something somewhere between Bob Hope and Giorgio Moroder but what comes out is a kind of repetitive Arthur Russell-in-disco-mode slab of lo-fi pulse. As eccentric as it comes and just look at that sleeve...and those arms! 

Roger Roger
Musique Idiote

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Daniela Casa
Sovrapposizione Di Immagini

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Various
From The Furthest Signals

Audiological Exploration Details: 1) Circle/Temple – The Séance/Search for Muspel-Light2) David Colohan – Brass Rubbings Club (Opening Titles)3) A Year In The Country – A Multitude Of Tumblings4) Sharron Kraus – Asterope5) Time Attendant – The Dreaming Green6) Depatterning – Aurora In Andromeda7) Sproatly Smith – The Thistle Doll8) Field Lines Cartographer – The Radio Window9) Grey Frequency – Ident (IV)10) Keith Seatman – Curious Noises & Distant Voices11) Polypores – Signals Caught Off The Coast12) The Hare And The Moon – Man Of Double Deed13) Pulselovers – Endless Repeats/Eternal Return14) Listening Center – Only The Credits Remain Artwork / encasment design by AYITC Ocular Signals Department. Both editions hand-finished and custom printed using archival giclée pigment ink by A Year In The Country.

Various
Behind The Counter With Max Richter

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Anthony Reynolds
A World of Colin Wilson

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Nils Frahm
Late Night Tales

Extremely quiet piano practitioner Nils Frahm gets his chance to pick an album’s worth of his favourite after dark music in the latest of the consistent and popular Late Night Tales series. He picks tracks from Bibio, Miles Davis, Nina Simone, Penguin Cafe Orchestra plus a whole bunch of interesting stuff. Most interestingly of all, the album opens with Frahm covering John Cage’s infamous 4.33. How much more quiet could he get than that? None more quiet.

Stephen John Kalinich
A World Of Peace Must Come

Oddball 1960's poetry record from renowned Beach Boys lyricist performing some of his very own super idealistic poetry under hazy lights. If you like spoken word stuff about world peace etc then A World of Peace Must Come is the record for you. The main draw for Beach Boys completists is that it is produced by affable harmoniser Brian Wilson who also adds some of his unique sound sorcery and proto ambient twiddles to the mix.  
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Various
Tim Burgess presents Vinyl Adventures from Istanbul to San Francisco

This compilation album is the brother of Tim Burgess’ new book, in which he goes looking for certain records recommended by certain musicians (Iggy Pop) and even certain authors (Ian Rankin). Evidently he found them, as 18 of them, taking in a very broad swathe of genres, are presented here. Vinyl Adventures From Istanbul To San Francisco is released on Burgess’ own O Genesis label.

Man From Uranus
Alien Flowers

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Giovanni Cristiani
Alpha Percussion

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Various
Monster Skies

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BADBADNOTGOOD
Late Night Tales

This time it's the turn of the Canadian quartet to pick their favourite tracks and as with all or most Late Night Tales you get an obligatory Boards of Canada track. There's also stuff by Stereolab, Thundercat, the Beach Boys and luckily for anyone thinking this might be a bit on the safe side a bunch of stuff I personally haven't heard of.   

Julian Curwin
The Mango Balloon - Volume 4

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John Mulaney
The Comeback Kid

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Fourth Sensation
Fourth Sensation

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O. De Filippi
Favole Per Ogni Eta'

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Various
In A Moment... Ghost Box

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Doug Stanhope
No Place Like Home

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Trentemoller
Late Night Tales

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Stefano Marcucci
Tempo Di Demoni, Papi, Angioli, Incensi E Cilici

Crazy stuff right here from a squad of Italy’s ever-productive 70’s library music makers. Tempo Di Demoni, Papi, Angioli, Incensi E Cilici is a mini-rock opera with theatrical psychedelic pop touches and madly demonic themes. This particular work of Stefano Marucci has been badly neglected by posterity, but is now receiving a proper commercial release at last! 10” record on Finders Keepers.

Daniela Casa
Arte Moderna

Daniela Casa’s Arte Moderna is a particularly fascinating and unusual set of sounds, even by the high standards set by 1970s Italian library music in general. A number of these pieces are proper cutting-edge electroacoustics, with an astonishing attention to detail and a craftsperson’s approach to sound: fantastic stuff! Never commercially released before, this golden material is now available, via Cacophonic.

I Marc 4
I Marc 4 - G​.​L​.​P. 1001

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I Marc 4
I Marc 4 - G​.​L​.​P. 1002

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Puccio Roelens
La musica di Puccio Roelens

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Stelvio Cipriani
UST 7013

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Gerardo Iacoucci
Le Avventure

Finders Keepers have continued their ever persistent archive digging and come across some italian library gems. Originally released in 1970 across three LPs, Gerardo Iacoucci’s Le Avventure was not so much a mini series but a blueprint for mood music, covering all aspects you can image, from jazz and funk to piano and minimal arrangements.

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