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Lee Moses
How Much Longer Must I Wait? Singles & Rarities 1965-1972

Lee Moses is an enigmatic Southern Soul kind of guy, noted for his rare but fantastic 1971 album Time and Place. But what if you wanted to go deeper than that album? Well then you’d need How Much Longer Must I Wait?, which compiles (mostly earlier) non-album material that is either vanishingly rare or actually never before released. Very soulful stuff, beautifully restored and presented.
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Francoise Hardy
Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles

The legendary Francoise Hardy is pretty much the sonic epitome of 1960’s French cool, and Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles is one of her essential French-language albums from the period. Sleek, beautiful and bright recordings, each of which has been carefully remastered. 180g vinyl reissue from Light In The Attic and Future Days Recordings.
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John Angaiak
I'm Lost In The City

John Angaiak only ever released 1 LP, this one. I’m Lost In The City is a rare recorded example of a singer-songwriter using the Yup’ik language of the Eskimo: Angaiak hails from icy rural Alaska. His music is useful as a document of cultural history, but also simply wonderful as music in its own right. Remastered reissue on Future Days Recordings.
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Terry Reid
The Other Side Of The River

Terry Reid is relatively unknown compared to what could have been: Jimmy Page asked him to be the vocalist for Led Zeppelin. Reid turned the offer down, Robert Plant got the job and the rest is history. Reid has an incredible voice which earned him the nickname Superlungs. He has been covered by The Raconteurs and sampled by DJ Shadow. Reid released his third studio album, River, in 1973 which, although relatively commercially unsuccessful at the time, is held in high regard by fans. The Other Side Of The River contains long-forgotten (even by Reid himself) outtakes and alternate versions from River sessions.
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Lee Moses
Time and Place

Long-time soul session musician Lee Moses (he played with Gladys Knight and Jimi Hendrix!) made his debut as a frontman and bandleader in 1971 on Time and Place. It wasn’t a hit, but it is a classic: Moses is light enough on his feet to get that lithe groove going, but also tough enough for his vocals and brass arrangements to carry serious heft. Reissue on Light In The Attic.
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Tim Buckley
Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions

Oh good criminy! Lady, Give me your key is a collection of 3 unreleased demos that have recently been discovered. That makes 13 acoustic tracks, some which then grew into fully instrumented works, but most of which will not have been heard, even if you are the most ardent Tim Buckley fan. Comes with booklet containing interviews with Larry Beckett and Jerry Yester.
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Morley Loon
Northland, My Land

Morley Loon came from Quebec, and his derives from the traditional Cree culture in which he grew up. Northland, My Land is an insight into a hidden culture, and an excellent set of folk sounds. These reissues are remastered from the original tapes, and come with a booklet of original Cree and translated English lyrics, as well as photos. On Future Days Recordings.
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The Family Of Apostolic
The Family Of Apostolic

The Family Of Apostolic is a strange and rare album, a way for John Townley to live out his vision of wild happenings in his decked out New York studio. 19 people contributed to this one-off record, which pushes 60’s-era folk-rock and many more genres through all manner of studio wizardry. This reissue on Future Days Recordings should open it up to a few more ears.
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Francoise Hardy
Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour

The legendary Francoise Hardy is pretty much the sonic epitome of 1960’s French cool, and Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour is only her second record, but her self-penned songs already sound perfectly Hardy. A sleek set of recordings, carefully remastered and reissued on 180g vinyl reissue by Light In The Attic and Future Days Recordings.
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Francoise Hardy
Mon Amie La Rose

The legendary Francoise Hardy is pretty much the sonic epitome of 1960’s French cool, and Mon Amie La Rose is her 1964 album: the year she became a major player. Sleek and beautiful recordings full of period flair, fully remastered from the original mono tapes. Reissue on Light In The Attic and Future Days Recordings.
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Francoise Hardy
La Maison Ou J'ai Grandi

Pop star, style icon and Dylan fraterniser Francoise Hardy gets a light shone on her work with a fresh reissue of La Maison Ou J’ai Grandi. Originally released in 1966 at the height of London and Paris’ musical powers, this international work showcases the singularity of her talent. Out on CD and vinyl LP from Future Days Recordings.
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Francoise Hardy
L'Amitie

The legendary Francoise Hardy is the sonic epitome of 1960’s French cool, and L’amitie dates from 1965, by which time she was fully established. Just implausibly sleek and beautiful. Remastered from the original mono tapes and reissued CD and 180g LP on Light In The Attic and Future Days Recordings.
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