I'm going to be sharing mostly jazz but some other genres as well. Feel free to contribute with any genres. Requests are accepted but please share something first.
Włodzimierz Nahorny Trio- Heart (1967)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Multi-instrumentalist Wlodzimierz Nahorny begins and ends this record at the piano, for some fairly straightforward trio pieces along the lines of Bill Evans. He switches over to saxophone for the rest of the album for pieces that are very free and full of exciting and engaging enterplay between the trio. Volume 15 in the 'Polish Jazz' series.
Pierrick Pedron- Cheerleaders (2011)
>progressive rock, experimental sax-led fusion
>Pedron is a French alto saxophonist who grew up listening to classic jazz, as well as classic progressive rock. This album mixes all of those influences, along with a tendency toward experimental electronics and free improvisation.
The Duke plays Ellington (1953)
>swing, piano trio
>Duke Ellington is mostly remembered for his compositions and arrangements and work as a leader of one of the most successful big bands in history. He was also a talented and influential pianist as he shows on this recording of him playing his own tunes and standards in a trio setting.
The Lyrical Guitar of Pepe Martinez (1968)
>flamenco (flac, vinyl rip)
>The liner notes discuss the fact that there are two distinct camps when it comes to flamenco guitar, the fast and fiery style which is popular with younger (in 1968) players, and Flamenco Lyrico, which was typified in the past by players like Ramon Montoya, and now Pepe Martinez.
Dave Scott- Nonchalant (2009)
>post-bop, free jazz
>This quintet, led by trumpeter Dave Scott, plays very loose, very free music, but they do it with a rare sense of subtlety and restraint. If you’re only looking for loud chaotic music, this isn’t for you, but the group’s more reserved approach leads to plenty of exciting interplay that reveals itself with close listening.
Ray Barretto- Indestructible (1973)
>salsa, son, rumba
>Fania Records is pretty much the “Blue Note” of the salsa world and percussionist Ray Barretto was one of the best-known and most successful of the Fania All-Stars. This is one of his best recordings and all-around one of the best salsa recordings ever. Pure, danceable, fun salsa tunes.
The Dynamic Sound Patterns of the Rod Levitt Orchestra (1963)
>hard bop, medium ensemble jazz
>Rod Levitt is a somewhat forgotten figure in jazz. This is a good example of his arranging and composition skills with a medium sized ensemble. His melodies and arrangements have a unique style about them and it leads to some interesting improvisation by the band.
Alex Sipiagin- Balance 38-58 (2015)
>fusion, post-bop, composition
>Sipiagin's latest addition to his growing output on the Criss Cross label. This album mixes rock influences with free-leaning improv in a way that's reminiscent of Joe Henderson's 70's output. This is all combined with Sipiagin's style of intertwining polyphonic melody writing.
The Paragons- On the Beach (1967)
>Rocksteady was a vocal-focused style of music to come out of Kingston that proved to be a huge influence on later reggae artists and producers
Richard Davis- Epistrophy and Now’s the Time (1972)
>post-bop, hard bop
>Bassist Richard Davis is known mostly for his work on Blue Note, where his flexible style of playing fit in well with players like Andrew Hill and Eric Dolphy. Later in the 70’s he also recorded several albums as a leader on the Muse label. This record consists of two 20+ minute jams by the quintet over several bebop standards, that move well beyond the realm of bebop during the solos.
Jesse Stacken- Bagatelles for Trio (2011)
>contrapuntal composition, free improvisation
>This is a series of compositions for piano trio. The music sounds more classically influenced than jazz, but the compositions open up to very free improvisations based on the themes presented in the pieces.
Chico Hamilton Quintet featuring Buddy Collette (1955)
>cool jazz, third stream, avant garde.
>This is a live recording of the innovative quintet made up of woodwinds, cello, guitar, bass, and Hamilton on drums. The compositions are intricate and creative, blending jazz with classical counterpoint, Eastern modes, and free improvisation.
Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw- The Eternal Triangle (1987)
>The two masters of post-bop and free trumpet playing teamed up to record this excellent example of the style. Joining them in the band are such great players as Kenny Garrett, Mulgrew Miller, Ray Drummond, and Carl Allen.
Candy Claws- Ceres & Calypso in the Deep Time
>shoegaze, dream pop, noise pop, neo-psychedelia
>One of my favorite albums
Chris Potter Underground Orchestra- Imaginary Cities (2015)
>contemporary composition, improvisation
>Tenor saxophonist extraordinaire Chris Potter's most recent album builds on his usual "Undground Band" by adding a string quartet and vibraphone to to complete his 11-piece "Underground Orchestra." The compositions take influence from jazz, 20th century classical music, and ethnic folk music, but they all feature intense improvisational sections as well.
Gabriela Montero- Plays Chopin, Falla, Ginastera, etc. (2005)
>Montero is a Venezuelan-born pianist who is trained in the classical tradition, and true to the tradition, she improvises in a classical style. On this recording she uses Romantic and late-Romantic compositions and composers as the basis for her improvisations.
Ted Curson- Tears for Dolphy (1964)
>Trumpeter Ted Curson recorded this album as an elegy for Eric Dolphy after his tragic death in 1964. The compositions are memorable and easy to follow, but the improvisations are often quite adventurous. The quartet follows the traditional “chordless” instrumentation of Ornette Coleman’s quartet.
The Gang Font featuring Interloper (2007)
>math rock, experimental, free improvisation
>This band utilizes influences from classic prog-rock acts like King Crimson or Zappa, but there are also elements of avant-garde and experimental artists like Captain Beefheart. The sound is ultimately rock, with overdriven guitars, repetitive basslines, and strong backbeats, but with complex, shifting-time signatures and song forms, as well as improvised solos and accompaniment, this album also draws some influence from classic avant-garde jazz players as well (especially from the keys player, Craig Taborn, who is becoming one of the most widely known pianists in contemporary avant-jazz.)
Fats Navarro- Nostalgia (Released 1958, Recorded 1947-49)
>Trumpeter Fats Navarro is another jazz legend who died at a tragically young age. This recording captures him in his prime and following in the footsteps of his hero Dizzy Gillespie, with intense bop numbers, but also proving capable of a more relaxed, melodic style of playing.
Conrad Herwig- A Voice Through the Door (2012)
>Virtuoso trombonist Conrad Herwig presents some very well-written original tunes played by a stellar quintet. Tenor player Ralph Bowen and pianist Orrin Evans channel the classic Coltrane/Tyner sound at several points during the album.
Marion Brown- Afternoon of a Georgia Faun (1970)
>avant-garde, free improvisation
>Anybody familiar with the free jazz scene of the early 70’s will be familiar with most of these names. Each side of the album is an extended improvisation piece, with the musicians contributing to the texture and shape of music, rather than taking individual solos.
The Bulgarian State Radio & Television Female Vocal Choir- Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares (1975)
>choral Bulgarian folk
>A compilation of contemporary choral arrangements of Bulgarian folk music. Haunting and beautiful.
Esborn Svensson Trio- Plays Monk (1996)
>piano trio, post-bop
>EST is a Swedish piano trio with a very modern style. This album is their take on some of the legendary pianist, Thelonious Monk’s more memorable compositions.
Art Blakey- Big Band (1957)
>big band, hard bop
>Blakey is known mostly for his small group work with his band the Jazz Messengers, but he recorded this record with a 15-piece big band in his hard-driving swing style.
Dave Holland and Pepe Habichuela- Hands (2010)
>Dave Holland is one of the most ubiquitous bassists in jazz, and in 2010 he collaborated with Spanish guitarist, Pepe Habichuela to record an album in the flamenco tradition.
J.J. Johnson, Kai Winding, and Benny Green- Trombone by Three (1949)
>Three of the greatest trombone players of the 40’s collaborated for this great record. They do mostly interesting original bop tunes, with a few standards mixed in. A great example of trombone bebop.
Alex Sipiagin- Equilibrium (2004)
>With the same horn section from Destinations Unknown, but a more swing based rhythm section, this album is a nice mid-point between Sipiagin's earlier swing-based music and his later, more exploratory recordings. It features some very good original compositions, as well as a few great arrangements of standards and incredible improvisation throughout the record.
The Kingston Trio (1958)
>This is the self-titled debut from one of the defining and iconic folk bands. Music-to-listen-to-with-your-dad-core.
Mark Turner- Lathe of Heaven (2014)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Veteran tenor player Mark Turner released this album this year, playing his compositions in the quartet setting. It’s the classic “chordless” setup, with Avishai Cohen on trumpet, Joe Martin on bass, and Marcus Gilmore on drums.
The Dirtbombs- Ultraglide in Black (2001)
>garage soul, rock, funk
>This rock band from Detroit plays soul and R&B covers with an energetic, punk-influenced sound. The covers span artists like Sly Stone, Marvin Gaye, Smokey Robinson, and Stevie Wonder.
Joe Henderson- Multiple (1973)
>fusion, avant-garde, free improvisation
>This album was recorded as Joe Henderson was phasing out of his more free jazz phase, and into his more fusion phase and it captures the best of both worlds. Amazing adventurous solos, over psychedelic, electric grooves, sometimes with almost a spiritual quality to the music.
Ari Hoenig- Punkbop: Live at Smalls
>A live recording of a quintet led by drummer Ari Hoenig. The group includes some of the biggest talents in the current jazz scene, and they play energetic, rock-influenced jazz with extended, adventurous improvisation.
John Lewis presents Jazz Abstractions (1961)
>This is Gunther Schuller's brainchild on merging jazz and classical music. With a band that includes Bill Evans, Eric Dolphy, Jim Hall, and Scott LaFaro, Schuller and Lewis present several original works as well as variations on Thelonious Monk's "Criss-Cross."
John Escreet- Exception to the Rule (2011)
>avant-garde compositions, minimalism, free improvisation
>Pianist John Escreet mixes intense and chaotic free improv and elements of minimalism and electronic music, for a very unique album. Alto saxophonist David Binney is the perfect choice for interpreting Escreet’s busy and abstract melodies.
Cortijo and his Time Machine (1974)
>Latin fusion, funk, plena, bomba
>Cortijo blends the traditional dance rhythms of his native Puerto Rico with funk/R&B sounds popular in 70's America for a energetic album that has that vintage appeal but ideas that still sound fresh today.
Maurice Ravel plays Ravel (date unknown)
>classical, impressionism, vinyl rip
>Before his death, Ravel “recorded” a number of his piano compositions in piano rolls, which captured his timing and inflection on his pieces. Using “DUO-ART” technology, these rolls were performed and recorded using a Steinway player piano.
Chris Potter and the DR Big Band- Transatlantic (2011)
>big band, progressive fusion
>Chris Potter is usually known for his incredible playing more than his composing, but this album showcases his exciting and multi-layered, polyphonic compositions for large ensemble. The music is very much influenced by rock, but stays varied and gives Potter plenty of room to improvise over his creative music.
Dave Ballou- Dancing Foot (2004)
>free jazz, post-bop
>Continuing to push the envelope, Ballou presents his adventurous music here with the unique instrumentation of trumpet, 2 basses, and drums. Ballou’s music and approach to improvisation is unique in and of itself, but the concept of two bass players gives this music an even more interesting sound and concept of harmonic freedom.
David Axelrod- Heavy Axe (1974)
>soul, funk, jazz
>This is a great blend of funky, jazzy soul. Axelrod includes some of his own interesting pieces but also does some great covers of tunes like “You’re So Vain” and “Cast Your Fate to the Wind.”
Rudresh Mahanthappa- Bird Calls (2015)
>post-bop, contemporary jazz
>This album is inspired by one of jazz's greatest legends, altoist Charlie Parker, but Mahanthappa wants to make it clear that this isn't just a tribute album. His reworking's of Parker's tunes are thoroughly re-imagined to fit Mahanthappa's modern style of alto playing. He takes elements of Parker's music, rhythms, snippets of melody, melodic shapes, and creates new compositions with them that lead to exciting and intense improvisations.
Jimmy Giuffre- Tangents in Jazz (1955)
>cool jazz, third stream
>Giuffre plays a variety of woodwind instruments and brings a unique contrapuntal approach to cool jazz. The approach is similar to that of the classic Gerry Mulligan quartet, but with Giuffre switching between different woodwinds, each tune has a unique texture.
Dr. Alimantado- The Best Dressed Chicken in Town (1978)
>Alimantado was a Jamaican DJ who became one of the most popular in the dub movement of raggae. A few other big names like King Tubby and Lee “Scratch” Perry guest produce on several songs.
Bernard Hermann- Vertigo Soundtrack (1958)
>Hermann's score for the classic Hitchcock film draws influence from composers like Wagner in the lush string arrangements and suits the tense and psychological nature of the film perfectly. The music also stands up well on it's own for those who have never seen the film.
Michael Formanek- Small Places (2012)
>progressive mathematical composition, free improvisation
>Led by bassist Michael Formanek, this quartet performs tightly structured music based on interlocking patterns and then expanded upon with tight, synchronistic group improvisation that relates closely to the themes presented in the composed material.
this is decent but is there any jazz from this year that is adventurous without being made by some sober ass academic fuckers? Everything seems so empty from jazz these days bar an odd album or two a year.
Balázs Elemer Group- Early Music (2007)
>Barouque influenced European vocal improvisation
>This Hungarian group does a variety of vocal-led music. This recording takes its inspiration from Baroque and Renaissance compositions and puts a jazz spin on them. The arrangements are great, but it is the unique style of singing that really makes this album interesting.
what exactly do you find "sober" and "academic" about that album?
Maybe you'd like this. It's historic music but the musicians are obviously having fun playing it. Then again I don't really find Rudresh's album "sober" so I guess I'm just not really sure what you're looking for.
Tim Warfield- Spherical (2015)
>Saxophonist Tim Warfield has been compared to Coltrane but here he takes on the music of Thelonious Monk with a stellar band. Pianist Orrin Evans especially embodies the spirit of Monk's playing.
nah the playing is all right, like I said I think this is decent. But listening to the album and especially him talk, really reminds me of how sober and academic jazz has become (also something I felt to the new Vijay Iyer album). A lot of this is made by havard/berklee/something expensive grads who play expensive sit down concerts that I can't afford to go see... I don't know it just feels far removed from what jazz culturally used to be. I'm not saying all the artists need to be heroin addicts boppin around with Art Blakey but... yeah actually I wish I could go see that era again.
Larry Young- Lawrence of Newark (1973)
>fusion, space-funk, free improvisation
>Organist Larry Young always showed a willingness to experiment and push the boundaries and this 1973 album was recorded at the height of the fusion craze and captures his very unique and free take on fusion.
I finally did it. I bought it and ripped it and It's here. It's over now. He can finally shut up and download this album.
Various Artists - Secretions
I still think it's pretty easy to find both kinds of music. If the more academic "art" jazz doesn't tickle your willy then maybe stay farther away from ECM as that's mostly what they produce.
I recommend the "Live at Smalls" and "Live at Smoke" record labels. Both tend to favor more swing-based, traditional jazz and a more relaxed, informal club atmosphere. Smalls also has a free nightly video stream of their shows which can be fun to check out.
Bnegão & Seletores de Freqüência- Sintoniza Lá (2012)
>Brazilian hip hop, funk, ska
>A very good rap album from Brazilian artist Bnegão with really great and catchy hooks from the horn section. It mixes influence of various Latin musics with old-school funky hip hop.
Paul Bley/NHOP (1973)
>piano/bass duet, free improvisation
>Pianist Paul Bley teams with versatile bassist, NHOP for this duet album which features some of Bley’s most adventurous and experimental playing. In addition to acoustic piano, Bley also plays electric piano on several tracks, as well as plucking and strumming the strings of the acoustic piano.
Steve Lehman- Mise en Abime (2014)
>spectralism, jazz composition, free jazz
>Spectralism explores the juxtaposition of sounds created by the overtone series' of multiple instruments. Lehman's compositions combine this approach to composition with the improvisation and rhythmic aspects of jazz. One of 2014's top albums.
Grachan Moncur III- New Africa (1969)
>post-bop, free jazz
>Trombonist Moncur leads an all-star group of musicians through a set that stays mostly in the realm of modal post-bop, but with a lot of free improvising. The group includes Roscoe Mitchell, Archie Shepp, Dave Burrell, Alan Silva, and Andrew Cyrille.
Yosvany Terry- New Throned King (2014)
>Cuban Arara, Latin Cantos, Afro-fusion
>Saxophonist Yosvany Terry composed this music based on cantos from the Arara, a secretive spiritual brotherhood in Cuba and Haiti. The music mixes these rhythms and chants with jazz-based improvisations and harmonic functions for some extremely creative and engaging music.
David Binney- Bastion of Sanity (2005)
>acoustic fusion, free jazz, composition
>Binney’s music blends elements of rock and metal music with the improvisational leanings and instrumentation of jazz. Binney has incredible skill on the alto sax, but it is his distinctive approach to improvising and his creative compositions that set his music apart.
University of North Texas One O’Clock Lab Band- 2011 Release
>big band, fusion, post-bop
>This is the top student band at UNT and every year they release a recording of their incredible big band music. Mixing swing, fusion, free jazz, and world influences in their extremely well-written charts and stellar soloists, this is some of the best contemporary big band music you’ll hear.
John Escreet- Sabotage and Celebration (2013)
>progressive composition, free improvisation
>Pianist John Escreet takes influence from avant-garde jazz greats like Cecil Taylor and Andrew Hill, but he also takes elements from classical composers too. This album highlights his compositional skill, with a regular band plus a string quartet, for music that is very intense and energetic. The improvising is equally intense, and the piano solos are particularly abstract and free.
Alex Sipiagin- Steppin’ Zone (2001)
>post-bop, hard bop
>This was trumpeter Alex Sipiagin’s first recording on the Criss Cross label and it is very much in the post-bop swing tradition of Miles’ second quintet or Woody Shaw. The tunes are mostly straight-ahead swingers, but the solos are incredibly energetic and aggressive, helped out by the ridiculously hard-swinging drumming of Jeff “Tain” Watts.
Orrin Evans- Liberation Blues (2014)
>This is a live recording from the new “Live at Smoke” series recorded at Smoke Jazz Club in NYC. Evans is one of the most unique and inventive pianists around and this release captures him with a fantastic band playing a number of Evans’ interesting original tunes, as well as several re-imagined standards. There is also a racially themed poem recitation which is accompanied by the band.
>Jenny Death leaks
>Secretions is finally shared (for real)
Okay fellas, we need some new albums to spam. Any nominees?
Also I can confirm that this is real... I've heard most of the songs off of it, and this is the real deal.
Anon please help me find some melancholic Jazz pieces with Sax.
The few I've been listening to:-
Ice Cream Cathedral - Drowsy Kingdom
>Synth Pop, Dream pop, Dreamy female vocal, They-call-it-space-pop
>Three danish music students who came together over "a passion for shoegaze bands as Slowdive, Enigma’ish New-Age and French 60’s pop".
requesting good early avant garde jazz
yo. this was posted in an earlier jazz thread. hope you like gigabytes.
Al Lover X Goat
It's a remix album of songs by the GOAT band Goat, released on vinyl only
I've been looking for it for quite some time now.
Thanks, dreamboat. Listening to Ice Cream Cathedral. Pleasant, but not in love yet. Will play the album twice as a tribute to your generosity.
they have a new album which is somewhat krautrockish if you like that
Also checked Dave Holland out on RYM
>Avant-garde, Progressive big band
>played on several of my favorite jazz records
where should i start with him?
It's hard to go very wrong with Dave Holland. Everything he plays on is pretty consistently good. Conference of the Birds was his first album as a leader and considered by many to be one of the best free jazz albums.
Ilkae - Stained Glass Piñata+ (2004)
>These songs alternate between very quirky sounds and gorgeous melodies. An all-time favourite of mine.
It's a very long shot, but I'm going to make a request for Iris (EP) by Miranda Sex Garden.
Does anyone have Cornell Dupree: "Can't Get Through"?
I'll trade Joe Leader: "Seductive Sax"
Death Grips - Jenny Death
>Experimental Hip-Hop, Slavecore, Blackgayze, ScreamingNiggerCore, Memewave, /mu/core
Black Marble - A Different Arrangement
>synth, post punk, dark, coldwave?
Since I'm requesting Iris, I thought I'd share one of their full length releases.
Miranda Sex Garden - Suspiria
>Gothic rock, folk, industrial
>Their second album. Their first album consisted entirely of English madrigals for three female vocalists. This album blends similar vocals with gothic rock, among other genres.
some anon has been asking for this really obscure compilation album from the Seattle Grunge scene called Secretions. He's asked for it in so many sharethreads and has been unfulfilled for so long that it's turned into a sort of meme. Now, someone actually went and bought the wax and uploaded it
Here's Jenny: https://mega.co.nz/#!ssAnGCST!A2XkSBl8kIrRAUjfGIBavvzplCU4yOMyi70fef9MjjQ
I'm uploading Sufjan's discography all in FLAC.
Does anyone have some Modest Mouse? I don't have anything by them.
just got a tape player in the mail, ripped this one real quick
Fragments - Inoculum (2009)
>drone, ambient, progressive electronic, emeralds fetishism, 2000s tape culture, run of 30-45 tapes
Gaffe Of A Lifetime - A Kingdom Of Loss
>Progressive electronic, IDM, glitch, Microhouse, IDM, outsider dance.
Brandon Flowers - Flamingo
>Brandon Flowers having fun singing about Las Vegas. Some great songs, a couple songs could have been cut from it, tbh.
/r/ing Drake - Thank Me Later. Archive links are dead.
Strawberry Switchblade [Self Titled] (1981)
>Scottish drum machine driven pop-rock/new-wave
>They were bretty popular in Japan
>Member Rose McDowall worked with Current 93 for a bit
Does anyone happen to have anything by Japanese punk band The Stalin? (Trash specifically)
Maggot Twat - 8 Bit Apocalypse  - 320
Holy fucking shit, thanks for this one i've been meaning to cop this.
Here, because of your good share.
The Stalin - Trash (1981)
Hi all. bassist here currently in his second semester of jazz at school. This is from the final performance of last semester's jazz combo. I hope you all enjoy and you could provide helpful feedback
bumping with some jazz trios
John Hicks - Power trio
John Hicks p
Cecil McBee b
Elvin Jones dms
The Book About My Idle Plot on a Vague Anxiety by Toe
>math rock essential, sharing for anyone not aware of them
>Japanese instrumental math rock, complex, intertwining parts, big build ups, etc etc download it
Hank Jones - The oracle
Hank Jones p
Dave Holland b
Billy Higgins dms
The Dead Frenchmen.
Australian post-punk influenced band. Bought by accident second hand once, love this album.
Philippe Aerts - Cat walks
Philippe Aerts b
John Ruocco ts, cl
Toni Levin dms
Jean-Philippe Viret - Le temps qu'il faut
Jean-Philippe Viret b
Edouard Ferlet p
Fabrice Moreau dms
Attila Zoller - Zoller Koller Solal
Attila Zoller g
Hans Koller ts
Martial Solal p
Bud Powell - Bud Powell in Paris
Bud Powell p
Gilbert Rovère b
Kansas Fields dms
Laurent Courthaliac - The scarlet street
Laurent Courthaliac p
Gilles Naturel b
Philippe Soirat dms
Martial Solal - Sans tambour ni trompette
Martial Solal p
Gilbert Rovère b
Jean-François Jenny-Clark b
Wugazi - 13 Chambers
>Mashup, hip hop, post rock, experimental
Tried searching for this today but all links were deleted so I thought I'd reupload. Cool mashup album of 36 Chambers (Wu Tang) with a Fugazi album. Good to work out to I reckon.
Vincent Bourgeyx - Hip
Vincent Bourgeyx p
Pierre Boussaguet b
André Ceccarelli dms
Abner Jay - The True Story of Abner Jay
>one man band playing blues and folk on banjo, harmonica, and drums
Henri Texier - The scene is clean
Henri Texier b
Alain Jean-Marie p
Aldo Romano dms
Charmed Life by Half Japanese
>Post-punk, indie, alternative, lof-fi, jad fair shit
can a jazzbro post some portico quartet?
the first and third albums would be great.
no mega if possible
Could only find a mediafire link for the first album tho: http://www.mediafire.com/?m0oy4higzii
weird, in firefox it tells me permission denied but in safari it worked
Anyone have a link for 72 Minutes of Fame by C418? I found a mega link from the archive but it doesn't work.
Looking for Matthew E. White's Fresh Blood (2015) to add to the archives? In the meantime, here's his debut album:
Matthew E. White - Big Inner (2012)
>singer-songwriter, soul, chamber pop
Requesting Mass of the Fermenting Dregs' Zero Comma, Iro Toridori No Sekai. Thanks In advance
/r/ing The Attitude Era by Dean Blunt
The Ventures- The Ventures Play Telstar - The Lonely Bull and Others / Ventures in Space (1992)
>60's Surf rock, compilation, pretty cool stuff
Also, does anyone have the 1977 reissue of Meet The Residents? I'm talking about the shorter, stereo version.