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  • Rainbow Bridge (Soundtrack) Rainbow Bridge (Soundtrack) Quick View

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    Rainbow Bridge (Soundtrack)


    Remastered By Bernie Grundman From The Original Analog Masters


    Rainbow Bridge is being reissued on vinyl, reintroduced with original album art and track orders and remastered by Bernie Grundman from the original analog masters.


    Rainbow Bridge was compiled and mixed by Eddie Kramer and Mitch Mitchell in 1971, with the help of Electric Lady Studios engineer John Jansen. Most of the tracks were recorded in 1969 and 1970, during the same sessions that spawned The Cry Of Love. Rainbow Bridge is often misconstrued as being an entirely live album, being that the film of the same name features excerpts of a live Jimi Hendrix performance in Maui. However, Hendrix had no role in the creation of the rambling, unfocused 1971 film which was directed by Chuck Wein. The film was not a Hendrix project in any way but instead an independent vision of his manager Michael Jeffery. After Hendrix's death in September 1970, Jeffery scrapped Hendrix's original vision of a double studio album titled First Rays Of The New Rising Sun and called for Kramer, Mitchell and Jansen to compile two posthumous albums-including one that would that would serve as a soundtrack for the Rainbow Bridge film.


    Mitchell, Kramer and Jansen drew upon Hendrix's rich trove of studio recordings that the guitarist had been developing at Electric Lady Studios. Songs such as ''Dolly Dagger'' and ''Room Full Of Mirrors'' were bright examples of Hendrix's new creative direction. Other standouts on the album included a studio rendition of ''Star Spangled Banner'' as well as the majestic ''Hey Baby (New Rising Sun).'' The one live track on the album, an extraordinary rendition of Hendrix's original blues composition ''Hear My Train A Comin''' is taken from a performance at Berkeley Community Theatre in May of 1970, and not in the film at all. Buddy Miles and Noel Redding both appear on one track each, and the Ronettes provide backing vocals on ''Earth Blues.''


    After Hendrix's death in September 1970, First Rays Of The New Rising Sun was scrapped and instead two posthumous albums were created from the sessions, including one that would serve as a soundtrack for the Rainbow Bridge film.

    1. Dolly Dagger
    2. Earth Blues
    3. Pali Gap
    4. Room Full of Mirrors
    5. Star Spangled Banner (studio version)
    6. Look Over Yonder
    7. Hear My Train A Comin' (live)
    8. Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
    Jimi Hendrix
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  • Difficult To Cure Difficult To Cure Quick View

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    Difficult To Cure

    Difficult to Cure is the fifth studio album by the British hard rock band, Rainbow. The album marked the further commercialization of the band's sound, with Ritchie Blackmore once describing at the time his like of the rock band, Foreigner.
    1. I Surrender
    2. Spotlight Kid
    3. No Release
    4. Magic
    5. Vielleicht Das Nachster Mal
    6. Can't Happen Here
    7. Freedom Fighter
    8. Midtown Tunnel Vision
    9. Difficult To Cure
    Rainbow
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  • Live In Munich 1977 Live In Munich 1977 Quick View

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    Live In Munich 1977

    The concert was recorded in Munich on October 20, 1977, originally filmed to air on the German TV Rockpalast show. Repeated airings have led to numerous bootleg video and audio tapes of the show being available through the 80's and 90's. Although some fans believed that this set came from the same tour as the previously released On Stage (which was mostly culled from their 1976 Japanese tour), the performance on this release is actually from their 1977 European tour, a few months prior to the release of Long Live Rock n' Roll, and thus features a different bass-player and keyboardist.
    1. Kill The King
    2. Mistreated
    3. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
    4. Catch The Rainbow
    5. Long Live Rock 'n' Roll
    6. Man On The Silver Mountain
    7. Do You Close Your Eyes
    8. Still I'm Sad
    Rainbow
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  • Boston 1981 Boston 1981 Quick View

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    Boston 1981


    Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Pressing


    Gatefold Double LPSet Featuring A Stitched-In 20-Page Booklet


    A superb unreleased live concert performance from 1981 by hard rock legends, Rainbow featuring guitar god Ritchie Blackmore!


    Incredible audio quality captures the vibrant energy and emotion pouring through the band as they offer up scorching versions of "Man On The Silver Mountain," "Long Live Rock N' Roll" and the epic "Smoke On The Water!"

    1. Spotlight Kid
    2. Love's No Friend
    3. I Surrender
    4. Man On The Silver Mountain
    5. Catch The Rainbow
    6. Can't Happen Here
    7. Lost In Hollywood
    8. Difficult To Cure
    9. Long Live Rock N' Roll
    10. Smoke On The Water
    Rainbow
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  • Long Island 1979 Long Island 1979 Quick View

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    Long Island 1979

    A superb double LP vinyl pressing of this vintage live performance by Mr. Blackmore's Rainbow, packaged in a gatefold jacket.
    1. Eyes Of The World
    2. Love s No Friend
    3. Since You Been Gone
    4. All Night Long
    5. Lost In Hollywood
    6. Man On The Silver Mountain
    7. Long Live Rock N Roll
    Rainbow
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  • Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow Quick View

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    Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow


    Group's 1975 Debut Includes Signature Man on a Silver Mountain and Heralds Beginning of Powerful Combination of Ritchie Blackmore and Ronnie James Dio


    Wax Cathedral Reissue Comes Replete With Faithful Replication of Original Gatefold Sleeve; Pressed at RTI, America's Best Record Plant


    In 1974, Ritchie Blackmore's bandmates in Deep Purple refused his request to cut a cover of Quatermass' Black Sheep of the Family. Demonstrating impressive commitment to the song, Blackmore set out to record it with the help of then-emerging vocalist Ronnie James Dio and members of his band Elf. To have enough material to release this as a single, Blackmore and Dio collaborated on Sixteenth Century Greensleeves. Pleased with the results, the two fleshed out a full album and Blackmore formally parted ways with Deep Purple. Blackmore and Dio named their new band after the location where they initially discussed their collaboration: the legendary Rainbow Bar and Grill on West Hollywood's Sunset Strip. Rainbow was born.


    Drawing on medieval classical progressions for inspiration, Blackmore paired textured playing paired with Dio's fantastical lyrical imagery and inimitable vocals. The combination set Rainbow apart from its hard rock contemporaries. Featuring what would prove to be Rainbow's signature tune, Man on the Silver Mountain, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow is a dynamic voyage. Blackmore's somber, melodic playing weaves a mystical tapestry over which Dio's tales of drawbridges, crossbows, and kings settle like a knight on his steed. This influential classic concludes with a flourish, as a cover of the Yardbirds' Gregorian chant-influenced instrumental Still I'm Sad proves a perfect pulpit for Blackmore's rhapsody-like soloing.


    Complete with a faithful replication of the original gatefold sleeve and featuring dead-quiet surfaces, this Wax Cathedral reissue is pressed at RTI, America's best record plant. Even better, it's on colored vinyl.

    1. Man on the Silver Mountain
    2. Self Portrait
    3. Black Sheep of the Family
    4. Catch the Rainbow
    5. Snake Charmer
    6. The Temple of the King
    7. If You Don't Like Rock 'n' Roll
    8. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
    9. Still I'm Sad
    Rainbow
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  • On Stage On Stage Quick View

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    On Stage

    The album was recorded live over several German and Japanese dates in late 1976 during the Rising world tour. Many of the tracks were spliced together from different dates by producer Martin Birch, and the running order was changed to more easily fit four sides of vinyl. The recording features the customary introduction to a Rainbow show - the classic quote from the The Wizard of Oz, Toto: I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore. We must be over the rainbow! with the last word repeated as an echo, then the actual band plays a musical phrase from the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow before breaking into Kill the King.
    LP1
    1. Over The Rainbow (Intro) - Kill The King
    2. Medley : Man On The Silver Mountain
    3. Catch The Rainbow


    LP2
    4. Mistreated
    5. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
    6. Still I'm Sad

    Rainbow
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  • Denver 1979 Denver 1979 Quick View

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    Denver 1979

    Gatefold Holographic Foil Jacket On Colored Vinyl - Limited 1000 Copies Each


    A deluxe vinyl pressing of this never before released live album from guitar god Ritchie Blackmore performing with Rainbow on their legendary Down To Earth tour!

    LP1
    1. Eyes of the World
    2. Love's No Friend
    3. Since You Been Gone
    4. All Night Long


    LP2
    1. Lost In Hollywood
    2. Man on the Silver Mountain
    3. Long Live Rock 'N' Roll

    Rainbow
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  • Rainbow People Rainbow People Quick View

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    Rainbow People

    Originally recorded in 1977, Rainbow People is the groundbreaking debut from acoustic folk/blues artist Eric Bibb. Recorded with the assistance of Cyndee Peters and Rudy Smith, the album features 9 tracks including Candy Man, Lonesome Child Blues and Going Home.
    1. Catalina Estimada
    2. Lonesome Child Blues
    3. Look Over Yonder
    4. Candy Man
    5. Sunday School
    6. Lead Me, Guide Me
    7. Encuentro En la Estacion
    8. Going Home
    9. Rainbow People
    Eric Bibb And Needed Time
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  • Underneath The Rainbow Underneath The Rainbow Quick View

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    Underneath The Rainbow

    Atlanta's favorite sons Black Lips have announced the impending release of their first full length in three years, Underneath the Rainbow on longtime label Vice Records.


    Recorded at a variety of locations over the course of 2013, the twelve songs boast a stable of studio collaborators whose pedigree speaks to how much the band has grown and sonically matured over the course of their 15 year long career.

    1. Drive By Buddy
    2. Smiling
    3. Make You Mine
    4. Funny
    5. Dorner Party
    6. Justice After All
    7. Boys in the Wood
    8. Waiting
    9. Do the Vibrate
    10. I Don't Wanna Go Home
    11. Dandelion Dust
    12. Dog Years
    Black Lips
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  • Ride To The Rainbow Ride To The Rainbow Quick View

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    Ride To The Rainbow

    1. Saturday Night Sunday Morning
    2. I Wanna Be Back in Love Again
    3. Love Machine
    4. Imaginary Paradise
    5. Just A Little Piece of You
    6. Ride to the Rainbow
    7. Paying For It With My Heart
    8. Give It to Me
    Thelma Houston
    $9.99
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Small cutout slit on cover Buy Now
  • The Babe Rainbow (Aus) (Pre-Order) The Babe Rainbow (Aus) (Pre-Order) Quick View

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    The Babe Rainbow (Aus) (Pre-Order)

    Australia's The Babe Rainbow are happy to announce they have signed to 30th Century Records, the label spearheaded by Danger Mouse. The band are set to release their debut self-titled album.

    Recorded in magicland Byron Bay where the band is based, and produced by Stu Mackenzie of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, The Babe Rainbow's first LP is a think piece, stories from the dreamtime, all the colors of the rainbow. As with the album's teaser track Losing Something (Is Finding Something Else) and Peace Blossom Boogy, expect timeless swirling sound and endless good vibes, cool cat vibes, and similar whirly-birding up and on.

    The seeds of The Babe Rainbow were sown when Jack Cool-Breeze and Angus Darling The Hothouse Flower started a song writing partnership in middle school, but the band didn't fully-bloom until late in 2015 when, travelling through France, the duo met Venezuelan pianist Lu-Lu-Felix Domingo and became a trio. The band has previously released a self-titled EP featuring the single Secret Enchanted Broccoli Forest.

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    1. Losing Something
    2. Peace Blossom Boogy
    3. Monky Disco
    4. Johny Says Stay Cool
    5. Sunflower Sutra
    6. Fall in Love
    7. Superstition Shadow Walk
    8. Blue Hour
    9. Survival Into the 21st Century
    10. Charms Travel
    11. Cosmic Now
    12. Half a Kiss
    The Babe Rainbow (Aus)
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  • Follow The Rainbow (Speakers Corner) Follow The Rainbow (Speakers Corner) Quick View

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    Follow The Rainbow (Speakers Corner)

    The fusion movement has a lot in common with a tropical storm: it rages fiercely in its early phases but becomes less wild later on, yet still blows a gale. In the eye of the storm that tore its path through the various musical styles and genres as from 1960 is George Duke, who entered into creative and stormy partnerships with such artists as Frank Zappa, Miles Davis and Jean-Luc Ponty. The rainbow colours with which Duke chose to tint this album are taken less from the paintpots of fusion jazz and rock, and rather more from the black, natural colours of rhythm and blues. Next to a relaxed love groove (Say That You Will) we find a polyphonic vocal number with solos (Sunrise), which conjures up the nostalgic atmosphere of Motown, now on the decline. Then there is snappy funk in all manner of variations, such as Party Down, which swings trendily along but then comes over unfiltered and dry as a bone.
    In Follow The Rainbow, genial musicianship, expert arrangements and a special feeling for resonance amalgamate to create a tightly-knit sound which is ever fresh and easy-going.



    Musicians:



    • George Duke (vocal, keyboard)

    • Larry Williams (tenor saxophone, flute)

    • Eric Culver (trombone)

    • Charles Icarus Johnson (guitar)

    • Byron Miller (bass)

    • Leon 'Ndugu' Chandler (drums)

    • Sheila Escovedo (percussion, vocal)

    • Napoleon Murphy Brock (vocal)




    Recording: 1979 at Westlake Recording, Los Angeles, by Kerry McNabb and Electric Lady Studios, New York, by Dave Palmer

    Production: George Duke





    About Speakers Corner



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Speakers Corner all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existant tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasise that Speakers Corner Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle. We have one digital recording in our catalogue (Alan Parsons / Eye In The Sky"), but even in this particular case we used the analogue tapes for cutting.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects - excluding the exception above - and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    1. Party Down
    2. Say That You Will
    3. Funkin' For The Thrill
    4. Sunrise
    5. Festival
    6. I Am For Real (May The Funk Be With You)
    7. Straight From The Heart
    8. Corine
    9. Pluck
    10. Follow The Rainbow
    George Duke
    $34.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • I Can Spin A Rainbow I Can Spin A Rainbow Quick View

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    I Can Spin A Rainbow

    I CAN SPIN A RAINBOW is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for Amanda Palmer, an avowed fan of Edward Ka-Spel and the Legendary Pink Dots since discovering their psycho-theatrical, multi-textural work in her teens. As noted in her best-selling 2014 memoir, The Art of Asking, the LPD have long been an inspiration to Palmer, their deeply connected relationship with fans as important to her life and work as their fearless autonomy and impossible-to-pigeonhole musical approach.


    The two musicians first met in 1992 when Palmer, then 16, attended a Legendary Pink Dots show in her hometown of Boston. In 1995, having found that the Pink Dots were looking for lodging with fans to save money on the road, Palmer hosted five members of the band and crew at her childhood home. Ten years later, Palmer's internationally acclaimed punk cabaret duo, The Dresden Dolls, had achieved enough success that they were able to invite the Dots to support them on a German tour, and it was then that Palmer and Ka-Spel vowed to carve out time to collaborate on an original recording. A decade passed and in July 2015 a very pregnant Palmer flew to London to start the long-discussed project but was informed on the first day of recording that her dear friend Anthony was losing his battle with cancer and had been given less than a week to live. Heartbroken, she assured Ka-Spel she would be back within the year. Indeed Palmer made good on her promise, returning in the spring of 2016 with her eight-month-old son, Anthony, in tow.


    Palmer and Ka-Spel's search for a London recording studio was interrupted by an incredibly generous offer from Palmer's friend Imogen Heap, who suggested they make use of her Essex home recording studio, The Hideaway, conveniently located near Ka-Spel's own home in Hornchurch. With Palmer traveling between London, Hornchurch, and Heap's home studio, the pair spent just under a month composing and cutting an album entirely from scratch.


    Recorded largely on Ka-Spel's computer, I CAN SPIN A RAINBOW is a truly collaborative effort, "a spiritual experience," says Palmer, in which both artists' stories, song fragments, poems, and lyrics became wholly meshed with loops, melancholy piano playing, melodic beds, and strange rhythms. The results range from the enchantingly minimal "The Clock at the Back of the Cage" and the album-opening "Pulp Fiction," mysterious and strange with a luxurious theatricality that conjures both of its creators' prior oeuvres while also opening a curtain into a heretofore unheard shared sonic world. Sensing the need for strings, the pair enlisted frequent LPD collaborator Patrick Q Wright, who contributed violin tracks from his studio in Italy. Alexis Michallek, Heap's longtime studio assistant, contributes singing saw to "Beyond The Beach."


    "We merged our songwriting heads and poetic worlds to make a new universe," Palmer says. "We would sit in Imogen's house drinking cups of tea, bemoaning the state of the upcoming election, binge drinking in the UK, the refugee crisis, our internet addictions, frightening news we had read, our relationships and then we'd compost all of the ingredients of our fears and conversations into song form. The Rainbow metaphor - which is also a nod to the 'spinning beach ball of death' on a Mac - was a wide-open image that kept popping up as a recurring theme on the record. It's both dark and light at the same time. To me, the songs are simultaneously frightening and comforting, like a thunderstorm heard from a living room."


    "Making this record with Amanda felt a little like discovering a twin you didn't know you had," says Ka-Spel, "until a mysterious email lands in your inbox at a particularly auspicious moment. Some things are just meant to be "

    1. Pulp Fiction
    2. Shahla's Missing Page
    3. The Shock of Kontakt
    4. Beyond The Beach
    5. The Clock at the Back of the Cage
    6. The Changing Room
    7. The Jack of Hands
    8. Prithee: Liquidation Day
    9. Rainbow's End
    10. The Sun Still Shines
    11. Subway
    Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-Spel
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  • Kaleidoscope of Rainbow (Pure Pleasure) Kaleidoscope of Rainbow (Pure Pleasure) Quick View

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    Kaleidoscope of Rainbow (Pure Pleasure)

    This album became infamous for it's supremely original music, but also for it's impeccable engineering by Martin Levan. On the original single LP the sound quality had to be compromised to enable the inclusion of 27 minutes of music per side. Much of the bass and stereo effect was removed.



    Now as a double LP and mastering from the original master analogue tapes all of the 'missing' bass and stereo effect is here for all to savour and enjoy.
    At the time of it's original release in September 1976 it received critical acclaim across the full spectrum of the days music aficionados.



    Listening to it today there is no reason to doubt it's continuing worth as an outstanding work of art and a lasting testament to Neil Ardley who sadly passed away.



    Musicians:



    • Neil Ardley (keyboards)

    • Geoff Castle (keyboards)

    • Ian Carr (trumpbet, fluegel horn)

    • Barbara Thompson (alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute)

    • Paul Buckmaster (cello)

    • Ken Shaw (guitar)

    • Roger Sutton (bass)

    • Trevor Tomkins (percussion, vibraphone)

    • Roger Sellers (drums)




    About Pure Pleasure



    At the beginning of the 90s, in the early days of audiophile vinyl re-releases, the situation was fairly straightforward. Companies such as DCC, Mobile Fidelity, Classic Records and, of course, Pure Pleasure all maintained a mutual, unwritten ethical code: we would only use analogue tapes to manufacture records.



    During the course of the present vinyl hype, many others have jumped on the bandwagon in the hope of securing a corner of the market. Very often they are not so ethical and use every imaginable source to master from: CDs, LPs, digital files, MP3s - or employed existent tools from the 80s and 90s for manufacturing.



    A digital delay is gladly used when cutting a lacquer disc because tape machines with an analogue delay have become quite rare and are therefore expensive. When cutting the lacquer, the audio signal is delayed by one LP revolution against the signal, which controls the cutter head, and for this a digital delay is very often employed. Of course, the resultant sound signal is completely digital and thus only as good as this delay.



    We should like to emphasize that Pure Pleasure Records on principle only uses the original master tape as the basis for the entirely analogue cutting of lacquer discs. In addition, the pressing tool is newly manufactured as a matter of principle.



    We only employ existing tools for manufacturing if an improved result is not forthcoming, e.g. the title Elvis Is Back, which was mastered by Steve Hoffman and Kevin Gray, or several titles from our Philips Classics series, which in any case Willem Makkee cut from the original masters at the Emil Berliner Studios in the 90s. It goes without saying that we only used the mother and that new tools were made for our production.



    To put it in a nutshell: we can ensure you that our releases are free from any kind of digital effects and that the lacquer discs are newly cut.



    1.Prologue/Rainbow One (soloist Ian Carr and Brian Smith) 10.26
    2.Rainbow Two (soloist Dave Macrae and Geoff Castle) 7.34
    3.Rainbow Three (soloist Paul Buckmaster) 3.28
    4.Rainbow Four (soloist Barbara Thompson) 6.15
    5.Rainbow Five (soloist Tony Coe) 4.25
    6.Rainbow Six (soloists Ken Shaw and Bob Bertles) 7.39
    7.Rainbow Seven/Epilogue 14.56
    Neil Ardley
    $44.99
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  • Beyond The Black Rainbow (Original Soundtrack) Beyond The Black Rainbow (Original Soundtrack) Quick View

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    Beyond The Black Rainbow (Original Soundtrack)

    JAGJAGUWAR & Death Waltz Recording Company are proud and excited to release a true
    masterpiece into the world with the soundtrack to Panos Cosmatos' BEYOND THE BLACK
    RAINBOW. Posited as a lost film of the 1980s, the picture is inspired by classic dystopian
    fiction and the obscure SF movies one used to see lining the shelves of the local video store. As
    such, the brilliant soundtrack blends seamlessly amongst its influences; Tangerine Dream,
    Wendy Carlos, and of course John Carpenter, with the latter's mark heard on the oppressive
    synth percussion of the main titles and the evocative melodies heard throughout. Created by
    Sinoia Caves, the ongoing project of Jeremy Schmidt, a disciple of the long-form cosmic
    synthesizer soundscape, and member of Canadian psych-and-prog-spiritual pioneers Black
    Mountain, this recording also features guest appearances by Joshua Wells, drummer of Black
    Mountain.


    Schmidt's score is many things - haunting, uncompromising, intense - but is always a
    fascinating listen. Incorporating touchstone elements such as mellotron choirs, glacial
    analogue synthesizer pads and arpeggiators, Schmidt artfully navigates the various sonic
    sensibilities of the 70s-80s genre aesthetic. What emerges from this schematic realm of the
    'almost familiar' evolves and manifests as a work of striking originality, an ominously
    beautiful, otherworldly and terrifying score. Simply put, BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW is
    an astounding piece of work and must not be missed. Do you read me?

    Forever Dilating Eye
    Elena's Sound-World
    Run Program: Sentionauts
    Arboria Tapes - Award Winning
    Gardens
    1983 - Main Titles
    1966 - Let The New Age Of Enlightenment Begin
    Sentionauts II
    Sinoia Caves
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  • A Rainbow In Curved Air (Awaiting Repress) A Rainbow In Curved Air (Awaiting Repress) Quick View

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    A Rainbow In Curved Air (Awaiting Repress)

    1. A Rainbow in Curved Air
    2. Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band
    Terry Riley
    $22.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed AWAITING REPRESS Buy Now
  • Bosnian Rainbows Bosnian Rainbows Quick View

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    Bosnian Rainbows

    Bosnian Rainbows is a new band featuring Omar Rodriguez Lopez (The Mars Volta, At the Drive-In), Teri Gender Bender (Le Butcherettes), Nicci Kasper (Kudu, KRS-ONE) and Deantoni Parks (John Cale, The Mars Volta).


    Since forming in the Summer of 2012, they have toured extensively in North America, Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan. They made their U.S. festival debut at last September's Fun Fun Fun Fest, and appeared at Festival Vive Latino at Mexico City's Foro Sol Stadium in March 2013.

    1. Eli
    2. Worthless
    3. Dig Right In Me
    4. The Eye Fell In Love
    5. Cry For You
    6. Morning Sickness
    7. Torn Maps
    8. Turtle Neck
    9. Always On The Run
    10. Red
    11. Mother, Father, Set Us Free
    Bosnian Rainbows
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  • Gutter Rainbows Gutter Rainbows Quick View

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    Gutter Rainbows

    As a boy growing up in Brooklyn, Talib Kweli saw gutters that ran with dirt, oil and water, revealing a shimmering rainbow to his childs eyes. Drawing its title from this memory, this album puts at the raw center what his music has been doing for years: finding and preserving the beautiful in the hideous; the rainbows in the gutter. Weaving the lyrical and the gritty, the autobiographical with an honest, no-holdsbarred hip-hop spirit; Kweli sticks fiercely to what feels true to him in creating the sound of this album.


    Without being tied to any particular labels conception of what his sound should be or when his work should hit his fans, Kweli is free to build his most personal album yet in both content and motivation. Kwelis true solo career has only just begun, and although the future holds more collaboration, Gutter Rainbows marks a new stage in the long and ever-evolving career of Talib Kweli. This release, recorded on his time and with his talent as the driving force, proves Kweli is a complete and formidable musician, it presents the depth and breadth of his experience and ability.


    1. After The Rain

    2. Gutter Rainbows
    3. So Low
    4. Palookas feat. Sean Price
    5. Mr. International feat. Nigel Hall
    6. Im On One
    7. Wait For You feat. Kendra Ross
    8. Aint Waiting feat. Outasight
    9. Cold Rain
    10. Friends & Family
    11. Tater Tot
    12. How You Love Me feat. Blaq Toven

    13. Uh Oh feat. Jean Grae
    14. Self Savior feat. Chace Infinite

    Talib Kweli
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    On the deliriously satisfying In Rainbows, Radiohead returns to a more straight-ahead (though subdued) rock sound. Much hubbub has been made about this record's innovative release. Radiohead allowed fans to pay what they wished to download fairly low-resolution tracks from the band's own website. Like so many innovations, it already seems funny both that it was such big news and that someone else of similar stature hadn't done it sooner. Some pundits were appalled that it took awhile to download the tracks if you tried to do it at the same time as thousands of other people, while others decried that the group was trying to kill the music industry (or save it).


    Little of the press seemed to focus on the record itself, which actually made sense because it was so entertaining and inviting, the most low-key album Radiohead has made to date. There's even a very straight-forward, simple, silly little love song, House of Cards. It might be a bit lethargic, but the simple instrumentation of electric guitars, bass, and drums is lovely as heck. A handful of these tunes enchanted fans for years before finally being committed to computer tape. This is particularly fitting as In Rainbows is the group's most band-sounding album since OK Computer. This is not a record that hits you over the head with how far this group is pushing the envelope; it's simply a phenomenal, well-crafted, and exciting album. As soon as it's done, you're playing it again. --Mike McGonigal

    1.15 Step
    2.Bodysnatchers
    3.Nude
    4.Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
    5.All I Need
    6.Faust Arp
    7.Reckoner
    8.House of Cards
    9.Jigsaw Falling into Place
    10.Videotape
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    Clear Colored Vinyl With Rainbow Splatter


    Deluxe edition of The Wonder Years 2010 breakthrough album, The Upsides. Features completely new artwork, includes 5 bonus songs that have never been included on the record before.

    1. My Last Semester
    2. Logan Circle
    3. Everything I Own Fits In This Backpack
    4. Dynamite Shovel
    5. New Years With Carl Weathers
    6. It's Never Sunny In South Philadelphia

    7. Hostels & Brothels
    8. Melrose Diner
    9. This Party Sucks
    10. Hey Thanks
    11. Washington Square Park
    12. All My Friends Are In Bar Bands
    13. Leavenhouse 11:30,
    14. I Was Scared & I'm Sorry

    15. Dynamite Shovel (Campfire Version)
    16. Logan Circle: A New Hope
    17. We Won't Bury You
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    Produced by Jay Joyce, FIDLAR's Too was recorded in Nashville over the span of just two weeks. The 12-song collection of pop-infused garage rock expands on the band's 2013 self-titled album that put them at the forefront of modern punk music. The new album showcases a band that continues to fine-tune its sonic approach while also highlighting a more introspective and revelatory approach to songwriting. It also marks the first time the band has worked with a producer.


    "We could have made record number one again but instead we decided to challenge ourselves and admit that we don't know everything," said guitarist and lead vocalist Zac Carper. "Up until this point we had recorded everything ourselves, so working with a producer taught us so much. I didn't want to make a standard rock record. The goal for this album was to think outside the box and I think Jay really helped us do that."

    1. 40oz. On Repeat
    2. Punks
    3. West Coast
    4. Why Generation
    5. Sober
    6. Leave Me Alone
    7. Drone
    8. Overdose
    9. Hey Johnny
    10. Stupid Decisions
    11. Bad Medicine
    12. Bad Habits
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    Endless Path EP

    Aptly titled, the Endless Path EP arrives propelled by the momentum of Babe Rainbow's 2010 debut Shaved EP. That release found fans in Salem, Gonjasufi, Lil B and Main Attraktionz amongst many others. Its dark atmospherics and minimalist bass excursions certainly inform this new material, but its also strongly colored by the myriad mixtapes and Chopped & Screwed projects that Babe Rainbow has unveiled in the past year.
    1. It's All Happening
    2. The Spill
    3. Set Loose
    4. Greed (feat. Yung Clova of G-Side)
    5. Bounty
    6. Chains
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    On Stage

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    "I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore. We must be over the rainbow!" The famous Wizard of Oz introduction sets the
    mood for the thrills, imagination, and aural adventurous that is Rainbow's classic double live album On Stage. Recorded in late
    1976, approximately one year before front man Ronnie James Dio's departure from the band, the set stands as one of the decade's
    pivotal concert records. On par with Kiss' Alive, UFO's Strangers in the Night, and Deep Purple's Made In Japan, the effort teems
    with blistering performances and unfettered energy.


    Freed from the confines of the studio, Dio and guitarist Ritchie Blackmore instill passionate bravado and swagger to every
    song they attack. At the peak of his powers, Dio sings with leather-lunged gusto and theatrical purpose, hitting seemingly
    impossible highs and reaching down to bring dark overtones to the lows. His melancholic showing on a cover of Deep Purple's
    "Mistreated" blows away the original. As a perfect foil, Blackmore takes the opportunity to stretch out solos and indulge in bluesy
    improvisations, turning "Man on the Silver Mountain" into a multi-part medley and the slowly building, fantasy-themed "Catch
    the Rainbow" into an epic workout.


    Rainbow's rhythm section is equally inspired. Drummer Cozy Powell jump-starts high-voltage passages with urgent beats and
    timely playing. In sync with the irreplaceable contributions of organist/keyboardist Tony Carey, bassist Jimmy Bain supplies a taut
    foundation. On Stage is in effect a document of a vital hard-rock band pushing itself to the maximum and succeeding in taking its
    audiences on an unforgettable journey. Blackmore's inventive passages and colorful tones are alone worth the price of admission.


    Martin Birch's steady, lively production puts it over the top. Unlike many heavily edited albums from the era, Powell is heard front
    and center, the drums given as much space and presence as Blackmore's humming guitar, Dio's inimitable singing, and Carey's
    howling organ. You're given an invitation to stand onstage with the quintet.


    Pressed on green-colored vinyl at RTI, America's best pressing plant, and presented in a faithful reproduction of the original
    gatefold sleeve, Wax Cathedral's deluxe reissue of this live scorcher renders the music in the highest fidelity it's ever enjoyed.
    Always meant to be heard since its original release in 1977, On Stage is restored to all its glory.

    1. Intro: Over the Rainbow
    2. Kill the King
    3. Catch the Rainbow
    4. Mistreated
    5. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
    6. Still I'm Sad
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