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Artist: AZITIS
Title: Help
Format: LP
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $24.00
"Very good, very rare album, on the ELCO label in 1971. A stunning West Coast psych styled religious, mystical, psychedelic firestorm—every song is a winner here; strong melodies, gentle vocals, and moody passages with swirly organ that sound like they were lifted out of the middle of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. Creation starts off with a dissonant organ crescendo, chanting, and wah-wah guitar. The Prophet and From This Place both reach frenzied intense peaks, while Hope To Save brings in piano and acoustic guitar for a melodic ballad. First ever official reissue. Exact replica of the original cover. Taken from the original master tapes. Fully authorized. 750 pieces limited, deluxe exact reissue on 180g vinyl." - Missing Vinyl.

Artist: CRASH COFFIN
Title: Crash Coffin
Format: LP
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $30.00
"Crash Coffins eponymous album was originally released privately in 1974 on the Mus-I-Col label. It is very rare and sought after by early 70s US psychedelic collectors worldwide. Not unjustly so, since it contains one of the best psychedelic songs ever recorded (God Loves the Loser) and a couple of other great moody psych tracks. It contains 2 unreleased bonus tracks from the same period. Limited edition of 500, deluxe 180g vinyl, heavy original cover and insert with group history. Insert also contains a sketch of what the original cover was supposed to become -- if it were not for lack of funds -- that led to an original release with plain white covers -- half of them carrying Crash Coffins signature." -Missing Vinyl

Artist: DEUTER
Title: D
Format: LP
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $24.00
“A wonderfully entertaining exploration of drones, swells, rhythms, and melodies. Deuter was clearly a student of Indian ragas, but he took that influence and mixed it with drug-tinged psychedelia and synthesizers to create a vibrant new hybrid. If youre into kraut-rock, world music, ambient, and/or psychedelia, you need to get this album. Also highly recommended to fans of Acid Mothers Temple and the new psychedelia...” Deuter was a product of both East and West. Eckart Rahn, a young record producer at that time, recognized Deuters talents, and in 1971 released his first recording, “D,” on the then fledgling Kuckuck label (not, we hasten to mention, in any way a “new age” album). Deuter began to go into the mountains to record birds, water and wind to accompany his music; he also began spending much of his time at an ashram in Poona, India. Deuter was also one of the first artists to blend that Eastern influence into his music. Yet he did that blending in such a gentle fashion that it never jarred Western ears, unaccustomed to Eastern rhythms and tonalities. The terrific “D” album is an all solo affair recorded via multi-tracked guitars, electronics, percussion, flutes, and so on, in what looks to be Deuter’s bed-room; very psychedelic processing, at times an almost ADII-like heaviness mixing with more Popol Vuh-ish mystical spaciousness. Perfectly crafted headspace and always a pleasure to absorb, this is one of the finest and most unheralded albums of the early 1970s German scene. An all-time favorite.” label says: “Deuter was one of the earliest multi-instrumental soloists in Germany. He is considered to be one of the pioneers of New Age music and is still active, having released more than 40 albums. D, his first album, was released on the legendary Kuckuck label in 1971 and is considered to be a classic. With guitars, sitar, organ, harmonium, Asian and Oriental percussives, etc., it is a mixture of psychedelic underground rock, cosmic music and ethnic fusion, at places similar to Amon Düül 2, Between and Popol Vuh. Limited edition, deluxe 180g vinyl, exact reproduction of the original first pressing.” - Missing Vinyl.

Artist: MANTICORES BREATH
Title: Manticores Breath
Format: 10"
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $34.00
"Manticores Breath is Will-o-the Wisp, who have outgrown their old name and musical style. It is heavier, louder and more mature than their previous works, but still in their well-known UK early 70s progressive direction. This 10" LP contains two 8 minute-long tracks with great rhythm and fuzz guitars, organ and powerful English vocals. Both tracks are impressive and this record will most probably become a sought-after rarity, like their previous ones. 450 pieces limited and numbered edition, deluxe 10" with 2 covers." - Missing Vinyl.

Artist: PIAZZA, ARMANDO
Title: Suan
Format: LP
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $29.00
Singer-songwriter Armando Piazza from Naples was joined by renowned US guitarist Shawn Phillips on bass, acoustic and electric guitar for this rarity, originally released on the obscure Black Beautiful Butterfly label in 1972; since it was sold only at concerts and by mail, it was even then difficult to find. And what a pity! Acid-psychedelic ballads in English, with bursts of fuzz guitar and excellent use of electric instruments as well as abundant acoustic guitar (the good people at Missing Vinyl say that the fuzz bass on ‘The House on the Hill’ will blow your mind and… speakers away)! This is an album considered to be one of the best, and is certainly one of the rarest European psychedelic albums, with original mint condition copies going nowadays for 1,000+ Euro. A heavy, yet subtle record, folky, with oddly inflected vocals and deliciously crunchy guitar. Limited edition, deluxe 180g vinyl, in a heavy deluxe double gatefold cover that is a replica of the complex original jacket." - Missing Vinyl.

Artist: SANDSTONE
Title: Can You Mend A Silver Thread?
Format: LP
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $34.00
"Sandstones sole 1971 privately pressed album is one of the best and rarest early 70s US psychedelic folk rock records. Although only recently rediscovered, it is very sought after from worldwide collectors both for its rarity and musical quality. Great male female vocals in an early 70s UK psychedelic acid folk rock sound similar to Tudor Lodge, Jade etc. It contains 2 previously unreleased bonus tracks, not included in the original album. Highly recommended! Limited edition, deluxe 180g vinyl, from the original analogue master tapes, exact reproduction of the original first pressing." -Missing Vinyl

Artist: VALENTI, DINO
Title: Get Together... The Lost Recordings
Format: Dbl LP
Label: Missing Vinyl
Country: Greece
Price: $35.00
“Dino Valenti was one of the most fascinating figures of San Franciscos psychedelic scene of the 60s. He was the frontman of the Quicksilver Messenger Service, and became famous with his hippie anthem Get Together that reached the USA top-ten in the version of the Youngbloods. He made a solo album with Columbia, and recorded a lot of other material that hes been storing in various warehouses in the late 60s. This record comes from some of these tapes, which were recently found and delivered to Valentis family. They are of superb sound quality, and of even greater musical value - excellent never before issued gems, as well as his own version of Get Together presented for the first time here on vinyl. It is unknown, who else is performing on these tapes, although both the sound and the great acid guitar parts in several tracks strongly remind of early QMS albums. Great totally unreleased tracks from 1965-1970 by the Quicksilver Messenger Service frontman. Fully authorized. Limited, deluxe 2LP extra heavy gatefold cover, 180g vinyl, expertly remastered from the original tapes.” - Missing Vinyl.

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