Jobim’s compositions, many performed by João Gilberto, gave birth to the bossanova genre in the early 1960s. Now Jobim is recognized throughout the world as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century.
"Ultra-rare rehearsal sessions from 1969 by this South African heavy psych/acid rock band, mastered from a tape transfer-and yet still doom-laden, dark, heavy, and as messy as can be, in all the right ways." -Rich Patz, ShroomAngel Records
Eye Q is one of the greatest bands of the scene: their rock stands on par with the early Zamrock of Witch and Ngozi Family. Please The Nation encapsulated Eye Q's desire to forge forth, in a new, free country, and this set collates their 7" singles.
Ethiopia's beloved and hugely influential singer, krar master and actress in a little-known recording made in the mid-70s, accompanied and arranged by Hallu Mergia, captures a new dimension of era-defining talent and artistic excellence. -ATFA
"Archival reissue of the private-press, first issue of the album that launched the Zamrock movement in 1972. Completely different recordings of the songs from the better-known Zambia Music Parlour album..." -MOJO