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Peanut Butter Conspiracy - Great Conspiracy
(Columbia CS-9590 US-67 VG+ 350:-)

Psychedelic rock band formed in Los Angeles, 1966. Spun off from the folk-rock band Ashes, incl. John Merrill (guitar/ vocals), Alan Brackett (bass/ vocals), Barbara Robison (vocals), Spencer Dryden (drums) and Jim Cherniss (guitar/ vocals).

"The Great Conspiracy" is vintage 60s California folk-pop psychedelia - this album practically reeks of incense, patchouli oil and marijuana with titles such as ‘Turn On A Friend’, ‘Lonely Leaf’, and ‘Invasion Of The Poppy People".
Pell Mell - Moldau
(CAIN CL-5821 Ger-81 VG+ 500:-)

Pell Mell was formed by music students from Marburg University, West Germany in 1971. They released four albums as a proper band during their history developing a unique style.

In 1981 the multi-instrumentalist band leader Thomas Schmitt released the final Pell Mell album - "Moldau" - which was largely a solo project. This might well be their most symphonic album of all. The closing epic "Dark Valley" is very melodic, and features some wonderful and tranquil passages.
Pere Ubu - Dub Housing
(Chrysalis CHR-1207 UK-76 EX 275:-)

Pere Ubu emerged from the urban wastelands of mid-'70s Cleveland to impact the American underground for generations to come; led by hulking frontman David Thomas, whose absurdist warble and rapturously demented lyrics remained the band's creative focus throughout their long, convoluted career, Ubu's protean art punk sound harnessed self-destructing melodies, scattershot rhythms, and industrial-strength dissonance to capture the angst and chaos of their times with both apocalyptic fervor and surprising humanity.

THE MODERN DANCE was Pere Ubu's debut and 1978's great leap forward in the wake of punk and its lesser descendents. As such, DUB HOUSING, 10 months its junior, was always going to have a hard act to follow. At heart an avant-garde troupe with an overbearing sense of alienation about them, Ubu resisted the hooks that earned THE MODERN DANCE so many of its plaudits. DUB HOUSING rode along on Tony Maimone's fluid bass work on "I Will Wait" and "Navvy," periodically breaking down into ordered chaos. You can almost hear the fragile building bricks tumble on "Thriller!"

Original UK pressing; both sleeve and vinyl are graded EX.
Perigeo - Genealogia
(RCA Italiana ‎TPL1-1080 Ita-74 VG+ 500:-)

Perigeo were founded in Rome in 1971: five professional musicians, all of them already largely active in the jazz and rock circuits of those years, who gathered in the studio to wisely blend together the two aforementioned music genres: this is probably the first example of jazz-rock music in Italy.

“Genealogia”, the group’s third LP, is widely regarded as their absolute pinnacle: the perfect balance between harmony and dissonance, catchiness and complexity of the musical phrasing. Jazz-rock is just a convenient label, because this really is music without boundaries, and Perigeo undoubtedly were among its best exponents.
Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets
(Columbia SCX-6258 UK-69 VG+ 1000:-)

Pink Floyd rose out of the same London scene that gave the world a huge amount of psychedelic records in the late 60s – but with a set like this, they're clearly head and shoulders above most of their contemporaries – already working with a boundless sense of imagination and impeccable instrumentation, on a record that's full of delight and surprise at every single twist and turn! The group still sport Syd Barrett vocals and lyrics here, but are also really opening up their guitar spaceship too – soaring to the heavens on the tremendous "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun"!

Second UK STEREO issue; black label with a white Columbia logo and one small EMI logo on the label; "Made in GT Britain - Sold in U.K. subject to resale price conditions. See price lists" at bottom of label.
Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother
(Harvest SHVL-781 UK-70 VG+/VG 500:-)

"Atom Heart Mother" is the fifth studio album of Pink Floyd. Roger Waters and David Gilmour took their band to new heights with this album, with its narrative about a woman being fitted with a nuclear-powered pacemaker.

1st UK pressing with "A-1G/B-1G" matrix. The sleeve of this copy is graded VG - the vinyl is VG+.
Pink Floyd - Obscured by Clouds
(Harvest SHSP-4020 UK-72 VG+ 800:-)

"Obscured By Clouds" provided the musical backdrop of the French film 'La Vallée' by director Barbet Schroeder. With many shorter, rockier pieces and with the renunciation of sound experiments it offers at first sight unusual material, the band shows itself here (for many for the last time...) as a real rock band.

1st UK pressing with "A1/B1" matrix which was quickly rejected because of too much high-end EQ (see "Pink Floyd in Pompeii" film).
Pop, Iggy - Brick by Brick
(Virgin America VUSLP-19 EU-90 VG+ 300:-)

"Brick by Brick" refined Iggy's gifts without watering them down, adding a polish that focused his talents rather than blurring them.

Working with a mixture of L.A. session heavyweights, "Brick by Brick" leans to tough, guitar-based hard rock, leavened with a few more pop-oriented tunes that still speak of a hard-nosed lyrical approach. This was Iggy Pop's strongest work since "Lust for Life", and marked a new high point in his career as a songwriter.
Pop, Iggy - Brick by Brick
(Virgin America VUSLP-19 Aus-90 VG+ 500:-)

"Brick by Brick" refined Iggy's gifts without watering them down, adding a polish that focused his talents rather than blurring them.

Working with a mixture of L.A. session heavyweights, "Brick by Brick" leans to tough, guitar-based hard rock, leavened with a few more pop-oriented tunes that still speak of a hard-nosed lyrical approach. This was Iggy Pop's strongest work since "Lust for Life", and marked a new high point in his career as a songwriter.

Australasian pressing on YELLOW vinyl.
Pop, Iggy - Nightclubbing
(Swingin' Pig TSP-067-2 Lux-90 VG+ 500:-)

James Newell Osterberg, known professionally as Iggy Pop, was the vocalist and lyricist of proto-punk band The Stooges. He had a long collaborative and personal friendship with David Bowie over the course of his career, beginning when both musicians relocated to West Berlin to wean themselves off their respective drug addictions and Pop began his solo career by collaborating with Bowie on the 1977 albums "The Idiot" and "Lust for Life". Throughout his career, he is well known for his outrageous and unpredictable stage antics, poetic lyrics, and distinctive voice.

This set from the "Lust for Life Tour" was recorded at the Montezuma Hall, San Diego CA November 16, 1977.
Popol Vuh ‎– Agape-Agape Love-Love
(Uniton U-015 Nor-83 VG+ 300:-)

Popol Vuh as an experimental German band whose cosmic, trance-like music was a huge influence on modern ambience and worldbeat.

Two years after the issue of "Sei Still, Wisse ICH BIN", "Agape-Agape (Love-Love)" offers a deeper view of the same animal. Still utilizing a choir for Gregorian chant-like ethereal intensity - though they sing in Byzantine scales - pianist Florian Fricke, guitarist/percussionist Daniel Fichelscher, guitarist Conny Veit, and vocalist Renate Knaup delve deeply into the drone world of Fricke's sacred music muse.
Presley, Elvis - Aloha from Hawaii
(RCA VPSX-6089 US-73 VG+ 300:-)

"Aloha from Hawaii" was broadcast live via satellite to audiences in Asia and Oceania on January 14, 1973. The show was presented with a delay in Europe. It was the most expensive entertainment broadcast to that point in history and suitably lavish, with Elvis supported by his usual roster of friends. Tickets were sold on a "pay what you can" basis, with all proceeds benefiting the Kui Lee Cancer Fund.

Quadradisc vinyl on the dark orange label.
Presley, Elvis - Elvis Now
(RCA Victor MOVLP2376 EU-19 EX 275:-)

Recorded primarily in May and June of 1971, "Elvis Now" is quintessential '70s Elvis Presley, an eclectic mix of ballads, rockers, and gospel numbers. As usual, Presley's singing is always good and occasionally breathtaking, and his backing band is excellent.

Limited Edition of 2500 Copies (#2246) on YELLOW Vinyl.
Presley, Elvis - Good Times
(RCA Victor MOVLP2375 EU-19 EX 275:-)

Elvis recorded "Good Times" at the Stax studios in Memphis. His voice is outstanding though
his physical condition was going downwards, still singing like he used to do in the past. This is more than a solid outing from The King, a wonderful record.

45th Anniversary Limited Edition of 2500 Copies (#1124) on Transparent BLUE Vinyl.
Proby, P.J. - Three Week Hero
(Liberty LDL-83219E UK-69 VG+ 375:-)

James Marcus Smith was an American singer born 6 November 1938, Houston, Texas. Although he was initially based in the US, he later moved to the UK and found more success there.

Rare 1969 UK 12-track vinyl LP produced and arranged by John Paul Jones and featuring all members of Led Zeppelin as backing band. The medley 'Jim's Blues'/'George Wallace Is Rollin' In This Morninˈ', features all four members with Robert Plant playing harmonica and tambourine. Fully laminated pinched spine picture sleeve. Apart from a bit of laminate lift at the spine the sleeve is in wonderful condition - the vinyl has a few small marks and is rated Very Good+. A great copy of the rarest Proby Liberty LP!
Pungent Stench - For God Your Soul...
(Nuclear Blast NB-029 Ger-90 EX 1000:-)

Pungent Stench's debut album finds the band at its most perverse; from the extremely disturbing cover art to the lyrics, this is the sort of stuff that is downright corruptive! It is a monumental album in the growth of the European death metal scene, and while it may be still underappreciated compared to its peers, this is a bonafide classic to the ones who adore it.

Original German pressing; still sealed with a small cut-out hole in upper right.