• he surprisingly talented 50's jazz vocal stylings of Diana Dors may come as a shock to some. From her youth as Britain's number one blonde sex symbol, to a career as an outstanding character actress and star of Adam Ant's Prince Charming video, Diana was and is a diva. The presumption would be that her album is a mere piece of exploitation...FAR FROM IT! With superb arrangements by Wally Stott (A.K.A. Angela Morley) who was known for everything from comedy themes to Scott Walker's darker moments. Diana Dors reveals herself to be one of the classic vocalists of the period. Complete with a beautiful gatefold sleeve on lipstick red, heavyweight vinyl with gatefold sleeve....  
  • In an alternative universe, Sun Ra is as beloved a jazz icon as Duke Ellington. Luckily, we do not live in that world. We live in the world where he is a unique genius, probably never to be matched. An inspiration to so many from The MC5 to Sonic Youth to Lou Reed, this album is an exotica-tinged sideways look at his usual innovative work. His debut on a "major" label, the album was produced by the legendary Tom Wilson (Bob Dylan, Simon and Garfunkel, The Velvet Underground, The Mothers of Invention, The Animals). Pressed on heavyweight orange psychedelic splatter vinyl, this is a must for any record collection!
  • The one and only long-lost solo album by the amazing Sandy Salisbury, one of the founding members of the 1960's sunshine pop group The Millennium. Produced by Curt Boettcher (The Millennium, The Association, Tommy Roe) and Keith Olsen (The Millennium, Fleetwood Mac, Grateful Dead). First and only time on vinyl!  
  • Orson Welles' triumphant return to Hollywood in the 1950's. This strange, dream-like film noir featured the first full soundtrack by Henry Mancini--A menacing riot of found sounds and found music from radio, TV, bar bands, etc. This soundtrack was as innovative and unusual as the film itself. Pressed on heavyweight vinyl with a brand new sleeve which features the original poster as used on the premiere run of this cinema classic.  
  • I Hear a New World is a studio concept album written and produced by Joe Meek with the Blue Men, partially released as an EP in 1960. In 1991, the full LP was issued by RPM Records. In 1998, The Wire listed the album as one of "100 Records that Set the World on Fire (When No One Was Listening)" It was described as having a "profound influence on artists as diverse as Steven Stapleton and Saint Etienne".[8] The title song was covered by the Television Personalities, Mark Sultan and They Might Be Giants in 2004.
  • ''Jazz By Sun Ra'' was the debut album length recording by Sun Ra. The LP originally appeared on the short-lived and pioneering label Transition Records,which was headed by the young Tom Wilson, and released a number of unique jazz albums in this period by the likes of Cecil Taylor and Donald Byrd. Transition releases tended to include elaborate if home made looking packaging more perhaps in tune with today's buyers and artists than those of the 1950s, When originally released, Jazz By Sun Ra came with an extensive booklet featuring words and photos of Sun Ra and his Arkestra. from which we excerpt Sun Ra's own comments on the album contents. Wilson was to continue in an extensive and successful career as a major label A&R man/producer, with a range from Bob Dylan's ''Like A Rolling Stone'' to the first 2 Velvet Underground albums and way beyond...he was to remain close friends with Sun Ra, re-entering the story on a number of occasions in years to come. The LP features original compositions by Sun Ra along with one by Arkestral bassist Richard Evans. The single non-Arkestral composition is Possession, by Harry Revel, which had been written for Les Baxter's slightly bizarre Exotica album oddity Perfume Set to Music, which shows just how wide ranging Sun's listening and how open his mind was to the unusual even in the 1950s!! **Remastered original 1955 recording of Sun Ra's earliest released LP **Features the original Transition Records cover, with excerpts from the original booklet included as liner notes. **A must for all fans of the unique world of Sun Ra...it's first stirrings!