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    'Night Kaleidoscope’ is Alec Cheer’s classic-sounding synth score for a low-budget psychedelic vampire horror directed by Grant McPhee and shot in Edinburgh. The soundtrack takes cues from the likes of Frizzi, Goblin and Carpenter to contemporaries such as Pye Corner Audio - ace!
    Worlds Within Worlds (Part I and II) is one of the most important improvised jazz-based recordings of all time. Released in 1971 it sold just a handful of copies, but has become a keystone in the development of experimental and ambient sounds - originals now fetch £1000+.A perfect released for RSD, this will be the first time this exceptional, unique...
    Another superb adventure in the Britxotica! series, looking into rare and amazing exotic British recordings. For this exciting instalment, Trunk focuses on the haunted, British ballrooms for charismatic Cha Cha Chas, magical mambos and a whole set of floor filling fun! Britxotica! describes an odd and yet undocumented pre-Beatles British musical scene...
    Recorded in 1969 with Harold McNair on flute, this great soundtrack to the classic weepy about a boy and his kestrel is now available for the first time courtesy of Trunk records!