The astonishing 1977 debut album from drumming legend Bill Bruford.
One of the first of the "beat the bootleggers" albums, The Bruford Tapes was recorded for a live ..
One Of A Kind, from 1979, is one of the most celebrated Bruford-related offerings.
Mid-price edition of Part 1 of The Radio Gnome Invisible trilogy .
“This is their ..
The Robot Woman trilogy on CD for the first time.
Strictly limited t..
Lost Crowns is a ‘funny music’ supergroup, built around the songs of Richard Larcombe (alongs..
A 3CD/1DVD (region 0, ntsc) set collecting all the official releases by the duo of Bill..
Specially designed to accompany the new Stewart / Gaskin album Star Clocks, this cosmic A4 colour..
A one-off 180g vinyl pressing of this Island Records’ classic, limited to 1000 copies worldwide.
The charming debut album from Canterbury Scene legends Caravan, first released in 1969.
The classic fourth album from Camel was the last to feature the band's original line-up.
The third, wholly instrumental, album from Camel - released in 1975 - was inspired by Paul G..
Seven is the seventh studio album by Soft Machine (from 1973).
Laid back Fusi..
Featuring three quarters of its celebrated mid-1970s Softs-era line-up plus Theo Travis, Hidden D..
Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin's 2018 release Star Clocks explores the far reaches of time and..
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