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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.
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..
Dave Sinclair’s 2018 studio release includes the 18 minute career highlight Home Again, the Kevin..
An eccentric design from an eccentric band. Matching Mole's charming debut album cover artwork on..
Soft Machine's third album from 1970 was a double LP, with each vinyl side featuring a lengthy si..
Featuring the four part, side-long Virtually, Fourth was Soft Machine's first all-instrumen..
Something of a consolidation of Fourth, Fifth continued the band's exploration of Jazz, Post-Psyc..
A 2015 reissue Music On CD reissue of Soft Machine's hypnotic 1973 studio offering.
Caravan in concert in 1990. Part of a special range of limited edition picture discs from the ill..
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