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One of the best reissue labels on planet earth, with a large number of perfectly produced releases (includings thick booklets, bonus tracks etc.). The Omni Recording Corporation has done awesome albums by Emil Richards, Yma Sumac, Felix Kubin, Katie Lee, Bruce Haack, Patrice Sciortino, Ash Wednesday, William Sheller and many, many more.

 
"Henson Cargill burst into the international spotlight with his controversial crossover hit Skip A Rope in late 1967. By 1971 (after further hits and a slew of great material) the wells at Monument Records had run dry and Henson moved to the Nashville independent Mega ...
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"When Louis Marshall Jones first adopted the stage persona "Grandpa" in the 1930s he was not a grandfather at all, in fact he was barely twenty years of age. "Grandpa Jones" soon became a renowned and respected performer of 'old-timey' and traditional songs, his ...
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"In the early 1970s Porter Wagoner was at an artistic peak and a personal trough. With hit recordings and a popular T.V show his career was in full bloom yet dark clouds were gathering over his relationship with Dolly Parton and his private life. Presented here for the ...
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"Biff Rose is well known as a wordsmith, satirist and vivid prankster. A "flower-power" Tom Lehrer exploding across rollicking canvases of song best illustrated on his 1968 album The Thorn In Mrs. Rose's Side and 1969's Children Of Light. What is far less well known is ...
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"Out of the ashes of World War II, post-war Corporate U.S.A would sully its hands with anything in search of a buck. Heck, even Hillbilly music... Here, for the first time, are 32 of the grimiest, most delicious slabs of Hillbilly misery and mayhem to grace the Columbia ...
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"In the tumultuous 1960s the powerful voices of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs and others shaped the political and musical landscape for many. Less known, but no less strident and artful, were the folk singers from the other side of town. For the very first time the ...
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"Percussionist extraordinaire (and member of the infamous "Wrecking Crew") Emil Richards was at the crucible of '60s pop and film music, playing on everything from the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations" to Jerry Goldsmith's "Planet Of The Apes". Less known, but utterly ...
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"Nashville. 1967. Something was in the air and things were about to get weird. Enter Shelby S. Singleton Jr., already a music industry veteran, he went independent with his own Plantation label. Singleton wanted to call the shots and follow his own smarts...he did and ...
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"Bruce Haack's "Haackula" is the record you've dreamt of and the stuff of nightmares. Deemed to be too dark and too offensive for release when it was recorded in 1978 it has languished unheard in the vault ever since. With its premiere release here it will soon be ...
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"At the very zenith of Psychedelia and Christianity stands the imposing figure of Brother John Rydgren. An ordained pastor of the American Lutheran Church, Rydgren laid out a heady trip of lysergic spiritual philosophy. Sincere, profound and yet deeply playful, Brother ...
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"With a legacy that spans 3 centuries (!) The Stonemans are both puzzling and compelling. Founded around 1920s Hillbilly recording star 'Pop' Stoneman, by the mid-1960s the group comprised Pop and 5 of his 13 children. With a dizzying sound that melded old-timey ...
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"Stellar songs, heartfelt performances, the finest Nashville players and the greatest set of tonsils to ever wrap themselves around activist country-pop! Here are the almost forgotten masterpieces of Henson Cargill, sourced directly from the Monument Records vault and ...
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"German born, Chilean resident AtomT is the maverick wunderkind of 21st century electronic music - a blazing one-man Technicolor factory of outlandish and fastidiously crafted arresting productions. Stealthily operating under a head-spinning number of pseudonyms and ...
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"Electro-plated antipodean-chameleon Ash Wednesday's deep catalogue of minimal-wave and early-electro compositions form an incredibly impressive and desperately under-acknowledged body of work. From the deliriously bouncy new wave pop of 1980's "Love By Numbers" to the ...
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"Avant-Primitivism and baroque lyricism collide on Patrice Sciortino's unknown and underappreciated "Percupulsions". Recorded late 1969 and released on the French 'Neuilly' library imprint in 1970, the album is delightful, mysterious and strangely accessible - jarring ...
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"Built around a concept and songs supplied by maverick songwriter/cartoonist/libertine Shel Silverstein, Bobby Bare's "Hard Time Hungrys" is an astounding and affecting chronicle of economic depression and the people most buffeted by it. Recorded in 1975 the album is ...
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"The 'Holy Grail' of Kraut-Space-Funk. The highpoint of a career that boasts the legendary 'Space Patrol' (Raumpatrouille) and 'Chariots Of The Gods' soundtracks, Peter Thomas' 'Orion 2000' is a near-mythical release that was only ever pressed in miniscule amounts as a ...
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"The 'Holy Grail' of Kraut-Space-Funk. The highpoint of a career that boasts the legendary 'Space Patrol' (Raumpatrouille) and 'Chariots Of The Gods' soundtracks, Peter Thomas' 'Orion 2000' is a near-mythical release that was only ever pressed in miniscule amounts as a ...
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"In the world of sound library and production music French Avant-garde composer Patrice Sciortino is both unique and universal. His astounding late 1960s and early 1970s recordings for the prestigious Musique Pour L'Image and PSI labels receive their first serious ...
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"Certainly there is nothing else in the Country Music canon quite like Rex Allen Jr's "Today's Generation." Promoted upon its release in 1970 as "Underground Country," it is an album both ornate and very listenable. But no amount of adornment with electric sitars, ...
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