Music To Ease Your Disease



Strap yourself in and prepare for some Music To Ease Your Disease. Three of London's most noted sonic archaeologists will be selecting some choice ingredients from their collections to concoct a deeply psychoactive brew for your aural pleasure. Expect electric jazz, abstract funk, microscopic noisebursts, minimal repetitions, West Coast cool, and deep space soundscapes as Mike Keelin, Lascelle Gordon and Micky Donnelly take you on a long, strange trip through the outer limits.

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  • Wolfgang Dauner-Brazing The High Sky Full
  • Buster Williams-The Hump
  • Sir Collins-New Cross Fire
  • Music in the World of Islam 6: Drums & Rhythms-Untitled
  • Jackie Mclean & Michael Carvin-De I Comahlee Ah
  • Tapes-Datura Mystic Dub
  • Sun Ra-Space is the Place
  • Bennie Maupin-Past + Present = Future
  • Brian Bennett-Solstice
  • Cochius-indianenmars
  • Hysear Don Walker-Children of the Night
  • Tribesman Assault-High Times
  • Stanley Unwin-Hi-de-Fido
  • Nucleus-Speaking For Myself, Personally, In My Own Opinion, I Think...
  • Timmy Thomas-Funky Me
  • The Art Ensemble of Chicago: Fanfare for the Warrior-The Key
  • Archie Shepp-Attica Blues
  • Clifford Thornton-Right On!
  • Wendy Mae Chambers-New York New York
  • Herbie Hancock-Death Wish
  • Larry Young-Alive
  • Dorothy Ashby-For Some We Loved
  • Bill Dixon-Metamorphesis
  • Jon Hassell-Air
  • Unknown-Get Movin'
  • Langley School Choir-Good Vibrations
  • Leon Thomas-Its My Life I'm Fighting For
  • Henry Flynt-Central Park Transverse Vocal #1
  • The Descendants of Mike and Phoebe-Well Done, Weldon