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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  • Mel Torme-Requiem 820 Latham
  • Mad Cliff-It Takes A Little Time
  • Owen Marshalll-Peanut Butter Ice Cream Man
  • Ann Hiagis-Free
  • Csaba Deseo-Reith On
  • Release Music Orchestra-Get The Ball
  • Webster Lewis-Barbara Ann
  • cortex-8 octobre 1971
  • Sun Ra-I Gotta Get Away
  • Eddie Harris-Free Speech
  • Ton Tan Gia Dien-Sun Bin Feigns Madness
  • Ornette Coleman-What Reason Can I Give
  • Captain Beefheart-Golden Birdies
  • Ramon Morris-First Come First Serve
  • Albert Ayler-New Grass Message From Albert
  • Peter Thomas Sound Orchestra-Take Sex
  • Pierre Henry-Generique
  • ThrobbingGristle-20 Jazz Funk Greats
  • Isotope 217->> (Fast Forward)
  • General Strike-Interplanetary Dub
  • Strategy-Noise Tape Reggae
  • Moggi-Bric Brac
  • Eno & Hassell-Delta Rain Dream
  • Vangelis-Heaven & Hell Part 2
  • Tranquility Bass-They Came In Peace
  • Malcolm Clarke-Bath time
  • Nucleus-Images
  • Morris Mcintyre-Life Force
  • Lonnie Smith-Spirirts Free
  • Alice Coltrane-Morning Worship
  • Om-Sykia
  • Jiri Stivin-The Alchemist's Trip
  • Doug Hammond-Spaces and Things
  • Last Exit-Detonator
  • Mandarin Movie-Green Girraffe