Omni177Messer Chups: |
Church of Reverb
Spectacular, macabre post-Soviet Surf-rock instrumentals from behind the (former) Iron Curtain!More Info....Omni176Bruce Haack:
St. Petersburg trio Messer Chups cook a delicious plate of exotic psycho-billy guitar jams and raucous rave-ups.
Their fantastic new album is delivered direct from the heart of the Russian beast to you - Betty Page, Bela Lugosi and the Wolfman twanging and poun...
The first ever official LP reissue of Bruce Haack’s 1970 electro-psyche masterpiece!
More Info....Omni175Felix Kubin:
Remastered 2013 from the original master tapes!
Deluxe 180gram vinyl presented with replica lyric booklet, original artwork and more!
Bruce Haack's "The Electric Lucifer" is rightly considered one of the masterworks of 20th century electronic music. Ori...
Fractured transmissions from a crypto-Utopian future and pop missives from
the neon-Freudian wastelands, the new Felix Kubin album is everything (and
more) you could want from the Hamburg-based Kaiser-elect of electronic
musik.More Info....Omni174Jimmie Driftwood:
Franco-machine-funk monster ‘Atomium Vertigo’ slinks and slides, ‘Flies
Without Memory’ clicks and glides while ‘Piscine Resonnez...
Sings Newly Discovered Early American Folk Songs / The Wilderness Road
Folklorist, teacher and performer Jimmie Driftwood wrote over 6000 songs
during his extraordinary life.
More Info....Omni173Porter Wagoner:
Presented here are his first 2 LPs for RCA Victor Records, ‘Sings Newly
Discovered Early American Folk Songs’ (1958) and ‘The Wilderness Road’
Over-brimming with vernacular charm, tall tales and boundless spirit,
Jimmie captures th...
The Bottom Of The Bottle/Confessions Of A Broken Man
Not only does it sport one of the greatest album covers of all time, but 1968’s ‘The Bottom Of The Bottle’ is also one of the very finest of Porter Wagoner’s legendary string of concept LPs.
Alcoholic cautionary-tales fashioned from pedal steel, string bass and pure pathos – Porter’s cast of inebriates shuffle from barstool to gutter to grave. ‘Wino’...