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lancing pack CD & drink coasters
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Special 5th birthday label compilation. 20 track selection of 1970's & 1980's library music, 1960's radiophonics, spoken word, punk, funk, jazz, prog, psych, folk, experimental electronics & more from the Buried Treasure catalogue. CD presented in a 4 page, colour lancing booklet designed by Nick Taylor & Alan Gubby with artwork by Jon Kemp. Each CD comes with Creeping Cinquefoil drink coasters.
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5 years of Buried Treasure. A special birthday compilation of 70's & 80's library music, 1960's radiophonics, spoken words, punk, funk, jazz, prog, psych, folk, experimental electronics & more from the label catalogue. The CD is presented in a 4 page gatefold pack accompanied by two matching drink coasters designed by Nick Taylor & Alan Gubby with original artwork by Jon Kemp.
"twenty delicious examples of sound...a wild, unpredictable journey"
PETER MARKS / SANTA SANGRE
"curios drawn from the outer spheres of psych, electronica & junk funk" MARK BARTON / LOSING TODAY
supported by 41 fans who also own “CREEPING CINQUEFOIL”
Being a child in the 70s and early 80s had a certain spookiness to it. Spirits seemed more readily available. I recall a homesickness which would haunt me even then, as if I were from another place entirely. Life's a mystery which childhood makes even worse, so let us revisit it in all its haunting creepiness.
Who are the "pocket pavilions"? I can find nothing more other than this one song, and it's a very good tune I really enjoy. Apocalypse Devotee
supported by 38 fans who also own “CREEPING CINQUEFOIL”
I've never heard any of these artists before but...wait.....maybe I have..? ....in the haunted recesses of my childhood TV memories perhaps? Have you always been there? You're still here?? What do you want from me!!!? (runs to the cobwebbed, cement nuclear fallout shelter in the backyard) anvil_head_music
supported by 35 fans who also own “CREEPING CINQUEFOIL”
REALLY wish I'd subscribed sooner to be able to enjoy this on vinyl! Curious the artist cited 12 Monkeys and not La Jetee as one of the key inspirations. For me, this has a more somber, introspective and timeless feel more akin to La Jetee than 12 Monkeys (though I also am a big fan of Terry Gilliam). Gorgeous music and you get the bonus of a list of excellent movies to enjoy (another note to the artist: Time Crimes is also a good film to watch). Now to somehow procure a vinyl copy... Anthony Childs