20 August 2019: Pink Floyd "More" / INDEX06 (DiN60) Ian Boddy et al

From Wikipedia:
More (released in the United States as Original Motion Picture Soundtrack from the film More) is the first soundtrack album and third studio album by English rock band Pink Floyd. It was released on 13 June 1969 in the United Kingdom by EMI Columbia and on 9 August 1969 in the United States by Tower Records.[2] It was the band's first album without any involvement from former band leader Syd Barrett, and is a soundtrack for the 1969 film of the same name, which was primarily filmed on location on Ibiza and was the directorial debut of Barbet Schroeder.
Unlike its predecessors The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967) and A Saucerful of Secrets (1968), More received mixed reviews from critics.
More is a psychedelic rock[3] soundtrack album which contains some acoustic folk ballads, a genre that appeared sparsely on Pink Floyd's later works. It also contains some of the band's "heaviest" recordings, such as "The Nile Song" and "Ibiza Bar",[4][5] as well as several instrumental tracks, featuring their experimental and avant-garde approach.
This is Pink Floyd's first full album without founding member Syd Barrett, who was ousted from the group in 1968 during the recording of A Saucerful of Secrets. It is one of only three Pink Floyd albums to feature David Gilmour as the sole lead vocalist, the others being 1987's A Momentary Lapse of Reason and 2014's The Endless River, and it is also the first album to be produced by Pink Floyd without assistance from Norman Smith. More was recorded at Pye Studios, Bryanston Street, London W1 and engineered by Brian Humphries.[6] It is the only album in the band's discography not to have a lead vocal from Roger Waters during his tenure in the band (1964–1985).
Two songs can be heard in the film which were not included on the album: "Seabirds"[7] and "Hollywood". Those songs, as well as two other songs from those sessions,"Theme (Beat Version)" and "More Blues (Alternative Version)", were released in 2016 in the box set, The Early Years 1965–1972. The set in which these tracks appear, 1969: Dramatis/ation was made available as a standalone release in 2017. "Seabirds" is not the track heard in the film, but a reworking of "Quicksilver".

iNDEX06 is the sixth DiN compilation album and includes two tracks each from the titles DiN51 - 59. The artists on show this time are Ian Boddy, Node, ARC, Bluetech, d’Voxx and collaborations between Parallel Worlds & Dave Bessell, Ian Boddy & Erik Wøllo and Markus Reuter & Ian Boddy.

As with the previous five DiN samplers DiN label boss Ian Boddy has mixed and cross-faded the 18 tracks into a continuous ambient mix that not only showcases the albums featured on the release but presents an exciting and varied title in its own right. It also highlights the varied and intriguing music that the DiN label offers on its releases from deep analogue synth grooves through vibrantly melodic instrumentals to powerful, epic ambient atmospheres. An intoxicating mix of the old and new beautifully presented in a slimline cardboard wallet with an extra flap which just adds to the value and collectibility of this release.

Furthermore this compilation falls in the same year that the DiN label is celebrating its 20th anniversary. This is no small feat for a niche independent label and DiN is finally getting some of the recognition it so justly deserves. DiN60 will be included as the subscribers free CD in the July issue of the well respected magazine Electronic Sound and is also pencilled in to be featured on the Bandcamp main web page in the same month.


released July 19, 2019

This compilation edited from the original tracks by Ian Boddy - March 2019.


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13 August 2019: Space Rock! Ozric Tentacles & Oresund Space Collective

From Wikipedia:
Sunrise Festival, released in 2008, was a live album from the Ozric Tentacles, recorded 1 June 2007 at the Sunrise Celebration Festival, Somerset, England.[1] This recording marks the return of Merv Pepler and Joie Hinton to the band, who had left in 1995 to form Eat Static. The second disc is a DVD containing a bonus track "The Throbbe" following "Erpland."

Track listing

  1. "...Blimey!" – 3:20
  2. "O-I" – 3:46
  3. "Vita Voom" – 4:41
  4. "Jurassic Shift" – 13:00
  5. "Sunrise Jam" – 8:35
  6. "Erpland" – 6:14
  7. "Snakepit" – 4:47
  8. "Eternal Wheel" – 10:31
  9. "White Rhino Tea" – 6:45
  10. "Tidal Convergence" - 10:22

The band

We'll be playing the final track from the Oresund Space Collective album, Different Creatures, released November 14, 2015 : 
From their Bandcamp page:  We are a music collective from Denmark and Sweden that play totally improvised space rock music. We have released 29 records since 2006. Music for your mind to escape the Matrix...
 The band on this release was the following:
(in alphabetical order)
Alex - Drums and Percussion
Dr Space - Analog Synthesizers
Hasse - Bass, DounDouns
Jonas - Hammond, Synthesizer, Electric Piano, Guitar*
Jonathan - Guitar, Violin, Theremin, Hammond*, Electric Mandolin
KG - Sitar and Analog Synths
Mattias - Guitar, Pedal Steel, Shaker
Mats – Guitar, Bass**

*on The Man From Wales
**on Juggle the Juice, Digestive Raga, Bon Voyage


released November 14, 2015

Recorded live at the Black Tornado Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct 24-26th 2014.
Mixed in the Magnetic Satellite hovering above Stockholm, Sweden by Jonathan Segel with spiritual guidance from Hasse.
Mastered at Gyroscope Studios, Stockholm, by Frank Sanderson.
Artwork by Mårdøn Smet.
CD and LP layout by David Graham.
Fotos by Sabine Pottien.
released on Space Rock Productions, SRP030
500 copies on CD & 500 copies on Vinyl
(200x black / 300x yellow (side A/B) - orange (side C/D) - blue (side E/F)