Silver Gelatin

(Oblique) Used LP $5.00

After three or four seconds of “the worst sounds I ever heard,” recalls Sam Heaton, “I immediately purchased it.” This 1997 solo album by Noggin’s Eric Ostrowski “may be the worst record I’ve ever heard. I cannot understand its purpose, but I love it dearly and listen to it far too often to be doing myself any good.” Blue vinyl. Includes test pressing.



(Oblique) Used CD $12.00 (Out-of-stock)

The 1998 fifth solo album by the man described by a sensitive romantic at Melody Maker as “grand-meister of contemporary British improv, spiritual son of Eddie Prévost and Maddy Prior; gentle manipulator of English hymn-notics and religious incantations … poet-seducer of souls.” Classical guitar and voice that fans of reclusive sages like Nick Drake, Anne Briggs and Robert Wyatt will appreciate.