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July 19, 2006

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Steve PMX

weird - looking at that Japanese EM site, they've got something called The Android Sisters in their catalogue. It looks really weird now I must acquire...

http://www.emrecords.net/records/00058.html

Krys O.

The Android Sisters were played in heavy rotation by several FMU djs back in the day. S'cool.

lars

dug this record up in the jazz section of WUOG in Athens, Georgia a year ago. just could not ignore that cover. what a great slice of weird psychedelic jazz!

david r

Roland Young was also involved in Infinite Sound, an ultra obscure free/spiritual jazz group that released (to my knowledge) only one self-titled LP in the early 70s. Excellent album.

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