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Hi All

Lots of reviews this time.
Life here in The Netherlands are getting a bit more open and normal.
Working hard on some projects and hope to get that news out there soon!

A new Book by Mark Jenkins:
“Klaus Schulze; 50 Years - The Ultimate Critical Discography"

This month marks the 50th anniversary of the first album appearance by
one of the legends of electronic music, Klaus Schulze. As a companion
volume to the massively popular "Tangerine Dream: 50 Years" book,
musician and writer Mark Jenkins now presents "Klaus Schulze; 50 Years
- The Ultimate Critical Discography".

In American A4 format exactly matching the TD book, "50 Years" covers
every single piece of music ever released by Klaus Schulze. As well as
analysis and interviews, there are huge numbers of photos, many never
before seen, and detailed explanations of instrumentation, and how
Schulze created the sounds for each of his groundbreaking albums.

"Klaus Schulze; 50 Years" will be printed only in a single run of 200,
and these are expected to sell out very quickly.
http://www.groove.nl/index3.html

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As Groove/Ron Boots we are still in hard times, concerts, festivals etc are
always a big part of our income and that has dried up completely.
The web shops and sales through 3rds are not gaining from Corona either.
So we have until now much less new releases then I had planned.
But sales just through the website etc is not making this possible at this stage.
Let's hope things change for the better soon.

Thanks for your time.

Ron Boots

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These new releases are now in stock!
And ready to ship.

Daniel & Booth - Inverse (cd)
Brendan Pollard - Diffuser The Rehearsal (digipak) (cd)
Brendan Pollard - Live and More (digipak) (cd)
Brendan Pollard - Prologue (digipak) (cd)
Skoulaman - Deepminds (cdr)
Spyra - Liese - Vikaluk - InSpyration II (cd)
The Amnis Initiative - Ejection -  (cd)
Daniel B - Ambeint 2020

You can find these releases on the New CD page.
http://www.groove.nl/index3.html

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New additions in the Catalog.
The new CD/Book releases in the catalog are the following!
http://www.groove.nl/index3.html

Rene de Bakker - Uncertain path (cd)
Daniel B - Ambient 2020 (digipak) (cd)
Daniel & Booth - Inverse (cd)
Paul Ellis - Rainforest And Pavement (cd)
Brendan Pollard - Diffuser The Rehearsal (cd)
Brendan Pollard - Live and More (digipak) (cd)
Brendan Pollard - Prologue (digipak) (cd)
Tangerine Dream - 50 Years (book)
“Klaus Schulze; 50 Years - The Ultimate Critical Discography"  (book)
Tangerine Dream - CONCERT MEMORABILIA 1970-2014 (book)
The Amnis Initiative - Ejection (digipak) (cd)
Tronestam, Johan - Next Step (cd)
http://www.grooveunlimited.nl/

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Now released on Groove (CD/Download and Bandcamp)

PAUL ELLIS - RAINFOREST AND PAVEMENT (cd)  iNFO gr-290
http://www.groove.nl/cd/g/gr-290.html

Now Available as download and CD ( www.groove.nl) :
Groove Unlimited just released Rainforest And Pavement by Paul Ellis

https://paulellis.bandcamp.com/album/rainforest-and-pavement

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TRONESTAM, JOHAN - NEXT STEP (cd)  iNFO gr-291
http://www.groove.nl/cd/g/gr-291.html

Now Available as download and CD ( www.groove.nl) :
https://tronestamjohan.bandcamp.com/album/next-step

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RENE DE BAKKER - UNCERTAIN PATH (cd)  iNFO gr-292
http://www.groove.nl/cd/g/gr-292.html
An album that brings nature inside of music. A breat Berlin School album.

Groove Unlimited just released The uncertain path by Rene de Bakker member of Beyond Berlin.
https://bakkerrenede.bandcamp.com/album/the-uncertain-path

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====== Dreamscape Radio =======
Dreamscape Radio show 548 is on-line.
With music from various Artists.
You can find Dreamscape here.
http://www.dreamscaperadio.nl

======= Reviews ======
42601 Rich, Robert - Tactile Ground

Pristinely organic ambrosia serenely floats and meanders above, while
sadly poignant piano nostalgia permeate across. Clandestinely
metamorphosing into voluminously sonorous horizons, where piquantly
celestial undulations persistently amalgamate with longingly ascending
primordial earmarks, intangibly caliginous glimpses, subterraneanly
rumbling tapestries and gossamery ear-tickling fragments. Intriguingly
supple meridians coalesce with euphoniously transporting and
spectacularly massive reverberations. Exquisitely reinforced by
abstractly wavering vistas and climbing towards staggeringly
venturesome and tenebrously sequestered vertexes. Transcendentally
peculiar realms unlock its gates... Reaching magnificently immersing
and intensely rewarding listening zones before descending through
meditatively yearning sceneries and completing this essentially
ingenious journey.

Distinguishably sophisticated aural elixir, displaying all unmista
kable signatures of its sole virtuoso, is delivered here in huge
doses. Get ready your headphones! This is without doubt a
comprehensively extended artful sonic and visual statement by one of
the most dedicated and gifted artists of his time. 6-panel eco wallet
(layout by John Bergin) with additional 16-page booklet exhibits
Robert's own graphic craft with various painting techniques. The whole
cover artifice inquisitively interacts with the soundscaping and
splendidly reveals his immense multi talent. 117-minute "Tactile
Ground" double CD, released during January 2019, is the most precise
example why ambient music is my life. Thank you so much for doing it, Robert!!!

Richard Gürtler (Apr 25, 2020, Bratislava, Slovakia)

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23918 Corbacho, Max - Source of Present

The Spanish Maestro of deepest sonic meditations is back again with
his latest aural cathedral entitled "Source Of Present". As a
reviewer, even if it's just my free time hobby and passion, I should
maybe stay more objective, however, many of you might have known and
it's no secret that I have been always utterly fascinated by Max
Corbacho's soundworlds. I am simply unable to hide this and when a new
album by Max is announced, every time I am looking forward to it just
like a small kid for his fave candy. Of course "Source Of Present" CD,
created during 2015-2017 and released at November 10th on Max
Corbacho's own Silentsun label, was no exception. How could it be? The
album comes as a 4-panel digipak with glossy cover image created by
the artist himself, while the layout duties are handled, as usual, by
Michael Rodriguez Pletz.

"The Beginning Of Remembering" is not only the opening, 24 minutes
long opus, but to be straight, also one of the most monumental epics
Max has ever carved and undoubtedly one of the most jaw-dropping
compositions since his ultimate milestone "The Ocean Inside" released
at the end of 2012. How can I resist when such gargantuan driftscape
invades my listening room? Ultra tenebrous and voluminously humming,
yet gracefully multidimensional stratums swiftly steal the whole,
breathtakingly immersing scenario. However, warmly spellbinding vistas
clandestinely permeate as well and persistently juxtapose with tiding
ear-blowing transcendental meridians. I am loosely gliding across the
unfathomably subterranean Eden, enter now and experience this pure
magic!!! "Soul Of The World", clocking to 7-plus minutes mark,
maintains its monstrously engrossing splendor, but this time more
illuminating as the sweeping vastness is insistently amalgamated with
flamboyant range of sheets, both intricately mindscaping and balmily
titillating. "Echoing Shade" promptly dives into magnificently
expansive deserted solitudes, holding the unmistakable southwest
signatures of no one else but Max Corbacho's iconic guide. Panoptic
serenity at its most majestic!!! "Transparent Phenomena", at 4:17 the
shortest piece on "Source Of Present", rides on the wings of
abundantly scenic and thrillingly overwhelming immenseness, where
colossal drone layers continuously resonate, counterpoint and dazzle
with ear-tickling glimmers. Nearly 19 minutes long title composition
"Source Of Present" unfolds in absolute stillness and then calmly
extends into an awe-inspiring panoramas of sheer atmospheric delight,
incorporating own myriad of floating, reverberating, twinkling,
glimpsing and crescendoing insignias masterfully reinforced by
superiorly prodigious flickering mirages reminiscent of the master. A
huge dose of sonic ambrosia is offered here!!! The closing 13-minute
track "On This Journey" ceaselessly reveals and tightly keeps on the
path of incredibly sublime sceneries, perpetually magnified by
sweeping and e bbing vertexes, eternally enrapturing and staggeringly
transporting. Evanescing tranquil horizons inconspicuously sneak in
and are as much spectacular and soulfully exquisite as its
quintessentially billowing and tenaciously monolithic companions.
Gorgeously enigmatic finale!

Although the presence of influential earmarks is to my taste a bit
stronger at some stages, Max Corbacho returns with almost 74-minute
"Source Of Present" masterwork, as well as with the previous
"Nocturnes" album, to the ultimate pedestal celebrating all geniuses
of powerfully engulfing atmospheric soundforging. That's the place
where he has already stood after sculpting unquestionable magnum
opuses such as "Ars Lucis" and "The Ocean Inside". And this position
fits to him more than perfectly! Bravo, Max, you fully deserve this!!!!

Richard Gürtler (Jan 01, 2018, Bratislava, Slovakia)


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80326 Daniel & Booth - Inverse

Our ears locate us in a huge aviary when they hear harmonious chirps.
A synth line is born here to transform into a beautiful paradisiac
song. The mutation is very good with this celestial song to which is
added the discreet waddling of a line of the sequencer. EM takes over
the charms of artificial birdwatching with this hypnotic alternation
which increases its rhythmic value with more jumping keys and an
emphasized velocity which is heard by the more jerky movement of the
rhythm line. The first half of Incident at Serenity breathes this
peace of mind with this swaying in the sequencer's rhythm which
increases its linear course in these musical mists which serve as a
mystery canvas between rhythm and its ambient soundscapes. A series of
explosions shakes our listening around 7:30 am, restructuring the
rhythm for a more lively approach. There is a slight cut in this
electronic rock, creating an imperfect circle in a vision of pony
swarms whe r e the heavy mellotron sails and its mysterious chants
cling, as well as synth solos espousing the shape of flying shadows
and twirling with acrobatics as effective as the airs of these night
ghosts. INVERSE is the second album of the duo Daniel & Booth, the
other being Mutiny which I still haven't heard to date. Visibly
inspired by Tangerine Dream from the Ricochet to Encore years, the
English duo dazzles us with a sublime Berlin School album scented by
those vintage years. Whether in duet or with their long-time friend
Brendan Pollard, Michael Daniel and Phil Booth remain proud
ambassadors of vintage EM. These years where the imagination behind
the mellotron injected dark veils on rhythms invented from scratch by
masters with fairy fingers on sequencer. Inject a few contemporary
tones and you have 70 minutes and EM of yesteryear where the past is
dependent on its future.
Open Channel begins with guitar chords that wander with their echoes
before Michael Daniel forges nice ether eal solos. The synth injects
layers which become breezes rolling like waves, escaping fine fluty
lines. The sequencer gets activate behind this psychedelic canvas with
guitar effects, to sculpt another pattern of agitated rhythm which
makes its keys hopping sharply in a layer of mist and its undulating
effects. A choir of extinct voices rises in this setting which is
supported by the palpitations of a bass in order to solidify its
rhythmic base. Percussive effects sculpted in wooden spoons dance the
tap as the bass line slyly increases the velocity of this stationary
rhythm with an ascending vision specific to Berlin School's floating
structures. Raging guitar solos, mellotron's harmonies and synth solos
complete the heavy structure of Open Channel, reminding us that Manuel
Göttsching was never far from Peter Baumann, Chris Franke and Edgar
Froese in this beautiful mid-70's. Inverse is a title of heavy
ambiences which advances by the weight of the implosions' resonance.
The strengt h of the winds sculpts whistling breezes while the cosmic
vision of the synthesizer injects astral airs and sound effects which
are created by these winds pushing cosmic particles to whistle near
our ears. We who floated right next to the space shuttles, still have
these scars which authenticate these unregistered flights made in our
rooms ??… where it was still possible to hear the soothing and ambient
harmonies of the mellotron and these chirps of cybernetic birds. After
a 6 minutes of vintage atmospheres, I hear Neuronium here, Neuropa
flies away on flights of the sequencer unique to Chris Franke's
electronic rhythm during Tangerine Dream's era of 76-78. A very big
title with two lines of rhythms, and even 3 at times, with opposite
visions in a sea of atmospheres conducive to the many solos with Arab
airs before Neuropa comes back to die in those atmospheres that
brought it to our ears.
It seems that we can still do something new out of old in the
evolution of EM. INVER SE by Daniel & Booth is proof! This great album
is not out yet. It has been postponed several times up until now and
it's due soon, I heard something around the end of May. You can hear a
great snippet on the Bandcamp page of the duo. It's great music with a
good use of the mellotron on rhythms and ambiences which are always
good to make us hear when they are in good creative and nostalgic hands.
Sylvain Lupari (April 28th, 2020)

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81285 Nies, Harald - Circle

It's an opening blown in crystal that a series of jerky arpeggios
unrolls a structure which is violently caught up by a line of bass
sequences as fierce than the percussions. Out of Shape eats our
eardrums with a heavy and fluid circular approach where a synth and
its Mexican flavors sing. A kind of tribal fiesta trapped in a
gyratory sequencing pattern; this first title of THE CIRCLE has
something to surprise! True to his signature of cosmic rocker, Harald
Nies always has this gift of putting our ears in the same pitch as our
feet to start his albums. Out of Shape is no exception. It's a heavy
and catchy rhythm which is sculpted in a decorative vision with a
swarm of arpeggios and sequences which intersect their lines in a
combat between harmony and rhythm which reaches an even higher level
of intensity after a brief ambient passage. Taming a Harald Nies album
isn't always easy! Always very versatile in the choice of his
compositions, and i n the art of integrating them in a fairly variable
order in terms of intensities, Harald offers us another album with his
panoply of rhythms nesting in a mosaic of nearly 72 minutes that
requires some listening in order to unravel the dose of emotions that
he's throwing at us.
After this fiery rock, Irrational Bias follows with a well hammered
Electronica structure. It's like if Moonbooter is going to do
electronic hard-rock with his cosmic wings. The harmonic design is
very stylized in THE CIRCLE. The arpeggios, like the sequences by the
way, have a harmonic as well as a rhythmic component by leaving the
main structures in order to flow like a second skin. That gives a more
attractive dimension to the music that would be a simple Techno, for
here, or simple electronic rocks elsewhere in the album. Good and
unexpected, Irrational Bias makes us stomp in this other form of
Techno which extends its ambient threads up until the opening of In
the Center which quietly blossoms in a goo d circular rock. In an
almost similar structure, but imbued with superb guitar solos, Circuit
makes us dance softly instead of being hovered. Each album offers its
pearl! Here it's Tangent Lights with its great cosmic slow which
combines sensuality and ethereal heaviness. Everything here is
designed to make our arm hairs dance with the fibers of our soul. It
couldn't be more beautiful than here in THE CIRCLE. Borders of Life
immerses us in these heavy and circular rocks with a hungry bass line,
just like the percussions too. Sailing between this very animated
structure and shorter more ethereal phases, the music remains very
melodious in particular with good synth solos and other more ethereal
effects as well as good electronic effects which flirt with a
fascinating indecipherable dialect.
Threesixty follows with a line of bold and discordant arpeggios which
roll on itself, driving the rhythm in these soft electronic rocks of
Tangerine Dream from the Miramar years. The percussiv e effects remain
gems that pique our auditory curiosity while the real percussions lead
the music into a sober rock well watered by this mixture of synth and
guitars solos. A good track of which the finale deviates towards the
more static rhythm and the more floating atmospheres of Magic Pi. No
Boundaries follows the curve of Threesixty by proposing two lines of
rhythm with intersecting courses. They trace an undulating spiral
before accelerating the pace almost 2 minutes after an introduction
filled with elements of electronic ambience. The progression remains
calm, however, with a kind of gallop in the green plains of an
electronic mirage where musicality is hidden behind magnificent solos
and harmonious arpeggios. A nucleus of small lost steps excites the
sweetness of No Boundaries which then lights up with another delicious
fusion of synth and guitar solos. The structure of Hold Me is more
catchy with a steady rock whose fluidity rocks the lamentations of
Harald's electric six- s tring. The structure strikes its atmospheric
phase before being reborn with a more hopping approach and its solos
with the scent of a Mexican trumpeter stranded on a cosmic highway.
After a brief laborious start, Leaving the Circle ends THE CIRCLE with
a rather catchy hovering rock which is unique to Harald Nies'
signature. The movement is circular with countless solos and noisy
percussions which are also more numerous in this last album of the
German musician.
You must give yourself a chance to truly break through the wall of
this versatility that makes any attempt at taming more difficult in
Harald Nies albums than elsewhere. However, his music is very good.
Its fabric and fibers are more complex because of the diversity of the
compositions and the denser and richer sound texture inside these
compositions. The length of his albums should also be reconsidered.
There are a couple of titles here that take away a lot of luster from
THE CIRCLE which is most certainly among his best albums and I would
even say the most accessible because of titles like Out of Shape, In
the Center, Tangent Lights and No Boundaries. It's a lot of reasons ??!
Sylvain Lupari (March 2nd, 2020)

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Additions and changes from June 14 2020 till June 28 2020

*new in stock *
Adeptus Mechanicus - LINES AND WAVES 1 (cdr) 14769
2020. BerlinSeq music in the style of Schulzes Timewind.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=14769

*new in stock *
Adeptus Mechanicus - LINES AND WAVES 2 (cdr) 21009
2020. Another BerlinSeq music in the style of Schulzes Timewind.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=21009

*(back) in stock *
Adrian, Rudy - ATMOSPHERES (cd) 86285
2014. Ambient electronic composer and recording artist Rudy Adrian is
no strangerto vast landscapes. this new offering from Rudy Adrian
dwells in the landscape of expansiveness inspired space music..
$ 22.49 / UKP 15.75 / EURO 17.90
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=86285

*new in stock *
Bakker, Rene de - UNCERTAIN PATH (cd) gr-292
2020.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-292

*new in stock *
Blokzijl, Gert - OLDAMBT (cdr) 23948
2020. BerlinSeq music.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=23948

*review added *
Boddy, Ian - UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE 2020 (cd) gr-288
1993. Original music with a great live track from Klemdag 1993.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-288

*(back) in stock *
Can - EGE BAMYASI -REMASTERED- (cd) 67349
2012.
$ 14.99 / UKP 10.49 / EURO 11.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=67349

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Daniel B - AMBIENT 2020 (cd) 56894
2020. Perfect mix of modern ambient and Berlin School. Daniel B is
part of the famous Front 242 group.
Digipak
$ 14.99 / UKP 10.49 / EURO 11.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=56894

*review added *
Daniel & Booth - INVERSE (cd) 80326
2020.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclip/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=80326

*(back) in stock *
Darshan Ambient - RE:KARMA (cd) 39843
2005. Retrospective of new and old work.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=39843

*new in stock *
Ellis, Paul - RAINFOREST AND PAVEMENT (cd) gr-290
2020.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-290

*review added *
Fang, Forrest - FOLLOWING THE ETHER SUN (cd) 70854
2017. Limited to 300 copies.
$ 19.49 / UKP 13.75 / EURO 15.49
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=70854

*new in stock *
Gandalf - SECRET SARAI (cd) 39073
2020. Dreamy melodies, ethereal environments.
$ 22.49 / UKP 15.75 / EURO 17.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=39073

*(back) in stock *
Gerrard, Lisa - WHALERIDER (cd) 53489
2003. An experience of profound power and spiritual enlightenment.
Extra cardboard sleeve
$ 16.25 / UKP 11.49 / EURO 12.99
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=53489

*new in stock *
Martin, Ken - SOLAR SURFING (cdr) 48685
2020. BerlinSeq music.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=48685

*new in stock *
Neil, Michael - FLIP SIDE (cdr) 14818
2020. Melodic EM with Sequencing on the side.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=14818

*(back) in stock *
Peru - BEST OF PERU 1979-1999 (cd) 17772
1979/1999. Incl. 3 new tracks.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.99
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=17772

*review added *
Peru - RETURN (cd) 35906
2018. The brand new PERU!!.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.95
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=35906

*new in stock *
Pickford, Andy - PAREIDOLIA VOL 3 (cdr) 74362
2020.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=74362

*new in stock *
Pickford, Andy - PAREIDOLIA VOL 4 (cdr) 83458
2020.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=83458

*new in stock *
Pollard, Brendan - DIFFUSER THE REHEARSAL (cd) 21547
2020.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=21547

*new in stock *
Pollard, Brendan - LIVE AND MORE (cd) 88286
2020.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=88286

*new in stock *
Pollard, Brendan - PROLOGUE (cd) 60575
2020.
$ 18.75 / UKP 13.25 / EURO 14.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=60575

*review added *
Skoulaman - DEEPMINDS (cdr) 46628
2020. An album with a few older pieces but still fantastic music.
These are limited to a 100 copies and gone is gone..
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=46628

*review added *
Space Megalithe - ABSTRACT DIMENSIONS (cd) 21709
2014.
$ 17.49 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=21709

*new in stock *
SpiralDreams - COLOURS (cdr) 87064
2020. Berlin School from the 70's with melodies.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=87064

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Tangerine Dream - 50 YEARS (book) 30326
Mark Jenkins look on 50 Years of TD..
$ 48.75 / UKP 34.25 / EURO 39
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=30326

*new entry / track listing and cover added *
Tangerine Dream - CONCERT MEMORABILIA 1970-2014 (book) 20575
TANGERINE DREAM - ITINERARY: THE CONCERT MEMORABILIA 1970-2014 by
American author BRAD DUKE.
Release date: 2020
$ 81.25 / UKP 56.99 / EURO 65
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=20575

*new entry / new in stock *
The Amnis Initiative - EJECTION (cd) 46465
2020. Inspired by: Asura, Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre, Carbon Based Lifeforms.
Digipak
$ 16.25 / UKP 11.49 / EURO 12.90
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=46465

*new in stock *
Tronestam, Johan - NEXT STEP (cd) gr-291
2020. A vision of Planetary exploration in Sounds and Music!.
$ 17.25 / UKP 12.25 / EURO 13.75
Details/soundclips/ordering: http://www.groove.nl/jump2.php?artnum=gr-291

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at this moment. One of the reasons is that because of you our costumers
we can keep these prices so low. With over 1500 parcels shipped last year
we can stay in the lowest shipping prices!
I am glad we are one of the few suppliers of EM that did not have to raise
their shipping prices. So for the 4rth year in a row they stay the same!!

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for in their program and we try to keep up with the stock there..
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