Remastered with bonuses, (definitively) in tough mono, too; Chelsea Girl; the Scepter Studio version and excerpts from the Factory rehearsals, sounding great; two discs live in 1966, first issue; massive booklet.
Top-quality Japanese vinyl reissue. The CD is from Virgin.
The 1975 ambient landmark, kissing off rock.
Her solo debut in 1970, backed by fellow Mutantes, with arrangements by Rogerio Duprat. A flamboyant, tainted pop album. It doesn’t sound like Nico at all, but its moves put her in mind.
Our favourite Stanley Clarke album by a country mile, this is classic, deep space-jazz, with Andy Bey and Dee Dee Bridgewater singing.