Gonna try to catch up a bit, here's a first report. Smalltown record fair in late July brought me the first five, the sixth came from a trip to a village with a hifi store that jumped on the vinyl revival bandwagon quite recently. It's like those places usually are - buys everything in bulk no matter what it is, same price for everything no matter what it is and generally not very exciting at all with too much crap. Possibly a place that you could make finds in if you visited often but there's not much to do in the village so I have no reason going there all the time to check it out. I'm sure everyone here lives close to at least one such place.
Kvartetten som sprängde - Kattvals
Rare Swedish prog that cost me some, but still a fair bit less than other copies I've held in my hands over the years. Excellent moody instrumental prog, often not unlike Bo Hanssons LOTR-works but with more feeling of a full band jamming together.
The Sea Ensemble - After Nature
Stripped down avantgarde free jazz with some more or less odd instruments (cello, ramazan, davul, flute, cazabash, sheng - I don't know what some of these are) and voice. Quite pleasant listen, it's low key and mellow and not skronky and insane. Gives it a bit of meditative or spiritual feeling.
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity
We all know this is good stuff, right? Compilation - only bought it for cheap because it had Wheels on Fire and a few more 7" tracks that I don't believe made it to their LPs.
The Incredible String Band - Changing Horses
Always walking a thin line between whimsical silliness and trippy folkpsych this one ends up in the right place.
Bob Darin - Commitment
Couple of really good swampy folkfunk songs here.
Jeremy Steig & Eddie Gomez - Outlaws
Bass and flute jazz duo - really good and relaxing.
"Only one thought left, that makes me come alive,
and that is you and me side by side, on the licorice ride"