Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Big Calm
New - LP - 0825646134878
Sealed 2015 180gm Reissue. "Realizing That Trip-Hop Was A Dead End, At Least As Far As Hipness Goes, Morcheeba Expanded Their Sonic Palette On Their Second Album, Big Calm. Trip-Hop And Dance Rhythms Remain, But The Trio Has Spent More Time Writing Songs, Crafting An Album Where Pop, Lounge, Film Soundtracks, Reggae, Jazz, And Electronica All Peacefully Coexist. Consequently, Big Calm Is A Stylistic Tour De Force, Evidence That Morcheeba Have Turned Into A Mature, Sophisticated Group With Impeccable Taste. Occasionally, The Album Can Sound A Little Distant, As If The Fusions And Productions Were More Important Than The Actual Songs, But The Trio Is So Musically Adept, And Skye Edwards' Voice Is So Enchanting, That Big Calm Become Irresistible In Its Own Way." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Blackest Blue
New Import - FAR 009LP
Sealed 2021 EU Import. more
Dive Deep
New Import - MOVLP3086
Sealed 2022 Limited Edition Numbered Reissue From Music On Vinyl. Only 2500 Copies. "Longtime Morcheeba Fans Who Found Their Sunshine Bright Album The Antidote A Complete Disappointment Couldn't Ask For A Better Follow-up Than Dive Deep. Making That Other Unloved Effort Seem Like A Mislabeled Side Project, Dive Deep Finds Multi-Instrumentalists The Godfrey Brothers Returning To The Murky, Moody Kind Of Downtempo And Trip-Hop Of Their Early Days, Just Without Original Vocalist Skye Edwards, Or For That Matter, Antidote's Vocalist Daisy Martey. Instead, They Go About It Zero 7 Style, Utilizing A Series Of Guest Vocalists Including Smooth Rapper Cool Calm Pete, Alternative Singer/Songwriter Thomas Dybdahl, And Most Surprisingly, Pop/Rock Veteran Judie Tzuke, Who Brings A Welcome, Folk-Tinged Sound That Serves To Connect The Dots Here Between Soft Rock And Portishead. Tzuke's "Enjoy The Ride" And "Blue Chair" Are The Mellow Highlights To Curl Up With, While Dybdahl's Trilogy Of Songs -- "Riverbed," "Sleep On It Tonight," And "Washed Away" -- Finds His Poetic Musings On All Things Melancholy Perfectly Packaged In Morcheeba's Lazy Sway. Special Mention Goes To Newcomer Bradley Burgess Who Delivers "Run Honey Run" With All The Hippie Grace This John Martyn Cover Deserves. If Burt Bacharach And The Bedazzling Side Of '60s Rock Influenced The Antidote, Martyn, Bert Jansch, And Fred Neil Are The More Earthy And Literate Artists Brought To Mind By Dive Deep. The Change Does The Godfrey Brothers' Music Good, Bringing It More In Line With The Morcheeba Name And The Masterful Good Songs/Good Vibes Combination That Made Their First Two Full-Lengths So Haunting." AMG Review By David Jefferies. more
Fragments Of Freedom
Used - LP - 83602
2000 Germany Only 2LP. more
Head Up High
New - LP - PIASR355DLP
Sealed 2013 2LP 180gm Gatefold Original. Small Corner Rub. more
The Antidote
New Import - MOVLP 2916
Sealed 180gm Audiophile Reissue From Music On Vinyl. "Caressing The Listener's Cheek With A Pleasant, Somewhat Psychedelic Smile, Morcheeba's The Antidote Finds The Band Reborn As A Cross Between Burt Bacharach And The Jefferson Airplane. There's Still That Morcheeba Slyness, But The Overall Sweetness And Comfort-Giving Attitude In These New Songs -- Plus The Band's Fresh Attitude Toward Bold, Acoustic Orchestration -- Bring Them Closer To The World Of Swing Out Sister. In Other Words, The Formerly Trip-hoppy Group Is Going To Lose As Many Fans As They Gain With This One. "Electronica" Doesn't Apply Much Anymore And Departed Vocalist Skye Edwards Is Replaced By Former Noonday Underground Member Daisey Martey, A Powerfully Voiced Singer Who Can Still Emphasize The Subtle Playfulness In The Hip Lyrics (Best Of The Lot: "Vacations In Europe, Sensational Scents/We Made The Most Of Your Inheritance" From The Excellent "Ten Men"). Funk Is Forgotten But There's Still Some Soul In Morcheeba's Sound, Along With That Adventurous Attitude They've Always Had. Just When The Album Threatens To Become An Austin Powers Soundtrack, "Like A Military Coup" Dissolves Into "Living Hell," Dark Side Of The Moon-Style. Despite Their Ominous Titles, Both Tracks Are Breezy But Brainy "Feel-Good" Pop. This Balancing Of Hippie Psychedelia And Brassy Pop Would Be A Disaster In Less Crafty Hands, But The Group Pulls It Off With Sparkle And Wit. Conjuring The Spirits Of Bill Withers, Shirley Bassey, And Grace Slick While Retaining That Morcheeba Cleverness, The Antidote Is Both A Total Curveball And Pleasant Surprise." AMG Review By David Jefferies. more

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