Brian Auger – Get Auger-Nized! The Brian Auger Anthology

London muso's rise from mod-bod to jazz-head across two CDs

Bob Dylan – The Classic Interviews Vol 2: The Weberman Tapes

Those infamous phone calls to the world's looniest fan

Pentangle – The Lost Broadcasts 1968-1972

Long-lost session tracks retrieved from BBC transcription discs and cleaned-up AM radio broadcasts

The Saddest Trip

Superbly packaged box set of all five Garcia solo discs, plus oodles of outtakes

Prophet Margins

13-track compilation features newly discovered track and a little dubious tinkering

Various Artists – Hidden Charms

Meticulously eccentric compilation of psychedelic rare groove

Glenn Branca – Lesson No 1

New York punk goes classical. Or vice versa

Jeff Beck – Beck-Ola

Originally released in September 1969, left Beck's second album read like a superstar summit meeting, but for the guitarist it was just another day at the office. He'd already replaced Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds, supported The Beatles in Paris, and appeared in Antonioni's movie Blow-Up, livening up the psychedelic club scene with some extreme axe-mangling GBH.

Thick Pigeon

Undeservedly obscure synth duo reappraised

Dion – 70s:From Acoustic To Wall Of Sound

Mr DiMucci puts adolescence to bed in slick urban soul collection
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