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    Big Big Train-English Electric
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    since my previous post:

    The Sword- Apocryphon
    Patsy Cline - Live at the Opry
    Imperial Swing Orchestra - s/t
    Nine Stones Close - St Lo
    Freedom Hawk - Sunlight
    Ghoultown - Give 'Em More Rope

    Pre-ordered Five Horse Johnson - The Taking of Blackheart

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    Today: the new Soundgarden, and I'm loving it on the first listen.
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    The Tangent Project - Surface
    Pyxl8r - Life Unsettling
    Joo Won Park - USB album 1.0

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    Trad Dads, Dirty Boppers & Free Fusioneers 1961-1975, a fantastic collection of previously unreleased tracks from UK jazz (as recommended on PE).

    Larks' Tongues 40th anniversary box set.
    Where Are They Now? Yes news: http://www.bondegezou.co.uk/wh_now.htm
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    Iron Butterfly - Scorching beauty / Sun and steel
    More or less completing my Iron Butterfly collection. I think I only miss Ball, but it can only be obtained at a price I'm not willing to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Iron Butterfly - Scorching beauty / Sun and steel
    Ah, with the Jon Anderson co-write.

    Henry
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    Quote Originally Posted by bondegezou View Post
    Ah, with the Jon Anderson co-write.

    Henry
    Yes indeed. I was very surprised when I read it in the booklet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Yes indeed. I was very surprised when I read it in the booklet.
    So, I've never actually heard it. Does it sound at all Anderson-y?

    Henry
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    Quote Originally Posted by bondegezou View Post
    So, I've never actually heard it. Does it sound at all Anderson-y?

    Henry
    I don't think so, but beside of Yes, I can't say I have heard much Jon Anderson.

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    Michael Hedges-Aerial Boundaries
    Conlon Nancarrow-Studies For Player Piano-The Original 1750 Arch Recordings
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    No prog, but I recently got Karizma's "Perfect Harmony".

    Also pre-ordered The Blu Nile's "A Walk Across The Rooftops" and "Hats" editions with bonus material. I have the unreleased/b-side material, but I can't wait to hear the remasters and better recordings of the rare material!

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    Focus - Live at the Rainbow (excellent performance and sound quality)
    Heart - Fanatic
    Fleetwood Mac - Kiln House
    Gary Clark Jr. - Blak & Blue

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    Yesterday I got:

    The Who- Live in Hull 1970
    Zoltan- The First Stage
    Soundgarden- King Animal
    Kebnekajse- Aventure
    Lalle Larsson"s Weaveworld- Nightscapes
    Stray Dog- s/t

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    Arrived today:
    Grobschnitt - Die Grobschnitt Story 0

    Still waiting for a bunch of other CD's.

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    Fortrangt Hushallsasrbete - Offret Om At Alska...
    Bärtsch, Nik/Ronin - Live 2 x CDs
    Fripp & Travis - Follow CD + DVD-A
    Amon Duul II - Wolf City (expanded/remastered/digipack)
    Elephant9 with Reine Fiske - Atlantis
    Diagonal - The Second Mechanism
    Zoltan - First Stage Zoltan
    Panzerpappa - Astromalist
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Fortrangt Hushallsasrbete - Offret Om At Alska...
    You didn't already have that one? I'm a bit disappointed at you, Ian

    Seriously, you're in for a treat. That one is something special.

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    What I bought in October:

    New CDs:
    Abus Dangereux - Le quatrième mouvement
    Elephant9 - Atlantis
    Forever Einstein - Racket Science
    Forever Einstein - Opportunity Crosses the Bridge
    Panzerpappa - Astromalist
    Stormy Six - Original Album Series (5 CD set)
    Ut Gret - Recent Fossils (3 CDs)

    Used CD:
    Banda Elastica - Los Awakates de Nepantla

    DVD:
    Soft Machine - Alive In Paris 1970

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Fortrangt Hushallsasrbete - Offret Om At Alska...
    Quote Originally Posted by aplodon View Post
    You didn't already have that one? I'm a bit disappointed at you, Ian

    Seriously, you're in for a treat. That one is something special.
    What can I say, I'd never even heard of it until a couple of weeks ago when Udi & Dave K (I think) were recommending it. That was good enough for me.
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    What can I say, I'd never even heard of it until a couple of weeks ago when Udi & Dave K (I think) were recommending it. That was good enough for me.
    Yep, I'd trust their judgment.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I'd never even heard of it until a couple of weeks ago
    Can't blame you for that. They're from my country, but I hadn't heard of them either, until Dave K recommended them on PE some years ago.

    They ought to be compulsory to try for everybody into avant prog. But I guess they are unknown to most potential listeners. Have you heard it yet?

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    I picked up the following CD's: the new Eno, Velvet Underground / Live at La Cave and Sonic Youth / Smart Bar, Chicago 1985.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aplodon View Post
    Can't blame you for that. They're from my country, but I hadn't heard of them either, until Dave K recommended them on PE some years ago.

    They ought to be compulsory to try for everybody into avant prog. But I guess they are unknown to most potential listeners. Have you heard it yet?
    Nope, ordered unheard.
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Nope, ordered unheard.
    I put it on my Christmas list. There's something intriguing about an album that is undiscovered.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

    colouratura.bandcamp.com

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