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    Hedvig Mollestad Trio - Black Stabat Mater
    Hedvig Mollestad - Ekhidna
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    Arrived in the mail today: Sukellusvene - Vesi- Ja Lintumusiikkia (Finnish prog-fusion from 1978. Read about it in an email from Svart Records, which describes it as sounding more like an early-'70s album, with which I agree.) Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by XavGel View Post
    Yup, it's very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XavGel View Post
    Yes, it is.
    Also check out Sha's Banryu - Chessboxing Vol.1
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    To lazy to check but I picked up Porcupine Tree's Box Set for the Delerium Years. Man, this is a very impressively assembled box with lots of rare tracks and a cool hardbound book that I haven't read yet.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets - Live At The Roundhouse
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    Jan Hammer - Oh Yeah?
    Alco Frisbass - Le Bateleur
    Zaal - Homo Habilis
    Miles Davis - Bitches Brew 40th Anniversary Edition
    Masahiko Togashi - Spiritual Nature
    Gavin Harrison & Antoine Fafard - Chemical Reactions
    Karfagen - Principles and Theory of Spektra
    Karfagen - The Sandpipers Symphony

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    A lovely box and a nice booklet with a lot of information on all albums, exept the 2 live-albums.

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    Peter Mennin - Symphonies 5 and 6, Moby Dick, Fantasia for String Orchestra

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    I somehow missed Sweden's Secret Service and I had seen and heard some of their songs on YouTube recently, sooo I ordered Top Secret ( greatest hits). I've only just listened to some of it in the car, cranked up! What's not to love? Sure, their top two hits, pure 70s pop. The rest, Euro-synth pop, some pulsing beats ( can you say disco-ish), with one song that could pass for prog. Just what the doctor ordered.

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    Ludolf Nielsen - Lackschmi, complete ballet

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    Bill Bruford's Earthworks - Random Acts of Happiness

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    ELP - Works volume 2, including Works live
    In Extremo - Raue Spree 2005 (live)
    Van der Graaf Generator - After the flood Van der Graaf Generator at the BBC 1968-1977

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    Egg - Egg
    Soft Machine - The Soft Machine
    Musique Noise - Dans le temps qui s'etire
    James Mac Gaw - La Fin Des Temples
    MFTJ - My Mom's Getting a Horse
    Ellen Andrea Wang - Blank Out
    Ed Bernard - Polydactyl
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    Allan Holdsworth - Sand (RM)
    Allan Holdsworth - Secrets (RM)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Allan Holdsworth - Sand (RM)
    Allan Holdsworth - Secrets (RM)
    Oh man, those are great albums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Oh man, those are great albums.
    Especially Secrets!
    I have both allready on vinyl, but these two are remastered. Which sometimes is good, sometimes not.

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    Manifesto is selling their remastered Holdsworth titles pretty cheap on eBay. I saw a 7 pack for 25 bucks. And the live CD/DVDs are under 10 bucks.

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    Kevin Gilbert's Thud 3 CD Book
    Kevin Gilbert's Giraffe 2 CD Box Set
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    Porcupine Tree - Delerium Years through 1997 deluxe boxset. Incredible!
    Max Richter - Voices - 180 gram LP

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianomankd View Post
    Porcupine Tree - Delerium Years through 1997 deluxe boxset. Incredible!
    LP
    Totally worth every penny. I played the hell out of all the discs, lots of unheard music, for a week. That was during Christmas holidays, need to return to it. I love everything about the packaging.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    Kevin Gilbert's Giraffe 2 CD Box Set
    Somehow I missed this one. I got the two Giraffe reissues back in 2012, but what the heck. Why not?

    Just ordered it.

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    Cool.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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