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    LP (new)
    - Weidorje - Weidorje (Replica)
    - Ben - Ben.
    - Catapilla - Catapilla.
    - A Bolha - Un Passo a Frente (227/300)

    Used LP:
    - Pullman - Viewfinder.
    - Ponty - Aurora + Live.
    - Ponty + Grappelli - Inner City.
    - Osibisa - Osibisa.
    - Norman Blake/Tut Taylor/Sam Bush/Butch Robins/Vassar Clements/David Holland/Jethro Burns - Same.
    - Gary Burton - Seven Songs for Quartet and Chamber Orchestra (Music by Michael Gibbs)
    - Keith Jarrett - Death And The Flower + The Mourning Of A Star.
    - Billy Cobham - Spectrum.

    Digital:
    - Thumbscrew - Theirs.
    - The Microscopic Septet - Men in Neckties: History of the Micros, Volume 1.
    - Tatvamasi - Parts of the Entirety.


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    Sanguine Hum: Now We Have Light
    Richard Sinclair: Caravan Of Dreams
    The Aristocrats: Freeze: Live 2020
    Jethro Tull: A la mode
    Charles Mingus: East Coasting

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    Craig Fortnam - Ark
    Mammal Hands - Oni / Lantern
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    We're deep into our third COVID lockdown here, with all "non-essential" retail stores forcibly closed since Easter, but yesterday I was able to buy six LPs at the Birdman Sound "Mobile Pop-up Store" (which basically means he was selling records out of the trunk of his car):

    Circle - Maxim
    Joxfield Projex & Ryoko Ono - Red to Red
    Motorpsycho - Kingdom of Oblivion
    Richard Pinhas - Quentin Compson
    Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk - Eight Fragments of an Illusion
    Sun Ra Arkestra Under the Direction of Marshall Allen - Swirling

    Just missed out on the new Can archival release, as I saw someone walking away with the last copy when I got there.

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    Digital.
    Mike Osborne - Dawn.
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    Frost* - Day and Age
    Elephant9 - Arrival of the New Elders

    Man, that new Elephant9 disc is really nice.

    So is the new one by Frost*, for that matter.

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    Saygun - Symphonies 3 and 5

    Excellent stuff.

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    Finally arrived, waited more than a month for this:
    Magma - 1.001 centigrades

    How many different covers are there for this? I have a gray one, with the Magma symbol. On Progarchives there is another cover pictured and some reviewers write about the original vinyl cover, which is better than the one pictured on Progarchives.
    Last edited by Rarebird; 3 Weeks Ago at 05:51 AM.

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    Josef Suk - Ripening/Praga
    Carl Nielsen - Symphony no. 2/Aladdin Suite

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    Nucleus With Ian Carr - Torrid zone box
    Verneri Pohjola - The dead don't dream
    Die Prinzen - Krone der Schopfung

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    Magenta-Angels and Demons 20th Anniversary 4 disc set
    Submarine Silence-Did Swans Ever See God?
    IQ-A Show of Resistance
    Soft Machine Switzerland '74 CD/DVD set (just found this used!) feat. AH
    Kayak-Out of This World

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    Schnellertollermeier - Rights (digital)

    Pura vida!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickawakeman View Post
    Kayak-Out of This World
    Just ordered this, together with their latest live-album, from their own store.

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    Jaga Jazzist - The Tower
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    Arrived today:
    Magma - Wurdah ītah

    Again in another cover. On the picture it had a blue cover with the Magma thing. There is a cover with a picture from the movie (I suppose). This one has a picture of knights with heavy arms and weird helmets.
    And it has a bonus track with an early version.

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    Balada - Guernica, Symphony no. 4, Zapata
    Respighi - Sinfonia Drammatica
    Vaughan Williams - Symphonies 7 and 8

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    Dutilleux - Symphony no. 2/other stuff

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    The newly released Anthony Phillips Box Sets (Geese, Wise, and PPP V1-1V)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Covers for Wurdah ītah:
    If I had a gun to my head and was forced to pick just one Magma album, it would be this one.

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    A Formal Horse - Meat Mallet
    Ske - Insolubilia
    The Kandinsky Effect - Pax 6
    The Fourth World Quartet - 1975
    Jaga Jazzist - The Tower
    CAN - LIVE IN STUTTGART 1975
    Ensemble 1 - Guitar, Bass & Drums
    Jean-Paul Prat - Masal
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    I received the deluxe editions of Geese And The Ghost and Wise After The Event and the remasters are stunning!
    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
    I received the deluxe editions of Geese And The Ghost and Wise After The Event and the remasters are stunning!
    Those are beautiful sets in that Esoteric series. I bought every one of them despite already having the excellent Voiceprint 2-disc editions.
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