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    Quote Originally Posted by Progatron View Post
    Those are beautiful sets in that Esoteric series. I bought every one of them despite already having the excellent Voiceprint 2-disc editions.
    Definitely. I thought they were worthy of a new thread I just started. Were they released recently or some time ago?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    Definitely. I thought they were worthy of a new thread I just started. Were they released recently or some time ago?
    Quite some time ago!
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    www.cuneiformrecords.com

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    The Last US Show - Frank Zappa
    Crash of the Crown - Styx
    Free Hand (Steven Wilson remix) - Gentle Giant

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    Gentle Giant-Free Hand cd/Blu ray set

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    Takemitsu: Autumn, on the Denon label
    Takemitsu: Cantos w/ Richard Stoltzman on RCA
    Gong: Angel's Egg
    Miles Davis: In Person Friday Night at the Blackhawk
    Annette Peacock: x-Dreams

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    A bunch of stuff lately. I need to watch my dang spending!

    Zappa / Zappa '88: The Last US Show
    Dave Holland, Kevin Eubanks & Obed Calvaire / Another Land
    Jon Durant/Stephan Thelan / Crossings
    Don Rendell/Ian Carr Quintet / Blue Beginnings
    Grateful Dead / Grateful Dead (Skull & Roses) 2XCD deluxe edition
    Neal Schon / Universe
    Can / Live In Stuttgart 1975
    Annette Peacock / X-Dreams
    Gentle Giant / Free Hand (2021 reissue)
    Harold Budd / Jane 1-11
    Harold Budd / Jane 12-21
    Chick Corea / Circulus
    The Spontaneous Music Ensemble / Question And Answer 1966
    Cluster / First Encounter Tour 1996
    Daryl Way / Music For TV And Film
    The Fourth World Quartet / 1975
    Styx / Crash Of The Crown

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    Thomas Ankersmit-Perceptual Geography
    Rene Lussier-Completement Marteau
    Jimmy Giuffre-Free Fall Clarinet 1962 Revisited
    Way Out Northwest-The White Spot
    Phillips,Butcher,Solberg-We met-and then
    Can-Live In Stuttgart 1975
    Blue Gene Tyranny-Degrees Of Freedom Found
    Anna Webber-Idiom
    Steve Noble-Solo
    Vino Karma-s/t
    Tony Oxley/Alan Davie-Elaboration Of Particulars
    Wadada Leo Smith with Milford Graves and Bill Laswell-Sacred Ceremonies
    Solomon Islands-The Sounds of Bamboo-Instrumental Music of the 'Are'are People of Malaita
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    Digital:
    - Did Sprinting Die? by Doctor Nerve.
    - Dreamland by Beat Circus
    Pura Vida!.

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    Beat Circus - Dreamland
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    Just ordered:
    Magma - Concert 1971
    Since I bought the Konzert Zund box last year, I added a lot of Magma to my collection.

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    Twospeak - Reflector
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    Arrivals:

    LP:

    Black Midi - Cavalcade
    Groundhogs - Who Will Save The World? The Mighty Groundhogs
    Expo 70 - Evolution
    Haken - Affinity
    Black Sabbath - Sabotage (box)
    Still Light - Lything
    Still Light - Rosarium

    CD:

    The Monsoon Bassoon - I Dig Your Voodoo
    The Monsoon Bassoon / Defeat The Young / The Naysayer - Summer 2001: Four Seasons Singles Club
    Chloe Herington - Silent Redux
    Jack O' the Clock - Leaving California
    Radio Massacre International - Lost in Transit 8
    Radio Massacre International - Lost in Transit 10
    Radio Massacre International - Threads
    Radio Massacre International - The Clouds of Titan
    Radio Massacre International - The Rhodes Less Travelled
    Radio Massacre International - M21

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Beat Circus - Beatland
    Dreamland!
    Steve F.

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    www.cuneiformrecords.com

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    “Remember, if it doesn't say "Cuneiform," it's not prog!” - THE Jed Levin

    Any time any one speaks to me about any musical project, the one absolute given is "it will not make big money". [tip of the hat to HK]

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    please add 'imo' wherever you like, to avoid offending those easily offended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    Dreamland!
    That's what I said!
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    That's what I said!
    Stinker!
    Steve F.

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    “Remember, if it doesn't say "Cuneiform," it's not prog!” - THE Jed Levin

    Any time any one speaks to me about any musical project, the one absolute given is "it will not make big money". [tip of the hat to HK]

    "Death to false 'support the scene' prog!"

    please add 'imo' wherever you like, to avoid offending those easily offended.

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    Gentle Giant - Free Hand (CD SW version)
    Herbie Hancock - Crossings (CD remaster)
    Frank Zappa - Sleep Dirt (CD 2012-version whithout vocals)

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    Took a shopping trip to Montreal on Saturday and picked up the following:

    New CDs:
    Agalloch - The Mantle
    Enslaved - Below the Lights
    Floating Points + Pharoah Sanders + London Symphony Orchestra - Promises
    King Crimson - Live in Vienna
    Okkyung Lee - Nihm
    Seven Impale - Contrapasso
    Steven Wilson - Insurgentes

    Used CDs:
    Francois Carrier - Happening
    Causa Sui - Euporie Tide
    Cluster - Japan Tour 1996
    Consorzio Acqua Potabile - Robin Delle Stelle
    Electric Asturias - Trinity
    Estradasphere - Passion For Life (CD+DVD)
    Giant Hogweed Orchestra - s/t
    Keiji Haino / Jim O'Rourke / Oren Ambarchi - Some Long Japanese Title
    Tim Hecker - My Love is Rotten to the Core
    Kotebel - Concerto For Piano and Electric Ensemble
    Par Lindh Project - Live in America
    Joe Morris Quartet - Today on Earth
    The Samurai of Prog - Toki No Kaze
    Solaris - Live in Los Angeles
    Solaris - Archives Vol. 2: NOAB
    Solaris - Martian Chronicles II
    Solstice - Silent Dance

    New LP:
    Teke::Teke - Shirushi

    Used LPs:
    Nadja - Under the Jaguar Sun
    Wondeur Brass - Ravir

    Haven't listened to everything yet, but Kotebel, Giant Hogweed, and Electric Asturias were all blind purchases from bands I never heard before and all proved to be winners.

    Did I err by leaving behind those four used Osiris CDs I saw?

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    ^^^ Hmmmm... a combination of prog and metal. Freeson Rock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Progatron View Post
    ^^^ Hmmmm... a combination of prog and metal. Freeson Rock?
    Most of the new CDs but none of the used CDs came from Free Son. Other stops on the trip included L'Oblique, L'Echange, Bouquinerie de Plateau, and Aux 33 Tours (but I left empty-handed there), which are all clustered together within easy walking distance of each other. I also ventured way out of the way to visit Cheap Thrills for the first time in about two years and will be in no hurry to return. That store has gone way downhill from what it once was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad 2 the Bone View Post
    Most of the new CDs but none of the used CDs came from Free Son. Other stops on the trip included L'Oblique, L'Echange, Bouquinerie de Plateau, and Aux 33 Tours (but I left empty-handed there), which are all clustered together within easy walking distance of each other. I also ventured way out of the way to visit Cheap Thrills for the first time in about two years and will be in no hurry to return. That store has gone way downhill from what it once was.
    Aux 33 Tours is great for vinyl enthusiasts, but I've only ever come out of there with a couple of cheapie used CDs. I was thoroughly unimpressed with Cheap Thrills despite its longstanding reputation. I found nothing of interest, the old guy behind the counter was noticeably unfriendly, and that staircase made me feel drunk.
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    Holst - The Planets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    Holst - The Planets
    Now?

    I bought it when I was young on vinyl, which wasn't liked by my mother, she always wanted me to turn the volume down.
    I also have it on CD and I have a version for 2 pianos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Now?

    I bought it when I was young on vinyl, which wasn't liked by my mother, she always wanted me to turn the volume down.
    I also have it on CD and I have a version for 2 pianos.
    Yes. Now. Well, not right now. Yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    Yes. Now. Well, not right now. Yesterday.
    I think you are a bit late getting this. But what do I know.

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