Thread: The Obligatory "Most Recent Purchases" Thread...

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    I'm here for the moosic NogbadTheBad's Avatar
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    Makaya McCraven - In The Moment
    Makaya McCraven - Universal Beings
    Supersilent - 13
    Deadly Orgone Radiation - Power Trips
    Alex Ward - Gated
    Squid - Near The Westway
    Cluster - USA (Live)
    Plaistow - The Crow
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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?
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    Bryan Ferry - Mamouna

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    The Beach Boys - Feel Flows (vinyl box set)
    The Gasman - Voyage (holy cow, this guy is incredible!)
    Jeff Babko - Mondo Trio
    William Parker / In Order To Survive - Live/Shapeshifter
    The Claudia Quintet - Super Petite

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    The results of my Saturday shopping trip to Montreal:

    New LP:
    Jason Sharp - The Turning Centre Of A Still World

    New CDs:
    Katatonia - Viva Emptiness
    Leprous - Aphelion
    Wardruna - Kvitravn

    Used CDs:
    Acoustic Asturias - Bird Eyes View
    From.UZ - Seventh Story
    IQ - DarK Matter
    Katatonia - Discouraged Ones
    Katatonia - The Fall of Hearts
    Attila Kollar - Musical Witchcraft
    Lunatic Soul - s/t
    Mike Patton - Mondo Cane
    Porcupine Tree - Metanoia
    Porcupine Tree - Nil Recurring
    Riverside - Second Life Syndrome
    Riverside - Rapid Eye Movement
    Riverside - Shrine Of New Generation Slaves
    Riverside - Love, Fear, and the Time Machine
    Sunn O))) - Monoliths & Dimensions
    Taal - Mister Green
    Thieves Kitchen - One For Sorrow, Two For Joy
    Thieves Kitchen - The Clockwork Universe
    Vespero - By the Waters of Tomorrow
    Vespero - Fitful Slumber Until 5AM
    White Willow - Signal to Noise

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    Aviator: Aviator (Japanese 2021-rerelease of this album featuring John G. Perry, Jack Lancaster, Clive Bunker and Mick Tayler, partly engineered and produced by Stephen W Tayler and Robin Lumley.

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    Binker & Moses - Alive In The East
    Emma-Jean Thackray - Walrus
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
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    Lou Harrison - Symphony no. 3/Grand Duo for Violin and Piano

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    Paco De Lucía - Cositas Buenas

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    Roger Sessions - Symphonies 6,7 and 9

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    In the thrft-store where I do voluntary work, I found Chris Hinze - Bach meets jazz, so I decided to buy it, but I could take it with me for free.

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    Arrived yesterday: Ulla Meinecke - Live at Rockpalast 1981 & 1985 box with 3 CDs and 2 DVDs

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    Ludolf Nielsen - Symphony no. 3/Hjortholm

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    Arrived today:
    Magma - BBC 1974 Londres
    Angelo Branduardi - L'infitamente piccolo

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    New CDS:
    Oregon: Bremen 1974
    Lutoslawski: Cello Concerto/Symphony No.2/Edward Gardner, on Chandos
    Kodaly: Orchestral Works on Naxos

    Used CDs:
    Todd Rundgren: Something Anything
    801 Live
    Merl Saunders/Jerry Garcia: At The Keystone Vol.1
    Messiaen: Des Canyons Aux Etoiles / London Sinfonietta, Esa-Pekka Salonen
    Messiaen: La Transfiguration... Radio Symphonie Orkest Hilversum/ Reinbert de Leeuw

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    Mild High Club - Going, Going, Gone...

    High Llamas meets Steely Dan meets older Toro Y Moi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    Mild High Club - Going, Going, Gone...

    High Llamas meets Steely Dan meets older Toro Y Moi.
    Dude… Steely Dan and Toro y Moi are two of my most favorite bands/artists ever. And I like what I’ve heard by the High Llamas too.

    Gonna have to check that one out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Dude… Steely Dan and Toro y Moi are two of my most favorite bands/artists ever. And I like what I’ve heard by the High Llamas too.

    Gonna have to check that one out.
    Pretty sure you'll dig this one then. It would be the 'Underneath The Pines' era of Toro y Moi, chill and jazzy. Someone posted a clip of it on the High Llamas facebook page and I bought it right away. Mild High Club have a couple others out too which I haven't heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    Pretty sure you'll dig this one then. It would be the 'Underneath The Pines' era of Toro y Moi, chill and jazzy. Someone posted a clip of it on the High Llamas facebook page and I bought it right away. Mild High Club have a couple others out too which I haven't heard.
    Sweet! Underneath the Pine is a great record. My fave by TyM is Anything in Return, but I own all of his albums (on CD and vinyl), and they're all good.

    Anyway, you've sold me on this Mild High Club disc. I'm gonna check it out today.

    Edit: Just listened to the whole thing, and immediately went and ordered the LP from Bandcamp. This is top-notch stuff.

    Bill, have you heard Benny Sings before? His album City Pop is really nice. I get a little bit of a Todd Rundgren vibe from it on some tracks. Lots of piano-led pop tunes, well-crafted too. There are other influences, but I'm struggling to place them right now (maybe a bit of Toro y Moi, now that I think about it). Was a very pleasant surprise for me.
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    Just bought Mainstream by Quiet Sun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Sweet! Underneath the Pine is a great record. My fave by TyM is Anything in Return, but I own all of his albums (on CD and vinyl), and they're all good.

    Anyway, you've sold me on this Mild High Club disc. I'm gonna check it out today.

    Edit: Just listened to the whole thing, and immediately went and ordered the LP from Bandcamp. This is top-notch stuff.

    Bill, have you heard Benny Sings before? His album City Pop is really nice. I get a little bit of a Todd Rundgren vibe from it on some tracks. Lots of piano-led pop tunes, well-crafted too. There are other influences, but I'm struggling to place them right now (maybe a bit of Toro y Moi, now that I think about it). Was a very pleasant surprise for me.
    Excellent! Glad you enjoyed it. I have not heard of Benny Sings, and will check it out. Thanks for the recommendation!

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    Maybe one of my last big orders from Kinesis (whose website recently has expired; Larry still sells on discogs though). Anyway, I just received a box from the fed ex guy with these today:

    The Enid - Arise and Shine vol. 1
    Karda Estra - Voivode Dracula
    Franck Dervieux -Dimension M
    Brimstone - Mannsverk
    Dificil Equilibrio - Simetricanarquia
    Baroque - La Fiabba delle Buonanotte
    Three Seasons - Life's Road
    Mainhorse - same
    Arthur Brown/ Vincent Crane - Faster Than The Speed of Light
    Townscream - Nagyvarosi Ikonok
    Tusmorke -Underjordisk Tusmorke
    Mats/Morgan - Trends and Other Diseases
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    Malcolm Arnold - Symphonies 1 and 2
    Havergal Brian - Symphonies 11 and 15/Dr. Merryheart/For Valour

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Bill, have you heard Benny Sings before? His album City Pop is really nice. I get a little bit of a Todd Rundgren vibe from it on some tracks. Lots of piano-led pop tunes, well-crafted too. There are other influences, but I'm struggling to place them right now (maybe a bit of Toro y Moi, now that I think about it). Was a very pleasant surprise for me.
    Benny Sings (real name: Tim van Berkestijn) is one of those Dutch acts who are Big In Japan, but hardly listened to in The Netherlands itself. I bought his last two albums for my wife and indeed the Steely Dan-vibe is there, but I also hear Michael Franks-stuff in it.

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    The Doors - Strange Days
    Madder Mortem - All Flesh is Grass
    Winds - Of Entity and Mind
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