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

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    Jerry Goodman and Jan Hammer - Like Children

    This one is soo good! I learned Steppings Tones a million years ago, and still play it whenever I sit down at a piano. Jan's drumming at the end of that piece is outstanding!

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    in mail :

    Blue Phantom Distortions
    CMU Space Cabaret
    Dog That Bit People Dog That Bit People
    Seventh Wave Things to Come
    Seventh Wave Psi-Fi
    Univers Zero Crawling Wind (EP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post

    Soft Machine Live at henie Onstad Art Centre 1971

    And on a fleamarket I got all this for ~8 $ :
    Talk Talk - Spirit of eden (had it on LP)
    Hndel - Watermusic
    Debussy - pianomusic (Fou Ts'ong) Have everything allready, canr get enough.
    Ravel - Daphe & Cloe, Bolero, Pavane pour une infante defunte
    Bach - Orchestral suites 1-4 (EMI - Neville Marriner)
    Bach - Branderburger Contertos 1-6 (had them allready, but this is a different version, DECCA)
    Nice haul.
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    Flash Featuring Ray Bennett & Colin Carter
    Dust-Hard Attack/Dust

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    Spock's Beard ~ Brief Nocturnes & Dreamless Sleep (w/bonus disc)
    Hands ~ The Early Years 1974-76
    SOT ~ Kind of Saltz
    Introitus ~ Elements
    Lahost ~ Erotic Antiques
    Steven Wilson ~ Grace for Drowning
    Dissonati ~ Reducto and Absurdum
    Hasse Froberg Musical Companion ~ Powerplay
    Manning ~ Akoustik
    Senogul ~ Aural Impressions Concert for Instrumental Ensemble
    Senogul ~ III
    Trion ~ Tortoise
    The Tea Club ~ Quickly Quickly Quickly
    Fuhrs & Frohling ~ Ammerland

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    Today I was in Delft and bought:
    The Band - Rock of ages
    Gentle Giant - Aquiring the taste
    Gentle Giant - The power and the glory
    Mo - s/t and Ha ha! The sound of laughing together in one box
    Sigur Ros - Inni
    Sigur Ros - Valtari

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    Gil Evans Orchestra-Out of the Cool
    Charles Mingus presents Charles Mingus
    Anthony Braxton-For Alto
    Horace Silver Quintet/Trio-Blowin' the Blues Away
    Benny Carter-Further Definitions
    Count Basie-The Complete Atomic Basie
    Jay Jay Johnson--Vol. 1

    Jazz kick, what can I say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wideopenears View Post
    Gil Evans Orchestra-Out of the Cool
    Charles Mingus presents Charles Mingus
    Anthony Braxton-For Alto
    Horace Silver Quintet/Trio-Blowin' the Blues Away
    Benny Carter-Further Definitions
    Count Basie-The Complete Atomic Basie
    Jay Jay Johnson--Vol. 1

    Jazz kick, what can I say?
    Good stuff.
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    I've bought very little of late. I finally got around to getting the ZZ Top "Six Pack" as MP3's, which is a comp of 6 of their first 7 albums. Deguello is not included, and I already have that on CD. This is the set where they remixed it, and lots of fans don't like it. But I'm not a purist and don't mind, plus it was real cheap, under 25 bucks. I wanted to get this when it first came out, which I beleive was the early 90's. Glad I finally got around to it after all these years. I'm loving the early stuff, especially Rio Grande Mud. Great band.
    Last edited by Yanks2014; 05-23-2013 at 02:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanks2009 View Post
    I finally got around to getting the ZZ Top "Six Pack" as MP3's, which is a comp of 6 of their first 7 albums. [...] it was real cheap, under 25 bucks.
    25 bucks for MP3s? CD copies on Amazon start at around 8 bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad to the Bone View Post
    25 bucks for MP3s? CD copies on Amazon start at around 8 bucks.
    It's a 3 disc set, and the CD's were far more than the MP3's. Maybe there was a used set, I don't take chances on those.

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    You'd be better off with the newer remastered single albums minus the tacked on gobs of reverb on the Six Pack set.

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    Sound of Contact - Dimensionaut

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    MDF grab:

    -Emperor Poster
    -MDF cheapie program signed by Ihsahn
    -Hawkwind t shirt (at a Death Metal Festival surprisingly)
    -Aura Noir t shirt
    -MDF IX 2011 t shirt (Aura Noir played)

    now, the tunes:
    Amorphis-Magic & Mayhem
    Infernal Execrator-Imperial Tyrants
    Arckanum-Fenris Kindir
    Gravewurm-Blood of the Pentagram
    Deathspell Omega-Drought
    Borknagar-The Olden Domain
    Septicflesh-The Great Mass
    Enslaved-Blodhemn
    "Alienated-so alien I go!"

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    Big Big Train - English Electric Part 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmatopia View Post
    I think I prefer "Young Men Gone West" to "Book Early", which is the only other City Boy album I have.
    Do yourself a favor and pick up 'Dinner At The Ritz.'
    "If you want to see the true nature of humanity, just look at the internet."

    http://www.discogs.com/user/moecurlythanu/collection

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Do yourself a favor and pick up 'Dinner At The Ritz.'
    You're the second person to recommend that in the last couple days!

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    Just paid off the mortgage, so I went record shopping!

    Pat Metheny-Tap
    The Magic Band-Oxford UK 2005
    Manfred Schoof Quintet-Resonance
    Mal Waldron-Moods
    Archie Shepp-Steam
    Archie Shepp-Yasmina, A Black Woman/Poem For Malcolm
    Archie Shepp-Fire Music
    Steve Lacy Five-Blinks
    Vienna Art Orchestra-A Notion In Perpetual Motion
    Ray Anderson/Han Bennink/Christy Doran-ABD
    Bill Evans Trio-California, Here I Come
    Bill Evans Trio-Waltz For Debby
    Joe Morris/William Parker/Gerald Cleaver-Altitude
    Annette Peacock-I'm The One
    Air-Air Song
    Air-Air Raid
    Art Ensemble Of Chicago-A Jackson In Your House/Message To Our Folks/Reese And The Smooth Ones
    Muhal Richard Abrams-Afrisong
    Thelonious Monk w/ John Coltrane
    Frank Zappa-Overnite Sensation 2012 Edition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    Just paid off the mortgage, so I went record shopping!

    Pat Metheny-Tap
    The Magic Band-Oxford UK 2005
    Manfred Schoof Quintet-Resonance
    Mal Waldron-Moods
    Archie Shepp-Steam
    Archie Shepp-Yasmina, A Black Woman/Poem For Malcolm
    Archie Shepp-Fire Music
    Steve Lacy Five-Blinks
    Vienna Art Orchestra-A Notion In Perpetual Motion
    Ray Anderson/Han Bennink/Christy Doran-ABD
    Bill Evans Trio-California, Here I Come
    Bill Evans Trio-Waltz For Debby
    Joe Morris/William Parker/Gerald Cleaver-Altitude
    Annette Peacock-I'm The One
    Air-Air Song
    Air-Air Raid
    Art Ensemble Of Chicago-A Jackson In Your House/Message To Our Folks/Reese And The Smooth Ones
    Muhal Richard Abrams-Afrisong
    Thelonious Monk w/ John Coltrane
    Frank Zappa-Overnite Sensation 2012 Edition
    Lotsa primo music in this haul, Reid.
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    Lotsa primo music in this haul, Reid.
    The Steve Lacy; Vienna Art; ABD are my first Hat Hut titles. These are classy re-issues with great sound!

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    Jean-Marc Foussat-L'oiseau
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    You'd be better off with the newer remastered single albums minus the tacked on gobs of reverb on the Six Pack set.
    Nah, I'm so far from a purist, the reverb and other changes don't bother me much at all. I've listened to all six albums and can only heard a couple songs that the changes hurt it much to my ears. Not worth buying these albums again, and I'm happy I didn't spend much to begin with. I did delete one song, a track called "Leila" off of El Loco. One of the worst songs I've ever heard! They were trying for a pop ballad and failed miserably. Not one of their better albums, but still some good songs there.

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    David Bowie - The Next Day
    Magnitude Nine - Decoding the Soul
    Deep Purple - Burn
    Bill Nelson - Atom Shop
    OMD - English Electric
    Klaatu - 3:47 E.S.T.

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    Fifty Foot Combo: Caffeine & Ghent - BXL
    Sun Dial: Other Way Out - Deluxe Edition
    Midnight Ghost Train: the Johnny Boy EP
    Christian Marclay: Graffiti Composition

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    Here is a list of my most recent haul from 2 trips to the local flea market. Most are guitar shred stuff. All were $.50 each.

    Richie Kotzen - Mother Heads Family Reunion
    Rik Emmett - Absolute
    Brad Paisley - Part II
    Kings X - Dogman
    Steve Salas - Color Code
    Dweezil Zappa - Confessions
    Stu Hamm - Outbound
    Blues Saranceno - Hair Pick
    Marty Freidman - Introduction
    Buckethead - Bermuda Triangle
    Steve Morse Band - StressFest
    Stu Hamm - The Urge
    Blue Murder - Nuthin But Trouble
    Kings X - Ear Candy
    Kings X - ST
    Brian May - Back to the Light
    Brian May - Another World
    Steve Morse Band - Southern Steel
    BBM - Around the Next Dream
    Jason Becker - Perspective
    Frank Gambale - Passages
    Rik Emmett - The Spiral Notebook

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