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    Lil Nas X - Montero
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    Rigoni & Shoenherz - Victor
    Transatlantic - The Absolute Universe (extended version)
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    Zappa's Orchestral Favourites....a Zappa cd too far, I fear.....
    'I would advise stilts for the quagmires"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piskie View Post
    Zappa's Orchestral Favourites....a Zappa cd too far, I fear.....
    Fear not, and keep listening. There's some great music on that release.

    My latest:

    Grateful Dead: Cornell 5/8/77
    Mickey Hart: Mysterium Tremendum
    Wagner: Ring cycle: Janowski / Staatskapelle Dresden

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarThrower View Post
    Fear not, and keep listening. There's some great music on that release.


    "Strictly Genteel" and "Duke of Prunes" are absolutely beautiful.
    "what's better, peanut butter or g-sharp minor?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post


    "Strictly Genteel" and "Duke of Prunes" are absolutely beautiful.
    And Bogus Pomp. It's the highlight of the album, afaic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarThrower View Post
    And Bogus Pomp. It's the highlight of the album, afaic.
    I haven’t quite fully absorbed that one yet, but I’m still working on it.
    "what's better, peanut butter or g-sharp minor?"
    - Sturgeon's Lawyer, 2021

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    ^^^ Yeh, me too!
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    Grateful Dead-Fox Theater St Louis Missouri 12/10/71 3 cd set

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    Zoltan Kodaly - Orchestral Works 2CD set

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    Not really purchased, but nevertheless
    Found in the thriftstore, where I do voluntary work:
    Supertramp - It was the best of times (first I thought it was a collection, but it appeared to be a live album, so I decided to take it)
    As usual I could take it for free, but I always ask.

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    Virgil Moorefield - Distractions on the way to the Kings Party
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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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    Messiaen - Illuminations of the Beyond
    Lou Harrison - Rhymes with Silver
    Malcolm Arnold - Symphonies 3 and 4

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    VDGG - Godbluff (Deluxe 2021 Remaster)
    Ibrahim Maalouf - Illusions
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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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    Virgil Moorefield - Distractions on the way to the Kings Party

    LP (used)
    Magma - Live
    Chick Corea and Return To Forever - Light As A Feather
    Traffic - John Barleycorn Must Die
    Anthony Phillips - The Geese & The Ghost + Wise After The Event
    Kenny Wheeler w/ Keith Jarrett, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette - Gnu High
    Pat Metheny / Ornette Coleman - Song X
    Dixie Dregs - Dregs Of The Earth
    Pura Vida!.

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    Josephine Foster: Hazel Eyes I Will Lead You
    Alice Coltrane: Journey to Whatsitsname
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    I picked :
    https://onzeheuresonzeorchestra.band...om/album/vol-3
    (Beffroi ancien is a terrific tune)

    https://gabrielzucker.bandcamp.com/
    amazing IMO

    https://stevelehman.bandcamp.com/album/s-l-b-yone
    Laamb is my favorite. I'm not a Lehman guy, but this one is terrific.

    https://amarofreitas.bandcamp.com/album/sankofa
    Wonderful stuff
    https://ghostrhythms.bandcamp.com/
    "YOU WERE GOING TO MAKE ME RELEASE A CD OF YOU FRENCH GOOFBALLS DOING SOFT MACHINE SONGS"

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    I am a Lehman fan. Mis en Abime is amazing, as was Damian as Posthuman, IMO. Will check out this new one.
    "And this is the chorus.....or perhaps it's a bridge...."

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    Ligeti: Works For Piano: Etudes, Musica Ricercata (Pierre-Laurent)

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    Douglas Lilburn - The Three Symphonies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    Rigoni & Shoenherz - Victor
    Bought this one on double-LP in a time when everybody gave away their vinyl-collections. I remember it was together with David Sancious' True Stories.
    Interesting album, very orchestral at times.
    It seems it was released on CD in 1987 and 2011.


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    Just picked up Eloy's third "Ocean" and fourth "Dawn". Any other selections that should be on my radar next?

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    Stravinsky - Firebird (complete)/Rite of Spring (Dorati/Detroit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack in Wilmington View Post
    Just picked up Eloy's third "Ocean" and fourth "Dawn". Any other selections that should be on my radar next?
    How about Silent cries and mighty echoes?
    Yes, it reminds sometimes on Pink Floyd circa Wish you were here, but I like it a lot.

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    Klaus Doldinger's Passport - Motherhood
    I really like this one. It's a kind of return to the pre-Passport Motherhood days.
    Andreas Vollenweider - Caverna magica
    Faun - Eden
    I suppose I have to name this neo-folk. It is on Progarchives, so I suppose it must be prog. I think my dad would have liked this, although he was not much into vocals. Still there were some albums he liked and owned, like:
    Achim Reichel - Volxlieder
    Ry Cooder - My name is Buddy
    Elster Silberflug - Muget Ihr schauen (a copy of my own CD)
    Other vocal stuff he liked were:
    Comedian Harmonists
    Josephine Baker (partly)

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