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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post
    Tomeka Reid - 3+3
    Elephant9 - Mythical River
    Peter Gabriel - i/o
    Ray Mazurek - Milan
    Motorpsycho - Here Be Monsters
    Steven Wilson - The Future Bites
    Anthony Pirog - In Side
    For some reason I don't think I mentioned it on here but I bought the Peter Gabriel I/O last fall on a pre-order and received it I think in late November. I only listened to it once so far. The Steven Wilson is interesting. I'll have to listen to it again (also only once so far). Motorpsycho is on my list to check out at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    For some reason I don't think I mentioned it on here but I bought the Peter Gabriel I/O last fall on a pre-order and received it I think in late November. I only listened to it once so far. The Steven Wilson is interesting. I'll have to listen to it again (also only once so far). Motorpsycho is on my list to check out at some point.
    I have heard enough of Gabriel & Wilson's to warrant the buy. The wilson is less than 10$
    Motorpsycho is a gamble, I get about 60% like with most of the stuff of theirs that I have. This particular one gets several thumbs up from folks I follow.
    My taste is broad enough to handle the pop as well as the experimental. It keeps my brain happy.
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    Here Be Monsters is a pretty good one, I think you should like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Here Be Monsters is a pretty good one, I think you should like it.
    I'll add it to my "list."

    I bought the SW for six dollars on LE. I don't mind poppy on occasion.
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    Mike Keneally - Nonkertompf Live - Groningen, The Netherlands - October 19, 2001
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    Yiorgos Fakanas Group-Live In Athens......The nest...
    Jukka Haavisto--Reflections
    "And this is the chorus.....or perhaps it's a bridge...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wideopenears View Post
    Jukka Haavisto--Reflections
    Very good jazzrock/fusion-CD with great fretless bass-playing!

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    Tapir! - The Pilgrim, Their God and The King Of My Decrepit Mountain
    OOIOO - Armonico Hewa
    Cassiber - Beauty and the Beast
    Selcouth Quartet - s/t
    Chien Bernard - Felindra
    Shackleton / Zimpel - Primal Forms
    De Beren Gieren - What Eludes Us
    Olivia Block - The Mountains Pass
    Shabaka Hutchings - Perceive its Beauty, Acknowledge its Grace
    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Very good jazzrock/fusion-CD with great fretless bass-playing!
    Yes, agreed.
    And if you haven't heard that Fakanas Group album, you should. Guthrie Govan killing it, but all players are on fire.
    "And this is the chorus.....or perhaps it's a bridge...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wideopenears View Post
    Yes, agreed.
    And if you haven't heard that Fakanas Group album, you should. Guthrie Govan killing it, but all players are on fire.
    Thanks. Didn't know the band. Great playing indeed, although I like my guitarstuff somewhat less shredding. Like Brett Garsed and Mike Stern on Domino:


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    The Tangent - To Follow Polaris
    The Flower Kings - Look At You Now
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    Hindemith - Orchestral Works (3CD set)

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    Ravel - Orchestral Works (3CD set)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    Ravel - Orchestral Works (3CD set)
    Claudio Abbado?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Claudio Abbado?
    Martinon

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    Masao Ohki - Symphony 5 'Hiroshima'/Japanese Rhapsody
    Arnold Bax - Symphony 7/Tintagel

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    Just arrived:
    Klaus Schulze - Pete Namlook - The dark side of the Moog vol. 1-4
    Kraan - Zoup
    Gong - Gazeuse!
    Beth Hart - Better than home
    Mike Oldfield - Tubular bells 50th anniversery celebration
    Hania Rani - Music for film and theatre
    Anne Clark - Synaethesia Classics re-worked
    Niedeckens Bap - Zeitreise / Live im Sartory
    Chris De Burgh - Into the light
    Maschine - Mein Weg
    Depeche Mode - Memento Mori

    Defenitly not all prog

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    Bruckner - Symphony 2
    Schoenberg - Chamber Symphonies/Verklarte Nacht

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    Got in today's mail three great vinyl reissues:

    Mirthrandir, For You The Old Women (has an additional CD with unreleased tracks)
    Memoriance, Et apres ...
    Dragon, Scented Gardens For The Blind

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    On Monday:
    Nits - Tree house fire (actually I mini-CD, with something like 25 minutes of music
    Sigur Rós - Átta (small mistake, I thought it was cheap, but I missed a 1 in the price, 9.99 or 19.99 makes a big difference)

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    Maurice Ravel - Orchestral Works, Claudio Abbado, London Symphony Orchestra (3CD)

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    Anthony Pirog - The Hunger Artist
    Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die But You Will
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    Mats Öberg - Visa frĺn Inneröra
    Green Asphalt - Green Asphalt (Dan Bornemark)

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