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    Porcupine Tree - Voyage 34
    Tesseract - Altered State

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    Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio and In Concert
    Eivind Aarset - Dream Logic
    Master Musicians Of Bukkake - Far West
    Causa Sui - Summer Sessions, Vol. 1-3
    Causa Sui - Euporie Tide
    Nils Petter Molvaer - Baboon Moon
    Monomyth - s/t

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    Henry Brant-Music For Massed Flutes
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    Picked up several titles last night:

    Haken - Mountain
    Levin Minnemann Rudess
    Magenta - Twenty Seven Club
    Bruford - One of a Kind

    and some classic and new Italian prog....
    Alphataurus -s/t
    Murple - Io Sono Murple
    Maxophone
    Il Tempio Delle Clessidre - AlieNatura
    Ingranaggi Della Valle - In Hoc Signo

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    David Lang-Pierced
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    From RIO

    Cheer-Accident - Salad Days
    Cheer-Accident - Sever Roots, Tree Dies
    Aranis - en Toon Fret, Hidden Soundscapes
    The Exquisite Corpse Game - s/t
    Knifeworld - Clairvoyant Fortnight
    Saxlife - Total Sax Retain
    Faust - Trial & Error 2005 DVD

    I nearly got hit in the head by this last one as Zappi was throwing them into the crowd
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    Harris Eisenstadt-Golden State
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    Up till now I hadn't bought any music this year!

    Purchased a bunch on the trip to Paris and Carmaux, though (Soleil Zeuhl + RIO-festival).

    New CDs bought in Paris:
    Alain Eckert Quartet - Alain Eckert Quartet (1981, France)
    Caillou - Caillou (2013, France)
    Unit Wail - Retort (2013, France)
    Art Zoyd - Musique pour l'odyssée (1979, France)
    Yugen - Mirrors (2012, Italy)
    Sebkha-Chott - Nagah Mahdi - Opuscrits en 48 rouleaux (2006, France)

    Used CDs bought in Paris:
    Kronos Quartet - Pieces of Africa (1992, USA)
    Farmers Market - Farmers Market (2000, Norway)

    New CDs bought at the RIO-festival:
    The Wrong Object - After the Exhibition (2013, Belgium)
    Aranis - Made in Belgium (2012, Belgium)
    Jack Dupon - Jesus l'Aventurier (2013, France)
    Poil - Dins o cuol (2011, France)
    Cucamonga - Alter huevo (2012, Argentina)
    Spaltklang - In Between (2013, Switzerland

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    Dream Theater - s/t - OK, will be picking it up today on the way home from work. Being a die hard fan, it's rare I don't own one of theirs the day it's released. A whole day late, shame on me!

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    Nick Edwards-Plekzationz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanks2009 View Post
    Dream Theater - s/t - OK, will be picking it up today on the way home from work. Being a die hard fan, it's rare I don't own one of theirs the day it's released. A whole day late, shame on me!

    Ok, I'm spinning the new DT right now. Totally digging this! Still the first time through, really far too early to form opinions. I will say this, you can hear John Myung's bass LOUD and CLEAR on much of this! Seems he was given a bit more room on this disc, which is very cool. Another thing about this, I'm liking the vocal melodies a lot. I think that was a minor weakness on the last album. This time the vocal melodies seem less predictable. Again, all this on less than a full spin, so who knows how I'll feel about this album a week from now.

    Also picked up the new one from Thought Chamber. Seems the Enchant keyboardist is involved too, Bill Jenkins.

    Couldn't leave Mike Portnoy out in the cold, so I got Winery Dogs.

    And finally, got the Arch/Matheos disc form a few years back.

    Oh wait, also finally got Bruford's "One of a Kind" in the mail today. Supposed to be a fusion classic, we shall see if it lives up to the hype. Hard to argue with the Bruford, Holdsworth, Stewart, Berlin lineup. Speaking of Stewart, guess one of these years I'll finally pick up an Egg album, I really should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanks2009 View Post
    Oh wait, also finally got Bruford's "One of a Kind" in the mail today. Supposed to be a fusion classic, we shall see if it lives up to the hype. Hard to argue with the Bruford, Holdsworth, Stewart, Berlin lineup.
    Let us know what you think of it, Thomas! One of my all time faves! I consider it as "prog/fusion," fwiw. As with Kenso (who you are familiar with), there's more writing and arranging than is typical for a fusion album. I liked it right away, but the more I listened, the more it grew on me. Hope you have a similar experience!

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    Nostalgia 77 Sessions - Keith & Julie Tippetts

    Discovered this album on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHsdAmLiuIw

    A great recording, excellent material, and inspired performances. But you gotta be a
    jazz lover. And not the kind who considers Morglbl, jazz.

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    Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band-Safe As Milk(mono cd)
    Family-Once Upon A Time(box)
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    Spanky & Our Gang-The Complete Mercury Recordings

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    From The Kitchen Archives No.3-Amplified: New Music Meets Rock,1981-1986
    Ragnar Grippe-Ten Temperaments-Situation I-Ur Undrens Tid
    Jorgen Plaetner-Electronic Music
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    Il Tempio delle Clessidre-AlieNatura

    And a Sundazed binge

    Captain Beefheart-Safe as Milk
    The Love Exchange-S/T
    John Mayall w/Eric Clapton-Blues Breakers
    John Mayall-A Hard Road
    The Ventures-On Stage
    Nancy Sinatra-Movin' With Nancy
    Syndicate of Sound-Little Girl
    Bryan MacLean-Candy's Waltz
    Moby Grape-S/T
    Moby Grape-Wow
    Moby Grape-Grape Jam

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    Quote Originally Posted by aplodon View Post
    New CDs bought at the RIO-festival:
    The Wrong Object - After the Exhibition (2013, Belgium)
    This album is fantastic. Probably my pick for the best of 2013.

    My recent purchases ...

    Chrome Hoof - Chrome Black Gold
    Hamster Theatre - Carnival Detournment (special)
    Rush - Vapor Trails (Remixed)
    Last edited by zombywoof; 09-29-2013 at 08:15 PM.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

    colouratura.bandcamp.com

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    anna von hauswolff – “ceremony”
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    Caillou - Caillou
    Eckert, Alain - Alain Eckert Quartet
    Unit Wail - Retort
    Jean Louis - Morse
    Tin Hat - The Rain is a Handsome Animal
    Doctor Nerve - Skin
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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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    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    On a trip to Trier:
    Bap - Von Drinne noh Drüsse
    Bap - Zwesche Zalzjebäck un Bier
    Bap - Radio Pandorra (Unplugged)
    Beatles go baroque
    Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene (New master recording & DVD live)
    Jon Lord - Beyond the notesThe Alan Parsons Project - I robot
    Pur - Seiltanzertraum
    Pur - Machtig viel Theater
    Pur - Klassisch Live AufSchalke

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    This album is fantastic. Probably my pick for the best of 2013.

    My recent purchases ...

    Chrome Hoof - Chrome Black Gold
    Hamster Theatre - Carnival Detournment (special)
    Rush - Vapor Trails (Remixed)
    How do you like the Chrome Hoof & Hamster Theater? I find the CH a additive guilty pleasure bounce along album.
    Ian

    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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    Kawabata Makoto's Mainliner-Revelation Space
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    How do you like the Chrome Hoof & Hamster Theater? I find the CH a additive guilty pleasure bounce along album.
    I'm still anxiously awaiting it's arrival! I will let you know when I get it.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

    colouratura.bandcamp.com

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    Chrome Hoof - Chrome Black Gold
    Philharmonie - Nord
    Philharmonie - The Elephant Bell Ringers ( Les Elephants Carillonneurs )
    Fred Frith & Henry Kaiser - Friends & Enemies ( 2 cd's 'With Friends Like This' and 'Who Needs Enemies' )
    gonna be a fun week

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