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    Chrome Hoof - Pre-Emptive False Rapture 2LP
    Zbigniew Namysłowski - s/t 1977 LP
    Madden And Harris ‎– Fools Paradise ( reissue LP,Guerssen)
    Polyphony ‎– Without Introduction ( reissue LP,Out-Sider Records)
    Kikagaku Moyo - s/t http://http://www.progressiveears.org/forum/showthread.php/9113-KIKAGAKU-MOYO-quot-Kikagaku-Moyo-quot-repress?highlight=Kikagaku+Moyo


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    I went on a MP3 buying binge yesterday, filled some gaps in my collection:

    Pink Floyd - Obscured by Clouds, Atom Heart Mother and Ummagumma
    Gentle Giant - Gentle Giant and Three Friends
    Rick Wakeman - Journey To the Center of the Earth (2012 studio version), Return to the Center of the Earth
    Rocket Scientists - Brutal Architecture, Supernatural Highways
    Quantum Fantay - Terragaia
    Stanley Clarke - Stanley Clarke, Journey To Love, School Days
    The Tangent - Down and Out In Paris and London
    Little Atlas - Automatic Day
    Iluvitar - From the Silence
    Djam Karet - Regenerator 3017

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    I see Rick Wakeman's White Rock has been reissued. No MP3's for that, I will get the CD soon, either at Vintage Vinyl or from Amazon.

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    Pierre Vervloesem-Grosso Modo
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    Zbigniew Namysłowski - s/t 1977 LP
    I have his Winobranie CD, which is fantastic! A very good recording for a 40 year old album recorded in Poland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    I have his Winobranie CD, which is fantastic! A very good recording for a 40 year old album recorded in Poland.
    I got s/t (not expensive) just vague memory someone has mentioned his name.And yes,he has played on Niemen albums.
    I'm diggin it and now looking for Winobranie !


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    Listening Winobranie side 1 - breathtaking !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yanks2014 View Post
    Rick Wakeman - Journey To the Center of the Earth (2012 studio version)
    I listened to this yesterday, I'm shocked how good this is. It will now be the definitive version of "Journey To..." for me, I don't see a reason to play the original anymore. I really like most of the new sections on this, and the recording production is top notch. The vocals are better than on the original, even the much maligned Ashley Holt. Guess he's better in a studio setting. Of course he sings less on this, which many would think is an improvement.

    I also listened to the Gentle Giant debut. Sure, they hadn't quite figured out their sound yet, kind of a primitive version of them. But quite the strong debut. I'm starting to finally "get" what they are all about after listening to them over the past decade plus.

    Played all of "Obscurred by Clouds" by Floyd, some tasty tunes here, much could fit in with the "Meddle" album. Then I played the 4 live tracks on Ummagumma, and while I don't care for their psychedlic era, these are the best of the lot to my ears.

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    Steve Hackett- Genesis Revisited: Live At The Royal Albert Hall
    Porcupine Tree- Octane Twisted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modry Effekt View Post
    Listening Winobranie side 1 - breathtaking !
    Try the Grooves, Inc site. That's where I bought it.
    http://www.grooves-inc.com/product_i...s_id/688194792

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    John G. Perry-Sunset Wading
    Procol Harum-Simple Sister
    Procol Harum-Live In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
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    Forgas Band Phenomena - Acte V
    Forgas Band Phenomena - Axis of Madness
    Robert Wyatt - '68
    Planeta Imaginario - Optical Delusions

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post
    Forgas Band Phenomena - Acte V
    Forgas Band Phenomena - Axis of Madness
    Robert Wyatt - '68
    Planeta Imaginario - Optical Delusions

    viva Cuneiform and Zeitgeist Media
    Those are all wonderful, the DVD from NF in Acte V is outstanding.
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    Yes / Heaven & Earth
    Warren Cucurullo/Ustad Sultan Khan / The Master
    Gentle Giant / The Power And The Glory (SW Remix)

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    Picked up Keneally/Beer for Dolphins "Half Alive" yesterday...

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    Saga- Sagacity (Excellent! Amazing production and sound!)
    Yes- Heaven and Earth (The total opposite to the new Saga, the songs themselves aren't that bad, but the inconsistent production and mix gets in the way of the songs and my enjoyment of them. File under: straight to the shelf).

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    Four more for me, I've got to stop buying!

    Rick Wakeman - White Rock
    Abel Ganz - new self titled album
    Accordo del Contrari - AdC
    Saga - Sagacity

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    The saga of Hawkwind by Carol Clerk
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    Steven Wilson- Cover Version (Just bought it at FYE. Heard it on the drive back, Steven Wilson can do no wrong. Great little disc!)

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    Locomotive-We Are Everything You Are
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    Needlepoint: Outside the screen - http://www.gubemusic.com/album_51366
    For fans of Elephant9 (this is more structured)


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    Pierre Vervloesem-Grosso Modo
    Good album. Have you heard Fiasco 1996 & Rude 2005? IMO they are better, but I bought Grosso Modo too due to the presence of Guy Segers

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