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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post




    Good album. Have you heard Fiasco 1996 & Rude 2005?
    Don't know about Fiasco, i might get Rude(if i can find anyone who'll sell it at a reasonable price).I picked up Caca-Sketches of Pain a couple days ago.Pretty good.I dig Grosso Modo except the last couple of tunes,(the long ones) don't knock me out like the rest of the tunes do.
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    I bought a used CD of Phish / Fuego yesterday and tonight I purchased a new CD of Mark Egan / Freedom Town.

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    Guapo - Black One
    Sarah McLachlan - Shine On
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    Heaven Born and Ever Bright - Cardiacs
    Songs for Ships and Irons - Also Cardiacs
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Last night I attended the Yes/Syd Arthur concert at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg, FL and, as is always the case when I go to St. Pete, I did my obligatory stop at Daddy Kool records which yielded the following goodies:

    Syd Barrett- An Introduction To Syd Barrett
    Pinnick Gales Pridgen- PGP 2 (Listened to this on my drive back. Fantastic! I like this better than the first one and also the KXM cd)
    Chicago- Now:Chicago XXXVI
    Kan Wakan- Movin On
    Blur- Midlife:A Beginner's Guide To Blur

    ...and at the Yes/Syd Arthur gig I bought:

    Syd Arthur- On and On (I already had their new one and liked it, so I bought this, their first album which they were also selling on vinyl for those interested)

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    Gentle Giant - PatG DVD-A
    Yes - H & E
    The Who - 5.1phenia Bluray
    Emerson & Lake - Manticore Hall
    CSNY - 74 box set
    Latte e Miele - Passio redo
    Peter Gabriel - Back 2 Front DVD

    Some great listens

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    Gentle Giant - The Power and the Glory (Steven Wilson mix)
    Steve Reich: The Desert Music
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    Zappa/Mothers Of Invention-Wollman Rink,Central Park,NY, August 3rd 1968
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Zappa/Mothers Of Invention-Wollman Rink,Central Park,NY, August 3rd 1968

    Boot?
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Boot?

    Yup.I told myself a couple of years ago i'd never buy any boot or grey market cd,but i just couldn't resist this.Zappa/MoI live from 1968 is too tempting,and i just played it.

    Wow.Sound quality leaves something to be desired,but it's more than listenable,and it's a monster.These guys, stretching out and jamming/improvising,are 'get down on your knees and worship' fantastic.My jaw/tongue are on the floor.It's THAT GOOD.
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    Musica Urbana-s/t
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    Francois Breant-Sons Optiques
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    Yes - Close to the Edge (CD/Blu-Ray)

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    Irving Fine-Symphony 1962/Serious Song/Toccata Concertante
    Too Noisy Fish-Fight Eat Sleep
    Erik Griswold-Altona Sketches
    Anthony De Mare-Speak!
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    Allman Brothers - Live At The Fillmore East - Deluxe Edition (6 CDS)

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    Joe Walsh-The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
    The James Gang - Yer Album; Rides Again
    Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero
    Arild Andersen - Mira
    Toru Takemitsu - Chamber Music
    The Complete Music Of Carl Ruggles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    Joe Walsh-The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get
    The James Gang - Yer Album; Rides Again
    Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero
    Arild Andersen - Mira
    Toru Takemitsu - Chamber Music
    The Complete Music Of Carl Ruggles
    Great haul Reid.You'll love "The Smoker You Drink" and the Carl Ruggles.Not familiar with the others.
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    I'm on a Joe Walsh kick after plucking those albums out of the B&N bargain bin. And I do love The Smoker You Drink... A great album it took me 40 years to get around to. I haven't listened to the classical albums yet. But the Arild Andersen is great! And I got the first six Little Feat albums for 15 bucks from B&N, and they're all good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    I'm on a Joe Walsh kick !


    If you don't have Barnstorm,i highly recommend it.I've had it for years and love it dearly.
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    I haven't heard Barnstorm yet. I did order his third album, So What.

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    Girma Yifrashewa-Love & Peace
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    Finally got my hands on a near-mint CD of Crucible - Tall Tales! Now it will keep company to the Curtains CD, both great albums.
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