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    Miles Davis Quintet - 1965 - '68 Box Set
    Imogen Heap - Sparks
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    I want that Dirty Loops album.......and the new Moetar....and....and.....Coltrane's new release...and...

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    Joe Jackson - Look Sharp!
    Dixie Dregs - What If
    REM - Murmur
    Porcupine Tree - Nil Recurring ( I have a bunch of live versions, figured the studio would be good too )
    David Byrne - "The Catherine Wheel"
    David Byrne - Ride, Rise, Roar, dvd of a concert my wife and I saw twice, a really good show.
    Bill Frisell - Floratone II
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    Harold Budd-Jane 12-21
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    The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra - Zombie Mouth
    Riverside - Reality Dream Trilogy
    Kotebel - Concerto for Piano and Electric Ensemble
    Kotebel - Structures
    Kotebel - Mysticae Visiones
    Kotebel - Fragments of Light These 5 Kotebel albums were sold on a USB drive with mp3's AND disc images of the cd with artwork $10
    Kotebel - Omphalos
    Kotebel - Ouroboros
    Matti Bye, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, Mattias Olsson - Elephant and Castle
    Kaukasus - 'I'
    Walrus - Walrus
    Necromonkey - Necroplex
    Necromonkey - A Glimpse of Possible Endings
    Travis Larson Band - Burn Season
    Travis Larson Band - rate of change
    Travis Larson Band - Suspension
    Travis Larson Band - Rate of Change Live
    Travis Larson Band - Shift
    Travis Larson Band - Soundmind
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    John Abercrombie Quartet 39 Steps
    Opeth Pale Communion

    Listened to both today, and was not blown away by either.

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    Let me know what you think of the Sub Niggurath, Setna, Alamaailman Vasarat, & Ut Gret
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    Ordered three Joni Mitchell albums from Amazon to flesh out my Joni collection:

    - Song To a Seagull
    - Clouds
    - Turbulent Indigo

    Also ordered Ned collette & Wirewalker - "Networking In Purgatory", from the artist's site.

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    Turbulent Indigo is pretty great. You'll enjoy that.

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    Kotebel - Omphalos
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    Musk Ox - Woodfall
    The Night Watch - s/t
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    I snagged Paolo Vinaccia's "Very Much Alive" box from Amazon UK for a good price after reading jkelman's review over at All About Jazz.
    I ordered the Vinaccia set after listening to the samples at this link. http://www.gubemusic.com/album_16359

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    And now, the wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    I ordered the Vinaccia set after listening to the samples at this link. http://www.gubemusic.com/album_16359
    Its very good - any Rypdal fan should have it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    I ordered the Vinaccia set after listening to the samples at this link. http://www.gubemusic.com/album_16359
    Those samples sound great!

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    My wife is away in England on vacation at the moment. She called me this morning to tell me she's lost her credit card so I need to cancel the cards. 1 hour after I've canceled them she calls back saying someone found her bag and everythings there. My question is.....

    Is this this a cunning plan to stop me buying CD's while she's away?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Its very good - any Rypdal fan should have it !
    I received the Paolo Vinaccia box yesterday. This stuff is great! I like it more than any Rypdal studio album I've heard.
    I love the keyboard player, Stale Storlokken. I'm looking into his band, Elephant 9. There's an excellent live set on YouTube.

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    That Vinaccia box interests me.I may spring for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    That Vinaccia box interests me.I may spring for it.
    The recordings have a big sound, and the drums sound very good. Musically, there's more interactive group improv
    and intensity, and less of the spacey guitar sound sculptures that he does on the studio albums. So this is right up
    my alley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    The recordings have a big sound, and the drums sound very good. Musically, there's more interactive group improv
    and intensity, and less of the spacey guitar sound sculptures that he does on the studio albums. So this is right up
    my alley.

    Ordered.
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