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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    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.
    You might also want to checkout Supersilent (Ståles previous band) all improvised. The album 6 is my favorite. Especially the first fantastic track which isnt on youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    You might also want to checkout Supersilent (Ståles previous band) all improvised. The album 6 is my favorite. Especially the first fantastic track which isnt on youtube.
    Thanks! I'll give them a listen.

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    The Pineapple Thief- Magnolia (Deluxe edition 2cd pre-order)
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    Not much prog this time, visisting Germany.
    I added 8 CD's by Bap to my collection and 2 books, one with their lyrics and one with the first part of an autobiography of Wolfgang Niedecken
    Furthermore, I bought 2 CD's by Brings, 2 CD's by Heinz Rudolf Kunze, 4 CD's by Udo Lindenberg, one by Inga Rumpf and Friends, 2 by Pe Werner, one Best of by Propaganda, one Best of by Gianna Nannini and one by Wolfgang Niedecken
    And for the prog part:
    Gentle Giant - I lost my head (completing my Gentle Giant collection)
    Alan Parsons Project - Pyramid
    Jean Luc Ponty - Electric connection / King Kong
    Shaa Kahn - The world will end on friday
    Shaa Kahn - What's wrong

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    While I didn't make the purchase myself, just had a recent BDay and my wonderful wife surprised me with:

    Tull - A Passion Play Extended Performance box
    Led Zep - LZ1 reissue deluxe edition with the entire Paris 10/1969 live show
    Queen - Live at the Rainbow '74 deluxe box (just arrived yesterday)
    The Who - Quadophenia Live in London 5 disc limited collectors edition deluxe metal box

    She always surprises me with the most amazing stuff, though in this case I have no interest in the Who Quadrophenia box and am looking to sell it. It's still plastic wrap sealed and if anyone is interested, please PM me
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    Check out Mutiny in Jonestown's latest album, "The Daemons Mock Me While I Sleep" at: https://mutinyinjonestown.bandcamp.c...-while-i-sleep

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    The Future Kings of England - Who Is This Who Is Coming?

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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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    From Wayside

    Cellar and Point - Ambit
    Mazurek, Rob / Black Cube SP - Return The Tides: Ascension Suite and Holy Ghost
    Univers Zero - Heatwave
    Univers Zero - Live
    Poil - Brossaklitt
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    Energit, 70s Czech jazz/rock.

    I should've bought this from Wayside a few years ago when Steve had some copies.
    I paid a bit more from a British vendor, but the first CD alone is well worth it. 80
    minutes of great music. The second album is pretty good too, but sounds quite
    a bit different from the first one.



    I did purchase this one from Wayside at the time, but I only really liked a few tracks.
    Another Czech band called Mahagon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Henry Cow - The Road: Volumes 6-10 : 40th Anniversary (4 x CDs + 1 x NTSC (all region) DVD )
    I had to look this up. Nice box; particularly the inclusion of the RIO set. I had no idea any of that festival was recorded. A historically important document for sure.

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    Not prog, but today I received 3 Pe Werner CD's, I ordered.

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