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    Lurked for a few months, now for my first post!

    PFM - Stati di immaginazione
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    Magma - Riah Sahiltaahk!

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    Peter Hammill - Nadir's Big Chance
    Kate Bush - The Dreaming
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    1000mods: Super Van Vacation; Liquid Sleep PE; Valley of Sand EP
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    Welcome to the herd qwiksand! Enjoy your stay, contribute as you wish, ignore the trolls (not many actually), and prepare to open your wallet to the many recommendations you'll read about!

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    IQ ~ Stage dvd

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwiksand View Post
    Lurked for a few months, now for my first post!

    PFM - Stati di immaginazione
    Excellent. Now that this is back in print I expect to see a few more people picking it up. And welcome!

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    Peter Hammill - Nadir's Big Chance
    Great album. "...as the institute was burning, burning, burning..."



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    IQ ~ Stage dvd
    Also excellent! Great setlist, although no "The Enemy Smacks"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Arnold View Post
    Welcome to the herd qwiksand! Enjoy your stay, contribute as you wish, ignore the trolls (not many actually), and prepare to open your wallet to the many recommendations you'll read about!
    Hmm, well yes I have noticed that! Of course I already spend a lot as I like to have the physical product. Oh, well, poor house here we come.......

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    Having sought out that PFM CD after hearing an mp3 version of it and either not finding it or finding it at some exhorbitant price, imagine my surprise when I saw that it had been re-issued (and at a reasonable price). A wonderful CD and a great come back by one of my favourite bands of the 70s.

    Meanwhile, recent purchases:

    'A Love Supreme' - John Coltrane
    'End of an Ear' - Robert Wyatt
    'Jokamies' - Pekka Pohjola - not my favourite of his but the only one of his I didn't have.
    'Elegies To Lessons Learnt' - Iliketrains

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    D'Angelo and the Vanguard-Black Messiah
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    Tilson, Andy - Electric Sinfonia No. 2
    My Brother The Wind - Once There Was a Time When Time and Space Were One
    Beardfish - Destined Solataire
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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post
    My Brother The Wind - Once There Was a Time When Time and Space Were One
    This is spacey goodness
    Ian

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    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
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    Just ordered Opeth's next to last release "Heritage". I was afraid that I might wear out "Pale Communion" as I have had it on the table a lot. Also picked up Mendelssohn's Trio No. 1 and No. 2. with Yo Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax and Itzhak Perlman.
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    FM - Live at Nearfest (CD/DVD)
    Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings (DVD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    This is spacey goodness
    Something I could really use this week.
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    Arrived today:
    Johan Timman - Trip into the body
    Instruments:
    Moog Modular system type 55
    Moog Modular system IIIp
    Polymoog synthesizer
    Minimoog
    Micromoog
    Taurus Pedal Synthesizer
    Moog Liberation
    Moog Satterlite (I suppose it should be Satelite)
    Oberheim Mini Sequencer CPS-2
    Solina String Ensemble
    Roland Compu Rhythm CR-78
    EMS Pitch to Voltage Converter
    Synthon 20 channel vocoder Syntovox 221
    Synthon Envelope Generator

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    For the season I got myself

    Atomic Ape - Swarm
    Rob Mazurek & Black Cube Sp - Return the Tides
    Static Motion - Sonar
    John Zorn - On Leaves of Grass
    Vijay Iyer Trio - Accelerando
    Secret Chiefs 3 - Ishraquiqun
    John Zorn - In the Hall of Mirrors
    Talk Talk - Spirit of Eden
    Knifeworld - The Unraveling

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    On a whim last week, I ordered Shadowland's Cautionary Tales 5-disc boxed set, which is basically everything they ever released all in one place. It was a bit of a gamble as I hadn't heard a note of them before, but I do like Arena and other such bands, so I had my fingers crossed. Turns out I needn't have worried - there's some great neo on here! I really enjoyed a lot of it. It's a relief, as I was concerned about potential buyer's remorse. I know Neo as a sub-genre gets snickered at a lot around here, but I rather like a bit of it now and then, and I quite liked these albums.

    I love Christmas. I always order myself some stuff too.
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    Carptree - s/t
    Carptree - Superhero
    Carptree - Man Made Machine
    Carptree - Insekt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Arnold View Post
    Carptree - s/t
    Carptree - Superhero
    Carptree - Man Made Machine
    Carptree - Insekt
    Nice! I really like them. Do you already have Nymf?
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