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    Steve Lacy-Complete Remastered Recordings on Black Saint & Soul Note Vol 2


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    David Borden-Music For Amplified Keyboard Instruments
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    A trip today out to Dundas, Ontario to the always excellent Records On Wheels, owned and operated by PE's own "Birdy". Picked up two long OOP titles that have been on my want list for quite some time, Cyan's The Creeping Vine and Malibran's Le Porte Del Silenzio. Such a terrific shop, highly recommended to anyone in the area or passing through.

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    ^^ I'll second your thoughts on Birdy's store. I stopped in there while on vacation a couple years ago and picked up 2 discs that had been on my own want list. Nice guy too!

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    Homework time leading up to the June 11 show - - Steven Wilson's Insurgentes, Porcupine Tree's Fear of a Blank Planet
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    Tod Dockstader-Eight Electronic Pieces
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    Perry, John G. - Sunset Wading
    Nerve Institute - Fictions
    Zoltan - Sixty Minute Zoom
    Karda Estra - Strange Relations
    Fernwood - Arcadia
    Scherzoo - 03
    Wilson, Steven - Hand. Cannot. Erase.
    Steensland, Simon - A Farewell To Brains
    Ensemble Raye - Meme En Hiver : Comme Un Pinson Dans L'Eau
    Unit Wail - Beyond Space Edges
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    Nerve Institute - Fictions
    Simon Streetland - A Farewell to Brains
    Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase.
    XTC - Black Sea
    Mr Bungle - Disco Volante

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Mr Bungle - Disco Volante
    Great album!

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    Jack Dejohnette/Muhal Richard Abrams/Larry Grey/Roscoe Mitchell/Henry Threadgill-Made In Chicago
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    The New Jazz Orchestra-Le Dejeuner Sur L'herbe
    Ran Blake-Ghost Tones-Portraits Of George Russell-Solo/Duo/Ensemble
    Alco Frisbass-s/t
    Unit Wail-Beyond Space Edges
    John Carter/Bobby Bradford-Self Determination Music
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    Gonna grab more PoiL because damn... these guys are awesome as usual.


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    My manager gave me a gift card in appreciation of putting in some extra time to pick up the slack of someone else who quit, so I went to the flagship store of what best passes for a record store around here any more, and after about an hour of browsing I almost left empty handed, but decided to grab:

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    Some beautiful pieces in this set I hadn't heard before.
    http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/...lbum_id=511625


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    Used LP:
    Combo fh - Veci (Czechoslovakia 1980)

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    Motor Totemist Guild - All America City (US 2000)
    Motor Totemist Guild - Archive One (Music from Infra Dig (1984) and Contact with Veils (1986))
    R-11 - Waschmaschine (Italy 2014)

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    The new Modest Mouse, Strangers To Ourselves, drops today!!!
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    George Russell-The Jazz Workshop
    The Wire-April 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Nerve Institute - Fictions
    Simon Streetland - A Farewell to Brains
    Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase.
    XTC - Black Sea
    Mr Bungle - Disco Volante
    It's a huge honor to me that somebody would buy one of my records & Disco Volante in the same batch – that album and California were huuuuuuuuge early influences on everything I've ever done. I think I first heard DV in seventh or eighth grade, and in terms of my fitness to survive in polite society, it's all been downhill from there.

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    Awesome! I love the new Nerve Institute album and I played a couple of tracks on my radio show the other night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjudge View Post
    It's a huge honor to me that somebody would buy one of my records & Disco Volante in the same batch – that album and California were huuuuuuuuge early influences on everything I've ever done. I think I first heard DV in seventh or eighth grade, and in terms of my fitness to survive in polite society, it's all been downhill from there.
    Congratulations, its an excellent album.
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    Bill Evans-Everybody Digs Bill Evans
    Shirley Collins-The Power Of The True Love Knot
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    After all these years, I finally got Keys To Ascension by Yes. This is the 4-CD + 1-DVD DigiPak edition called "Keys To Ascension Complete."



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    Steven Wilson - Hand. Cannot. Erase
    Sanguine Hum - Now We Have Light
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    Zamla Mammaz Manna - Schlagerns Mystik / For Aldre Nybegynnare
    Samla Mammas Manna / Gregory Allan Fitzpatrick - Snorungarnas Symfoni
    Etron Fou Leloublan - Face aux Elements Dechaines
    Etron Fou Leloublan - Les Poumons Gonfles
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    Steven Wilson- Hand.Cannot.Erase
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    Steve Howe- Anthology
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