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    BJH - Live
    BJH - Live tapes
    Rory Gallagher - Against the grain
    JJ Cale - 8
    JJ Cale - 5
    JJ Cale - Grasshopper
    JJ Cale - Shades
    Bruford - Gradually going tornado
    Peter Hammill - The future now
    David Sylvian - Gone to earth
    If - Tea break over, back on your heads
    Doobie Brothers - Farewell tour

    Vinyl from a visit to Amsterdam

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    Love me some JJ Cale
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
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    Joy Division - Best Of
    Depeche Mode - Violator
    Decemberists - What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonewalk View Post
    BJH - Live
    Bruford - Gradually going tornado
    Peter Hammill - The future now
    Love these!
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    Mike Taylor Trio-Trio
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    Thelonious Monk-Genius Of Modern Music Volumes 1&2
    Paul Chambers-Bass On Top
    Paul Chambers Quintet
    Kenny Dorham-Matador/Inta Something
    Kenny Dorham-Trumpet Toccata

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    Thelonious Monk-Genius Of Modern Music Volumes 1&2
    Paul Chambers-Bass On Top
    Paul Chambers Quintet
    Kenny Dorham-Matador/Inta Something
    Kenny Dorham-Trumpet Toccata
    Nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Joy Division - Best Of
    If you do not already have it, Still is one of my favorites. Kind of raw, but very authentic.
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    I'll probably pick up Closer next
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Ikarus - Echoes
    Rob Reed - Sanctuary
    Build - Place
    Vespero - By The Waters Of Tomorrow
    Jack O The Clock - How Are We Doing And Who Will Tell Us?
    Unexpect - Fables Of The Sleepless Empire
    Ian

    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    My Sleeping Karma - Moksha
    Kaipa - first two remasters
    Anthony Phillips - Harvest Of The Heart box
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    Cerebus Effect-Acts Of Deception
    Krzysztof Komeda Quintet-ballet etudes/the music of KOMEDA
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    Cardiacs ~ A Little Man and a House and the Whole World Window
    Izz ~ Everlasting Instant
    Kaipa ~ Sattyg
    Anekdoten ~ Until all the Ghosts are Gone
    Guapo ~ History of the Visitation (cd/dvd)

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    Secret Chiefs 3 - Book Of Souls: Folio a
    Breznev Fun Club - Il Misantropo Felice
    Jack O' The Clock - Night Loops
    Jack O' The Clock - How Are We Doing and Who Will Tell Us?
    Jack O' The Clock - All of My Friends
    XTC - Oranges and Lemons
    Roxy Music - Country Life (Remastered)
    Nick Bartsch / Ronin - Live (2 CD)
    Richard Thompson - Still
    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
    Secret Chiefs 3 - Book Of Souls: Folio a
    XTC - Oranges and Lemons
    Really enjoyed that Secret Chiefs album you guys recommended on Prog Collectors. May have to start seeking them out!

    Oranges And Lemons is great, probably my favourite of theirs.
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    Jordan De La Sierra-Gymnosphere:Song Of The Rose-Music For The Well-Tuned Piano
    The Wire-July 2015
    156 Strings-Nineteen Totally Original Acoustic Guitarists
    Last edited by walt; 06-19-2015 at 02:23 PM.
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    Frank Zappa-Dance Me This
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    The Alan Parsons Project - Eve, Amonia Avenue, Vulture culture
    Die Prinzen - Akustisch live..., Es war nicht alles schlecht
    Achim Reichel - Raureif
    Tangerine Dream - Rubicon, Ricochet

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    Ken Camden-Dream Memory
    Bali-Gamelan & Kecak-Recorded in Bali by David Lewiston
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Mike Taylor Trio-Trio
    OMG! I've been looking for this forever. Where did you snab it??
    Steve F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    OMG! I've been looking for this forever. Where did you snab it??

    Discogs.An American seller.It was expensive, about the most i've paid for a single cd,ever.But being an American seller i wasn't socked with heavy shipping charges.CD was in near mint condition and i'm happy with the deal.
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    Pink Floyd - Live At Pompeii
    Ian

    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    muse-drones

    night flight orchestra-skyline whispers

    the darkness-last of our kind

    kingcrow-eidos

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    Second quarter (April to June) acquisitions, excluding Record Store Day purchases which were posted previously. Lot of Japanese content this time out, due to attending the annual Next Music From Tokyo tour two weeks ago in Toronto, seeing Mono two days later in Ottawa, Satoko Fujii twice in May, saxophonist Nonoko Yoshida last week, and needing to place a large enough order from HMV Japan to get the per-unit cost down to a reasonable level, since I wasn't going to pay the roughly $30 shipping fee just to buy the new 3-track Kinoko Teikoku EP. Atlantis Airport, PENs+, Owarikara, and the supremely awesome Otori were all new discoveries at the NMFT concert.

    CDs:
    Muhal Richard Abrams - Blu Blu Blu
    Alarmist - s/t (EP)
    Atlantis Airport - A Passport EP
    Atlantis Airport - A 360 Degree Cosmic Flight
    Bi Kyo Ran - s/t
    Bi Kyo Ran - Parallax
    Billy Bang - Valve No. 10
    Billy Bang - The Fire From Within
    Boris - Heavy Rocks (Orange cover, not to be confused with the subsequent "Heavy Rocks" album with a purple cover)
    Chiina - Granville
    Circum Grand Orchestra - 12
    Cortex - Live!
    Creative Arts Ensemble - One Step Out
    Bill Dixon - Envoi (freebie with my FIMAV festival pass)
    Harris Eisenstadt - Golden State II
    Satoko Fujii's Tobira - Yamiyo Ni Karasu
    Satoko Fujii Orchestra Berlin - Ichigo Ichie
    Gato Libre - Strange Village
    Godspeed You Black Emperor - Asunder, Sweet & Other Distress
    Iro Harla Sextet - Kolibri
    Hikashu - Ban-Kan
    Jaga Jazzist - Starfire
    Joseph Jarman & Don Moye - Black Paladins
    Kaze - Uminari (The band gave free copies to everyone who attended their press conference at FIMAV - all six of us.)
    Kaze - Tornado (Purchased at their barely better attended concert in Ottawa two weeks later - there were about 12 of us.)
    Kenso - Uchi Naru Koe Ni Kaiki Seyo
    Kinoko Teikoku - Sakura Ga Saku Mae Ni (EP)
    Steve Lacy Quartet/Quintet/Sextet/Octet - Complete Black Saint & Soul Recordings
    Magma - Kronicas (No, not that Magma, this is the Argentinian folk band. Found the CD used for 8 bucks and haven't decided if it was worth it yet.)
    Maurice McIntyre - Peace & Blessings
    Mew - Half the World is Watching Me
    Mew - +/-
    Nicole Mitchell's Sonic Projections - The Secret Escapades of Velvet Anderson
    Hedvig Mollestad Trio - Shoot!
    Mono - Last Dawn / Rays of Darkness Tour 2014 (Double live CD in deluxe hardback package)
    Motorpsycho - It's a Love Cult
    Motorosycho - Roadwork Vol. 1
    Motorpsycho - Roadwork Vol. 2
    Otori - I Wanna Be Your Noise
    Owarikara - Q&A
    Owarikara - Saihate Songs
    PAK (Ron Anderson/Nonoko Yoshida/Tatsuya Yoshida) - NYJPN
    Craig Pedersen Quartet - Ghosts
    PENs+ - Soccer
    PENs+ - Rules
    Pet Bottle Ningen - s/t
    Pekka Pohjola - Keesojen Lehto
    Ruinzhatova - Live in Somewhere
    Sonoluminescence Trio (David Mott/William Parker/Jesse Stewart) - Telling Stories (You can see the back of my head in the band photo in the liner notes!)
    The Spanish Donkey (Jamie Saft/Joe Morris/Mike Pride) - XYX
    Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld - Never Were the Way She Was
    The Things & Thurston Moore - Live
    Various Artists - Cambodia Rocks Vol. 3
    Uneven Eleven - Live at Cafe Oto
    Universal Indians & Joe McPhee - Skullduggery
    Uz Jsme Doma - Uprosted Slov
    Nonoko Yoshida - Sax Solo (CDR)
    John Zorn/Klezmerson - Amon: Book of Angels Vol. 24

    And some random purchases from the $5 bin at Neurotica Records in Toronto; I never even heard of some of these:
    Ken Aldcroft's Convergence Ensemble - Tangent (For Eric Dolphy)
    Atomic - Lucidity
    Bly de Blyant - Hindsight Bias
    Creative Music Studio - Archive Selections Vol. 1 (3 CDs, still 5 bucks)
    Fareed Haque - Trance Hypothesis
    Darren Johnston - The Edge of the Forest
    Krokofant - s/t
    Mockuno Nuclear - Drop It
    New Atlantis Octet - Unto the Sun
    Anthony Pateras - Errors of the Human Body
    Anthony Pateras - Collected Works 2002-2012 (5 hour audio DVD, still 5 bucks)
    Okay , I bought these last two assuming they were solo albums from the Zombi guy. Turns out that's Anthony Paterra; Pateras is some 'new music' composer.

    LPs:
    Ahmed Abdullah - Life's Force
    Joshua Abrams - Magnetoception
    Anima Morte - The Nightmare Becomes Reality
    Anima Morte - Upon Darkened Stains
    Aquaserge - Tahiti Coco (EP)
    Biglietto Per L'Inferno - Live 1974
    Hamiet Bluiett - Endangered Species
    Convergence Quartet - Owl Jacket
    El Doom & the Born Electric - s/t
    Vinny Golia Quintet - Goin' Ahead
    Improvisational Arts Quintet - No Compromise! (very early Kidd Jordan from 1983)
    Lightbox Ensemble - Two Lightboxes (Fred Lonberg-Holm conducts two large ensembles led by Peter Brotzmann & Ken Vandermark, respectively)
    Mark McGuire - The Instinct
    Mark McGuire - Noctilucence
    Motorpsycho - Angels & Daemons at Play
    Motorpsycho - Barracuda
    Motorpsycho - En Konsert For Folk Flest (LP+CD+DVD)
    Oscillotron - Eclipse
    Rashoman - The Cameraman's Revenge
    Skidmore/Osborne/Surman - SOS
    Swedish Azz - Azz Appeal
    Zoltan - Psychomania (EP)
    Zoltan - Sxity Minute Zoom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad to the Bone View Post
    Second quarter (April to June) acquisitions, excluding Record Store Day purchases which were posted previously. Lot of Japanese content this time out, due to attending the annual Next Music From Tokyo tour two weeks ago in Toronto, seeing Mono two days later in Ottawa, Satoko Fujii twice in May, saxophonist Nonoko Yoshida last week, and needing to place a large enough order from HMV Japan to get the per-unit cost down to a reasonable level, since I wasn't going to pay the roughly $30 shipping fee just to buy the new 3-track Kinoko Teikoku EP. Atlantis Airport, PENs+, Owarikara, and the supremely awesome Otori were all new discoveries at the NMFT concert.

    CDs:
    Muhal Richard Abrams - Blu Blu Blu
    Alarmist - s/t (EP)
    Atlantis Airport - A Passport EP
    Atlantis Airport - A 360 Degree Cosmic Flight
    Bi Kyo Ran - s/t
    Bi Kyo Ran - Parallax
    Billy Bang - Valve No. 10
    Billy Bang - The Fire From Within
    Boris - Heavy Rocks (Orange cover, not to be confused with the subsequent "Heavy Rocks" album with a purple cover)
    Chiina - Granville
    Circum Grand Orchestra - 12
    Cortex - Live!
    Creative Arts Ensemble - One Step Out
    Bill Dixon - Envoi (freebie with my FIMAV festival pass)
    Harris Eisenstadt - Golden State II
    Satoko Fujii's Tobira - Yamiyo Ni Karasu
    Satoko Fujii Orchestra Berlin - Ichigo Ichie
    Gato Libre - Strange Village
    Godspeed You Black Emperor - Asunder, Sweet & Other Distress
    Iro Harla Sextet - Kolibri
    Hikashu - Ban-Kan
    Jaga Jazzist - Starfire
    Joseph Jarman & Don Moye - Black Paladins
    Kaze - Uminari (The band gave free copies to everyone who attended their press conference at FIMAV - all six of us.)
    Kaze - Tornado (Purchased at their barely better attended concert in Ottawa two weeks later - there were about 12 of us.)
    Kenso - Uchi Naru Koe Ni Kaiki Seyo
    Kinoko Teikoku - Sakura Ga Saku Mae Ni (EP)
    Steve Lacy Quartet/Quintet/Sextet/Octet - Complete Black Saint & Soul Recordings
    Magma - Kronicas (No, not that Magma, this is the Argentinian folk band. Found the CD used for 8 bucks and haven't decided if it was worth it yet.)
    Maurice McIntyre - Peace & Blessings
    Mew - Half the World is Watching Me
    Mew - +/-
    Nicole Mitchell's Sonic Projections - The Secret Escapades of Velvet Anderson
    Hedvig Mollestad Trio - Shoot!
    Mono - Last Dawn / Rays of Darkness Tour 2014 (Double live CD in deluxe hardback package)
    Motorpsycho - It's a Love Cult
    Motorosycho - Roadwork Vol. 1
    Motorpsycho - Roadwork Vol. 2
    Otori - I Wanna Be Your Noise
    Owarikara - Q&A
    Owarikara - Saihate Songs
    PAK (Ron Anderson/Nonoko Yoshida/Tatsuya Yoshida) - NYJPN
    Craig Pedersen Quartet - Ghosts
    PENs+ - Soccer
    PENs+ - Rules
    Pet Bottle Ningen - s/t
    Pekka Pohjola - Keesojen Lehto
    Ruinzhatova - Live in Somewhere
    Sonoluminescence Trio (David Mott/William Parker/Jesse Stewart) - Telling Stories (You can see the back of my head in the band photo in the liner notes!)
    The Spanish Donkey (Jamie Saft/Joe Morris/Mike Pride) - XYX
    Colin Stetson & Sarah Neufeld - Never Were the Way She Was
    The Things & Thurston Moore - Live
    Various Artists - Cambodia Rocks Vol. 3
    Uneven Eleven - Live at Cafe Oto
    Universal Indians & Joe McPhee - Skullduggery
    Uz Jsme Doma - Uprosted Slov
    Nonoko Yoshida - Sax Solo (CDR)
    John Zorn/Klezmerson - Amon: Book of Angels Vol. 24

    And some random purchases from the $5 bin at Neurotica Records in Toronto; I never even heard of some of these:
    Ken Aldcroft's Convergence Ensemble - Tangent (For Eric Dolphy)
    Atomic - Lucidity
    Bly de Blyant - Hindsight Bias
    Creative Music Studio - Archive Selections Vol. 1 (3 CDs, still 5 bucks)
    Fareed Haque - Trance Hypothesis
    Darren Johnston - The Edge of the Forest
    Krokofant - s/t
    Mockuno Nuclear - Drop It
    New Atlantis Octet - Unto the Sun
    Anthony Pateras - Errors of the Human Body
    Anthony Pateras - Collected Works 2002-2012 (5 hour audio DVD, still 5 bucks)
    Okay , I bought these last two assuming they were solo albums from the Zombi guy. Turns out that's Anthony Paterra; Pateras is some 'new music' composer.

    LPs:
    Ahmed Abdullah - Life's Force
    Joshua Abrams - Magnetoception
    Anima Morte - The Nightmare Becomes Reality
    Anima Morte - Upon Darkened Stains
    Aquaserge - Tahiti Coco (EP)
    Biglietto Per L'Inferno - Live 1974
    Hamiet Bluiett - Endangered Species
    Convergence Quartet - Owl Jacket
    El Doom & the Born Electric - s/t
    Vinny Golia Quintet - Goin' Ahead
    Improvisational Arts Quintet - No Compromise! (very early Kidd Jordan from 1983)
    Lightbox Ensemble - Two Lightboxes (Fred Lonberg-Holm conducts two large ensembles led by Peter Brotzmann & Ken Vandermark, respectively)
    Mark McGuire - The Instinct
    Mark McGuire - Noctilucence
    Motorpsycho - Angels & Daemons at Play
    Motorpsycho - Barracuda
    Motorpsycho - En Konsert For Folk Flest (LP+CD+DVD)
    Oscillotron - Eclipse
    Rashoman - The Cameraman's Revenge
    Skidmore/Osborne/Surman - SOS
    Swedish Azz - Azz Appeal
    Zoltan - Psychomania (EP)
    Zoltan - Sxity Minute Zoom
    That's all?
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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