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    Not ashamed to say I love the Doors and over the years have attempted time and time again to like these two albums... Never gonna happen.
    Well, I guess I just wanted to complete my official Doors-LP collection. These aren't the best works they made for me either ("Strange Days" is my fav.), but it contains some interesting "other voices". Speaking of other voices: I liked the first Nite City better than these two.

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    Zappa - "Roxy The Movie". Shipped last night. OH boy oh boy oh boy.

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    Herbie Hancock-The Warner Bros. Years (1969-1972)-Fat Albert Rotunda/Mwandishi/Crossings
    Alice Cooper-Pretties For You
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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Well, I guess I just wanted to complete my official Doors-LP collection. These aren't the best works they made for me either ("Strange Days" is my fav.), but it contains some interesting "other voices". Speaking of other voices: I liked the first Nite City better than these two.
    . I have them in my collection too... Im a completist as well. Just don't play em much... Manzareks Nite City not too bad...
    Still alive and well...

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    From Wayside:

    Frank Zappa & The Mothers-Roxy-The Movie
    Henry Cow-Legend(SHM)
    Henry Cow-Unrest(SHM)
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Herbie Hancock-The Warner Bros. Years (1969-1972)-Fat Albert Rotunda/Mwandishi/Crossings
    I love Mwandishi and Crossings, but Fat Albert is a little too "boogaloo" for my tastes. But it does have this tune, which I've always loved:


    BTW, a live Herbie Hancock Sextet album was just released recently. Haven't heard it, but I'd like to!

    (edit) Sorry, it's the Septet; not sure who was added, but same band and material.
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Pride View Post
    I love Mwandishi and Crossings, but Fat Albert is a little too "boogaloo" for my tastes.

    BTW, a live Herbie Hancock Sextet album was just released recently. Haven't heard it, but I'd like to!

    (edit) Sorry, it's the Septet; not sure who was added, but same band and material.
    After one listen, i dig Fat Albert Rotunda.The boogaloo is just fine with me.

    That live Septet cd looks tempting, but if it's a bootleg i'll let it pass.Makes you wonder what live Septet Herbie tapes(if any) are in a vault at Warner Bros/Columbia.I'd love to hear that band live and well recorded.
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    Love that Herbie compilation, Walt. Got it via a record club back when it was released. Boogaloo suits me too!

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    Min Bul- S/T (Terje Rypdal/Bjornar Andresen/Espen Rud)
    The Wire-November 2015
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    Tangerine Dream - Phaedra
    Tangerine Dream - Cyclone
    Getting into Tangerine Dream
    The Beach Boys - Sunflower / Surf's up

    Streetmark - Sky racer
    Not their best, but I'm a completist and it has some good stuff between the mediocre. The title-track is great.

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    XTC - Oranges & Lemons 5.1
    B52's - Wild Planet
    Passport - Second Passport
    Passport - Doldinger Jubilee Concert
    Klaus Doldinger - Constellation
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    Popol Vuh - Hosianna Mantra
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    Forgas Band Phenomena - L'Axe Du Fou

    FBP I can consider my introduction to the Jazz Rock/Fusion world, and I'm glad that it couldn't have been better, I'm loving that album!
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    Alan Parsons Project - I Robot.

    Still waiting patiently for Patience, but my patience is running out, I may cancel the order.

    Also ordered Judy Dyble - Enchanted Garden.

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    Mike Miller Quintet - World Goes Round
    Field Music - Measure

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    XTC - Oranges & Lemons 5.1
    V.A. - International Pop Overthrow Vols. 17 & 18

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    Marbin - The Third Set

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    Bought two albums by Thomas Dimuzio and Chris Cutler, directly from Tom himself, while I was in NYC on Tuesday. One is called Dust, the other is called Quake. I've only listened to Dust so far, kinda reminds me of the stuff Cutler did with Fred Frith in their improv duo format. Pretty good music.

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    Synergy - Electronic realisations for rock orchestra
    Inga Rumpf - Radio love

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    The Respect Sextet-Sirius Respect-The Respect Sextet plays the music of Sun Ra and Stockhausen
    Manna/Mirage-Blue Dogs
    King Crimson-The Elements Tour Box 2015
    The Wire-December 2015
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    Johannes Ciconia(c.1370-1412)-Opera Omnia-Complete Works
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    Johannes Ciconia(c.1370-1412)-Opera Omnia-Complete Works
    That is ca. 1335 - 1411.

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    Regina Carter "Southern Comfort". A friend saw her in concert recently and really liked what he heard and passed it on to me to see if I liked it. I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    That is ca. 1335 - 1411.
    There seems to be some debate about his birthdate.
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