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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    John Coltrane-A Love Supreme-(Deluxe Edition)
    The one where disc 2 is a live performance of the entire suite? I have it. That may be the only time they performed it live; at least I think, though I could be mistaken. I guess I could read the liner notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Pride View Post
    The one where disc 2 is a live performance of the entire suite? I have it. That may be the only time they performed it live; at least I think, though I could be mistaken. I guess I could read the liner notes.
    That's what i bought.Can't wait to spin it today.
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    Chris Cutler-Missing Chapters Vol.1-73 minute limited edition CD-R produced/released by Chris Cutler(100 copies were pressed;mine is numbered 50/100 and signed by Cutler) of tracks culled from his archives.Interesting mix of musical situations.For example....a 16 minute live 2007 duet session wih Cutler and Hugh Hopper;and a 13 minute duet by Cutler and keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist Stevan Tickmayer.

    Looking forward to spinning this.Ordered from ReR.
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    Quarteto Novo-s/t
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    Birth Control - Jungle life / Getting there
    Sky - Sky 3
    Zara-Thustra - Best of

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    Christmas shopping

    Snarky Puppy - We Like It Here
    Heldon - Interface
    Hooffoot - s/t
    Angel Ontalva - Tierra Quemada
    Gogo Penguins - v2.0
    A Formal Horse - Morning Jigsaw
    French TV - The Violence Of Amateurs
    Plaistow - Titan
    Dhafer Youssef - Abu Navas Rhapsody
    Cro Magnon - Bull?
    Battles - La Di Da Di
    elephant9 - Silver Mountain
    Asturias - Missing Pieces Of My Mind
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    Cardiacs - Sing To God
    Cardiacs - The Seaside
    Cardiacs - On Land And In The Sea
    Cardiacs - Songs From Ships And Irons
    Cardiacs - A Little Man And A House And The Whole World Window
    Dave Rawlings Machine - a friend of a friend
    Dave Rawlings Machine - Nashville Obsolete
    Gillian Welch - The Harrow & The Harvest
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    Yugen - Mirrors (Live)
    Cardiacs - The Seaside (Original Edition)
    Plastic People of the Universe - Egon Bundy's Happy Hearts Club Banned
    Ben Levin - Freak Machine
    Frank Zappa - Studio Tan
    Frank Zappa - Orchestral Favorites
    Brian Eno - Before and After Science
    They Might Be Giants - Flood
    King Crimson - Thrak (40th Anniversary CD/DVD)
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    That Yugen is very good.
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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 NogbadTheBad View Post
    That Yugen is very good.
    It smokes! I got it before Christmas and finally listening now.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    It may be their best, I was quite surprised by the energy level coming off the band on that one. I'm not usually a huge fan of live albums but that one is stunning.
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    The XMAS haul. (The first person who deserves gifts is moi )

    Cerberus - Book of Angels Volume 26 - The Spike Orchestra
    Troyka - Ornithophobia
    Swans - To Be Kind
    Upper Extremeties - Blue Nights
    John Zorn et al - The True Discoveries of Witches & Demons
    Reve General - Howl
    Sonar - Black Light
    Antonio Sanchez - The Meridian Suite
    Ghost Rhythms - Madeline

    Hard to pick a favorite from that group. . .

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    With an Amazon gift card from my wife, I ordered:

    Soft Machine - Bundles
    Chick Corea Trio (with Brian Blade and Christian McBride) - Trilogy (3 disc set)
    John Coltrane - My Favorite Things (finally restocked on CD, decades after my vinyl version was gone)

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    Fourth quarter (October to December 2015) shopping:

    From Wayside Music:
    Mary Halvorson Septet - Illusionary Sea
    Ishiwarizakura - Okuno Hosomichi
    William Parker/Raining on the Moon - Great Spirit
    Reve General - Howl
    David S. Ware - Birth of a Being

    From Squidco:
    Bobby Bradford & Frode Gjerstadt Quartet - The Delaware River
    Bobby Bradford & John Carter Quintet - No U-Turn
    John Carter Trio - Echoes From Rudolph's
    Mostly Other People Do the Killing - Mauch Chunk
    Richard Pinhas & Tatsuya Yoshida - Live in Japan
    Jamie Saft/Joe McPhee/Joe Morris/Charles Downs - Ticonderoga

    From HMV Japan:
    Chiina - DOCCI
    Goomi - Ma Ga Mittsu
    Kinoko Teikoku - 猫とアレルギー
    Marmalade Butcher/Atlantis Airport - Rembrandt Rays
    Mouse on the Keys - Machinic Phylum
    Sgt. - Birthday
    Sgt. with Damo Suzuki - Live at Shimokitazawa Era

    Other Online Shopping:
    Brother Ah - Sound Awareness
    Daimonji - Into a Blind Alley (PE Trade - Thanks Victor!)
    Deerhoof - Fever 121614
    Den Svarta Fanan - s/t (with Nonoko Yoshida, Ron Anderson & Weasel Walter)
    Dungen - Allas Sak
    Mark McGuire - Beyond Belief
    Steve Moore - Cub
    A Sunny Day in Glasgow - Planning Weed Like its Acid
    Various Artists - Light Wave: Today & Tomorrow (J-Pop Compilation)
    Various Artists - Turtle Records: Pioneering British Jazz
    Zombi - Shape Shift

    At Amoeba Music in San Francisco:
    Ain Soph - Marine Menagerie
    Fred Anderson Quartet - Live at the Velvet Lounge Vol. 2
    Ron Anderson & Tatsuya Yoshida - First Meeting
    Hamiet Bluiett - Impossible to Keep
    Peter Brotzman/Die Like a Dog - Close Up
    Rob Brown Quartet - Crown Trunk Root Funk
    Busdriver - Perfect Hair
    John Carter Quintet - Night Fire
    Ernest Dawkins - Memory in the Center: Homage to Nelson Mandela
    Mike Gibbs - Mike Gibbs/Tanglewood 63 (actually only the s/t because the second disc was a factory mispress with the wrong music on it)
    Vinny Golia Trio - In the Right Order
    Vinny Golia Large Ensemble - Decennium Dans Axlan
    Byard Lancaster - It's Not Up To Us
    Mono - For My Parents
    Evan Parker & John Stevens - Corner to Corner
    Evan Parker / Okkyung Lee / Peter Evans - The Bleeding Edge
    John Patton - Mosaic Records 3-CD Boxed Set
    Anthony Pirog - Palo Colorado Dream
    Ruins - Refusal Fossil
    Schlippenbach Quartet - At Quartier Latin
    Jen Shyu & Jade Tongue - Sounds and Cries of the World
    Sounds of Liberation - s/t
    Son Ambulance - Key (Don't know who this is but this is the music that was actually on my Tanglewood 63 CD)
    Horace Tapscott - Dissent or Descent
    Horace Tapscott - Thoughts of Dar Es Salaam
    Yo La Tengo - President Yo La Tengo / New Wave Hot Dogs
    Yo La Tengo - Popular Songs
    Stevie Wonder - Where I'm Coming From
    Stevie Wonder - Natural Wonder

    Other Brick & Mortar Shopping:
    Agitation Free - Fragments
    Tim Berne & Snake Oil - You've been Watching Me
    Taylor Ho Bynum sextet - Navigation
    Ian Carr & Nucleus - Solar Plexus / Belladonna
    Ian Carr & Nucleus - Labyrinth / Roots
    Ernest Dawkine - Mean Ameen
    Esmerine - Lost Voices
    Ingebright Haker-Flaten - Quintet
    Inti-Illimani - Leyenda
    Hedvig Mollestad Trio - Enfact Terrible
    Cecil Taylor & Max Roach - Historic Concerts
    Unknown Artist - Chinese Kung-Fu (Some random Japanese 7" single I bought because I liked the kitschy cover)

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    Needlepoint: Aimless Mary CD
    Getting the LP later this year.

    Europeans can get it here http://cdon.no/musikk/needlepoint/aimless_mary-36050896
    Overseas Steve will probably have it soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Pride View Post
    Soft Machine - Bundles
    Which edition did you order? I have the old See For Miles and the new Esoteric. The latter sounds better in my ears, although the Cherry Red-LP that came after that is even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Which edition did you order? I have the old See For Miles and the new Esoteric. The latter sounds better in my ears, although the Cherry Red-LP that came after that is even better.
    I just picked it up from my building's mailroom a couple of minutes ago. It's the Esoteric one. Apparently Esoteric is a subsidiary of Cherry Red Records.

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    Frank Zappa - Roxy : The Movie (cd/dvd)
    Rolling Stones - Hyde Park Live 1969 (dvd)

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    Ergo-As Subtle As Tomorrow
    Fred Katz-Folk Songs For Far Out Folk
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    Bob Drake - Skull Mailbox
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    Paul A. Epstein-Piano Music-R.Andrew Lee-piano
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    Bowie - Low
    Bowie - Scary Monsters
    Bowie - Blackstar
    King Crimson - Thrak 5.1
    Zappa - The Lost Broadcast, Bremen Germany (DVD)
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Frank Zappa/MoI-The Lost Broadcast-The Full Performance DVD



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