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    April

    CDs:
    Charles Lloyd - Which way is east?
    Various - The sky goes all the way home

    DVDs:
    King Crimson - Live in Japan

    LPs:
    The Broadside - Gypsy's Wedding Day
    Doobie Brothers - What once were vices
    Scorpions - World Wide Live
    Bob Dylan - Basement Tapes
    Bob Dylan - Real live
    Todd Rundgren - Liars
    Lynyrd Skynyrd - Pronounced
    Tangerine Dream - Sorcerer
    Mike Oldfield - Crises
    Dire Straits - Communique
    Gordon Giltrap - Perilous journey
    Kate Bush - Never for ever
    Judi Tzuke - Welcoem to the cruise
    Emmylou Harris - Elite hotel
    Steeleye Span - Now we are 6
    Cream - Live Vol 2
    RNDM - Acts

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    Van Der Graaf Generator - Wondering

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    re: BLACK SAINT AND THE SINNER LADY

    Need that one too.
    It's not my favorite any more but for a long time, it was my favorite by Mingus. And as a work of a 'composer', which I think you are interested in, it might be THE ONE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    It's not my favorite any more but for a long time, it was my favorite by Mingus. And as a work of a 'composer', which I think you are interested in, it might be THE ONE.
    Which is your favorite? Ah Um or Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Which is your favorite? Ah Um or Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus?
    My favorite?

    Probably either Mingus at Antibes or Charles Mingus Plays Charles Mingus, which are variations of the same band (Charles, Danny, Eric Dolphy, Ted Curson with Booker Ervin added at Antibes). and the same time period.

    and, my god, there's film....


    http://www.ina.fr/video/I07194667

    http://www.ina.fr/video/I06031936
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    p.s. Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus is top 5.

    Ah Aum is fine, but not in top 10.
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    Ah Um is a great, great work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Ah Um is a great, great work.
    Yes.

    And there's easily 10 better ones



    imo. ymmv.
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    Mingus is an artist I definitely need to explore more. You sound like me when people tell me that Apostrophe is the best Zappa album or that Aqualung is the best Tull. Currently I have Ah Um, Oh Yeah, and My Children Shall Hear Music.
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    None of those 3 are in the top 10, imo.

    IMO: your next purchases should be any of the following:

    Pithecanthropus Erectus *
    East Coasting
    Presents Charles Mingus *
    at The Bohemia
    Blues & Roots
    Black Saint *
    Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus *
    At Antibes *
    Tijuana Moods *
    ANY of the shows from the big tour with Dolphy in 64 * (there are 5-6 legit ones and an additional 5-6 not legit ones) (make sure what you buy has GOOD SOUND). Maybe go with In Europe 1 & 2 (on Enja) or Town Hall Concert - both great, although Town Hall has edits - they are cool edits, but they make it not *really* a live document)

    start with any of those (and esp any marked *)
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    Haken - Affinity (2-CD)
    Höstsonaten - Symphony Nº 1 Cupid & Psyche
    The Samurai Of Prog - Lost And Found
    TMA-2 - Artifact One
    Mona Lisa - Le Petit Violon De Mr. Grégoire
    Mona Lisa - Grimaces
    Progressive Italia Vols. 7 & 8 (12-CD)
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    Yugen - Death By Water
    The Fringe - s/t
    Romantic Warriors III Got Canterbury - Special Features DVD
    Robert Fripp - Exposure ( The Drive to 1981 one Exposure )
    Riverside - Love, Fear, And The Time Machine
    Riverside - Shrine Of New Generation Slaves + Night Sessions
    John Greaves Peter Blegvad, Lisa Herman - Kew. Rhone.
    The Pineapple Thief - Magnolia
    Katatonia - Dethroned & Uncrowned ( 2 disc 5.1 )
    No More Pain - The Post Human Condition
    No More Pain - The Spader EP
    No More Pain - Debate and Rhyme

    Rosfest is bery bery good to me.
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    Mingus Big Band-Live In Time
    Nucleus-Labyrinth/Roots
    Enrico Rava-The Pilgrim & The Stars
    Robert Fripp-Exposure
    Kimara Sajn-After The Storm; Ordinary Times; Future Perfect; Brave New World Order
    Michael Formanek-Low Profile
    Maja Osojnik-Let Them Grow
    Steve Coleman-Synovial Joints
    Antonio Sanchez-The Meridian Suite

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    Bent Knee - s/t ep
    Bent Knee - Shiny Eyed Babies

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    Bent Knee - Live And Nearly Unplugged d/l
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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post
    Bent Knee - s/t ep
    Bent Knee - Shiny Eyed Babies


    Shiny Eyed Babies is particularly good, they were still finding their feet on the debut but it is worthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post


    Shiny Eyed Babies is particularly good, they were still finding their feet on the debut but it is worthy.
    Oh, They Are Worthy!
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    My exciting brand new acquisitions:

    Aranis - Rock In Opposition Festival (2009, France - Carmaux)
    Astor Piazzolla - The Lausanne Concert (1989)
    Dave Brubeck - Time Out
    Forgas Band Phenomena - Acte V

    And according to suggetions, Gogo Penguin is still the next on target Curiously I think these days I've behaved as a 'fully acoustic music afifionado' , albeit FBP is an exception.
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    Fine choice, Forgas. A stunning composition-based, Canterbury-esque band.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Robson View Post
    My exciting brand new acquisitions:

    Aranis - Rock In Opposition Festival (2009, France - Carmaux)
    Astor Piazzolla - The Lausanne Concert (1989)
    Dave Brubeck - Time Out
    Forgas Band Phenomena - Acte V

    And according to suggetions, Gogo Penguin is still the next on target Curiously I think these days I've behaved as a 'fully acoustic music afifionado' , albeit FBP is an exception.

    What is that Aranis? I'm not familiar with it. Assume its a bootleg?

    That Dave Brubeck is superb (as is the Forgas)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    What is that Aranis? I'm not familiar with it. Assume its a bootleg?
    Yeah, what gives?
    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
    Yeah, what gives?
    Yes it is the recording of their performance on the second edition of the France RIO event that took place in Carmaux, in September 2009, and am indeed lucky to have it - thus far it is sounding as fine a choice to my ears as both the Forgas albums that I have.
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