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    Vinyl:

    Esbjorn Svennson - Tuesday Wonderland
    Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
    Frank Zappa - You can't do that on stage 1
    Khan - Space Shanty
    King Crimson - Lizard
    Roy Harper - In between every line
    Man - Back into the future
    Throwing Muses - Real Ramona
    Throwing Muses - Red Heaven
    Kate Bush - The dreaming
    Roy Harper - The sophisticated beggar
    Roy Harper - Lifemask
    Roy Harper - Flat baroque and beserk
    Dire Straits - Brothers in arms
    Dire Straits - S/t
    Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
    Police - Singles
    Steeleye Span - Below the salt
    Jethro Tull - A passion play
    Various - Recommended records sampler
    Gazpacho - Demon
    Byzantium - Seasons changing
    Kate Bush - Lionheart
    Black Sabbath - Live evil
    Rainbow - Rising
    Kate Bush - The kick inside
    Elvis Costello - Armed Forces
    Santana - Abraxas
    Santana - Caravanserai
    Richard Thompson - Rumor and sigh
    Captain Beefheart - Grow Fins III

    CDs:

    Steeleye Span - Best of
    Captain Beefheart - Mersey Trout
    Richard Thompson - You me us
    Richard Thompson - Front parlour ballads
    Zappa - New York
    Chumbawamba - Readymades Republic
    Keith Jarrett - Expectations
    Richard Thompson - Mock Tudor

    DVD:

    King Crimson - Eyes wide open

    Holiday binge:

    Vinyl

    Pat Metheny - Travels
    Various - Vertigo sampler
    Magma - Live
    Ralph Towner - Solstice
    Eberhard Weber - The Following Morning
    Bruford - Music for piano and drums
    Bruford - Earthworks
    Bill Bruford - Feels good to me
    Peter Hammill - Sitting targets
    Dixie Dregs - Dregs of the Earth
    The Pentagon - s/t
    JJ Cale - Okie
    Bill Evans - Paris Concert
    King Crimson - Discipline
    Richard Thompson - Hokey Pokey
    Ralph Towner - Blue Sun
    Manfred Schoof - Scales
    Kenny Burrell - God bless the child
    Ralph Towner - Trios Solos
    Patrick Moraz - i
    Bebop Deluxe - Live in the Air Age
    Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
    Eric Clapton - Just one Night
    Keith Jarrett - Nude Ants
    Keith Jarrett - Concerts
    Terje Rypdal - Descendre
    Terje Rypdal - Odyssey
    The B52s - S/t
    Bill Bruford - One of a kind
    Peter Hammill - In camera
    Pat Metheny - Bright size life
    Dave Brubeck - Live at Carnegie
    Scorpions - Love drive
    Van Morrison - No guru, no method, no teacher

    CDs

    Yes - Magnification
    Grateful Dead - Spring 1990
    Genesis - Live over Europe
    John Abercrombie - Gateway
    Ketil Bjornstadt - Night song
    John Abercrombie - Within a song
    Anouar Brahim - Thimar
    Anouar Brahim - Le pas du chat noir
    Anouar Brahim - Le Voyage de Sahar
    Eberhard Weber - Encore
    Eberhard Weber - Pendulum
    John Abercrombie - 39 Steps
    John Abercrombie - Wait till you see her
    Anouar Brahim - Astrakan Cafe
    John Surman - Brewster's Rooster
    Ralph Towner - Five years later
    Tord Gustavsen - What was said
    Tord Gustavsen - Being there

    Hope this will keep me going for some months to come.

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    Agitation Free-Last
    Christian Fennesz & Jim O'Rourke-It's Hard For Me To Say I'm Sorry
    Frank Zappa-Lumpy Gravy
    Max Richter-The Blue Notebooks
    Phantom Trio-#00
    DDAA-Pourriture Cubique
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    Nick Didkovsky et al-Pretties For You-Live In NYC(DVD)
    L.Shankar-Pancha Nadai Pallavi
    Sharan Rami-The Music Of India-Chatur Lal-The Drums Of India
    Daniel Lentz-Wild Turkeys
    Close To The Noise Floor-Formative UK Electronics 1975-1984
    John Surman-Morning Glory
    The Wire-July 2016
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    Cuneiform Records Various Artists - Unsettled Scores
    Noa - Noa
    Admirals Hard - Upon A Painted Ocean
    Martyn, John - Inside Out
    Elephant Tok - Tok 1
    Mammal Hands - Floa
    Sha's Feckel - Feckel For Lovers
    ukandanz - Awo
    Julia Kent - Asperities
    Rob Reed - Sanctuary II
    Landing - Third Sight
    Harmonia - Deluxe
    Pat Matheny - Unity Band
    Moulettes - Preternatural
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    Peter Gabriel-1
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    Bill In The Tea-Big Tree
    Ramon Sender-Worldfood
    Jurgen Karg-Elektronische Mythen
    Kultivator-Barndomens Stigar
    Wolfert Brederode Trio-Black Ice
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    Chromb! - II
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
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    During my vacation:
    Anderson Ponty Band - Better late than never
    (Niedeckens) Bap - Lebenslänlinch
    Doro - 5 original albums (Force Majeure, Doro,True at heart, Angels never die, Machine II machine)
    Herbert Grönemeyer - Dauernd jetzt
    In Extremo - Kunstraub
    Joe Jackson - Fast forward
    Udo Jürgens - Best of
    Kaipa - Solo
    Kaipa - Händer
    Kaipa - Nattdjurstid
    Karat - Über sieben Brücken
    Karat - Seelenschiffe
    Katzenjammer - Le Pop
    Katzenjammer - A kiss before you go
    Heinz Rudolf Kunze - Deutschland
    Udo Lindenberg - Stark wie Zwei, Live
    Die Prinzen - A Capella Album!
    Die Prinzen - Familienalbum
    Die Prinzen - Eine Nacht in der Oper
    Puhdys - Es war schön
    Pur - Achtung
    Rock Legenden (Puhdys + City + Karat) - Live
    Saga - Steel umbrellas
    Saga - Generation 13
    Saga - Pleasure & the pain
    Saga - The human condition
    Silly - Original album classics (Tanzt keiner Boogie?, Liebeswalzer, Februar, Huhrensöhne, Paradies)
    Silly - Wutfänger

    Ordered and recieved after my vacation:
    Suzanne Ciani - Seven waves (including Voises of packaged souls)
    Deutsche Wertarbeit (Dorothea Raukes) - Deutsche Wertarbeit
    Silly + Gunderman & Seilschaft - Unplugged
    Sky - Mozart

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    Mike Keneally - Scambot 2

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    David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock
    What did ya think, Ian??

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    Don't know yet but I heard a bunch on snippets in a Gilmour documentary on MTV and thought they sounded better than I expected.
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock
    Quote Originally Posted by progman1975 View Post
    What did ya think, Ian??
    Ok, I'm liking it, it's nothing radical, but I wasn't expecting it to be. It's got that classic Gilmour guitar tone & vibe I love, the lyrics are adequate, it's on a par with s/t & OAI, it's better than About Face. It may well grow on me over time but it's more likely to sit amongst the majority of my collection as a 'nice album' that I rarely hunt out but don't bounce if it comes up on shuffle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Ok, I'm liking it, it's nothing radical, but I wasn't expecting it to be. It's got that classic Gilmour guitar tone & vibe I love, the lyrics are adequate, it's on a par with s/t & OAI, it's better than About Face. It may well grow on me over time but it's more likely to sit amongst the majority of my collection as a 'nice album' that I rarely hunt out but don't bounce if it comes up on shuffle.
    My buddy claimed it to be the best thing in the Pink Floyd catalog.

    He's a little odd sometimes. Or maybe he was trying to be controversial.

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    Karmakanic - Dot (CD/DVD)
    Little Tragedies - Return
    Little Tragedies - The Sixth Sense
    Ayreon - The Theater Equation (2 CD/DVD)
    Steve Hackett - The Total Experience: Live In Liverpool (blu-ray)
    Gungfly - Please Be Quiet
    Gungfly - Lamentations (CD/DVD)
    Kaada/Patton - Bacteria Cult
    Levin Minnemann Rudess - From The Law Offices Of...
    Arjen Lucassen - Strange Hobby
    Cybotron - Cybotron
    Cybotron - Implosion
    Anderson/Stolt - Invention Of Knowledge
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    Wayside has a sale on

    Gutbucket - Sludge Test
    Pinhas, Richard - Chronolyse
    Ash Ra Tempel - Join Inn
    Porcupine Tree - The Sky Moves Sideways
    Birdsongs Of The Mesozoic - Faultline
    Amon Duul II - Carnival In Babylon
    Ill Wicker - Untamed
    Seven Indies / James Mac Gaw - Someone Hears Your Prayer
    Guru Guru - Hinten
    Claudia Quintet featuring Kurt Elling and Theo Bleckmann - What is the Beautiful?
    Can - Monster Movie
    Alamaailman Vasarat - Maahan
    Gentle Giant - The Power And The Glory
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Gentle Giant - The Power And The Glory
    You've never heard this one?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    You've never heard this one?!
    I've heard it, never got round to buying it, I've got Octopus, IAGH, Free Hand, Interview & 3 Friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I've heard it, never got round to buying it, I've got Octopus, IAGH, Free Hand, Interview & 3 Friends.
    Acquiring the Taste is the next one you need!

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    Karmakanic - Dot
    PiL - Second Edition
    Thank You Scientist - Stranger Heads Prevail
    Thumbscrew : Mary Halvorson / Michael Formanek / Tomas Fujiwara - Convallaria

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    Waclaw Zimpel To Tu Orchestra-Nature Moves
    Waclaw Zimpel-Lines
    Erik Satie And Friends-Original Albums Collection-13 cd
    Bennie Maupin-Moonscapes/Slow Traffic To The Right-Reissue of two albums on one cd
    Basket Full Of Dragons-A Tribute To Robbie Basho Vol.II
    King Crimson-Live In Denver CO-March 13 1972
    Dizrhythmia-s/t
    David Torn-Cloud About Mercury
    Ellen Fullman-Staggered Stasis
    Julius Eastman-Unjust Malaise
    Utsav Lal-Raga Pianist-The Fluid Piano
    Aristocrats-Culture Clash Live!
    Remy Chaudagne-Solo To
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    Mike Oldfield - Discovery
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Mike Oldfield - Discovery
    Haha, I know where you got that idea.
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