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    King Crimson-Radical Action (To Unseat The Hold Of Monkey Mind)
    Finnegans Wake-The Bird And The Sky Above
    Gil Evans-Out Of The Cool/Into The Hot-(2 lps on 1 cd)
    Manuel Gottsching-E2-E4 (2016 reissue)
    Bedhead-1992-1998(4 cd box)
    Aram Bajakian-There Were Flowers Also In Hell
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Finnegans Wake-The Bird And The Sky Above
    Let me know what you think of this one, I found it a radical departure from Chamber Rock into Free Jazz, I've never been able to get a liking for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Let me know what you think of this one, I found it a radical departure from Chamber Rock into Free Jazz, I've never been able to get a liking for it.
    Haven't played it yet,but i'll get to it.I bought another cd by this group,Pictures,which had some good music but on the whole i didn't warm to it.I hope i like this one better.We'll see.
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    Recently came into some extra money and decided to spend a little on myself. I figured I purchased a new car for my wife, so I could spend a little on a few CD's for myself.

    Shadowlands - Cautionary Tales Box Set - At the Rosfest 2002, I held the three Shadowlands CD's in my hands and chose one - the one I ultimately like the least.
    Darryl Way - Myths, Legends & Tales - always love prog with an electric violin
    Nathan Mahl - Justify - a prolific band that doesn't exist in my collection. Wanted to start somewhere
    Alex Carpani - So close, So Far - again, see above
    Airbag - Disconnect - purchased their last CD and it did nothing for me, but the clips I heard on this were spectacular. I hope I love it
    Flamborough Head - Tales of Imperfection - I have been working backwards on their discography.
    Cirrus Bay - Places Unseen - Loved their last couple
    Sanguine Hum - Now We Have Light - Purhcased their last CD and loved it. Starting to work backwards
    Rube Goldberg Machine - Fragile Times - loved the samples. Hope the album lives up to it.
    Nice Beaver - The Time it Takes - Loved Oregon.
    Trion - Funfair Fantasy - was given Tortoise as a gift and loved it. Moving on to check out the rest.
    Daryl Hall - Sacred Songs - Sad admission, I like many of their songs from Abandoned Luncheonette to 82. Thought this might be good. First listen is a disappointment.
    Karmacanic - Dot - Own all of theirs, and really enjoy this one.
    Arc Light Sessions - Perchance to a Dream - have listened to them on-line and have enjoyed them. Hoped they would start to distribute in CD format. Enjoy it quite a bit.
    Cowsills - Captain Sad and His Ship of Fools - First, I am from Rhode Island, Second, listen to the song "Who can Teach a Songbird How to Sing" before you say anything

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    Andrew Cyrille Quartet-w/Bill Frisell,Richard Teitelbaum and Ben Street-The Declaration Of Musical Independence
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    Øresund Space Collective - It's All About Delay
    Emmett Elvin - Assault On The Tyranny Of Reason
    Jeremy Flower - The Real Me
    Thin Pillow - s/t
    Polymorphie - Voix
    Radio Massacre International - Rain Falls In Grey Redux
    SubRosa - For This We Fought The Battle Of Ages
    North Sea Radio Orchestra - Dronne
    Gong - Rejoice! I'm Dead!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Let me know what you think of this one, I found it a radical departure from Chamber Rock into Free Jazz, I've never been able to get a liking for it.
    I dig it.These guys can play.It reminds me of music made by cats from the AACM, the Chicago(later opened a branch in NYC) collective of musicians who were re-structuralists of the new thing in jazz.Anthony Braxton,Leo Smith,Muhal Richard Abrams, etal.This sounds like some early Leo Smith records i owned.I wish they had used a good double bass player on these sessions, but over all, this one's a keeper.I much prefer it to Pictures.
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    The Jelly Jam - Profit - man does this initially sparse-sounding collection of songs grow on me and reveal hidden layers with repeated listens. I love it.

    Kansas - The Prelude Implicit - just arrived today! About to play it in 3, 2, 1....

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    Choir Of Gonville & Gaius College/Barnaby Brown-triplepipes & lyre-In Praise Of Saint Columba-The Sound World Of The Celtic Church
    Ravi Shankar-In Hollywood,1971
    Guy Klucevsek-Teetering On The Verge Of Normalcy
    Alarm Will Sound-A/rhythmia
    Ennio Morricone-Crime And Dissonance
    Controlled Bleeding-Larva Lumps And Baby Bumps
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    Yes - Tales From Topographic Oceans 5.1 blu-ray
    Knifeworld - Bottled Out Of Eden
    São Paulo Underground - Cantos Invisíveis
    Richard Thompson - The Old Kit Bag
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    I got the vinyl.

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    Big Big Train - Stone & Steel blu-ray.

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    2011 pink floyd MORE remaster.
    Anja Plasch Soap and Skin (2)
    Monkey mind
    Phil Manzanera compilation
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    2011 pink floyd MORE moving up my list of favorite pink floyd albums.
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    Slayer - Reign Of Bood
    Meshuggah - Catch Thirty Three
    Judas Priest - Sad Wings Of Destiny
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    Lani Hall sundown lady, Singer for brazil 66... Keeper.image.jpg

    Left handed ipod post... Sorry. But its a fine LP.
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    Yes-Tales From Topographic Oceans(2016 reissue)
    Don Preston-Works
    Don Preston-Vile Foamy Ectoplasm
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    The Beatles White Album 2LP
    The Stranglers The Raven LP
    Riechmann Wundebar LP
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    Ali Neander - Ali Neander feat. Hellmut Hattler
    Tangerine Dream - Force majeure
    Paul McCartney - Ram

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    The Beatles White Album 2LP
    The Stranglers The Raven LP
    Riechmann Wundebar LP
    Riechmann is interesting. When I first heard the album and knew he had died, I thought he was knowing he would die, while making the album, but considering the way he died, this couldn't be.

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    Jimmy Giuffre 3 with Paul Bley & Steve Swallow-Bremen & Stuttgart 1961
    The Wire-October and November 2016
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    Van Dyke Parks-Song Cycle
    Barnaby Brown-pipes & vocals/Clare Salaman-fiddles & hurdy-gurdy/Bill Taylor-lyres & harps-Spellweaving-Ancient Music From The Highlands Of Scotland
    Don Preston-Don Preston's Retrospective
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    Travis Larson Band - Anicca
    Mike Keneally - Wing Beat Elastic
    Mike Keneally - Scambot
    Riverside - Eye Of The Soundscape
    Glass, Philip / Robert Wilson / Lucinda Childs - Einstein On The Beach
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    Wouter Verschuren - The elegant bassoon

    Contains music by:
    Georg Philip Telemann
    Theodor Schwartzkopff
    Johann Georg Tiehl
    Johann Friedriech Fasch
    Carl Philip Emanuel Bach
    François Devienne

    A numbered copy number 0532 from 1000

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    Bent Knee - Leak Water EP
    Bent Knee - Live At The Space
    Mike Oldfield - Voyager
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