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    Richard Pinhas & Oren Ambarchi - Tikkun
    Neptunian Maximalism - A Solar Drone Opera Arkestra
    Krautwerk - Neuling
    Anthony Pirog - Pocket Poem
    Flairck - Back Alive!
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    Magnum - Chase the Dragon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BirstallBlue View Post
    Magnum - Chase the Dragon.
    Man I used to play that to death.
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    Just got Steve Howe's Love Is yesterday. Tomorrow I should be getting Vinnie Moore's newest, Soul Shifter. He was a lot of fun at the last UFO tour. Waiting for Black Swan's Shake the World. I tried for about the fourth or fifth time to get Downes Braide Association's debut album Pictures of You with no luck. Few of these newest albums/cds I was going to get befire the pandemic, but I waited. Support your favorite artists and bands.

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    Pictures of YOU by DBA was in my mailbox today. Fourth or fifth time ordering is a charm.

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    Traffic: Heaven is In Your Mind 2000 remaster
    Traffic: On The Road
    Keith Jarrett: Byablue
    Carla Bley: 4x4
    Sun Ra: Celestial Love
    Lee Konitz Nonet: Live at Laren

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    Scherzoo - 05
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    Zorn, John - The True Discoveries Of Witches And Demons
    Glass, Phillip - 50 Years Of The Philip Glass Ensemble (original recordings 1971-1973)
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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
    Zorn, John - The True Discoveries Of Witches And Demons
    Glass, Phillip - 50 Years Of The Philip Glass Ensemble (original recordings 1971-1973)
    A in the late 70's a friend ( who at the time was younger than 18 ) had a bunch of Glass recordings. He called them 'Music for Vacuuming' ( That would be Music in 12 Parts ).
    I didn't care for it much back then. When I saw Glass, Eighth Blackbird, Nico Muhly, and Maya Beiser perform some of it at Big Ears it was sublime. Would do again.
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    Shostakovich - Symphony 8 (Litton/Dallas)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Glass, Phillip - 50 Years Of The Philip Glass Ensemble (original recordings 1971-1973)
    Is that this one?
    https://www.amazon.de/50-years-Phili...s=music&sr=1-1

    How is it?

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    Anthony Pirog - Pocket Poem
    Ozric Tentacles - Space For The Earth
    Gungfly / Rikard Sjöblom - Alone Together
    Phillip Glass - 50 Years Of The Philip Glass Ensemble (original recordings 1971-1973)
    Raybeats - The Lost Philip Glass Sessions ( The freaking Raybeats? I haven't seen anything by these guys since It's Only A Movie! back in '84 )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Looks like it, just ordered it from Steve F (Wayside) this morning so it'll be a week before I get to listen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post

    How is it?
    It's his 3 earliest albums and they are fantastic. IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    It's his 3 earliest albums and they are fantastic. IMO.
    I've put it on my wish-list.

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    Arrived yesterday

    Asia - s/t (Have it on vinyl, but decided to buy the CD. I have some live-albums, which are not that great, one has a guitar-solo by Steve Howe, which is spoiled by a screeming audience, the other one sounds rather distorted, while the synthesizer sounds like a plastic toy-saxophone)
    In Extremo - Kompass zur Sonne (luxery edition, which looks great, but doesn't fit between my other CD's)
    Kansas- The absence of presence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Asia - s/t (Have it on vinyl, but decided to buy the CD. I have some live-albums, which are not that great, one has a guitar-solo by Steve Howe, which is spoiled by a screeming audience, the other one sounds rather distorted, while the synthesizer sounds like a plastic toy-saxophone)
    I bought the LP when it was released and enjoyed it a lot those days. But I never got me a CD-version (which caused a period of many years I didn't listen to the complete album) until I finally saw a fine Japanese one. Brought back good memories; there are some fine moments on it, especially when Wetton sings about emotional matters. I guess there's just one weaker track on it (One Step Closer).

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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    I bought the LP when it was released and enjoyed it a lot those days. But I never got me a CD-version (which caused a period of many years I didn't listen to the complete album) until I finally saw a fine Japanese one. Brought back good memories; there are some fine moments on it, especially when Wetton sings about emotional matters. I guess there's just one weaker track on it (One Step Closer).
    It's more or less the same for me, but it was a cheap one from Amazon, so I decided to buy it. In this way the total price of my order came above 29 euro, meaning I didn't have to pay postal costs.

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    Paradise Cinema - Paradise Cinema
    Tigran Hamasyan - The Call Within
    Tigran Hamasyan - Mockroot
    Ghost Rhythms - Imaginary Mountains
    Mange Ferraille - Erba spontanea
    Don Caballero - American Don
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    I bought half a dozen cubanelle peppers.

    (Well, the thread doesn't specify music)

    OK, I also picked up The Sessions IV Bonus Track and 8​.​17pm Session - Triangle by Tangerine Dream.

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    Anthony Davis - Episteme
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    Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem (Antoni Wit)

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    Shostakovich - Symphonies 5 and 9 (Yoel Levi/Atlanta)

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    Terje Rypdal - Waves (CD)

    I allready have it as Vinyl, but that was not enough !

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    Rush - Hold the fire
    Keith Tippett Group - Dedicated to you, but you weren't listening
    Rick Wakeman - The red planet

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