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    Laos-Lam Saravane-Music For The Khen
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    Kotebel ~ Concerto for piano and electric ensemble (cd version w/out dvd)

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    The last days I received 3 albums by Mahavishnu Orchestra
    The lost Trident sessions - great album
    Between nothingness & eterniy - another great one
    Apocalypse - Can miss Moran put a sock in her mouth?

    b.t.w. I like all albums I have from Mahavishnu Orchestra, I think I've got them all. Where to go next?

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    Le Forte Four with Patients-Boris The Spider/Priceless
    The Doo-Dooettes-Think Space
    Airway-Beyond The Pink Live
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    Electric Asturias - Fractals
    Little Atlas - Wanderlust & Automatic Day
    s/t Balloon Astronomy
    Matching Mole's - Little Red Record
    3rd Degree - The Long Division
    Sanguine Hum - Diving Bell
    Unitopia - One night in Europe
    FM - Direct to Disc
    Lalle Larsson - Weaveworld "Nightscapes" ( has replaced SW's The Raven in heavy automobile rotation, it is that good )
    Romantic Warriors II - Got RIO? - Special Features DVD
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    Toru Takemitsu: Quotation of Dream (20/21 series) - London Sinfonietta / Oliver Knussen - I you like Debussy / Messian / Bartok / Strawinsky, check it out !
    Alberto Ginastera & Hector Villa Lobos: Concertos for Harp & Orchestra - (actually this is a gift)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    b.t.w. I like all albums I have from Mahavishnu Orchestra, I think I've got them all. Where to go next?
    Chick Corea and Return To Forever - Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy
    Jan Hammer Group - Live in NYC (iTunes download only)
    Jerry Goodman and Jan Hammer - Like Children

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    ...and maybe

    Billy Cobham-Spectrum
    John McLaughlin-Electric Guitartist / Electric Dreams, available together on BGO label, or separately from Sony.

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    I got the following from a Craigslist seller for .25 cents each:

    CD
    F.S.O.L. / My Kingdom
    Conjure: Music For The Texts Of Ishmael Reed
    Kinski / Airs Above Your Station
    Chicago Underground Duo / In Praise Of Shadows
    Chicago Underground Trio / Possible Cube
    Agusti Fernandez/Derek Bailey / Barcelona
    Steve Dalachinsky/Matthew Shipp / Phenomena Of Interference
    Butcher/Dafeldecker/Moser/Stangl / Polwechsel 2
    Present / Live!
    Present / A Great Inhuman Adventure
    Ray Russell / Goodbye Svengali
    Volapuk / Tiger Fire
    Hamster Theatre / Mister Personality/Quasi Day Room
    Blast / Stringy Rugs
    Parker/Guy/Lytton Trio / Breaths And Heartbeats
    Haco / Haco
    Frank Pahl / The Cowboy Disciple
    Jazz/Funk Unit / Beauty Is Only Knee Deep
    Sanders/Hicks/Davis/Nakamura / NY Unit: Naima
    GusGus / GusGus
    The Orb / Okie Dokie It's The Orb
    Bruce Eisenbeil's Crosscurrent Trio / Mural
    Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls / Breeding Resistance
    Tronzo Trio / Roots
    Nils Petter Molvaer / Khmer

    Vinyl
    Mandingo / New World Power
    Jerry Gonzalez & The Fort Apache Band / Obatala
    Ronald Shannon Jackson / Decode Yourself
    Ronald Shannon Jackson / Texas
    Jamaaladeen Tacuma / Renaissance Man
    various artsists / Yalla: Hitlist Egypt
    Chaba Fadela/Cheb Sahraoui / Hana Hana
    various artists / Sabroso!: Havana Hits

    And at the record store where I work part-time:

    Vinyl
    Sigor Ros / Agaetis Byrjun (RSD 2013 LP)

    Used CD
    If / If
    If / If 2
    If / If 4
    Eric Burdon and the Animals / The Best Of 1966-1968

    And in the mail today:
    Captain Beefheart / Trout Mask Replica (new Zappa CD reissue)
    The Persuaders (early Zappa-related 7" 45 rpm)
    Zappa/Mothers / Weasels Ripped My Flesh (German vinyl with "Puppet" cover art)

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    Wow, nice haul
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    Yesterday I got: FM - Black Noise
    Today: Sweet Smoke - Just a poke - Darkness to light
    Funny detail, when I was much younger I bought Just a poke, because I liked the drum-solo I heard in the store. When I played it at home, I didn't like the music, so I returned the album. Now I like it and I don't understand why I didn't like it when I was young.

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    Captain Beefheart-Trout Mask Replica(new reissue)
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    Whoa, that was a pretty sweet deal, FrippWire!

    On the way home from a work trip yesterday I made a quick pit stop at a music store that is usually too far away for me to frequent and I picked up these for about $5 each:

    City Boy - Young Men Gone West
    Kansas - s/t, Masque (never owned or heard either one!)
    Blue Oyster Cult - Tyranny and Mutation (never owned this one)

    So far I'm quite pleased with all of those purchases. I think I prefer "Young Men Gone West" to "Book Early", which is the only other City Boy album I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rarebird View Post
    Funny detail, when I was much younger I bought Just a poke, because I liked the drum-solo I heard in the store. When I played it at home, I didn't like the music, so I returned the album. Now I like it and I don't understand why I didn't like it when I was young.
    This happens to me a lot. If it wasn't Iron Maiden or Black Sabbath it was crap.
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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
    This happens to me a lot. If it wasn't Iron Maiden or Black Sabbath it was crap.
    I liked Kayak and ELP at that time.

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    Everon - North

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    The Besnard Lakes - Until in Excess, Imperceptible UFO

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    The two most recent:

    Wolf People - Fain
    I think the best description is folk-rock similar to early Fairport Convention, only with a retro heavy psych sensibility. These guys love nasty fuzz-tone guitar, so that's a big part of the sound. The lyrics lean on the vague/evocative side, but the music is so good it doesn't much matter. This music is all about feel, and that they have.

    Djam Karet - The Trip
    To me, this is classic DK. The album is one long forty-seven minute track. Just sit back and enjoy the trip. One the whole, it is a mellower DK release, folding and spinning from one weirdness to another. They pick up the pace at the end, though.

    Both albums get a big thumbs-up from me.
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    Yesterday I bought 6 cheap CD's on SI Music
    Blyndsyde - Into the storm of the eye
    Casino - s/t
    Mercy Train - Presence
    Red Jasper - A midsummer night's dream
    Timelock - Louise Brooks
    Wings of Steel - Homesick

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    Feliu I Joan Albert: Feliu Albert I Joan (1977) - CD 2005

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    Atoms For Peace - Amok
    Sigur Ros - Kveikur
    Hidden Orchestra - Archipelago
    Klaus Schulze - Picture Music
    Camel - A Live Record
    Jaga Jazzist - Live With Britten Sinfonia
    Djam Karet - The Trip
    Metheny, Pat - Tap: The Book Of Angels, Volume 20
    Magma - Retrospektiw I-II 2 x CDs
    Flairck - Bal Masque
    Uriah Heep - Demons and Wizards
    Gryphon - Midnight Mushrump
    Hooker, John Lee - Live at Cafe Au Go-Go (And Soledad Prison)
    Alamaailman Vasarat - Haudasta Lomilla DVD
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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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    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Michal Urbaniak-Fusion III
    Carla Bley-Sextet

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    Was in Toronto over the long weekend and picked up the following:

    CDs
    Meg Baird - Seasons on Earth
    Bombino - Nomad
    Cato Salsa Experience and The Thing with Joe McPhee - Sounds Like a Sandwich
    Don Cherry - Live at Caf Montmartre 1966 Vol. 2
    Cos - Postaeolian Train Robbery
    Epidaurus - Earthly Paradise
    Es - A Love Cycle
    Fire! Orchestra - Exit!
    Henry Franklin - The Skipper
    Grobschnitt - Solar Music Live
    Sekou Batourou Kayoute - et sa Cora
    Kinoko Teikoku - Unknown Title (because there is no English on the cover and I can't read Japanese)
    Yusef Lateef - Six Classic Albums
    Charlie Mariano & Chris Hinze - Blue Stone
    Minamo - Beautiful
    Paul Motian - Complete Soul Note Recordings
    Mouse on the Keys - An Anxious Object
    Os Mutantes - Fool Metal Jack
    Tom Newman - Faerie Symphony
    Hermeto Pascoal - Slaves Mass
    Pinton/Kullhammar/Zetterberg/Nordeson - Chant
    Radiomobel - Gudang Garam
    Woody Shaw - Stepping Stones: Live at the Village Vanguard
    Shonen Knife - Let's Knife
    Sigur Ros - Laugardalshollin, 8/28/99, Reykjavik Iceland (live CDR that Burt at Vortex gave me because I bought so much)
    The Stark Reality - Acting Thinking Feeling
    Travelling - Voici la Nuit Tombee
    Various Artists - Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore & Malaysia 1964-70
    Various Artists - Ethnic Minority Music of Southern China
    John Zorn/etc - The Stone Issue One

    LPs
    Ornette Coleman's Prime Time - Opening the Caravan of Dreams
    Julius Hemphill - Georgia Blue
    James Newton - Paseo del Mar
    Saheb Sarbib's Multinational Big Band - Aisha
    Solidarity Unit Inc. - Red, Black, and Green
    Jukka Tolonen - Hysterika
    Various Artists - That's the Way I Feel Now: A Tribute to Thelonious Monk

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    Pierrot Lunaire: Gudrun (1977) - CD 2011 + 2 bonustracks
    (I had it as a CDR but...)

    Soft Machine Live at henie Onstad Art Centre 1971

    And on a fleamarket I got all this for ~8 $ :
    Talk Talk - Spirit of eden (had it on LP)
    Hndel - Watermusic
    Debussy - pianomusic (Fou Ts'ong) Have everything allready, canr get enough.
    Ravel - Daphe & Cloe, Bolero, Pavane pour une infante defunte
    Bach - Orchestral suites 1-4 (EMI - Neville Marriner)
    Bach - Branderburger Contertos 1-6 (had them allready, but this is a different version, DECCA)

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