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    Aksak Maboul – Figures

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    Rob Mazurek and Black Cube SP - Return the Tides: Ascension Suite & Holy Ghost
    Curlew - Mercury
    Antistatic - Relics
    Nik Bärtsch's RONIN RHYTHM CLAN - Ronin Rhythm Clan: Moonday
    Graham Costello - STRATA (EP)
    Rob Mazurek - Exploding Star Orchestra/Small Unit - Spectral Fiction
    Yussef Dayes - Live From Malibu
    Pere Ubu - New Picnic Time
    Møster! - States Of Minds
    Ian

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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?
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    Mike Keneally & Beer for Dolphins - Live at Lynagh's - Lexington, KY - May 18, 2001
    Boud Deun - Astronomy Made Easy
    Far Corner - Far Corner
    The Mahavishnu Project - Return To The Emerald Beyond
    Tomeka Reid Quartet - Old New
    Upsilon Acrux - Volucris Avis Dirae-Arum
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    Shostakovich - The String Quartets (Fitzwilliam Quartet)

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    The Pineapple Thief - It Leads To This
    Juana Molina - ANRMAL
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    Chick Corea · Light As A Feather 1973
    Chick Corea · Return to Forever 1972

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    Just purchased Thierry Maillard's Moog Project


    On this album about half of the songs are Supertramp remakes, though you may not recognize them at first. Thierry gives them the full moog treatment which is a feast for the ears. His originals are also great, this being one of them:


    There's also a show recorded at Ronnie Scott's last year of the Moog Project that is quite enjoyable.

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    Just found out InsideOut opened their Bandcamp page. I'm thinking of buying something from them on there.
    NG ~ BC ~ PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czyszy View Post
    Just found out InsideOut opened their Bandcamp page. I'm thinking of buying something from them on there.
    Ooh, that is really nice. Many to choose from.
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    Vagn Holmboe - Kairos (String Sinfonias I-IV)
    Olivier Messiaen - Chronochromie/La Ville d'en haut/Et Exspecto Ressurectionem Mortuorum

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwoll View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Czyszy View Post
    Just found out InsideOut opened their Bandcamp page. I'm thinking of buying something from them on there.
    Ooh, that is really nice. Many to choose from.
    I decided to go with A Spark in the Aether by The Tangent for my first purchase. B)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven8 View Post
    Just purchased Thierry Maillard's Moog Project


    On this album about half of the songs are Supertramp remakes, though you may not recognize them at first. Thierry gives them the full moog treatment which is a feast for the ears. His originals are also great, this being one of them:


    There's also a show recorded at Ronnie Scott's last year of the Moog Project that is quite enjoyable.
    Thanks. If you're in Europe you can also order the CD from https://www.thierrymaillard.com/bio-english

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    Tempus Sidereum - Tempus Sidereum I
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    Quote Originally Posted by interbellum View Post
    Thanks. If you're in Europe you can also order the CD from https://www.thierrymaillard.com/bio-english
    That's super interesting to hear the Supertramp songs reimagined.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czyszy View Post
    Tempus Sidereum - Tempus Sidereum I
    Sounds good! No CD available, but I'll go for the download.

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    Laetitia Sadier - Rooting For Love
    Cheer-Accident - Vacate
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    Nostalgia, you know, ain't what it used to be. Furthermore, they tells me, it never was.
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    Universal Totem Orchestra - Mathematical Mother. I'm not happy with this one due to bad production.

    Led Zeppelin - IV. A vinyl version, as I've had it only on CD before.

    Thought Industry - Songs for Insects (1992, punkish, great Prog metal)

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    Ghost Rhythms - Live at l'Ermitage
    Gösta Berlings Saga - Artefacts Live
    Zombi - Escape Velocity
    Zombi - Surface to Air
    Zombi - Liquid Crystal
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    "It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
    -- Aristotle
    Nostalgia, you know, ain't what it used to be. Furthermore, they tells me, it never was.
    “A Man Who Does Not Read Has No Appreciable Advantage Over the Man Who Cannot Read” - Mark Twain

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    Ben Monder - Hydra
    Todd Sickafoose - Blood Orange
    Horse Lords - As It Happened
    Panzerpappa & Rannveig Djønne with Guests - Skjeringspunkt
    Ian

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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
    Ben Monder - Hydra
    Love that one! Ben is such a brilliant musician but he keeps such a low profile that he's not very well known.

    I picked up a couple used CDs.

    Stick Men - Soup
    London Brew
    Eric Dolphy - Outward Bound (RVG Remaster)

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    Quote Originally Posted by StarThrower View Post
    Love that one! Ben is such a brilliant musician but he keeps such a low profile that he's not very well known.

    I picked up a couple used CDs.

    Stick Men - Soup
    London Brew
    Eric Dolphy - Outward Bound (RVG Remaster)
    I LOVE Outward Bound. Great album.

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    Vagn Holmboe - Symphonies 1, 3 and 10
    Vagn Holmboe - Symphony 2/Sinfonia in Memorium (Symphonic Metamorphosis)
    Vagn Holmboe - Symphonies 4 and 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    I LOVE Outward Bound. Great album.
    The only Dolphy CD I was missing. Found it at my local store last week.

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    Received today:
    Saga - Symmetry
    Depeche Mode - Ultra
    Hania Rani - Ghosts
    City - Candlelight Spektakel Live in Sachsen
    Beth Hart Band - Immortal
    Stern Combo Meißen - Finlandia (Klassik-Adaptionen im Konzert [1976-2022])
    Achim Reichel - Schön war es doch! Das Abschiedskonzert
    Kraan - Porta Westfalica 1975 (I think the only album that mentions Jan Fride by his fulll name Jan Fride Wolbrandt)
    Satin Whale - The studio albums 1974-1981

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