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    The Now Playing Thread

    Self explanatory.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

    colouratura.bandcamp.com

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    Elliott Carter memorial broadcast on WKCR-FM in NYC.
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    "All of the Above" by Transatlantic. Man, I don't know where I am with this band. A lot of it I find quite well-written (I've grown attached to many parts in "The Whirlwind"). Then, Morse and company get cheesy for a few minutes and I don't know why I keep it on.

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    The Who-Live in Hull 1970

    My first listen...so far it's a pretty hot cd. Moon is tearing the place up and the rest of the band aren't far behind. Bob Pridden has done an excellent job of bringing this show to life.

    Bill
    She'll be standing on the bar soon
    With a fish head and a harpoon
    and a fake beard plastered on her brow.

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    I've ventured outside our beloved genre for a moment:
    Everything But the Girl - Walking Wounded

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    Heinz Rudolf Kunze - Kommando Zuversicht, das musikalische Hörbuch live in Bremen
    i doubt I will play this album as much as his other albums. A big part of is talking, though his story's are funny.

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    Vinci's opera Artaserse. Ass-kicking, slammin' baroque opera seria.

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    Aimee Mann - Charmer

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    James Taylor-Greatest Hits
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    Pat Metheny Group - San Lorenzo (live version from Travels)


    Sublime.

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    Van Morrison-Born To Sing No Plan B (very first listen)

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    Klause Schulze - La Vie Electronique 12

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    Adam Hurst. Selections from Obscura, the Secret & Ritual. I'd really like to discover more cello related meditation music.

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    Jon Lord - Pictured within
    One of the 4 Jon Lord CD's I bought in Bonn. I think in a way it's the best of the 4. Beautiful music, not as brash as his earlier orchestral stuff.

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    King Crimson - In the court of the crimson king
    All the talking about Moonchild, made me wonder.

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    Stern Combo Meissen - Weisses Gold
    from my new box.

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    Musik von Harmonia

    Thank you SFPL
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    Wherein one can peruse all manner of Digital Artwork & Photography. . .

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    Stern Combo Meissen - Der weite Weg
    Third album in the Stern Combo Meissen box.

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    Phil Manzanera 6P.M. WONDERBAR!

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    1. Squarer For Maud
    2. Seven Sisters
    3. Rose Sob >
    4. Play Time
    5. band introduction
    6. Nowadays A Silhouette
    7. TNTFX >
    8. Silence
    9. Dreams Wide Awake
    10. Toad of Toad Hall
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    Alan Gowen - Keyboards
    Phil Miller - Guitar
    John Greaves - Bass, vocals
    Pip Pyle - Drums
    "I got an idea, an idea so smart my head would explode if I even began to know what I was talking about."
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    Crosby/Nash - Crosby/Nash (1972)

    Been repeating Where Will I Be and Page 43 a lot...

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