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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    You'll wanna be hopping on this deal, you bastiges.

    https://mailchi.mp/cuneiformrecords/...XumiYryDgkHlL8
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    Done and so happy with it!.


    Which Way Now by Harry Miller's Isipingo.


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    Mongezi Feza : trumpet
    Harry Miller : double bass
    Louis Moholo : drums
    Mike Osborne : alto sax
    Keith Tippett : piano (RIP!)


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    ^ Wow...I haven't even heard of this one. Pretty nice lineup there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo Chang Ba View Post
    ^ Wow...I haven't even heard of this one. Pretty nice lineup there.
    This is a winner, go for it Hobo!.
    https://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.co.../which-way-now

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    I Just Did Say Something by I.P.A.



    Done!
    Another great one IMO!

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    Agree!


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    The other day a friend of mine asked if I ever ordered from Wayside?
    So I compiled a list using my order history and sent it to him.
    It was fun to do and it brought back some memories of what was going on in my life when I ordered those.
    From 1998 to 2007 I was a casual Magma fan and I had one or two before 2008. The studio box set change that all.
    I'm not sure why I did the history in reverse order.

    All my CD&DVDs bought directly from Wayside Music

    20. Dun - Eros (expanded / remastered)
    Thinking Plague - In This Life (25th anniversary remaster)
    Happy Family - Minimal Gods
    19. Magma - Zess (CD in media book)
    18. Magma - Emehntehtt-Re Trilogy 2 x DVDs
    Hammill, Peter - Live in Berlin 1992 : 2 x CDs + DVD
    Van der Graaf Generator - Do Not Disturb
    17. Marillion - marillion.com (digi-book edition / remixed
    Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions Of The Emerald Beyond
    16. Badger - One Live Badger
    King Crimson - Thrak 40th Anniversary CD + 5.1 / hi-res DVD-A
    15.5 Magma - Köhnzert Zünd --- Xmas present ordered by my wife...as long as I promised I would never listen around her.
    15. Pink Floyd - The Endless River (expanded casebook edition) CD + CD + 5.1 / hi-res DVD-A
    14. Anekdoten - Until All The Ghosts Are Gone
    13. Present - Le Poison Qui Rend Fou (expanded / remastered) 2 x CDs
    Present - Triskaidekaphobie (expanded / remastered)
    Yes - Close To The Edge CD + 5.1 / hi-res DVD-A (remixed / expanded / remastered)
    12. Family - Anyway (expanded)
    Family - Bandstand (expanded) (special)
    Family - Entertainment
    Family - Fearless
    Family - Music in a Doll's House (expanded)
    11. Magma - Mythes Et Legendes: Epok V DVD
    10. Anglagard - Viljans Öga
    9. Magma - Felicite Thosz
    8. Vander, Christian - John Coltrane l'Homme Supreme
    7. Univers Zero - Heresie (expanded / remixed / remastered)
    6. Univers Zero - Clivages
    5. Magma - Emehntehtt Re
    4. Vander, Christian - Un Homme...Un Batterie DVD
    Van der Graaf Generator - Live at the Paradiso DVD
    3. Magma - Mythes et Legends Volume Four DVD
    Magma - Mythes et Legends Volume Three DVD
    Shub Niggurath - Introduction
    Offering - Magma Presente Offering
    One Shot - Dark Shot CD + DVD
    3.5 Univers Zero - Univers Zero (expanded / remixed / remastered)...some reason it's not in my history?
    3. Univers Zero - Relaps: Archives 1984-1986 ...First time I realized I couldn't call Brandon and talk to him about an album.
    2. Magma - Studio Zund (10 album set (12 discs) in digipacks - each with booklet ...one of the last things I talked to my friend Brandon about before he died
    1. Anekdoten - A Time of Day
    Univers Zero - Heresie T-shirt

    First Order was on 5/10/2007 (before that, I worked at a store that ordered direct from wayside or did orders with another friend)
    Newest order was on 7/2/2020


    Probably not a lot compared to some.
    Anyone else wanna share?

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    I don't remember what year I started buying stuff from Wayside, but I think it started circa 1993 or 1994 (holy crap, I've been buying stuff from Steve for more than 25 years?!)

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    I started in either 2005 or 2006 and the list would be way too long to post here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    I don't remember what year I started buying stuff from Wayside, but I think it started circa 1993 or 1994 (holy crap, I've been buying stuff from Steve for more than 25 years?!)
    That would be a very interesting list to see.
    Mine is very Magma/Univers Zero related ...but my last order Dün,Thinking Plague & Happy Family kind of break that up a bit...kinda?

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    I've been buying from Wayside since 1988. Or maybe it was 1987. Kind of hard to remember exactly.
    I think I first got their catalog way back in 1985. Sill wish I had it.
    Somewhere stashed away I've some later ones from the 1990's though I'm not sure exactly where that stash is located!

    Anyone remember the main catalog printed on green paper and the updates on white paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobo Chang Ba View Post
    I started in either 2005 or 2006 and the list would be way too long to post here.
    That's my opinion as well. I reckon I've ordered over 600 albums from Wayside and very happy with the vast majority of them.
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    I knew my list would pale in comparison to most order histories.

    I wish I would have bought two of the studio Zund Magma boxes, but not to make a profit, I knew a guy who really wanted it and they were going for $350 at the time he was looking and I wished I had an extra to get him

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Czar View Post
    That would be a very interesting list to see.
    Mine is very Magma/Univers Zero related ...but my last order Dün,Thinking Plague & Happy Family kind of break that up a bit...kinda?
    I remember some of the stuff I bought from Steve in the 90's:

    Faust: The Faust Tapes and 71 Minutes Of Faust
    Djam Karet: The Ritual Continues
    Island: Pictures
    SFF: The Complete Works Of...
    Cosmic Jokers: Galactic Supermarket
    Magma: most of the Magma reissues on Seventh Records I have were bought from Steve
    AMM: AMMMusic (aka the Elektra Album)
    Henry Kaiser Band: Heart's Desire
    Univers Zero: 1313 (original Cuneiform edition)
    Albert Marcouer: first album


    If we skip ahead to 2014 (which is where my order history on the Wayside site begins), we can add
    Captain Beyond: first album
    Eskaton: Fiction
    Present: Triskadekaphobie
    Pat Metheny: Tap: Book Of Angels Vol. 20
    Magma: Mythes Et Legendes Vols I and II (on DVD)
    Ellott Sharp: Xenocodex
    Henry Kaiser/Charles K Noyes/Sang Won Park: Invite The Spirit 1983
    Anthony Phillips: 1984 (old Voiceprint double CD issue)
    Stephen Scott: Deep Spaces
    Anthony Braxton & Fred Frith: Victoriaville (Duo) 2005
    Anthony Braxton: Ensemble (Victoriaville 1988)
    Bradfield, Polly / Andrea Centazzo / Eugene Chadbourne / Tom Cora / Toshinori Kondo / John Zorn - Environment For Sextet
    Zorn, John - The Bribe
    Phideaux - Snowtorch (mini-lp sleeve)
    Albert King - Blues For Elvis: King Does the King's Things
    Sun Ra - Strange Worlds 2 x CDs (special)
    Magma - Zühn Wöhl Ünsai : February 6, 1974, Sendesaal, Bremen, Germany
    Anthony Phillips - Private Parts and Pieces IX: Dragonfly Dreams & X: Soire
    Sun Ra: Disco 3000
    Anthony Phillips: Field Day
    Miles Davis: Olympia July 11 1973
    Jeff Beck: Jeff
    Univers Zero: Relapse, along with all the Univers Zero albums from the 70's and 80's (including the second version of 1313 that Cuneiform issued)
    Peter Hammill: Fool's Mate
    Peter Hammill: The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage
    Centipede: Septober Energy
    Magma: Riah Sahiltaahk
    Secret Oyster - Vidunderlige Kaeling aka Astarte
    Material: Secret Life
    Al DiMeola: Land Of THe Midnight Sun
    Runaway Totem: Andromeda
    Neom: Arkana Temporis
    Amygdala: first album
    Ache: De Homine Urbano
    Henry Kaiser/Morgen Agren/Trey Gunn: Invisible Rays
    FM: NEARfest 2006 (CD/DVD package)
    Magma: Slag Tanz
    Steve Roach: Truth And Beauty: The Lost Pieces 2
    Steve Roach: Life Sequence
    Steve Roach: The Lost Pieces
    ELPowell: well, there was only one, wasn't there?
    Blind Willie McTell: The Classic Years 1927-1940
    Pauline Oliveros: Alien Bog/Beautiful Soop
    TONTO: TONTO/It's About Time
    Gong: Acid Motherhood
    Gong: Camembert Electronique
    Gong: 2032
    Gong/Daevid/Gilly: Magick Brother
    Daevid Allen: Twelve Selves
    Art Zoyd: the boxset
    Secret Oyster: eponymous
    Secret Oyster Sea Son
    Mother Mallard: Like A Duck To Water
    Mother Mallard: 1970-1973
    Soft Machine: Backwards
    This Heat: Out Of Cold Storage
    Henry Kaiser: Garden Of Memory (and a whole mess of Henry's other relatively recent releases)
    Mountain: Twin Peaks
    Jefferson Airplane: Crown Of Creation
    Scott Johnson: Americans and Patty Hearst (I can't remember if I got my CD copy of John Somebody from Steve or not)
    Hay, Emily/Brad Dutz/Wayne Peet - Hay/Dutz/Peet
    Spellcasters - Music From The Anacostia Delta
    Frank Zappa: Ahead Of Their Time
    Tangerine Dream: In Search Of Hades boxset

    Somewhere in there, I also distinctly remember buying most of the Djam Karet catalog from Steve at NEARfest 2001 (and buying hard copies releases of their subsequent releases from him), as well as most of the Heldon/Richard Pinhas catalog, a couple of the Mujician albums, and I forget all what else. Oh yeah, and there was also my copy of CHarles Mingus' Tijuana Moods (on the packing slip with my order, he wrote "Alright! Mingus! Enjoy!").

    I've also got quite a few other Cuneiform releases I've bought from other people. This includes
    Cartoon: Sortie (bought, second hand, back in 1993, possibly my first Cuneiform purchase)
    Heldon: Allez Teia (which was either my first or second Cuneiform purchase, I thin, this time new)
    Arkham
    Muffins: Chronometers
    Gary Windo: His Master's Bones (which I ended up buying, after more than a decade of hesitation, because I heard his version of Dumb Waiters on Pandora, circa 2008, or whenever it was)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    I remember some of the stuff I bought from Steve in the 90's:

    Faust: The Faust Tapes and 71 Minutes Of Faust
    Djam Karet: The Ritual Continues
    Island: Pictures
    SFF: The Complete Works Of...
    Cosmic Jokers: Galactic Supermarket
    Magma: most of the Magma reissues on Seventh Records I have were bought from Steve
    AMM: AMMMusic (aka the Elektra Album)
    Henry Kaiser Band: Heart's Desire
    Univers Zero: 1313 (original Cuneiform edition)
    Albert Marcouer: first album


    If we skip ahead to 2014 (which is where my order history on the Wayside site begins), we can add
    Captain Beyond: first album
    Eskaton: Fiction
    Present: Triskadekaphobie
    Pat Metheny: Tap: Book Of Angels Vol. 20
    Magma: Mythes Et Legendes Vols I and II (on DVD)
    Ellott Sharp: Xenocodex
    Henry Kaiser/Charles K Noyes/Sang Won Park: Invite The Spirit 1983
    Anthony Phillips: 1984 (old Voiceprint double CD issue)
    Stephen Scott: Deep Spaces
    Anthony Braxton & Fred Frith: Victoriaville (Duo) 2005
    Anthony Braxton: Ensemble (Victoriaville 1988)
    Bradfield, Polly / Andrea Centazzo / Eugene Chadbourne / Tom Cora / Toshinori Kondo / John Zorn - Environment For Sextet
    Zorn, John - The Bribe
    Phideaux - Snowtorch (mini-lp sleeve)
    Albert King - Blues For Elvis: King Does the King's Things
    Sun Ra - Strange Worlds 2 x CDs (special)
    Magma - Zühn Wöhl Ünsai : February 6, 1974, Sendesaal, Bremen, Germany
    Anthony Phillips - Private Parts and Pieces IX: Dragonfly Dreams & X: Soire
    Sun Ra: Disco 3000
    Anthony Phillips: Field Day
    Miles Davis: Olympia July 11 1973
    Jeff Beck: Jeff
    Univers Zero: Relapse, along with all the Univers Zero albums from the 70's and 80's (including the second version of 1313 that Cuneiform issued)
    Peter Hammill: Fool's Mate
    Peter Hammill: The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage
    Centipede: Septober Energy
    Magma: Riah Sahiltaahk
    Secret Oyster - Vidunderlige Kaeling aka Astarte
    Material: Secret Life
    Al DiMeola: Land Of THe Midnight Sun
    Runaway Totem: Andromeda
    Neom: Arkana Temporis
    Amygdala: first album
    Ache: De Homine Urbano
    Henry Kaiser/Morgen Agren/Trey Gunn: Invisible Rays
    FM: NEARfest 2006 (CD/DVD package)
    Magma: Slag Tanz
    Steve Roach: Truth And Beauty: The Lost Pieces 2
    Steve Roach: Life Sequence
    Steve Roach: The Lost Pieces
    ELPowell: well, there was only one, wasn't there?
    Blind Willie McTell: The Classic Years 1927-1940
    Pauline Oliveros: Alien Bog/Beautiful Soop
    TONTO: TONTO/It's About Time
    Gong: Acid Motherhood
    Gong: Camembert Electronique
    Gong: 2032
    Gong/Daevid/Gilly: Magick Brother
    Daevid Allen: Twelve Selves
    Art Zoyd: the boxset
    Secret Oyster: eponymous
    Secret Oyster Sea Son
    Mother Mallard: Like A Duck To Water
    Mother Mallard: 1970-1973
    Soft Machine: Backwards
    This Heat: Out Of Cold Storage
    Henry Kaiser: Garden Of Memory (and a whole mess of Henry's other relatively recent releases)
    Mountain: Twin Peaks
    Jefferson Airplane: Crown Of Creation
    Scott Johnson: Americans and Patty Hearst (I can't remember if I got my CD copy of John Somebody from Steve or not)
    Hay, Emily/Brad Dutz/Wayne Peet - Hay/Dutz/Peet
    Spellcasters - Music From The Anacostia Delta
    Frank Zappa: Ahead Of Their Time
    Tangerine Dream: In Search Of Hades boxset

    Somewhere in there, I also distinctly remember buying most of the Djam Karet catalog from Steve at NEARfest 2001 (and buying hard copies releases of their subsequent releases from him), as well as most of the Heldon/Richard Pinhas catalog, a couple of the Mujician albums, and I forget all what else. Oh yeah, and there was also my copy of CHarles Mingus' Tijuana Moods (on the packing slip with my order, he wrote "Alright! Mingus! Enjoy!").

    I've also got quite a few other Cuneiform releases I've bought from other people. This includes
    Cartoon: Sortie (bought, second hand, back in 1993, possibly my first Cuneiform purchase)
    Heldon: Allez Teia (which was either my first or second Cuneiform purchase, I thin, this time new)
    Arkham
    Muffins: Chronometers
    Gary Windo: His Master's Bones (which I ended up buying, after more than a decade of hesitation, because I heard his version of Dumb Waiters on Pandora, circa 2008, or whenever it was)

    Your orders are a lot more wide ranging than mine, but I do have a lot of local stores I buy from and do special orders.
    I think Cartoon "Sortie" was one of the first cuneiform cd I had too, but have to buy it again.
    Did you get the remix of Univers Zero heresie? I like it, but think the bass is mixed too low

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    Mmm, I knew I forgot something, I missed an order from about 2018, which included:

    Blind Lemon Jefferson: The Complete Recordings
    Taj Mahal: First album
    Mississippi John Hurt: Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings

    I have to thank Steve for reigniting my interest in blues music. I started with the Blind Wille McTell, and that's sent me down another rabbit hole, listening to Blind Lemon Jefferson, Mississippi John Hurt, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Freddie King, etc.

    And another item I forgot was a Stephen Scott CD I bought back in the 90's, Minerva's Web, The Tears of Niobe. I remember buying that because I saw Scott on the old RIpley's Believe Or Not show back in the 80's, and he also had a track on a Keyboard magazine soundpage focused on "Experimental music". I'm sure I got that from Wayside also.


    And the verseion of Hersie I have is the one with the bonus track, I suppose that must be the remix. How different is from th eoriginal?

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    "And the verseion of Hersie I have is the one with the bonus track, I suppose that must be the remix. How different is from the original?"

    The mix is really different. The bass is really present in the original

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    Was there no Cuneiform weekly sale this week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    Was there no Cuneiform weekly sale this week?
    Hello Dave!
    This is part of the email that I received this Friday 03:

    - How The GLITCH Stole $5.00 Friday. -

    "...right now, there is a odd technical glitch on the back-end / control area of BandCamp. I am no techie, but it seems to be a problem with BandCamp itself and not with us.
    This tech issue will prevent us from bringing you $5.00 Friday until it is resolved. I have submitted a help ticket but it hasn't been resolved yet.
    We wanted you to know what was going on and that we have not abandoned $5.00 Friday. I hope we see you with all resolved next week.

    Thank you."


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    Thanks, Tomás.

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    Thanks for your memories. The tech issue is resolved. $5.00 Friday lives again. See if you can figure out the reference to B.L.M. 20 years before there was a B.L.M. movement on this Friday's album!
    Steve F.

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    Another item I remember buying from Wayside music is Richard Leo Johnson's Fingertip Ship, after reading about him in Guitar Player, and then Steve got a stash, I think after the album had gone out of print. I seem to recall a blurb on the website saying it was going for much more in other places.

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    I do like that about wayside, when they'll find a box of out of print stuff

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