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    one of the very best
    I usually don't post full albums but this was uploaded by the band

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...xuCksfJzhbDhr4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    one of the very best
    I usually don't post full albums but this was uploaded by the band

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...xuCksfJzhbDhr4
    Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    And there's that new Yes album out now.


    Would the new Anna Meredith album, Fibs, count? I've been enjoying the heck out of that one.

    (Actually, I'm liking the new Yes tunes also.)

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    I Just saw In Love With play their whole new album Coitus Interruptus in Helsinki. What a stunning gig! Sylvain Darrifourcq is amazing and very entertaining drummer! On of the best I have ever seen play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    I Just saw In Love With play their whole new album Coitus Interruptus on Helsinki. What a stunning gig! Sylvain Darrifourcq is amazing and very entertaining drummer! On of the best I have ever seen play.
    I would really love to see them play! Congratulations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post
    I would really love to see them play! Congratulations.
    Yeah, I had kind of high expectations about the concert but it exceeded them vastly! Just wonderful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    I Just saw In Love With play their whole new album
    I hate you man! I am really jealous of you.

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    Hello Folks... and for Udi ~

    Thanks for the suggestion of Caveman Shoestore! Listened a bit and had the 'hmmmmmmm' going. A little further research has Elaine DeFalco in association also. Will be exploring further!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    I Just saw In Love With play their whole new album Coitus Interruptus in Helsinki. What a stunning gig! Sylvain Darrifourcq is amazing and very entertaining drummer! On of the best I have ever seen play.
    When they played RIO they were stunning, I was sitting at the back trying to doze when they started up, I immediately went right down the front and sat on the floor in front of the drummer. Didn't move from there the whole gig. Amazing stuff.
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    For some strange reason, I have been binging on Swedish stuff in the last few days, and saw this thread posted, I was going through some oldies.
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    Hasse Bruniusson - Flying Food Circus - what a great cd

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    Them Flying Luttenbachers are putting out ANOTHER new album:

    https://theflyingluttenbachers.bandc...imminent-death

    as if one helping of their saccharine balladry and feeble attempts to ingratiate themselves with the Neal Morse fanbase was not enough for 2019.

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    I liked the sample of this one a lot.
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    Sounds like a winner. I noticed it was recorded, appropriately enough at "Seizures Palace" LOL!

    Oh and that Caveman Shoestore is GREAT stuff, thanks Udi.
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    I liked the sample of this one a lot.
    Yeah, it’s sounding great. Autobuy for me anyway.

    Henry Kaiser in the band this time too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    one of the very best
    I usually don't post full albums but this was uploaded by the band

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...xuCksfJzhbDhr4
    Hell yeah - I have all their stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winkersnufs View Post
    Thanks for the suggestion of Caveman Shoestore! Listened a bit and had the 'hmmmmmmm' going. A little further research has Elaine DeFalco in association also. Will be exploring further!
    They also formed a temporary band with Hugh Hopper named Hughscore; if you enjoyed Supermarket you're likely to worship at the altar of Hughscore's Delta Flora, which was released by Cuneiform in 1999. One of the best albums overall that year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    They also formed a temporary band with Hugh Hopper named Hughscore; if you enjoyed Supermarket you're likely to worship at the altar of Hughscore's Delta Flora, which was released by Cuneiform in 1999. One of the best albums overall that year.
    Delta Flora is excellent!
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    I have been recently exploring all the project related to In Love With. Best I have so far heard is violin player Théo Ceccaldi's band FREAKS and especially album Amanda Dakota (2018). It is just brilliant! Like jazzier version of PoiL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    I have been recently exploring all the project related to In Love With. Best I have so far heard is violin player Théo Ceccaldi's band FREAKS and especially album Amanda Dakota (2018). It is just brilliant! Like jazzier version of PoiL.
    When I googled them I saw they had a gig in the Netherlands just a couple of weeks ago. https://www.bimhuis.nl/agenda/theo-ceccaldi-freaks-2/

    So now you tell me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    When I googled them I saw they had a gig in the Netherlands just a couple of weeks ago. https://www.bimhuis.nl/agenda/theo-ceccaldi-freaks-2/

    So now you tell me!
    Ouch! I am sure they are killing it live.
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    Mamma Non Piangere No. 3, from 2017 and on the last batch of AltrOck releases. I never heard their second album, but the first one (from '77 I believe) is good and this one even better. I'm not in the clear as to whether these are new songs or old ones recorded anew, either way it's intensely colourful, satirical (mostly) vocal-based avant-progressive leaning towards some of Picchio dal Pozzo's work, or to unheralded Italian 70s brethren Gramigna or the much-missed 2000s act Garamond. Quite intricate and facceted. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this, as I've become a bit dry on Italian these last few years.

    There's also the recent release by Allegri Leprotti (which apparently didn't make it into the AltrOck fold before the label folded, and consequently issued their record on Maracash), not totally unlike Mamma but more on the overt 'serious' end of things as opposed to the farce-like vibe of Mamma. Good stough from Italy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    I have been recently exploring all the project related to In Love With. Best I have so far heard is violin player Théo Ceccaldi's band FREAKS and especially album Amanda Dakota (2018). It is just brilliant! Like jazzier version of PoiL.
    Where did you get this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotum Scissor View Post
    They also formed a temporary band with Hugh Hopper named Hughscore; if you enjoyed Supermarket you're likely to worship at the altar of Hughscore's Delta Flora, which was released by Cuneiform in 1999. One of the best albums overall that year.
    Actually, a candidate for the best thing that Cuneiform has ever released. The coda on Based On is one of my life’s defining musical moments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Where did you get this?
    I listened it from evil Spotify and then I ordered the CD from evil Amazon.
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