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    Debashish Bhattacharya-Hindustani Slide Guitar
    Silvius Leopold Weiss-Lute Music-Jakob Lindberg-lute
    Rene Lussier-Completement Marteau
    Steve Noble-Solo
    Tyshawn Sorey/Jen Curtis-Invisible Ritual
    The Stooges-Funhouse
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    Yesterday's playlist
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    Well, yesterday.

    Vaughan Williams - Symphonies 7 and 8
    The Cure - Boys Don't Cry
    Philip Glass - Symphonies 2 and 3
    +/- - You Are Here
    Black Sabbath - Technical Ecstasy
    Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

    Also some 10cc and Janacek pieces.

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    Ian Gillan Band - Clear Air Turbulence
    Fish - Weltschmerz ... tried again but just can't get on board with this one. Probably be a long time before I give it another shot.
    Affinity - Affinity (Esoteric 4-CD expanded & remastered boxed set) for review purposes. Terrific, but exhaustive in one sitting.
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    Happy the Man 3rd
    Happy the Man Crafty Hands
    Michael Franks Sleeping Gypsy
    Michael Franks Tiger in the Rain
    Robert Berry 3.2 Third Impression

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    The Spock's Beard Snow Live DVD.
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    Gianna Nannini - Dispetto
    Wim Mertens - Inescapable (CD 3)
    Hoelderlin - Live at Rockpalast 2005 (DVD)
    Manfred Mann - Radio days vol 1 - The Paul Jones era - Live at the BBC 64-66 (CD 2)
    Magma - Ëmëhhntëhtt-Ré
    Mike Oldfield - The orchestral Tubular bells

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    Rousseau - Retreat
    Eden Rose -On The Way To Eden (good French proto prog)
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    Zappa - Zoot Allures and The Yellow Shark
    Tears For Feats - Seeds Of Love (a recommendation from Steven Wilson)
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    The Church - Man Woman Life Death Infinity
    Big John Patton - Got a Good Thing Goin'
    Asia - Omega
    Los Lobos - Goes Disney

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    Mahavishnu Orchestra Visions of the Emerald Beyond
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    Transatlantic - The Absolute Universe (comfort prog)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    Tears For Fears - Seeds Of Love (a recommendation from Steven Wilson)
    My favorite Tears for Fears record. It took a few years to fully appreciate, but now I love every track and never skip any of them. It's such a lush, expansive listening experience. Meticulously crafted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    My favorite Tears for Fears record. It took a few years to fully appreciate, but now I love every track and never skip any of them. It's such a lush, expansive listening experience. Meticulously crafted.
    I've played a couple times. I saw a video with Stephen Wilson and he listed the TfF album as one of his favourites. I can tell that repeated listening will reveal more over time.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    I've played a couple times. I saw a video with Stephen Wilson and he listed the TfF album as one of his favourites. I can tell that repeated listening will reveal more over time.
    It definitely reveals its layers over time. "Swords and Knives" is a pretty incredible track. The production and arrangement on that one is epic.

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    Country Joe & the Fish: I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die (Electric Music... was last night)
    Robin Williamson's Merry Band: American Stonehenge
    Ornette Coleman: Free Jazz
    John Coltrane: Live at Birdland
    John & Alice Coltrane: Cosmic Music
    Terry Riley: A Rainbow in Curved Air

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    Forrest Fang: Animism
    Steve Roach: a sizeable chunk of Mystic Chords And Sacred Spaces discs 2 and 3
    Grateful Dead: 2/27/69, first set
    Grateful Dead 5/26/69 (the infamous 38 minute long Viola Lee Blues/Feedback/What's Become Of The Baby/We Bid Goodnight finale, reputedly the band's revenge for The Velvet Underground forcing them to play a short set the night before at the same venue).

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    Yes - Drama

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    My favorite Tears for Fears record. It took a few years to fully appreciate, but now I love every track and never skip any of them. It's such a lush, expansive listening experience. Meticulously crafted.
    Yes, I agree. Brian Wilson Said, from Elemental is my favorite Tears track, but Seeds of Love is their most consistent album overall, where every song is strong.

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    Yes - The Ladder. (1st time)
    Los Jaivas: El Volantín + La Ventana + Todos Juntos + El Indio + Alturas de Machu Picchu + Aconcagua.
    Osibisa - Osibisa + Woyaya.
    Supersilent - 6.
    The Worm Ouroboros - Endless way From You.
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    Rolling Stones: December's Children (And Everybody's)
    Rolling Stones: Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out
    Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers
    Rolling Stones: Their Satanic Majesties Request
    Rolling Stones: Some Girls
    Rolling Stones: Goats Head Soup

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    Stones - Five By Five EP, Beggar's Banquet
    Bowie - Diamond Dogs
    Rainbow - Bent Out Of Shape
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    Don Preston/Andrea Centazzo-Escape From 202021
    Marc Ribot-Marc Ribot Plays Solo Guitar Works of Frantz Casseus
    CHORD-CHORD IV(Nick Didkovsky and Tom Marsan on electric guitars)
    Pink Floyd-The Early Years 1970 Devi/Ation
    Julius Eastman-Three Extended Pieces For Four Pianos
    Rolling Stones-Aftermath
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    Deluge Grander - Lunarians (wow!)

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    Hawkwind - Electric Teepee
    Cipher - No Ordinary Man
    Porcupine Tree - House of Blues L.A. 2003
    The Cars - Move Like This

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    Donovan "Sunshine Superman" album.

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