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    So far:

    Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds of Fire
    Mastermind - Angels of the Apocalypse (the fact that both bands start with an "m" is entirely coincidental)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    So far:

    Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds of Fire
    Mastermind - Angels of the Apocalypse (the fact that both bands start with an "m" is entirely coincidental)
    Yes, and the fact that both of the artists have an album with the word "Apocalypse" in the title is even more mind bending ironic!

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    Harry Partch: Delusion of the Fury
    Holst: The Planets (Stokowski)
    Max Neuhaus: Electronics & Percussion
    Anthony Braxton: Seven Compositions, 1978

    (Currently reading the Braxton bio/interview/tour document Forces in Motion, which is a great book.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunRunner2 View Post
    Yes, and the fact that both of the artists have an album with the word "Apocalypse" in the title is even more mind bending ironic!
    Yeah, but I don't have that one. The only other MO I currently have is the inner mounting flame which I should probably play again. I have heard of Apocalypse though. Isn't that the one with the other the top orchestration done by George Martin?
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    TRT - Allium: Una Storia
    Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
    Field Music - Flat White Moon
    Opus Science Collective - Girls on Bikes / Boys on Boards
    Bruford - One of a Kind
    PFM - Per un amico
    PFM - Storia di un minuto
    Ginger Root - Rikki

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    Yeah, but I don't have that one. The only other MO I currently have is the inner mounting flame which I should probably play again. I have heard of Apocalypse though. Isn't that the one with the other the top orchestration done by George Martin?
    I strongly recommend "Apocalypse" as it is my favorite Mahavishnu/McLaughlin album of all time. Some are put off by the orchestral aspect, but I view it as an outstanding coming together of Rock guitar and orchestra. Ponty is great on it as well. George Martin struck the right balance on this stellar release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Loved that one! It's been a while though. It's his most composed one (at least from the ones I have).

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    Haven't listened to Powers Of Ten in ages. I have that on CD.

    So far, today, I've listened to Henry Kaiser's Garden Of Memory, which is a four CD set, with each disc being over an hour (actually, it's a five disc set, but disc five was actually a reissue of a previous limited edition item, and being from an earlier recording date, I count it as a separate album).

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    Cardiacs - On Land And In The Sea
    Cardiacs - The Seaside
    The Watch - The Art Of Bleeding (reviewing)
    Judas Priest - Rocka Rolla
    Tony Banks - A Chord Too Far disc 4
    Arcadia - So Red The Rose
    Aki Rissanen - Divided Horizon (can't stop spinning it!)
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    Starcastle - s/t
    Wilco - Ode to Joy
    Le Orme - Verita Nascoste
    Neal Morse Band - Innocence & Danger
    Todd Rundgren's Utopia - s/t
    The Gasman - Voyage
    Yesterdays - Colours Caffe (10th Anniversary Edition)

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    Simple Minds - New Gold Dream (the very best remastered CD I own)...

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    Simple Minds - New Gold Dream (the very best remastered CD I own)...
    "Glittering Prize" is one of the best songs ever made, IMO. Truly one of my most favorite tracks by anyone.

    Was listening to Simple Minds in my car just a few days ago actually. Such a great band.

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    Yesterday, slightly overlapping into this morning:

    Hovhaness - Symphonies 1 and 50/Fantasy on Japanese Woodprints
    Kodaly - Concerto for Orchestra/Peacock Variations/Dance Suites
    Nordgren - Clarinet Concerto/Symphony no. 1
    Bryan Ferry - Mamouna
    The Cure - Boys Don't Cry
    Hovhaness - Mysterious Mountain and Lousadzak/Harrison - Symphony no. 2
    Schoenberg - 5 Pieces/Webern - 6 Pieces/Berg - Lulu Suite

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    Renaissance - A Song For All Seasons (first time in some 30 years)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    Renaissance - A Song For All Seasons (first time in some 30 years)
    Lovely album.
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