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    Miles Davis Quintet 1965-1968 disc three (basically the Nefertiti era stuff)
    back half of Frank Zappa and The Mothers Ahead Of Their Time (starting with King Kong)
    The Mothers Of Invention Burnt Weenie Sandwich

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    George Duke Illusions. It's not hard to see why Zappa hired him to play keys.
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    I heard Metallica...Re-Load this morning. I'm now listening to Robin Trower.....Twice Removed From Yesterday. What heavy album. Bluesy, heavy, trippy.

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    Today was fun

    XTC Oranges and Lemons
    TEMPLES - Volcano
    Kiss - Love Gun
    Iggy Pop - Free
    Djam Karet - Regernerator 3017
    Rush - Power Windows
    Rush - P/G
    Love - Da Capo
    The High Llamas- Beet, Maze, Corn

    More to follow

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    Absolutely Free
    We're Only in It for the Money
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    used lp shopped today, played side one, headphones
    Donovan - Donovan
    Donovan - Slow Down World
    Leggat ( ex A Foot In Cold Water) - Illuminations
    Robert Palmer - Clues
    Chris Spedding - Hurt
    Graham Parker and the Rumour - Parkerilla (2lp live)
    I remember tomorrow

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    Elleven -Transfiction (German neo)

    Weezer – same (blue album)

    Dusan Jevtovic – Am I Walking Wrong? (Rather heavy fusion. Good stuff)

    Freedom To Glide - Fall
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    .Cabezas de Cera - Live USA (NEARfest) + ...Un Segundo.
    .Steve Reich - Music for 18 Musicians.

    And thanks to the "Your favorites from SPAIN's" thread:

    .Vega - Andaluza.
    .Benito Lertxundi - Oro Laño Mee Batek.
    .Gotic - Escenes.
    .Orquestra Mirasol - Salsa Catalana.
    .Izukaitz - same.
    .Müsica Urbana - Música Urbana.
    .Máquina - Why?
    .Secta Sónica - Astroféria.
    .Goma - 14 de Abril.
    .Barcelona Traction - Barcelona Traction.
    .Triana - Sombra y Luz.


    Pura Vida!.

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    Today was 'Stadacone' by 'Sloche'. Been a while and I listened to their debut (In and Out) on Saturday, which I like a little better of the two, but Stadacone is also a cool listen.

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    Deep Purple "Purple Passages" vinyl rip.
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    The Wake - IQ
    Construction Of Light - King Crimson
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    Al Stewart-Modern Times

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    Mahler's 9th (Horenstein, Vienna Symphony)
    The Who: Face Dances

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    Steve Roach: Life Sequence
    Steve Roach: Dynamic Stillness
    Steve Roach/Vidna Obmana: Ascension Of Shadows

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    Been spinning some recently acquired stuff:


    David Borden - The continuing story of counterpoint
    A formal Horse - meat mallet
    Emma-Jean Thackray - Yellow
    Graham Costello - Second Lives

    Especially that Graham Costello record presses all the right buttons for me.

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    Cardiacs and Sea Nymphs

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    Quote Originally Posted by progholio View Post
    The High Llamas- Beet, Maze, Corn
    This is such a fascinating record - in many ways, it's the closest O'Hagan has ever got to the accoustic basis of the first Microdisney record - but replacing the garage synth sounds with lush strings & brass (the sonic texture is therefore different, but melodically, it's actually very similar).

    Of course, the vocals couldn't be more different!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    Emma-Jean Thackray - Yellow
    Graham Costello - Second Lives

    Especially that Graham Costello record presses all the right buttons for me.
    Totally agree about the Costello - it's really grown on me (initially, I was slightly disappointed in contrast with the more expansive predecessor, Obelisk - but I'm beginning to see them as exploring different potentialities of the STRATA band). Have you checked out his side project, AKU! ?

    Still finding my way with the Thackray...


    OT: Fergus McCreadie, Cairn
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    Two Rainbows Daily and DS Al Coda so far. An Incredible String Band fest is imminent to accompany Tim Moon's Track by Track book.

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    George Harrison-All Things Must Pass 50th Anniversary
    Kent Carter String Trio-Intersections
    Philip Jeck-Sand
    Rudiger Carl/Joel Grip/Sven-Ake Johansson-In Early November
    "please do not understand me too quickly"-andre gide

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    Power To Believe - King Crimson
    Lover's End - Moon Safari
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    Accidently all artists starting with a C
    Coloseum II - Electric savage
    Camel - The single factor
    Tracy Chapman - Crossroads

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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    This is such a fascinating record - in many ways, it's the closest O'Hagan has ever got to the accoustic basis of the first Microdisney record - but replacing the garage synth sounds with lush strings & brass (the sonic texture is therefore different, but melodically, it's actually very similar).

    Of course, the vocals couldn't be more different!!!
    Those first couple minutes of 'Beet, Maize & Corn' are sublime. I'm enjoying Sean's latest, 'Radum Calls' probably more than anything he's ever done. Also quite acoustic.

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    Forrest Fang: Ancient Machines
    Forrest Fang: The Fata Morgana Dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    Forrest Fang: Ancient Machines
    Forrest Fang: The Fata Morgana Dream
    Cool. I have world diary somewhere. I should look for it and play it. That's the only one I have by him though.
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