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    Morton Subotnick: Silver Apples of the Moon
    Mahler: Symphony #1, Symphony #2, & Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen (Bruno Walter, NY Philharmonic)
    King Curtis: Live at the Fillmore West
    King Crimson: The Power to Believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    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.
    Man, I really need to revisit Beet, Maize & Corn. That was the first High Llamas CD I got, and it was probably not the best starting point for a newbie.

    Radum Calls is excellent. I've got that one on vinyl actually, and it's lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    Man, I really need to revisit Beet, Maize & Corn. That was the first High Llamas CD I got, and it was probably not the best starting point for a newbie.

    Radum Calls is excellent. I've got that one on vinyl actually, and it's lovely.
    The others, particularly earlier ones, are a bit more electronic, though similar compositionally. My personal favorite is 'Snowbug', I think, but Radum Calls I probably enjoy even more.

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    Leo Ornstein: Piano Quintet/String Quartet No.2 (Marc-Andre Hamelin & Pacifica Quartet)
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    Emerson Lake and Palmer from my gift from Chris
    Bach’s Greatest Hits

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    .Secret Oyster - Sea Son.
    .Ergo - Multitude, Solitude.
    .PAKT - Live in Pawling, July 22, 2021 + PAKT.
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    An Evening with P.D.Q. Bach
    Beethoven: Septet in E-Flat (Vienna Octet)
    Firesign Theatre: I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus
    Moody Blues: To Our Children's Children's Children
    Stephan Micus: Implosions
    Charles Lloyd: Love-In

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    Last night/today

    Electric orange - Platte
    Electric orange - Fleischwerk
    Electric orange - Vol. 10
    Webern/Boulez - Complete (DG)...first 2 discs
    Autechre - Sign
    Cardiacs - a bunch of random stuff

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    Otis Redding – The Definitive Soul Collection
    Pink Floyd - Relics
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    Bach: Art Of The Fugue / Helmut Walcha, organ
    Ornette Coleman: Beauty Is A Rare Thing - The Atlantic Recordings

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    Wendy Carlos - Switched on Bach (Switched on box - CD I)
    Stevie Wonder - Songs in the key of life
    Wings - Band on the run
    Magma - Kobaïa
    Last edited by Rarebird; 08-15-2021 at 04:30 PM.

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    Last couple of days (first two yesterday and four today)

    Queensryche – Empire
    XII Alfonso – Claude Monet vol. 1
    Flying Colors – same
    Andy Summers – Synasthesia
    Big Big Train – Folklore
    Genesis – We Can’t Dance
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    Stravinsky-Chamber music
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    William Parker Trio-Mayan Space Station
    Talk Talk-Spirit of Eden
    Yardbirds-Ultimate
    Ustad Amjad Ali Khan-Raga Bhairav
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    As usual a varied menu:
    Jetho Tull - A passion play (Steven Wilson remix) just arrived today
    Wings - Venus and Mars
    Magma - 1.001 centigrades
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    .Unifaun - Unifaun.
    I put this in my car's CD player just this past Saturday, and was listening to it again this morning. Still one of my faves.

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    Ronnie Dawson - Monkey Beat
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    Mdou Moctar - Afrique victim
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    Ske - Insolubilia
    Youssou N'Dour - Set

    Now playing : Electric Orange -Time Machine

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    Genesis - Extra Tracks (83-98 box) On The Shoreline, Do The Neurotic, Anything Now and Run Out of Time 4 of the finest songs they did during these 4 album sessions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill g View Post
    Genesis - Extra Tracks (83-98 box) On The Shoreline, Do The Neurotic, Anything Now and Run Out of Time 4 of the finest songs they did during these 4 album sessions.
    Those are excellent songs, and (along with "You Might Recall") all deserved to be on their respective albums IMO.

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    The Cure - Boys Don't Cry
    Biota- Object Holder
    John Antill - Corroboree/An Outback Overture
    Janacek - Taras Bulba/Lachian Dances/Moravian Dances
    Leevi Madetoja - Symphonies 1 and 2
    Stewart Copeland - Rumblefish soundtrack

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    Magma - Concert 1971 Bruxeles - Théâtre 140
    Wings- At the speed of sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    Mdou Moctar - Afrique victim
    Ergo - multitude, Solitude
    Ske - Insolubilia
    Youssou N'Dour - Set

    Now playing : Electric Orange -Time Machine
    Nice grooves! Acoustic Lemon

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