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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Snarky Puppy - The Only Constant (my first taste of them)


    Don’t miss We Like It Here. That’s my favorite from them, and I was fortunate enough to buy a copy on vinyl and get the band to autograph it when I saw them a few years ago.
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    Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark-Solo
    Steve Smith-Cause and Effect
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    Johnny Winter - Same
    Chris Whitley - Terra Incognita

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    I've started the day with a Real Ibiza chiillout compilation - first mixed one in fact - good soundtrack for a bit of yoga. There's quite an art to those compilations.
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    ^^^^

    Like the various Chill Out collections that I purchased in pretty large numbers back in the 1998-2012 time frame. Some really great sounds and interesting instrumentation on those collections. Definitely not music to snooze by or for background listening purposes.

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    My workout music for today:

    The Tea Club - If / When
    Joe Satriani - The Elephants Of Mars

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    R-U Kaiser - Desde La Oscuridad

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    Some avant/ avant jazz/rio stuff that I bought for a budget price on wayside quite a while ago:

    NDI - Airback
    PFS - 279 (post Cartoon band)
    Guigou Chenevier - Les Rumeurs de la ville
    Kombinat M - Hybrid Beat
    Curlew - Fabulous Drop (the last two are from today and the ones before it I listened to yesterday)


    Non avant and not even close and all from yesterday or the day before:

    Multi Story - Crimson Stone (Tues)
    Carptree - Man Made Machine (Weds)
    Ian Anderson - Homo Erraticus (Weds)
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    The Idle Race - BBC Sessions
    Mungo Jerry - Mungo Jerry (In 1970, when this album came out, the rock newspaper Fusion gave it a two-word review, "Catchy junk." I love catchy junk.)
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    On vinyl today was:

    Thundercat -- It is What It Is
    Camper Van Beethoven -- New Roman Times
    Chris Squire -- Fish Out of Water
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    Floyd - Wish You Were Here
    Genesis - Lamb live (Archives I)
    Popol Vuh - Hosianna Mantra
    Copland - Short Symphony (Orpheus)

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    Workout albums today:

    Tommy Womack - I Thought I Was Fine
    Joe Walsh - But Seriously Folks.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    Joe Walsh - But Seriously Folks.....
    That's a good one! I have to play it again. "Ut oh...here comes another pack of wah wahs." Apparently that refers to a wah wah pedal. Also, theme from boat weirdos is a good instrumental and a bit proggish imo. Of course LBGTM is one I never get tired of no matter how much I hear it.
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    Devo - Something for Everybody
    Desmond Dekker and the Specials - King of Kings
    The Real McKenzies - Loch'd and Loaded
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    Today so far:

    ELP - Pirates
    America - America (Not feeling very patriotic today, but anyway…) I never knew George Martin was involved on this album!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post


    Don’t miss We Like It Here. That’s my favorite from them, and I was fortunate enough to buy a copy on vinyl and get the band to autograph it when I saw them a few years ago.
    The first album definitely didn’t sound like I expected from the band name! I was imagining something much…snarkier! But I was pleasantly surprised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    That's a good one! I have to play it again. "Ut oh...here comes another pack of wah wahs." Apparently that refers to a wah wah pedal. Also, theme from boat weirdos is a good instrumental and a bit proggish imo. Of course LBGTM is one I never get tired of no matter how much I hear it.
    I have been on a bit of a Walsh kick of late. "Seriously" is one of his best IMO.

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    Yesterday:

    Henry Cowell - Variations for Orchestra/Symphonies 7 and 16
    Voivod - Nothingface
    Crime in Choir - Trumpery Metier
    Voivod - Synchro Anarchy
    Deerhoof - Friend Opportunity
    Deerhoof - Milk Man

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    Second Life Syndrome - Riverside
    Subterra - Sombras de Invierno

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    Le Orme - Elementi
    IQ - Subterranea Live
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