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    Joe King Carrasco - Synapse Gap (Mundo Total) - an album with an unusual/out of place guest on backing vocals on one track, Michael Jackson
    There's a name you don't hear much anymore. Well, maybe you do down in Texas, but I remember him being briefly popular on early MTV. Then I met someone in bootcamp, almost 10 years later, who was a fan. I told him I remember the video on MTV, where he's jumping into crowd, and this guy says, "Yeah, he had to stop doing that, because he did it one time, and the audience didn't catch him and he broke his leg". Then sometime within the last 15 or so years, I happened to find a copy of one of his early 80's albums, the one where he's on the cover with a Ted Newman guitar (checking Discogs, it looks like Party Weekend that I saw). Man, if I stil had a functioning record player, I'd have bought it.

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    Sun Ra: Nubians Of Plutonia
    Sun Ra: Angels And Demons At Play
    Sun Ra: We Travel The Spaceways
    Sun Ra: Bad And Beautiful

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    John Antill - Corroboree
    Kodaly - Orchestral Works
    The Cure - The Top

    Also, Leevi Madetoja's 1st Symphony.

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    Cream-Goodbye Tour Live 1968-Disc 4 Royal Albert Hall
    Rolling Stones-Goat's Head Soup
    Group Sounds Four & Five-Black & White Raga(Jack Bruce/Lyn Dobson/Jon Hiseman/Henry Lowther/Ken McCarthy/Ron Rubin)
    The Michael Giles MAD BAND with Keith Tippett-In The Moment
    Michael Moore Quartet-Neglige
    The New Amazing Chico Hamilton Quintet-Passin' Thru
    Bob Dylan-Highway 61 Revisited
    The Animals-Retrospective
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Cream-Goodbye Tour Live 1968-Disc 4 Royal Albert Hall
    I really prefer the 2. disc - the gig from Los Angeles Forum (October 19, 1968).
    The 3 live tracks from the ordinary Goodbye album came from this.

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    Jan Garbarek, Bobo Stenson Quartet-Dansere, ECM--nice autumnal album.
    Ahmed Abdul-Malik--Four Classic albums--new, still getting used to it. He plays a oud, multi-instrumentalist.
    Cal Tjader & Stan Getz--Sextet, good one
    Arvo Part--Litany

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitarGeek View Post
    There's a name you don't hear much anymore. Well, maybe you do down in Texas, but I remember him being briefly popular on early MTV. Then I met someone in bootcamp, almost 10 years later, who was a fan. I told him I remember the video on MTV, where he's jumping into crowd, and this guy says, "Yeah, he had to stop doing that, because he did it one time, and the audience didn't catch him and he broke his leg". Then sometime within the last 15 or so years, I happened to find a copy of one of his early 80's albums, the one where he's on the cover with a Ted Newman guitar (checking Discogs, it looks like Party Weekend that I saw). Man, if I stil had a functioning record player, I'd have bought it.
    I remember his MTV success as well, though I don't think he was ever going to be destined for big things. I saw him open for The Police in 1983 in Austin, and it was a blast (actually UB40 was on the bill too). Saw him in a few clubs and small venues as well over the years. He was always fun, and easy to chat with. I think he's living in Mexico nowadays for the most part, though I just looked on his website and he's actually doing some shows in England right now, surprisingly.

    I'm living near Philly nowadays, and I don't think he gets up this way very often.

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    Yes - The Quest
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    ^^ Me Too.
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    Brother Where You Bound? - Supertramp

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    Steven Wilson - Grace For Drowning
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    Supertramp - Crime Of The Century, Crisis What Crisis, and Even In The Quietest Moment
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    The Who-Live At The Fillmore 1968

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    Tiles - Pretending to Run


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    Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets
    Kaseke - Poletus / Sonum
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    Bance - S/T and Darwin
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    Bance - S/T and Darwin
    Banco?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    Banco?
    Yep!
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    Vaughan Williams - Job/Lark Ascending
    Messiaen - Illuminations of the Beyond
    Douglas Lilburn - The Three Symphonies
    Josef Suk - Summer's Tale/Winter's Tale

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    Wayne Shorter- Speak No Evil
    Bruford - One Of A Kind
    Roland Kirk - Jazz Masters 27 (compilation)
    'I would advise stilts for the quagmires"

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    Vaughan Williams - Symphonies 5 and 9
    Pehr Henrik Nordgren - Clarinet Concerto/Symphony no. 1
    Havergal Brian - For Valour/Dr. Merryheart/Symphonies 11 and 15
    Ludolf Nielsen - Symphony 3/Hjortholm
    Siegmund von Hausegger - Natursymphonie
    Vaughan Williams - Symphonies 7 and 8

    Also, Malcolm Arnold and Leonardo Balada's 4th Symphonies.

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    Cafe Del Mar -Volume 3
    The Muffins -Love Letter #1
    Alice Coltrane -Ptah the El Daoud
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