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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Hatfield And The North - Hatwise Choice vol. 1 (original pressing!)
    Wilderun - Epigone
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    What'd ya think?
    Hatwise Choice is better than I expected. A reason I'd spent so little time with it previously is that I thought it would be a "bottom of the barrel" experience, small scraps of music along with floor sweepings, etc. But I hadn't realized or remembered that it contains a lot of BBC sessions and alternate versions of existing songs, so it's a much better listen than I was anticipating. I'm assuming volume 2 is similar.

    I'm surprised they didn't just release a Hatfield at the BBC set and have done with it. But I have yet to read the booklet! Hatfield's booklets are always such a fun read (especially that larger booklet that's sold separately - I love that and have read it a few times!). I expect the booklets included with these releases to be equally entertaining, and to answer whatever questions I might have about the contents.

    The new Wilderun album? It's very good - I'd already listened to it a couple of times on Spotify, but I wanted to get a physical copy. A copy of the first album is ordered, but Amazon needs to restock before they can ship it. I'm a bit worried they won't be able to get any because Nuclear Blast is probably issuing the CD with their own imprimatur.
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    This Winter Machine - Kites
    Antony Kalugin - Stellar Gardener
    National Health - Missing Pieces
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    Mount Rushmore - High On Mount Rushmore. This is a reason why you shouldn't by an album based solely on the cover when you are 14 years old in 1968.
    Mount Rushmore - 69. Figured when I was 15, if I have the first I might as well get the second. Much better than the first. Too bad they didn't stick around for a third; it might have been really good.
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    Shakti: A Handful Of Beauty
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    Moving Gelatine Plates - The World of Genius Hans
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    Last couple days:

    Elbow - Flying Dream 1
    Elbow - Cast of Thosands
    Douglas Lilburn - Orchestral Music
    31Knots - Worried Well
    Sibelius - Lemminkainen/Wood Nymph
    Shostakovich - Chamber Symphonies
    Malcolm Arnold - Symphonies 5 and 6
    Cathedral - The Guessing Game
    Cathedral - Carnival Bizarre

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    Oliver Nelson – Swiss Suite (1973)
    Also I'm listening now background music on MaxKoMusic. There are so many genres on every taste and I can use this music for non commercial videos.It is high quality music, which is suitable for video background and for general listening. I use it for my YouTube videos too.
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    Soft Machine- Volume Two
    Soft Machine- Third

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    So far:

    Ozric Tentacles - Waterfall Cities
    Curved Air - Air Cut
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    Ensemble Modern Greggery Peccary & Other Persuasions
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    Quote Originally Posted by TCC View Post
    Mainhorse - Mainhorse
    Refugee - Refugee
    Supersister - Present From Nancy + Pudding En Gisteren
    Maneige - Les porches + Ni vent… Ni nouvelle
    That's some proggy goodness right there! I just scored an original vinyl copy of Les Porches the other day; still looking for Ni Vent, which is my favorite.
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    Jerome Cooper Quintet: Outer and Interactions
    Happy the Man: Happy the Man
    Santana: Santana (3)
    After Dinner: Editions
    Revolutionary Ensemble: Vietnam
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Triscuits View Post
    That's some proggy goodness right there! I just scored an original vinyl copy of Les Porches the other day; still looking for Ni Vent, which is my favorite.
    Nice!!
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    Allman Brothers Band - At Fillmore East + Eat a Peach
    Gabriel Zucker - Leftover Beats from The Edges of Time (Thanks to my good Zappathustra for the recommendation from the "Best (or new) of 2021" thread ... G R E A T album/musics!! )


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    Ajalon - On the Threshold of Eternity
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    Gryphon: Crossing The Styles - Transatlantic Anthology
    Trilok Gurtu: God Is A Drummer
    Sun Ra: Super-Sonic Jazz
    Sun Ra: Angels and Demons at Play / The Nubians of Plutonia

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    Wim Mertens - Instrumental songs (musique à une voix) (played by Dirk Descheemaeker)
    Silly - Instandbesetzt
    Anathema - Alternative 4

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    Yes - The Ladder
    Simon & Garfunkel - Live from NYC 1967
    John Scofield - Piety Street
    Mick Karn - Three Part Species

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    Dewa Budjana - Dawai in Paradise
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggie87 View Post
    Mick Karn - Three Part Species
    I played his last one, The Concrete Twin, just the other week!

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    Fripp & Eno - Evening Star

    Long time since I last heard it. An Index of Metals was much better than I remembered.

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    Jon Hassell: Vernal Equinox
    Alvin Curran: Canti e Vedute del Giardino Magnetico
    Gentle Giant: In a Glass House
    Henry Cow: Leg End
    Joseph Celli: Organic Oboe
    Celebrating one year of the legendary RATS' ALLEY on CD and LP
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    Opeth - Sorceress
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeuhlmate View Post
    Fripp & Eno - Evening Star

    Long time since I last heard it. An Index of Metals was much better than I remembered.
    Agreed; "Index" was as good as Fripp & Eno got, in my opinion. Brilliant stuff.

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