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    Iggy Pop- Soldier
    Zappa- zoot allures
    Adam and the ants- kings of the wild frontier
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    Yesterday:

    Masao Ohki - Symphony 5 'Hiroshima'/Japanese Rhapsody
    Arnold Bax - Symphony 7/Tintagel
    Leevi Madetoja - Symphony 3/Okon Fuoko Suite

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    Niedeckens Bap - Zeitreise / Live im Sartory CD 1 (Live-album where they play their 3th and 4th album and some other tracks that are from their first live-album. They don't play the songs in the order of the album, like for instance Kansas did, but well, Bap, or Niedeckens Bap is not a prog band)
    Gong - Gazeuse! (I prefer this Pierre Moerlen jazz-rock Gong over the earlier Gong)
    Anne Clark - Syneathesia CD 1 (not prog)
    Maschine - Mein Weg (Former frontman of Die Puhdys, who is still active even if he is 79 years old)
    Depeche Mode - Memento Mori

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    Marillion-Marbles (2 CD edition)
    Amira-Curious Objects (Klaus Gessing, Bjorn Meyer, Samuel Rohrer)
    "And this is the chorus.....or perhaps it's a bridge...."

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    RTF: Romantic Warrior
    Jason Lindner Ensemble: Premonition
    Nicholas Payton: Sonic Trance
    Peter Apfelbaum's Hieroglyphics Ensemble: Jodoji Brightness

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    Seaorm - Forgotten Shrines

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    Geddy Lee- My Favorite Headache
    Genesis- Foxtrot
    Gowan- Lost Botherhood

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    Since my last post:

    K'Mono - Mind out of Mind
    The Foundation - Mask
    Pink Floyd - The Division Bell
    Yes - Mirror to the Sky
    Episode - Into the Epicenter (on cassette tape!!!)
    Dream Theater - A Change of Seasons
    Agusa - Same
    Metallica - Master of Puppets
    Raven Sad - The Leaf and the wing
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    Quote Originally Posted by BravadoNJ View Post
    Geddy Lee- My Favorite Headache
    Genesis- Foxtrot
    Gowan- Lost Botherhood
    Speaking of cassette tapes I had that Gowan on tape a long time ago. I'll probably look for it again on cd at some point. That was a very good one (with Alex Lifeson on guitar!). That Geddy Lee isn't too bad either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    Episode - Into the Epicenter (on cassette tape!!!)
    Yowza! Is this the band with the rather challenging female vocals? If so, I have their CD, but didn't know there was a cassette. Nor do I want it! It's just funny that you listened to it.

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    Superior - Behind
    Chronicles of Father Robin - Book III - Magical Chronicle (Ascension)
    Van Der Graaf Generator - Sounds of the 70s Session 1971
    Supersister - Iskander
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Yowza! Is this the band with the rather challenging female vocals? If so, I have their CD, but didn't know there was a cassette. Nor do I want it! It's just funny that you listened to it.
    Into The Epicenter was never released on CD but their second (and final) full length album, Starlight Tales, was. I've heard other people say similiar things about the vocals but I've never really noticed and they never bothered me; in fact I rather like them (same thing with Epidaurus). Just about the only place you can find the tape that I bought(Into the Epicenter) is on discogs. Greg Walker has it on vinyl though. Anyway, yeah I just recently bought it. This is my third time owning the tape. I had the cd of Starlight Tales a long time ago but ITE is a bit better imo. Episode were around from the mid 80s to the mid 90s. It's too bad they broke up when they did (after they played Progfest in 94) since the "modern" era of prog was just starting to pick up around then.
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    Jack Bruce - Smiles & Grins box
    Possibly the start of a Jack Bruce binge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Man View Post
    Into The Epicenter was never released on CD but their second (and final) full length album, Starlight Tales, was. I've heard other people say similiar things about the vocals but I've never really noticed and they never bothered me; in fact I rather like them (same thing with Epidaurus). Just about the only place you can find the tape that I bought(Into the Epicenter) is on discogs. Greg Walker has it on vinyl though. Anyway, yeah I just recently bought it. This is my third time owning the tape. I had the cd of Starlight Tales a long time ago but ITE is a bit better imo. Episode were around from the mid 80s to the mid 90s. It's too bad they broke up when they did (after they played Progfest in 94) since the "modern" era of prog was just starting to pick up around then.
    I forgot they played ProgFest. I didn't realize you just bought it - sorry to put it down. Starlight Tales has some historical charm to me at this point, really. And her vocals aren't bad, though I do remember some negative comments in reviews, possibly reviews of their ProgFest performance itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    I forgot they played ProgFest. I didn't realize you just bought it - sorry to put it down. Starlight Tales has some historical charm to me at this point, really. And her vocals aren't bad, though I do remember some negative comments in reviews, possibly reviews of their ProgFest performance itself.

    So you only have Starlight Tales? Anyway, everyone is entitled to their opinion. If you don't like it you don't like it. I personally do but I will admit part of that is sentimental since they were probably the first really obscure prog band I heard of. The short version of the story is I attended a Yes convention in NJ in 1987 and there was a guy there with flyers for the band. I got on their mailing list and that led me to not just hearing their music but helping me to become aware of the underground prog scene. In their own small way they were important in helping to make prog relevant again in the US.
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    Kate Bush - The Red Shoes
    Rovescio della Medaglia - Contaminazione 2.0
    Agusa - Noir
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    Frank Zappa - The Mothers 1970 (Disk 1 - Trident Studios sessions)
    Gong - You
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    Enigmatic Sound Machines - The hierarchy of angels
    Black Klamath Skull - The Movie
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    Bruckner - Symphony 2
    Schoenberg - Chamber Symphonies/Verklarte Nacht
    Hindemith - Mathis der Maler/Symphonic Metamorphosis
    Sleepytime Gorilla Museum - of the Last Human Being

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    K'Mono -Mind out of Mind (in car yesterday)
    Asturias - Circle in the Forest
    PFM - Storia Di Un Minuto
    The Twenty Committee - The Cycle Undone
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    Gong - Shamal
    Gong - Gazeuse!
    Mirthrandir - For You The Old Women
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    Deep Purple - Fireball
    Dave Matthews Band - Crash
    Aqua Fragile - Mass Media Stars
    Daryl Hall - Sacred Songs
    Yes - Tales

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    Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado, Face The Music, On The Third Day, Time.

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