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    Very much looking forward to this once it's released!!!




    Any chance to hear Davey Williams shred, let alone Cora is a gift!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroticdog View Post
    Any chance to hear Davey Williams shred, let alone Cora is a gift!
    Davey plays one of my very favorite of his solos right here on that one preview track, starting at 4:00. Listen in disbelief.
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    This one might be a thing for me upon its release. Always interested to hear what E# is up to.

    This teaser track slays!


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    Avant-binge of the week:

    Henry Cow : Legend (UK, 1973) *****
    Sarab : Arwah hurra - Ames libres (FR, 2021) ****
    Fred Frith : Accidental (UK, 2002) ***½
    Michel Edelin : Flutes Rencontre (FR, 1980) ****-
    Art Zoyd : Phase IV (FR, 1982) ****
    Chris Cutler & Zeena Parkins : Shark! (UK/US) ***
    Manna/Mirage : Blue Dogs (US, 2015) ****+
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    Binge of the last few weeks:

    Cheer-Accident : Fades (US, 2018) *****
    5uu's : Regarding Purgatories (US, 2000)
    The Mothers of Invention : Burnt Weeny Sandwich (US, 1970) ***+
    Lindsay Cooper : The Gold Diggers (UK, 1983) ****+
    5uu's : The Quiet in Your Bones (US, 2022) ****+
    Fred Frith : Cheap At Half The Price (UK, 1983) ****+
    Eskaton : Fiction (FR, 1983) ****+
    October Equus : Noches blancas, luces rojas (ES, 2022) ****+
    Art Zoyd : Les Espaces Inquiets (FR, 1983) ***½
    Henry Cow : Western Culture (UK, 1979) *****

    Noches blancas, luces rojas and Regarding Purgatories are new purchases.
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    Released today

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Released today

    bought it already Ian...
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    Same here
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    Gordon Haskell - "You've got to keep the groove in your head and play a load of bollocks instead"
    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Same here
    Something about West Country bands...my nephew lives in Bristol and he is a musician too, but...Schnauser are too weird for him. I'm loving what I'm hearing, what a surprise...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Released today

    Good stuff! Thanks for posting it..
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    ^ Schnauser are refined, deep and sometimes severely sophisticated, yet also easy-going, fun, uplifting and often outright "poppy". Indeed perhaps even too straight for the hardline experimentalists still also too odd to be dug by that apparently non-existant "prog commoner". I dunno.

    I think more people would enjoy them if exposed to their entire output, which is musically quite varied and eclectic. There's the Canterburian feel, but also nods to cerebral post-punk (XTC, Prefab Sprout, The Psychedelic Furs) and 90s neo-psych revival artists such as Sons of Selina and Gorky's Zygotic Mynci.

    The Sound of Meat (debut title) and especially those self-issued CD-rs aren't exactly abundant to come by, not least now that CDs overall are considered scrap by many.

    Solid band for sure.
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    New platter from Deadly Orgone Radiation (Alex Ward / James Sedwards / Weasel Walter):



    Medium heaviosity.
    “your ognna pay pay with my wrath of ballbat”

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    My binge of the last few weeks:

    Bubblemath : Edit Peptide (US, 2017) ***+
    News From Babel : Letters Home (UK, 1986) ****+
    Jack O' The Clock : All My Friends (US, 2013) ****+
    Sotos : Platypus (FR, 2002)
    News From Babel : Work Resumed On The Tower (UK, 1984) ****½
    Black Midi : Hellfire (UK, 2022) ****+
    Angles : A Muted Reality (SE, 2022) ****+
    Scott Walker : Tilt (UK, 1995) *****

    I just today got the latest Bubblemath album Turf Ascension but haven't listened to it yet. I hope I like it more than Edit Peptide that never has really clicked with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post
    New platter from Deadly Orgone Radiation (Alex Ward / James Sedwards / Weasel Walter):



    Medium heaviosity.
    Bought this week, really like this stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    My binge of the last few weeks:

    Bubblemath : Edit Peptide (US, 2017) ***+
    News From Babel : Letters Home (UK, 1986) ****+
    Jack O' The Clock : All My Friends (US, 2013) ****+
    Sotos : Platypus (FR, 2002)
    News From Babel : Work Resumed On The Tower (UK, 1984) ****½
    Black Midi : Hellfire (UK, 2022) ****+
    Angles : A Muted Reality (SE, 2022) ****+
    Scott Walker : Tilt (UK, 1995) *****
    Question about the first News From Babel album; is the name officially Work Resumed On The Tower or longer Sirens And Silences / Work Resumed On The Tower?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    Question about the first News From Babel album; is the name officially Work Resumed On The Tower or longer Sirens And Silences / Work Resumed On The Tower?
    Apparently it is the latter, at least now. On the original LP, the only title on the cover was Work Resumed on the Tower, which appeared on the back cover only. (There was no printed spine.) I always took that to be the overall album title, but it was apparently meant to apply to side two. The labels bore the individual side titles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Triscuits View Post
    Apparently it is the latter, at least now. On the original LP, the only title on the cover was Work Resumed on the Tower, which appeared on the back cover only. (There was no printed spine.) I always took that to be the overall album title, but it was apparently meant to apply to side two. The labels bore the individual side titles.
    Thanks! That sounds reasonable.
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    This week's binge:

    Wadada Leo Smith's Great Lakes Quartet: Diamond Symphony (US, 2022)
    One Shot : À James (FR, 2022)
    György Ligeti : Le Grand Macabre (HU, 1999)
    2017) ****-
    Black Midi : Hellfire (UK, 2022) ****+
    György Ligeti : Chamber Music (HU, 1998) ****
    Black Midi: Cavalcade (UK, 2021) ****½
    Skeleton Crew : Learn To Talk (UK/US, 1984) ****+
    Camberwell Now : The Ghost Trade (UK, 1986) ****
    Magma: Eskähl 2020: Bordeaux - Toulouse - Perpignan (FR, 2021)
    The (EC) Nudes: Vanishing Point (UK, 1994)
    Fred Frith*&*François-Michel Pesenti: Helter Skelter (UK/FR, 1993) ***½
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrimso View Post
    Scott Walker : Tilt (UK, 1995) *****
    Oh yeah....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkpie View Post
    Oh yeah....
    My favourite Walker album!
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