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    Tonight I've been listening to the following/will be listening to:

    Devin Townsend - Ziltoid The Omniscient (possibly my favourite prog metal album of ALL time!)
    Devin Townsend - Ocean Machine (a highly sentimental album for me, a tearjerker)
    John Zorn's first Naked City album (still a favourite among his non-classical music!)
    Strapping Young Lad - Alien (yes it's heavy, but it pales in comparison to Penderecki, Xenakis or Varese)
    John Zorn's Radio, the second Naked City album. (I've gotten so much enjoyment out of this one!)
    Then end it off with Kind Of Blue by Miles Davis! (one of those things that makes me desperately wish I could afford a saxophone)


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    Default The Stranglers: La folie (1981)



    The Stranglers: La folie (1981)

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    I adore this wonderful set! Includes an all instrumental version of Lumpy Gravy without the dialogue. An alternate mix of the dialogue version, and two versions of the We're Only In It For The Money album. Plus a third disc of unreleased music from both album sessions, and a beautiful booklet.
    Last edited by starthrower; Jun-16-2016 at 23:09.

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    Two songs from Nick Cave's Abattoir Blues:

    Hiding all away



    and Abattoir Blues


    The album is a mixture of very powerful upbeat and steady bluesrock and ballads with beautifully instrumentation. And then there's always something very attractive in the coloration of his 'gospel choirs'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post




    I adore this wonderful set! Includes an all instrumental version of Lumpy Gravy without the dialogue. An alternate mix of the dialogue version, and two versions of the We're Only In It For The Money album. Plus a third disc of unreleased music from both album sessions, and a beautiful booklet.



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    Reverend Shine Snakeoil Company - In Case We Don't Die filmed at W2 in the Dutch city of 's Hertogenbosch.
    I was there, it was a great concert by the best blues voice and performer of today Claudius Pratt also known as Angeryman. Blues in a peculiar way that is. It's also gospel, african polyrhythms, neopunk and soapbox music.


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    BILL EVANS
    Compositions of Bill Evans
    Paul Motian - drums
    Bill Frisell - guitar
    Joe Lovano - guitar
    Mark Johnson - bass

    Winter & Winter Music Edition
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    AMERICAN DREAMS
    Charlie Haden - double-bass
    Michael Brecker - tenor saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Brian Blade - drums

    Verve
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    Still into Vernon Reid here. Listened to the solo here in half tempo, to try to figure out what was going on and: it's atonal, got delay and makes me confused! The song starts at about 3 minutes and has a solo that is out of this world :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmsummer View Post


    AMERICAN DREAMS
    Charlie Haden - double-bass
    Michael Brecker - tenor saxophone
    Brad Mehldau - piano
    Brian Blade - drums

    Verve
    I have that one too. It's on the soft side, in my experience it requires close listening and a certain mood to appreciate it.

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    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    More Bill...



    8 hours of Bill to be precise

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    Chick Corea - Solo Piano - Portraits (2014)
    The universe is made up of protons, neutrons, electrons and morons.

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    TARPAN SEASONS
    Solveig Slettahjell
    Slow Motion Orchestra

    Jazzland
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