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    Raiding the India Archive label again. Individual titles are sometimes discounted and they aren't on Spotify... very trad but the performers are the real deal...








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    Culling from Enlightenment reissues - adding to the Cal Tjader - so far all sides have excellent sound... the Hawes session with LeFaro and Hall is worth the price alone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by philoctetes View Post
    Culling from Enlightenment reissues - adding to the Cal Tjader - so far all sides have excellent sound... the Hawes session with LeFaro and Hall is worth the price alone...

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    Those public domain labels are kinda iffy. I bought a Clark Terry CD on the Avid label and it sounded pretty bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Those public domain labels are kinda iffy. I bought a Clark Terry CD on the Avid label and it sounded pretty bad.
    Agreed, I avoid the House of Jazz "Kind of" artist series after trying the Lester Young... but Enlightenment seems to be getting decent reviews and I've had good luck so far. Amoeba also carries them so that adds a little clout in my mind... a common complaint is that some tracks are missing so they are not "complete" as stated but they are packed to capacity... and some track names may be wrong or out of order... I buy them to rip and listen to in my truck and they are great for that...
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    From Presto Classical's ECM sale:

    Eberhard Weber: Ring
    Jan Garbarek: Africa Pepperbird
    Ralph Towner's Solstice: Sounds & Shadows
    Rainer Bruninghaus: Freigeweht
    Abercrombie/Johnson/Erskine
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    Together w/ Elvin Jones 1976



    Violin w/ Zbigniew Seifert 1978



    Our First Record (1970) recorded before they were signed to Vanguard Records



    Picked up these Oregon titles re-issued on Wounded Bird Records
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    Nice, second hand .
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    Adding to my Miles on MFSL collection:

    Kind of Blue
    Miles Smiles
    Porgy and Bess

    I already have the Sony SACDs of the first two, but I generally prefer the mastering and mixes of MFSL. I wish they would release Miles Ahead.

    To get free shipping I ordered the MFSL of The Last Waltz as well.

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    Steeleye Span - Commoners Crown
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post


    Steeleye Span - Commoners Crown
    Three super songs on that album in my humble opinion - Long Lankin, Elf Call & New York Girls the rest of the album is also excellent but those three have a special place in my youth.

    Edit - I shouldn't have forgotten Demon Lover. But 'Now We Are Six' is possibly a finer album, but if you like Steeleye Span you probably have it already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malx View Post
    Three super songs on that album in my humble opinion - Long Lankin, Elf Call & New York Girls the rest of the album is also excellent but those three have a special place in my youth.

    Edit - I shouldn't have forgotten Demon Lover. But 'Now We Are Six' is possibly a finer album, but if you like Steeleye Span you probably have it already.
    I actually posted this in the wrong thread. It was meant for the non-classical listening. I have this album as part of the Parcel Of Steeleye Span box. In fact I have both volumes totaling 11 albums.
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    Jethro Tull - Stormwatch 40th Anniversary Edition.
    4 CDs studio/Live, 2 Audio DVDs with stereo and surround mixes.
    Original album re-mixed by Steve Wilson

    I read some positive feedback from listeners so I bought a copy.
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    New solo release by Michael Sweet (frontman for Stryper):


    TRACK LISTING

    01 Better Part of Me (featuring Jeff Loomis of Arch Enemy)

    02 Lay It Down (featuring Marzi Montazeri)

    03 Forget, Forgive (featuring Howie Simon)

    04 Now Or Never (featuring Gus G of Firewind)

    05 Ten featuring (Rich Ward of Fozzy)

    06 Shine (featuring Ethan Brosh)

    07 Let It Be Love

    08 Never Alone (featuring Joel Hoekstra of Whitesnake)

    09 When Love Is Hated (featuring Joel Hoekstra of Whitesnake)

    10 Ricochet (featuring Tracii Guns of LA Guns)

    BONUS TRACKS

    11 With You Till The End (featuring Mike Kerr and Ian Raposa from Firstbourne)

    12 Son Of Man (featuring Todd La Torre of Queensryche and Andy James)
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