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    Arcana - The Last Wave







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    Earthless - Live at Roadburn







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    Wayne Shorter is awesome. I have a couple of his albums, Atlantis and High Life. The former is a little closer to his fusion work with Weather Report than the latter.

    Today I listened to October Project, a kind of goth, folk, adult contemporary outfit that has opened my eyes (or ears rather) to the mystic beauty of the contralto voice. Appropriate for fall.

    [yt]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bxrd_mL4BB8[/yt]


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    Mahalia could convert the most adamant atheist.



    And Barbara ain't no slouch.



    And Dylan... like the good Jewish boy that he was... tears the central story of Judaism apart with "God said to Abraham, "Kill me a son." Abe said to God, "You must be puttin' me on."



    And the Louvin Brothers? One of the greatest LP covers ever... and one of the greatest albums ever.

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    Recently discovered a band called Windy & Carl. The two albums of theirs I've listened (Drawing of Sound and Consciousness) to have both been great. Kind of like a mix of Eno, Fripp, My Bloody Valentine, Mogwai and La Monte Young.





    Other recent listenings:

    23 Skidoo


    DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo


    Mnemonists - Horde


    Nurse with Wound

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    Om - Conference of the Birds


    Sabu Orimo


    Lights in a Fat City


    SPK - Leichenschrei


    Volcano the Bear


    Syzygys

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    Toshi Ichiyanagi


    Tribes of Neurot


    Vibracathedral Orchestra - The Queen of Guess


    Violent Onsen Geisha


    Zero Kama

    (All the sounds on this record were created using human bones )

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    Martha doesn't signal when the orchestra comes in, she's just pursing her lips..

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    3 Fervent Travelers: Forget About It
    art is never finished, it is abandoned...

    http://www.weddingmusicproject.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by maestro267 View Post
    Now Playing: Octavarium by Dream Theater (24 minutes of sheer genius!)
    You legend, such a great song!

    I bought Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys on CD last Wednesday, I've listened to it every day since!
    I'm a fan of Classical Music who enjoys going on ebay.com!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argus View Post

    Zero Kama

    (All the sounds on this record were created using human bones )
    Argus, if you dont mind me asking, I am intrigued by where/how you stumble across all of this stuff you listen to? (I have certainly not heard of any of it in most cases!) .
    Do you work in a Record shop/Music library or borrow from another source? - anyways I am always impressed by just how eclectic your taste seems to be, not many folk like yourself around! .

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