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    Karakorum - Fables And Fairytales (2019)

    Their best cd so far.
    Even so ,The Deacon only cares for one of the three tracks:

    "Smeghood". Sounds like a totally different band. Here they are clearly doing a (novelty) take on Gentle Giant. Wot with the contrapuntal vocals. Also you RARELY hear a guitar solo which sounds of Gary Green.

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    The Camembert is great. At least it sounds good first time around. You probably know about this band, I think they're on the same label. Very enjoyable music but I can't help thinking that these bands are re-fashioning Canterbury style music.

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    Those bands on the Altrock label also remind me of the Rascal Reporters.



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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    Those bands on the Altrock label also remind me of the Rascal Reporters.

    More info, please. I lurv organ & Rascal Reporters.

    Please no youtube. (The Deacon is poor and on dial-up internet.)

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    Does this qualify? Julian Lage, Trevor Dunn etc I like it, Crimson-ish



    https://www.amazon.com/Salem-1692-Jo...=UTF8&qid=&sr=
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    ^^^
    My wife bought that one at a local store. There are also some interesting editions in the Book Of Angels series on Tzadik.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    ^^^
    My wife bought that one at a local store. There are also some interesting editions in the Book Of Angels series on Tzadik.
    Yeah, I have Tap, the one by Pat Metheny, who I'm not normally a fan of, but it's a good setting for his method...

    I have a couple by the Gnostic Quartet - I've always liked Kenny Wollesen - but that is definitely not of this genre..

    Zorn is heavy on the Ojai Festival program this week, If I wasn't busy with construction on my house I'd make an effort to be there... or I can just go 10 miles to hear Carla Bley tomorrow night, Sly & Robbie Monday night... I'm likely to do the latter if I can stay awake past 9... it's only $25
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    Vol 22 Adramelech is another good one. Somebody at the Hoffman forum did a Zorn thread with wiki links for all the volumes which is very helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon Moon View Post
    Camembert from the Alsace region of France.

    Niceley straddles multiple lines between fusion, prog, RIO, Zeuhl with a dose of Zappa thrown in.

    Deacon Beaker be hearing sections that distinctly remind of Mothers "Burnt Weenie Sandwich" instrumental (proggy) parts.

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    20090410_704561.jpg

    Just re-issued.
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    Quote Originally Posted by starthrower View Post
    20090410_704561.jpg

    Just re-issued.
    Sinclair. Orlroight!



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