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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


I never really paid attention to Rain Dances but perhaps I should. Felt very Canterburian during certain cuts.
Been spinning Il Corponauta a lot lately. I dig the fact that Fabio didn’t overproduce this debut of theirs.
Don't forget to check out Breathless, their most Canterburian track is there Wink
I wonder what you'd think of the new one from La Coscienza di Zeno, it's more similar to the debut, not crowded with overdubs but it's very classy Smile


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Transnadežnost' - Monomyth
La Coscienza di Zeno - Una Vita Migliore
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Genesis - Selling England by The Pound (3x)

Jazz fusion all day, baby.
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Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Haelos - Full Circle
DakhaBrakha - The Road (Ukrainian progressive folk)
Iona - Open Sky
BOC - Agents of Fortune (a perfect and saucy little album)

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Voivod - The Wake
Warrel Dane - Shadow Work
Mob Rules - Beast Reborn
Freak Kitchen - Confusion To The Enemy
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Yesterday:
Needlepoint - The Diary of Robert Reverie (folks who dig early Softs n Caravan should hunt this down asap)
COS - Babel
Caravan - s/t
Rivendel - Sisyfos
Avantdale Bowling Club - s/t
Björn J:Son Lindh - Cous Cous
All Traps On Earth - A Drop Of Light
Neil Young - After the Gold Rush
Anna von Hausswolff - Dead Magic
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Cool, I have to check out Tommy James tomorrow

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Guerilla Toss | GT Ultra
Zappa | YCDTOSA 1 (I’m starting to ramp up my daughter’s exposure to Zappa. She’s 13, I think she’s ready. Been pushing “Yellow Snow” into her occasional diet)
Zappa | 200 Motels Suites (BBC Concert 2013, audio on Youtube)
Esmectatons | Coup d’Etat
Tommy James & the Shondells | Crimson and Clover
Thrilled Skinny | It’s a Good Doss
Plastic Bertrand | Grands Succes - Greatest Hits
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I'm having a ton of fun avoid prog too. Nothing to be ashamed of.

Cherry Glazerr is awesome and way more fun than Snail Mail.  Have you guys seen the promo video for "Nuclear Bomb?"  LOL  And if you enjoy that one, "Told you I'd be with the guys" is a cool track too. 

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It's trash day in my neck of the woods...

Stacey Q - Better Than Heaven (1986): I've been looking for something like this. Craptastic trash of the highest order, "Two of Hearts" is the smash, but who cares when we got something like "Music Out of Bounds" to enjoy. An ode to non-conformity overlaying some of the ditziest, vapid 80's pop-music ever conceived by man, woman and beast. A poopalicious joy, much like the rest of this neon time-capsule. No ballads either!

CeCe Peniston - Finally (1992): It could be worse, her name could be Coochie McScrotum. Her voice is a gem though, lots of soul gracing these songs that bring out the early 90's like no-ones business. Lots of house-dancy stuff, plus some new jack swing and slow jams. Everyone and their penis stones have heard the title track, but I dig some of the others too, especially when she pulls it in for some lower register octaves.

I should be getting the prog bug again soon, but I'm having too much fun TBH. I'm itching for some Lisa Stansfield now.
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Paradise Lost - The Plague Within
Paint the Sky Red - Not All Who Wonder are Lost
Aurora - Infections of a Different Kind (part 1)

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Damn...yeah sorry about that. I can’t seem to remember anything these days

I never really paid attention to Rain Dances but perhaps I should. Felt very Canterburian during certain cuts.
Been spinning Il Corponauta a lot lately. I dig the fact that Fabio didn’t overproduce this debut of theirs.

Yesterday:
All Traps On Earth - A Drop Of Light
Rivendel - Sisyfos
Needlepoint - The Diary Of Robert Reverie
Far Corner - Risk
Go March - ll
Jacco Gardner - Hypnophobia
Ángel Ontalva & Vespero - Carta Marina
Galasphere 347 - s/t
Methexis - Topos

Definitely some possible AOTY candidates amongst this lot...most notably Sisyfos and Robert Reverie.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Astrodome? I’m fairly certain I remember the name but haven’t checked them out. On the lost it goes!
I am looking forward to a weekend of streaming whatever prague releases from 18 that I missed over the year
I told you about it, great instrumental Psych, mastered by Jonas Munk Wink
 

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Camel - Rain Dances (hello! why haven’t I paid attention to you?)

Il Paradiso degli Orchi - Il Corponauta (something about this release that I really dig - it is something that crystalises on the two ending tracks but rather omnipresent throughout...although the vocals can take a little getting used to...for me)
You should, it's my favourite after Mirage Smile

I totally forgot about that album, even though I'm sure it was on my AOTY list of that year Embarrassed


Still last week:
Emtidi - Saat
Todd Terje - It's Album Time
Kanaan - Windborne
Superdensecrushloadfactor - Until I Find Out It's Something Else​.​.​.
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Solid State Survivor

All 80's weekend:


The Sock of Fleagulls page LOL
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LOL

Never played that in the 80s, so this was a first-spin for me.  Surprised. I liked it better than I thought I would.


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Originally posted by Finnforest Finnforest wrote:

A Flock of Seagulls - same
Voivod - Killing Technology
Melody's Echo Chamber - same
My joke name for them is A Sock of Fleagulls.  heheheh Tongue  And Iran, Iran's so far awaa aa aaay.



Edited by Slartibartfast - January 13 2019 at 14:55
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Cherry Glazerr - Apocalipstick
Sunflower Bean - Human Ceremony
Adam and the Ants - Kings of the Wild Frontier
BOC - Tyranny and Mutation

Edited by Finnforest - January 13 2019 at 19:32

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Not much listening this week due to work.

Mozart - Red Classics (various orchestras)
Adrian Snell - The Passion
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A Flock of Seagulls - same
Voivod - Killing Technology
Melody's Echo Chamber - same

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Probably not done yet but

Wings | Venus and Mars
Wings | At the Speed of Sound
Mike Keneally | hat.
Mike Keneally | Boil That Dust Speck
Camel | Mirage
Pete Townshend | Empty Glass
Velvet Underground | Live MCMXCIII
Mike Keneally | Nonkertompf
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For today:

Mystery - *Lies and Butterflies*
A pretty good album, but I think they could have gone and experimented with more genres along the way. Though perhaps it's the Yes, Wobbler and Southern Empire fan in me.
"The time is gone, the song is over; thought I'd something more to say..." - Pink Floyd
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I got inspired by the Relayer love in here...and put on The Yes Album yesterday. I must be in the mood for the Yes “sound” because I span Wobbler’s latest afterwards and later on Perfect Beings’ Vier.

Yesterday:
Invisible - Durazno Sangrando
Yes - The Yes Album
Wobbler - From Silence To Somewhere
Ennio Morricone - Crescete e Moltiplicatevi
Eloy - Colours (That bass! Mmmm)
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Polygondwanaland
Perfect Beings - Vier
Camel - Rain Dances (hello! why haven’t I paid attention to you?)
ZU - Jhator
Il Paradiso degli Orchi - Il Corponauta (something about this release that I really dig - it is something that crystalises on the two ending tracks but rather omnipresent throughout...although the vocals can take a little getting used to...for me)
Richard Pinhas/Merzbow - Rhizome (beautiful uptrickling music that clears out the sinuses in a jiffy)

Edited by Guldbamsen - January 12 2019 at 03:07
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