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^ Neil Peart wrote the lyrics, so it makes sense after all Tongue I normally don't pay attention to lyrics, even if they are good (I still don't know what Cygnus X-1 is about), so it's fine by me.
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Mother Turtle - Zea Mice
Thy Catafalque - Geometria
Loosense - Doze
Edgar Froese - Aqua
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Yesterday & today:
Van Der Graaf Generator: Godbluff
Talking Heads: Fear Of Music
the Band: Cahoots
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LivePhish 10: Columbus '94 + Vegas '96
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The Atomic Bitchwax - s/t
The Atomic Bitchwax - II
1000mods - Repeated Exposure To...
Mort Garson - Plantasia (A pause from all the Stoner Rock...)
Purple Hill Witch - Celestial Cemetery (...and back at it :D )
Solar Corona - Outerspace
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The last week or so at home, work and in the car.....

On-line exam marking time - about 16000 questions in about a fortnight in the evenings - but having a prog soundtrack really helps!

Ozric Tentacles - Erpland/Jurassic Shift/Pungent Effulgent/Strangeitude
Peter Gabriel - Live
Arena - Pepper's Ghost
Vega - Only Human
Strawbs - Hero and Heroine
Uriah Heep - Outsider
Magnum - Lost on the Road to Eternity
U.K. - Concert Classics - Vol 4
Edison's Children - In the Last Waking Moments
Pallas - wearewhoweare
Riverside - Shrine of the New Generation Slaves
Lonely Robot - Please Come Home/The Big Dream
Transatlantic - SMPTe/Kaleidoscope
Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs/Twice Removed From Yesterday
District 97 - Hybrid Child
Cosmograf - The Man Left in Space
Magenta - The Twenty Seven Club
Nine Stones Close - One Eye on the Sunrise
I.Q. - Ever
Annie Barbazza & Max Repetti - Moonchild
Mike Oldfield - Hergest Ridge/Ommadawn
Kino - Radio Voltaire
Caspian - Waking Season
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Marillion - Marbles
Steely Dan - Citizen Dan: Steely Dan: 1972-1980
Anathema - The Optimist/Weather Systems
Iona - Another Realm
Steve Hackett - Wild Orchids
King Crimson - Discipline/Beat
Bruce Springsteen - Nassau Night - 1980-12-31
Southern Empire - Southern Empire
Renaissance - Turn of the Cards/Scheherazade and Other Stories
Camel - Moonmadness/Nude
A Thousand Horses - Southernality
Suzanne Vega - Suzanne Vega/Solitude Standing

So much great music.....so little time!
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Goat - World Music
Peter Michael Hamel - Hamel
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.......an eclectic mix of vinyl spun recently ;
JEFFERSON STARSHIP - Winds Of Change
WHITE WILLOW - Ignis Fatuus
NEW YORK GONG (apparently) - About Time
RUSH - Signals
TIRILL MOHN - Um Himinjodur
ELEPHANT9 - Walk The Nile
DEVO - Duty Now For The Future
ANTHRAX - Fistful Of Metal
PINK FLOYD - Atom Heart Mother
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Tangerine Dream - Green Desert/Logos
Peter Hammill - There goes the Daylight
Marillion - Unplugged at the Walls
LivePhish 7 - Tinley Park 93
The Who - Live at Leeds
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Judy Collins: Wildflowers
Royal Trux: Twin Infinitives
Tim Buckley: Happy Sad
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Eberhard Schoener - Meditation
Tim Hecker - Haunt Me
Prurient - Through the Window
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Nothing.....some days I don't listen to one effing album....it's cathartic.
One does nothing yet nothing is left undone.
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Van der Graaf Generator - Godbluff
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Freedom is slavery.

Ignorance is strength.”

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This weekend:
Genesis - Nursery Cryme
Present - Triskaidékaphobie
Cake - Motorcade of Generosity
The Cars - s/t
Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri
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Hi there Samuel:)

How do you feel about that TD album? It's one of the rare 70s releases I've actually got on cd...but I'm not complaining, mostly because it also has both parts of Ultima Thule on it, which I absolutely love.

Btw I checked out La Coscienza di Zeno live and you were right. So much better than the polished sophomore album. Melikey!

I received quite a few new releases here the other day that reignited my faith in 2018. On top of that I seem to be waffling back and forth between jazz, old school prog rock, dream pop and post punk.
Yesterday proves that:

Calibro 35 - Decade (Such a brilliant jazz funk album!! Infectiously groovy and genuinely sounds like the production of say Head Hunters. 2018 release)
Mildlife - Phase (Quirky and slightly kitsch prog rock meets the sultry vivaciousness of funk n disco. Somehow it works. 2018 release)
Tropical f**k Storm - A Laughing Death In Meatspace (Post punky, art rocky tomfoolery that sounds exactky like the title suggests. Perfect shower music. 2018 release)
Khruangbin - Con Todo El Mundo (Old school psych rock...but played softly and delicately? What?!?? Is this madness??!?? And why aren't there more bands out there doing something similar? 2018 release)
Thy Catafalque - Geometria (Is it metal? Black metal? Prog rock? Electronic? Symphonic? Prog folk? Maybe all those things and then some. Ever since they released Meta I've been head over heels into this Hungarian band. 2018 release)
The Soft Boys - Underwater Sunlight
Major Parkinson - Blackbox
The Pop Group - Y
Coltrane - My Favourite Things
Area - Caution Radiation Area
Warm Digits - Wireless World
Marvin Gaye - Troubleman Soundtrack (beautiful)
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I see Mildlife isn't included on PA yet.
Anyways I'm fairly certain Samuel and the byrd brother will love this thing. You guys were the first I thought of when I initially popped it in my stereo
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


How do you feel about that TD album? It's one of the rare 70s releases I've actually got on cd...but I'm not complaining, mostly because it also has both parts of Ultima Thule on it, which I absolutely love.

Btw I checked out La Coscienza di Zeno live and you were right. So much better than the polished sophomore album. Melikey!

Calibro 35 - Decade (Such a brilliant jazz funk album!! Infectiously groovy and genuinely sounds like the production of say Head Hunters. 2018 release)

I see Mildlife isn't included on PA yet.
Anyways I'm fairly certain Samuel and the byrd brother will love this thing. You guys were the first I thought of when I initially popped it in my stereo  
It's quite rudimentary compared to their next works but it's quite special for that reason as well. My mind wanders through all those sounds Approve

Ah, I knew it Big smile

Glad to see other Calibro on this thread and it's not me LOL I'm a big fan of the band although I didn't get their latest yet.


Yeah, I heard it before and also told Michael about it, although he already knew them Tongue Groovy stuff!

Last two days:
Spaceslug - Lemanis
Michael Rother - Sterntaler
Bent Knee - Land Animal
Hiromi Uehara - Voice
Elephant9 with Reine Fiske - Atlantis


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It is indeed very rudimentary. Sorta embryonic and proto...erm everything?!! I'm not sure but it certainly feels like that. Proto sounds from before there was man. Space music from the stone age or something to that effect. Still trippy as hell some what 45 years after? That is an achievement in itself.

I had no idea you knew Calibro 35. Kudos my good man! The new one is excellent and comes highly recommended. Junglefunkdrive and that production *insert drool*.

Yesterday:
Calibro 35 - Decade
The War On Drugs - Lost In The Dream
Napalm Death - Scum (blast from the past!)
Todd Terje - It's Album Time
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Take It From The Man!
Tusmørke - Hinsides (Old school symph n psych prog made in a tavern for sailors)
Yusef Lateef - Eastern Sounds
Klaus Schulze - Silhouettes
Janko Nilovic - Soul Impressions (Samuel: you'll love this)
Wire - Pink Flag
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Terje Rypdal - Waves
Adrian Belew - Desire Caught by the Tail
LivePhish - Providence 98
Trey Gunn - The Joy of Molybdenum
David Torn - Tripping Over God
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This week:
Maritta Kuula: Kuuluisaa sukua
YUP: Keppijumppaa
Pikku Kukka: Pois Ympäröivä Maa
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