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    Posted: January 24 2006 at 20:50
Does anyone know the deal with reissues on Matching Mole? Did Virgin
reissue them a few years ago?

Also heard that Tin Huey released a batch of unreleased songs and
wondering if anyone can turn me on to a place where I can pick it up.

And finally has anyone seen or heard about new prog quartet from NY
called Cueing in Excelsias? I heard the lead singer Nek on this website
culturecatch.com and he sounded pretty out there. I'm wonderin' if
anyone has seen them live or knows about where to pick up their vinyl.

Thanks.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 24 2006 at 20:56
Matching Mole albums have been reissued (not by Virgin, by Colombia I think). I have the Colombia remastered version of the self-titled and the Japanese remaster done a few years ago of Little Red Record.

I don't know anything regarding the rest of your post though.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 26 2006 at 11:01

Originally posted by puffdusty puffdusty wrote:

Does anyone know the deal with reissues on Matching Mole? Did Virgin
reissue them a few years ago? 


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Wyatt because of his Soft Machine connection, recorded his first solo and the first two MM albums for CBS in the UK (Columbia, USA). However, the live albums issued much later on behalf of MM have been released by Windsong (now Hux) Records (here the BBC Radio One Live In Concert, is mostly free jazz) and Cuneiform - coincidently one track off the latter is scheduled for my radio show tonight!

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