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^Oh those are some fantastic acquisitions Audun!!! Hot damn!! Love both of them. Cool to see you finally got your hands on the ultimate SBB studio offering. I especially adore the drumming on it:) is it the one with the bonus cut Odesje on it?

A friend of mine recently got home from his vacation to France and returned with a couple of musical gifts to yours truly:) Luckily we have similar tastes in music - plus he asked me if there were some artists he should look out for)

Turzi - C ( Beautiful album that sounds like Dead Can Dance went rock and Lisa Gerrard opted for a more operatic voice. Such a soothing album this. Like watching glaciers form)
Jaga Jazzist - Starfire ( I've only had one full listen but liked what I heard. Still no match for their 2013 live album that literally blew everything they'd made previously out of the water. Anyway who knows? Starfire may just turn out to be the bee's knees)

Albums I purchased myself:
Ghost Rhythms - Madeleine ( Experimental jazz rock with a psychedelic twist? Yeah only had one spin of the first disc, so the verdict is definitely still out on this)
Alco Frisbass - s/t ( I know this one and love just about every Canterbury infused organ incorporated into it, but I have such a hard time getting past the programmed drums (although to be fair - they're done very well))
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

^Oh those are some fantastic acquisitions Audun!!! Hot damn!! Love both of them. Cool to see you finally got your hands on the ultimate SBB studio offering. I especially adore the drumming on it:) is it the one with the bonus cut Odesje on it?
The ultimate studio recording, you say? I like the sound of that. And yeah, it's got that bonus track. Good?

I also ordered Memento z banalnym tryptykiem after being blown away by it when hearing it on YT a few weeks back. Slowly but surely becoming a favourite of mine, SBB.
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Jaga Jazzist - Starfire ( I've only had one full listen but liked what I heard. Still no match for their 2013 live album that literally blew everything they'd made previously out of the water. Anyway who knows? Starfire may just turn out to be the bee's knees)
Yeah, I've only listened to it a couple of times myself. Very good, I'd say, but not as good as O-AB perhaps, and definitely not as good as the Britten Sinfonia one, that's my favourite as well.


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Odesje is actually a demo of what was to become the album 'Slovenian Girls'. As much as I dig SG, I still vastly prefer this raw and unadulterated version of it....and yes it is absolutely fantastic imo. Love the Eastern sounding start of it. One of my fave SBB tracks actually.

Cool to see I'm not the only one who rates Britten S so highly:)
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Jaga Jazzist - Starfire ( I've only had one full listen but liked what I heard. Still no match for their 2013 live album that literally blew everything they'd made previously out of the water. Anyway who knows? Starfire may just turn out to be the bee's knees)

Albums I purchased myself:
Ghost Rhythms - Madeleine ( Experimental jazz rock with a psychedelic twist? Yeah only had one spin of the first disc, so the verdict is definitely still out on this)
Alco Frisbass - s/t ( I know this one and love just about every Canterbury infused organ incorporated into it, but I have such a hard time getting past the programmed drums (although to be fair - they're done very well))

I'm enjoying the new JJ though as others have mentioned I don't think it's as good as One Armed Bandit which is my favorite of theirs

Ghost Rhythms - Madeleine could end up top 2 or 3 on the year for me, big step forward from their debut, minimalist jazz hints with experimentation.
Alco Frisbass - enjoying this one if its not really anything particularly special though the programmed drums are now a bit of a pain.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Odesje is actually a demo of what was to become the album 'Slovenian Girls'. As much as I dig SG, I still vastly prefer this raw and unadulterated version of it....and yes it is absolutely fantastic imo. Love the Eastern sounding start of it. One of my fave SBB tracks actually.
Sounds intriguing. Can't wait to hear it!
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Arrived today...
Volbeat - Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing
The Birthday Massacre - Hide and Seek
The Birthday Massacre - Pins and Needles
X-Panda - Flight Of Fancy
Slivovitz - Bani Ahead
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Ordered today from Amazon...
Elder - self titled
Elder - Dead Roots Stirring
Lonely Kamel - self titled
Lonely Kamel - Dust Devil
Mars Red Sky - Stranded In Arcadia
The Aristocrats - self titled
Causa Sui - Euporie Tide
Samsara Blues Experiment - Waiting For The Flood
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Steve Hillage - Live@Deeply Vale (2LP)
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Originally posted by The Bearded Bard The Bearded Bard wrote:

Ordered:

Il Balletto di Bronzo - Ys
Dün - Eros
Eskaton - 4 Visions
Henry Cow - Western Culture
Khan - Space Shanty
Locanda delle Fate -  Forse le lucciole non si amano più
Mezquita - Recuerdos de mi Tierra
Quella Vecchia Locanda - s/t
Quella Vecchia Locanda - Il Tempo della Gioia
Rhùn - Fanfare du Chaos
Samla Mammas Manna - Måltid
SBB - Memento z banalnym tryptykiem
Touch - s/t
Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson - Unnoticeable in a Tiny Town, Invisible in the City
Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson - s/t
Weidorje - s/t

Bought:

When - Black, White and Grey


Originally posted by The Bearded Bard The Bearded Bard wrote:

<span style="line-height: 1.4;">Ordered from Rune Grammofon:</span>

Box - Studio 1
Deathprod - Treetop Drive
Deathprod - Imaginary Songs from Tristan da Cunha
Deathprod - Morals and Dogma
Strønen / Storløkken - Humcrush
Humcrush - Hornswoggle
Humcrush - Rest at Worlds End
Humcrush with Sidsel Endresen - Ha!
Huntsville - For the Middle Class
Huntsville - Eco, Arches & Eras
Motorpsycho - Demon Box (deluxe edition - 4CD/1DVD)
Supersilent - 1-3
Supersilent - 4
Supersilent - 5
Supersilent - 7 (DVD)
Supersilent - 8
Supersilent - 9
Supersilent - 10
Supersilent - 11
Supersilent - 12<span style="line-height: 1.4;">
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<span style="line-height: 1.4;">Received.</span>
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Jesus!! 
No, Rune Grammofon. Wink

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Ok. Here is mine. 

Pink Floyd-- atom heart mother
Pink floyd-- the sound of thunder 
Pink floyd-- a saucerful of secrets
Pink floyd-- Wish you were here (immersion box set.) 
Pink floyd-- London 1966-1967
Pink floyd-- Is There Anybody out there? 1980 live
Pink Floyd--shine on (live) 1990
Pink floyd-- Uncut: a complete tour documentary (10 DVDs!) 
Skinny puppy--the greater wrong of the right
The gathering-- Always...
Cool! And, wow! 10 DVD's! Shocked Yeah, that tour documentary better be complete! Well, at least now we know what you'll be doing this summer. LOL

I have all their studio albums, so I've been thinking about getting some live Floyd myself. But I think Live at Pompeii will suffice, I'm not that big a fan. LOL


That's hilarious. You've got all their studio albums yet your not that big if a fan. Lol sarcasm looks good on ya, captain rune gramma phone. Lol.
Keep spinning Audun. I think you'll have to resort to putting albums in the kitchen for space mànagement. Lol

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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

^Oh those are some fantastic acquisitions Audun!!! Hot damn!! Love both of them. Cool to see you finally got your hands on the ultimate SBB studio offering. I especially adore the drumming on it:) is it the one with the bonus cut Odesje on it?

A friend of mine recently got home from his vacation to France and returned with a couple of musical gifts to yours truly:) Luckily we have similar tastes in music - plus he asked me if there were some artists he should look out for)

Turzi - C ( Beautiful album that sounds like Dead Can Dance went rock and Lisa Gerrard opted for a more operatic voice. Such a soothing album this. Like watching glaciers form)
Jaga Jazzist - Starfire ( I've only had one full listen but liked what I heard. Still no match for their 2013 live album that literally blew everything they'd made previously out of the water. Anyway who knows? Starfire may just turn out to be the bee's knees)

Albums I purchased myself:
Ghost Rhythms - Madeleine ( Experimental jazz rock with a psychedelic twist? Yeah only had one spin of the first disc, so the verdict is definitely still out on this)
Alco Frisbass - s/t ( I know this one and love just about every Canterbury infused organ incorporated into it, but I have such a hard time getting past the programmed drums (although to be fair - they're done very well))


Turzi C sounds really interesting. I can watch glaciers form. ;)
Dead can dance you say? I better check it out.

Thanks David. You are always good at doling out a good psychedelic breakfast.   :)
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Last purchase for this month. Gotta save up for August. Big titles conning out for me !
Like....symphony x, disturbed, iron maiden, soulfly, and fear factory

Anyhow I got dream theater's Breaking the forth wall and I absolutely love it!!
Best live album since the score! Rivals the score 20th Ann. Too!
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