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Et In Arcadia Ego
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"Eight Miles High" by Steve Hunter from the album Swept Away.
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TD - Mysterious...
Dig me...But don't...Bury me
I'm running still, I shall until, one day, I hope that I'll arrive
Warning: Listening to jazz excessively can cause a laxative effect.
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mos defs has to be this electronic beauty:


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TD - Ricochet
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Warning: Listening to jazz excessively can cause a laxative effect.
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One of the most adventurous guitar bands right now. A This Heat-meets-Bauhaus kind of atmosphere, with very inventive guitar work.
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A lost classic of industrial, specifically the ambient leaning styles. Morphogenesis is also described as being the last band to do any of the kind of electronic improvisations Cale and Stockhausen made famous in the '60's and '70's.

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Lears Fool, I don't want to quote your posts cause it'd jam up the bandwidth, but I gotta say, I've been diggin your favorites.  Keep em coming.  I was just listening to the Beta Band a week ago or so - they were a great band while they lasted.
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Originally posted by Polymorphia Polymorphia wrote:

One of the most adventurous guitar bands right now. A This Heat-meets-Bauhaus kind of atmosphere, with very inventive guitar work.
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That's on my list of albums to get.  I haven't listened to them yet (and don't want to yet), but several people whose opinions I value (and now you) have given it their highest recommendation.
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Here's my pick of the day.  I just got a CD by these guys, and although none of the album tracks are on youtube, they're an improvisational trio anyway, so a good live clip should do the job.

Sometimes you just need to take a week or so and read the entire Wayside catalog, and build a wish list.  I did this a year or so ago and just now got this, something I'd never heard of before but for which Uncle Steve's description sounded cool.  This is the kind of free rock improv stuff I like.


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TD - Ultima Thule
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FZ - The Eric Dolphy Memorial BBQ
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