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    Tuesday "New look" thread. Whoo hoo big whup!

    Okay I will start this ridiculousness.

    Citizen Cain - Serpents in Camoflage and Somewhere but Yesterday. This British neo prog band sounds like Genesis when they recorded Foxtrot and Nursery Cryme. Pretty damn good stuff.

    Pendragon - The World - more great stuff from these neo proggers.

    Pallas - The Sentinel - great neo prog.

    Ayreon - into the electric castle - no explanation needed.

    Pendragon - Utrect - great live gig.

    Acoustic Galahad - good stuff from these British proggers. Different.

    Also watched Star One dvd, Nektar dvd, Aliens, the new old Pink Floyd dvd (yawn), and Deep Purple dvd.

    Dave

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    I was typing too slow

    I take too long to type sometimes and I wasn't able to actually delete the duplicate thread but I did my best to shut it down and move stuff here.

    As usual only going to list the new ones, so it's a very sparse list this week.

    Dave Brubeck Quartet-Time Out (this acutally came from the library) s'ok. Probably the most enjoyable Jazz disc I've checked out yet.

    Pat Matheny-One Quiet Night (library) 2003 release and it's just a solo baritone guitar album. A couple of gorgeous songs that I really enjoy but overall it's a bit boring to me.

    Alien Ant Farm-Anthology-man do I hate this thing.

    Chemical Brothers-Singles 93-03-I think they missed some singles but I bought it for "that one track" that I can't get elsewhere. "The Golden Path" with the Flaming Lips, what an awesome track! Overall a decent disc is you don't have any Block Rockin' Beat techno but you know you should have at least a little. Look, I have Blues, Jazz and Classical so a little Chemical Brothers isn't going to kill you, at least I don't think it will.

    Richard X Presents His X Factor vol. !-Varied electronica but I favor the electro clash favored variety that's used on several of the tracks. Only one listen but so far I like most of it a great deal.

    Next!
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    Weekly pleasures

    All over the board this past week in terms of styles.

    One of my recent faves is Bomb Squad - "Sophistafunk". As the title would suggest, its a littly funky.

    Also:
    Robert Randolph and the Family Band - "Unclassified". Overall good stuff. Great musically, but the lyrics to some of the tunes are pretty bland.
    Living Daylights - Electric Rosary
    Gobal Funk Council - Keep on Pushin'
    Either/Orchestra - Neo-modernism
    Ray's Music Exchange - Turango
    Modereko - s/t
    Charlie Parker - Charlie Parker with Strings: the Master Takes
    The Duke Ellington Orchestra - Digital Duke
    Acoustic Alchemy - Arcanum
    Louis Armstrong - Great Original Live Performances
    Acoustic Syndicate - Live From the Neighborhood
    Bernie Williams - can't remember the title, but his debut CD

    As an added bonus, the missus and I have a doctors appointment today where i hope to find out the sex of the 4-month old fetus occupying my wife's midsection at the moment. Cletus the Fetus is its name for now.

    NP: Where ever you are - Bomb Squad

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    mixed bag o' stuff

    cd's:

    John Guilt, The Mirrors and Uncle Sam- warming up to this one still.
    The Shins, Chutes Too Narrow- doesn't get it done for me.
    Joe Henry, Tiny Voices- ditto The Shins
    Vic Chesnutt, Drunk- always gets it done.
    Band of Blacky Ranchette, Stii Lookin Good To Me- excellent-o
    My Morning Jacket's latest- very nice
    The Band, Cahoots remaster- especially fine on a chilly desert evening

    .....etc

    minor vinyl haul on Sunday:

    pick of the litter: Harvey Mandel's The Snake- (splurged at $3.99,mint and super)- long time since I heard this stuff.
    Will The Circle Be Unbroken, $3, but worth every nickel.
    Second Contribution, Shawn Phillips- another one I haven't heard in eons- spacey, strange music laced into some beautiful 12-string guitars.
    2 Thomas Dolby lps from the early 80's (I think), for Unklebob. I don't care for that stuff.
    5 or 6 more that I can't remember right now.
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    A little this and that. Nothing new, so I'll try to keep it brief...

    Some jazz
    Miles Davis and Chet Baker mostly, Workin' and Relaxin' from Miles and Chet Baker Sings. All good stuff.

    Some real oldies
    A good compilation od WWII era pop hits called Those Were Our Songs. A good introduction to songs of the 40s. Also played some Spade Cooley, good Western Swing from the late 40s-early 50s.

    A bit of electronic stuff
    Played the first Babble CD, an underated gemm in my opinion. Also listened to some Electronic Skychurch: Sonic Diary, a disc that has done nothing but grow on me with each listen, abstract electronic blips and bleeps, but you hear something new every time.

    Industrial stuff
    Like I mentioned in another thread, listened to some industrial stuff, mostly old Wax Trax! tunes, including a stack of 12" singles and the Black Box set.

    Rock
    Not a lot of rock lately, but I did listen to some AC/DC and soe Bad Brains. Played Notwist: Noen Golden too, never seems to get old.

    That's enough for now. Next...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobody
    A bit of electronic stuff
    Played the first Babble CD, an underated gemm in my opinion. Also listened to some Electronic Skychurch: Sonic Diary, a disc that has done nothing but grow on me with each listen, abstract electronic blips and bleeps, but you hear something new every time.
    I love Babble! Haven't played that in a while but first I need to revisist that Electronic SkyChurch disc. I threw in the towel pretty quickly but I did keep it hoping that someday it would appeal. Maybe today's the day.

    Have a great week.

    jc
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    Here's mine

    Copper Temple Clause - Kick up the flames....pretty solid album

    Josh Ritter - Hello Starling, outstanding album probably the best in a long time in the folk genre. I recommend it to anybody.

    Lemonjelly - Lost Horizons

    Yello - Essential, wacky 80's electronica from a couple of Swiss blokes

    Jet - Get Born

    Inspired Baubles - my best of the year comp, but I wish I'd included a Josh Ritter track now.

    Jazz comp

    ps Jim I'm glad you sort of liked the Dave Brubeck Cd there's a track from it on my classic jazz comp I've just posted today to you.

    Cheers
    Mike

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    Smile Hey, congrats!

    This is for Tug, in case it goes to the wrong place.

    I hope it's a boy, so we'll get some new blood in here ;0)

    fp

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    Also saw the Spocks Beard in Amsterdam DVD. Pretty solid.

    How was the Star One DVD there Geezer?

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    My Toonsday Platter

    My list for the week:

    -My Morning Jacket "It Still Moves" (sittin on the fence on this one)
    -Ray Charles & Friends
    -Pat Green & Cory Morrow "Songs We Wish We'd Written" (thanks Tentoze)
    -Pearl Jam "vs"
    -Steely Dan "Countdown to Ecstacy"
    -Phil Collins "Face Value"
    -Jethro Tull "LITP" and "TAAB"
    -Wet Willie "Drippin' Wet"
    -ABB "The Road Goes On Forever" remaster

    Comps:
    -RPM's "Fun w/ K" - Everytime I've listened to this, it has been in the car or on the 'puter w/ headphones. Well last night I put it on the main rig at home and WOW - the bass and drums/congas jump out. It was like listening to a different album (which I guess reflects on my cheap car stereo)
    -Tug's Nil Lara comp, and "Westbound Come Undone" (which is a fav. of mine)
    -FPs "Mystery Comp" from back in July
    -Timemasheen Vol. 9 "Beyond These Chilling Winds"
    -Stone's fine Kinks comp
    -Chip's "This Rocks! Disc 2"

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    Star One dvd

    Troy,

    The Star One dvd is a very enjoyable watch.

    Somehow they pull off those weird ass Ayreon songs and Star One songs quite well.

    They have a rotating 3 man lead singer formula which works well, and at times they all sing together but not that much.

    Arjen is a tall skinny long haired Swede dood who "runs" the band per se.

    I guess the keyboard player is "flood" or whomever, but I can't tell if it is a man or woman. The bassist and drummer do a great job too.

    Very good sound and video quality.

    Lotsa good stuff out there now on dvd.

    Dave

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    Tuesday Classics

    Bach, Toccata and Fugue. Helmut Walcha, organ. DG Galleria 419 047-2.

    Bach, Toccata. Peter Hurford, organ. Argo 411 824-2.

    Stokowski's Symphonic Bach. Mathias Bamert, BBC Philharmonic. Chandos 9259.

    Symphonic Bach, Orchestral Transcriptions by Respighi and Elgar. Gerard Schwarz, Seattle Symphony. Delos DE 3098.

    Bach, Complete Lute Suites. Sharon Isbin, guitar. Virgin VC 7 90717-2.

    Bach, The Four Orchestral Suites. Roy Goodman, The Brandenburg Consort. Hyperion Dyad CDD22002.

    Beethoven, Violin Concerto. Jean Jacques Kantorow, violin; Antoni Ros-Marba, Netherlands Chamber Orchestra. Denon 33C37-7508.

    Brahms, Violin Concerto. Herman Krebbers, violin; Bernard Haitink, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam. Philips 422 972-2.

    Gabrieli & St. Mark's, Venetian Brass Music. The Wallace Collection. Nimbus 5236. Now available on The Wallace Collection label.

    Grieg, Schumann, Piano Concertos. Stephen Bishop-Kovacevich, piano; Sir Colin Davis, BBC Symphony Orchestra. Philips 412 923-2.

    Mahler, Symphony no. 2.Ileana Cotrubas, soprano; Christa Ludwig, contralto; Zubin Mehta, Vienna State Opera Chorus and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Decca Legends 289 466 992-2.

    Mozart, Symphonies 31 & 40. Christopher Hogwood, The Academy of Ancient Music. L'Oiseau-lyre 410 197-2.

    Rossini, Overtures. Giuseppe Patane, Bamberger Symphoniker. BMG 69077-2-RG.

    Roger Whittaker, 16 Golden Classics. Castle UNCD12.

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    Today's play:

    Rockfour - Another Beginning - a rock group from Israel but you'd never be able to tell that just by listening. They have a very jangly-Byrds vibe going on on a couple of tracks and Beatley/Lennonesque harmonies melded with a vintage late 60's psychedelic sound/influence along with interesting compositions to boot. Incense & blacklights highly recommended. If you need a second opinion, here's the Pitchfork review: http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/record...eginning.shtml

    Here's another review: http://www.rockfour.com/media/index....edia/index.php

    Otherwise, I've mostly been going back through comps I burned 2 and 3 years ago and enjoying the freshness of rediscovery.

    Not much else of note at the moment but if I think of something, I'll come back and add it, FWIW.
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    classique rahque

    working on comps for my uncle.. his time was the late 60's/ early 70's, like a lot of yuns..

    so, I've been ripping stuff out of many comps, totally taking them out of context and perhaps ruining the intended flows as such..

    there's lots of awesome music on the following comps:

    Living in the Past (JDaniel)
    A Day in the Life of a Head (Hyfi?)
    Steely Dan comp (the Hyfi's)
    Moody Blues comps (PPG)
    Stems, Seeds, 1970 comps (DLD)
    1974 (Audiobill)
    Just say WO! & that Accoustic comp (Mr. Midfi)
    plus others assorted songs. .thanks maf, davey, slosh, Rae, others..

    I'll post about them when they're done.

    plus spun some Crimson..
    Court of the Crimson King
    Starless and Bible Black

    and some Dead: One From the Vault (a very nice performance of "Franklin's Tower")

    some classical:

    Bruckner Symphony #6, Stanislaw Scrowaczewski, on Ars Nova.. a VERY nice recording.. I just read his whole cycle is out.. I'll have to investigate further.

    Mahler Symphony #5, Solti, Chicago Symphony (early 90's recording)

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    Manfred Mann's Earth Band - The Best Of
    Gene Love Jezebel - Heavenly Bodies
    Tubeway Army - Replicas
    XTC - Oranges and Lemons
    Joe Jackson - Look Sharp!
    Uriah Heep - Abominog
    Uriah Heep - Salisbury
    Uriah Heep - Innocent Victim
    Wishbone Ash - Twin Barrels Burning
    Moody Blues - To Our Childrens Childrens Children
    Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun
    Clapton - Another Ticket

    I wanted to introduce myself to some Jazz so on the recommendations from the folks here I bought Brubecks' Time Out and Coltranes' Blue Train. Now, I'm not an avid listener of Jazz but these are both very fine albums and I'm happy with these purchases. I think I may get some Miles Davis and Thelonius Monk next.

    Johnny Cash - American IV: The Man Comes Around
    Johnny Cash - At San Quentin

    Like Jazz, I'm not an avid listener of country/western music. However, the late Johnny Cash is one man I will always enjoy.

    Darren
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    toooooonsday

    hey PatD....................

    I saw the Greig piano concerto performed Saturday night with the local symphony........the pianist was Jorge Frederico Osorio -- awesome.

    As for the weekly list -- it is a bit odd:

    All of the Wilson/Gann tunes so we could compare the sonices/production of the latest stuff.
    Train of Thought -- DREAM THEATER
    Prog Covers -- a comp from BarryL
    Hungarian Rhapsodies -- Liszt
    PolymorphicProg -- a comp from Troy
    ST -- Mike & the Mechanics
    UK -- UK
    Fly Like the Wind -- McCoy Tyner
    6 DOIT -- DREAM THEATER
    The Totentanz -- Liszt

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    Spinnage

    Listened to all of my BMG discount purchases...thanks again to whoever posted that link (JC, was that you?), which include the following:

    Wilco - Summerteeth
    Rush - Farewell to Kings (remaster)
    Best of Velvet Underground
    Radiohead - The Bends
    Dave Matthews Band - Under the Table & Dreaming
    John Lennon - Collection
    The Who - Tommy (remaster)

    I'm also digging the assorted Bowie tunes and live Springsteen selected cuts I downloaded from Apple's iTunes and burned to disc. I now also have 81 songs from various artists in my dump cart that I have yet to download/purchase.

    Also...The Notwist - Neon Golden (perfect for a rainy day)
    Steely Dan - Royal Scam (remaster)
    The Strokes' new one (me likes)

    Tried to listen to Finch's Halloween thingy, but it doesn't play in my car for some reason. And I forgot to bring Slosh's year-end disc with me today (muchas gracias, amigo).

    Still liking the new Rush and Peter Gabriel DVDs, but only have time to play bits and pieces now and then.

    I plan to buy the new U2 live DVD and Queen's Night at the Opera for my wife today. She turns 40 in 4 days (yes, she was born the day JFK was shot...and no, that's not ALL I'm getting for her).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenH
    Uriah Heep - Abominog

    Darren
    Abominog!

    I have that one.. I haven't spun it in years..

    I'll have to pull it out, but not when my daughter is awake, the cover art might give her nightmares!



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    Quote Originally Posted by -Jar-
    Abominog!

    I have that one.. I haven't spun it in years..

    I'll have to pull it out, but not when my daughter is awake, the cover art might give her nightmares!



    -jar
    It's got a couple of decent tracks but for the most part it has a very dated 1982 sound. Yeah, the cover art is gruesome indeed.

    The earlier stuff from Heep is by far their best work, imo.

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    Re: DarrenH's Jazz explorations

    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenH

    I wanted to introduced myself to some Jazz so on the recommendations from the folks here I bought Brubecks' Time Out and Coltranes' Blue Train. Now, I'm not an avid listener of Jazz but these are both very fine albums and I'm happy with these purchases. I think I may get some Miles Davis and Thelonius Monk next.

    Johnny Cash - American IV: The Man Comes Around
    Johnny Cast - At San Quentin

    Like Jazz, I'm not an avid listener of country/western music. However, the late Johnny Cash is one man I will always enjoy.

    Darren
    I usually lurk & learn, but sometimes feel compelled to write...

    Darren,

    If you enjoyed Time Out and Blue Train, and you're looking for some Miles and Monk, may I suggest:

    Miles' - Kind of Blue
    Monk's - Oh Yeah!

    These are both good introductions to these great artists.

    I too make an exception to my normal Country bias with Johnny Cash, and I just heard American IV: The Man Comes Around last week, and really enjoyed it. Seemed very poignant in light of his passing.

    Hope you like the Jazz,
    Mysterio

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey.
    Nina Nastasia - Run to Ruin
    How is this one? I had taken notice because Mick Turner plays guitar on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysterio
    If you enjoyed Time Out and Blue Train, and you're looking for some Miles and Monk, may I suggest:

    Miles' - Kind of Blue
    Monk's - Oh Yeah!
    Do you mean Mingus's Oh Yeah!? (?!!!??!)
    Or was there a different Monk album you were thinking of?

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    Been mostly listening to some new CDs that I've gotten in the last week or so including....

    Nina Nastasia - Run to Ruin
    Wheat - Per Second, Per Second, Per Second...Every Second
    Laika - Wherever I Am I Am What Is Missing
    Josh Ritter - Hello Starling
    Califone - Deceleration Two
    Head of Femur - Ringodom or Proctor

    The Head of Femur disc is destined to be one of my yearly favorites, no doubt of that already. Played it a lot the last week and just love it. Lots of the same appeal as The Flaming Lips Soft Bulletin with many layers of production. But in this case, mostly with real instrumentation more akin to some of the Elephant 6 collective releases such as Neutral Milk Hotel and Olivia Tremor Control. Very nice collection of songs with the usual nods to the Beach Boys and Love and the Beatles and other orchestrated pop bands, but also XTC and Talking Heads and the irrepressible Brian Eno in his madcap and often nonsensical pop persona from the mid 70s. They even do a stimulatingly manic cover of his The True Wheel. Brilliant stuff. You wonder what these guys could do with a big recording budget and a mainstream sounding singer, or at least maybe a stronger mixing of the vocals and some pitch work :-). But this kind of charming music doesn't exist outside of the little indie labels anymore, in this case Greyday Productions in Portland. Ever heard of Presto! Recording Studios in Nebraska? That's what I thought....unless you're already a big Bright Eyes fan or something. Lots of info on the web but the review at Splendid is a good overview of their sound. There's also a few MP3 at the label site....also a cool live version of The True Wheel along with another song at the band site



    Also, just got the 2003 Sloshmix yesterday and got in one spin so far. Pretty cool. Not a lot I haven't heard already but pretty cool just the same. Even though we have many of the same albums this year I think our year-end comps are gonna be markedly different in many respects. Been listening to my own 2003 mix on the computer as well and making some adjustments. Still need to pare it down by a few tracks and make some adjustments. Starting to get too much good music coming in and running out of room so many of my favorites are destined to be in the leftover pile this year :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey.
    Starting to get too much good music coming in and running out of room so many of my favorites are destined to be in the leftover pile this year :-)
    Doesn't sound like a problem a two disc set couldn't address.

    jc
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    Man, every week you listen to something that's near 'n' dear...

    Quote Originally Posted by tentoze
    cd's:

    John Guilt, The Mirrors and Uncle Sam- warming up to this one still.
    The Shins, Chutes Too Narrow- doesn't get it done for me.
    Joe Henry, Tiny Voices- ditto The Shins
    Vic Chesnutt, Drunk- always gets it done.
    Band of Blacky Ranchette, Stii Lookin Good To Me- excellent-o
    My Morning Jacket's latest- very nice
    The Band, Cahoots remaster- especially fine on a chilly desert evening

    .....etc

    minor vinyl haul on Sunday:

    pick of the litter: Harvey Mandel's The Snake- (splurged at $3.99,mint and super)- long time since I heard this stuff.
    Will The Circle Be Unbroken, $3, but worth every nickel.
    Second Contribution, Shawn Phillips- another one I haven't heard in eons- spacey, strange music laced into some beautiful 12-string guitars.
    2 Thomas Dolby lps from the early 80's (I think), for Unklebob. I don't care for that stuff.
    5 or 6 more that I can't remember right now.

    Last week it was Spooky Two and this week it's actually two: Harvey Mandel's "The Snake" and Shawn Phillips' "Second Contribution". Along with Spooky Two and a few others like Then Play On, McKendree Spring 3, the Yes Album, the Allman Brothers' first, etc., The Snake and Second Contribution were never far from the player. Thanks for reminding me.
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