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Alec Livaditis
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james wrote: That is my current biggest internet wish.

Recent purchases:

Mario Diaz de Leon - The Soul is the Arena
Wolf Eyes's newest and the accompanying 7"
Faust - Just Us
Sun City Girls - Torch of the Mystics reissue
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe/Ariel kalma
Saw "The Soul is the Arena" performed by Kivie Cahn-Lipman--- arranged for cello--- some of months ago in Atlanta.

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was not into the new Wolf Eyes LP. very dull.

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It was way too mellow and not engaging, I have to agree.

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Certainly the most different of all their releases that I'm aware of. On my second listen now. Melodic. I like the murky pounding drums

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New year therapy:

Lawrence English -- Kiri No Oto (Touch)
Garotas Suecas -- Feras Míticas (Vampi Soul)
Hildur Guðnadóttir, BJ Nilsen and Stilluppsteypa -- Second Childhood (Quecksilber)
Helmut Lachenmann -- Schreiben - Double (Grido II) (Kairos)
Bridget St John -- Songs For The Gentle Man (Dandelion Records)
v/a -- Trance 2: Naqshbandi Sufis/Healing And Trance In Morocco/Balinese Temple Festival ‎(Elliptic Arts)
Vehement Caress -- Frailty (Divergent Series)

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+minus - a rainy koran verse [uk live] (trent oiseaux)
machinefabriek w/anne bakker - deining (self-released)
albert ayler - stockholm, berlin 1966 (hatOLOGY)
joe panzner/greg stuart - dystonia duos (erstAEU)
jurg frey - circles + landscapes (another timbre)
phthalocyanine - navy warship (phthalo)
haptic - excess of vision: unreleased recordings, 2005 - 2014 (notice recordings)
several AE_LIVE soundboard recordings, $2.50 apiece (digital) (warp)

late December spree

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+minus - a rainy koran verse [uk live] (trent oiseaux)
hell yeah - one of my favourites in the genre...
plus sonat quam valet - seneca

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Adrian wrote:
+minus - a rainy koran verse [uk live] (trent oiseaux)
hell yeah - one of my favourites in the genre...
it's fantastic. something truly special

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Lester Bowie: All the Numbers (that's an extended re-release of Numbers 1 & 2)
Roscoe Mitchell: Quartet/Old Sessions
Roscoe Mitchell: Congliptious
Roscoe Mitchell: Before There Was Sound (1965)
Art Ensemble: Early Combinations

I have the first two as LPs, but the re-release CDs above have alternate takes etc. added. Together with a handful of other LPs I bought years ago, this should nicely cover some of the early activities in the AACM (while I'd like to add that most of Muhal Richard Abrams and much of 60s Braxton leaves me quite cold).

I don't have the box set Art Ensemble 1967/68 but I understand some of the CDs above pretty much cover the contents of that box.
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purchases from the Mexican Riveria

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Pedro Infante -- 24 Boleros (visited his house/ museum today, major Mexican movie star and singer)


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MP3 Lo Mejor De E35 Vol. 1 (with three selections by the GREAT Aida Cuevos, I can't go wrong)


and a disc of Andean pan pipe music by Llacta Taki
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john wiese vs. marc baron
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Marc Baron - Carnets (Glistening Examples)
Matt Krefting - Lymph Est (Kye)
Jason Lescalleet / Kevin Drumm - Busman's Holiday (Erstwhile)
Jason Lescalleet - This Is What I Do Vol. 8 (Glistening Examples)

Very pleased with this batch.

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J.F. wrote:Lester Bowie: All the Numbers (that's an extended re-release of Numbers 1 & 2)
Roscoe Mitchell: Quartet/Old Sessions
Roscoe Mitchell: Congliptious
Art Ensemble: Early Combinations

I don't have the box set Art Ensemble 1967/68 but I understand some of the CDs above pretty much cover the contents of that box.
I checked it out today and saw these four titles above include everything that was in that box set, the track listing is identical.

Today's purchase:
I found a website that has quite a lot of Sun Ra stuff in flac... there's many Sun Ra titles from circa 1961 to the early 70s I've been wanting to hear for quite some time now, and today I bought 14 of those, though in flac; I'm getting sick of amassing boxes of new CDs.
Plus Pharoah Sander's early stuff from 1963/64 in that ESP-box; I'm currently very interested in checking out what was recorded in 1962-64, quite a special (formative) period for free jazz. That box includes the bands of Don Cherry, Paul Bley + again Sun Ra from that period.
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Care to share this website there, Jeff?

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After my internet search for certain titles + "flac" added into the search engine, I checked out Boomkat and Bleep a bit closer. I imagine there's probably more similar music portals?

That Pharoah Sanders '63/'64-box is for sale in flac for 11,99 at Bleep, though for me the download process got interrupted several times. Apparently they can't provide a data stream reliable enough to finish such a huge chunk of data... after 5 downloading attempts I didn't hear one thing from that box...
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Improvised Music from Japan sale:
Winter Sale
(until February 29, 2016)

5% off all orders received between now and February 29, 2016
All titles on the IMJ label are on sale for 50% off the regular price.

Titles on the Hitorri / Ftarri / Meenna labels (including the 7-CD set Ftarri Collection) are on sale for 40% off the regular price. This offer does not apply to titles released last year (2015).

http://www.japanimprov.com/cdshop2/index.html

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Embarrassingly a new name for me, haunting stuff:

https://canary-records.bandcamp.com/alb ... gs-1933-37

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first 2016 purchases

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Pisaro/Wolfe - Looking Around


This is brilliant, my favorite Erst since Matterings and/or Detour. The thing is, it sounds so familiar and for lack of a better term "old school", maybe even EFI. I can't really put my finger on it, but it reminds me of my early ventures in improv.

The guitar is kinda easy, that makes me pull out my Derek Bailey cds. But I don't know what the piano reminds me of? A less melodic Micha Mengelberg? A sparse Fred Van Hove? Or a lighter Von Schlippenbach? Maybe even Braxton piano music? I should pull all those out too and compare.

Does somebody else has thoughts on that?

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Or am I totally off the mark here? It just sounds so familiar in a way, which had me just naming improvish pianists I used to listen to a lot.