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Richard Pinnell wrote:
cleanzero wrote:Radu Malfatti-Claude-Lorrain 1

Radu Malfatti-L'Effacage

Radu Malfatti-Düsseldorf Oktett

Various-Chamber Music Concerts, Volume 1

Toshimaru Nakamura/English (Joe Foster/Bonnie Jones) One Day

Annette Krebs -sgraffito

Joe Foster/Kevin Parks - IPSI SIBI SOMNIA FINGUNT

Rhodri Davies, David Lacey, Dennis McNulty -Poor Trade
Such taste ;)

I know...but still waiting for every single item :cry:
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cleanzero wrote:Toshimaru Nakamura/English (Joe Foster/Bonnie Jones) One Day
Anyone heard this disc yet? I'm gonna get a copy, nonetheless, but I don't think I've read any words about it...

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Joda wrote:
cleanzero wrote:Toshimaru Nakamura/English (Joe Foster/Bonnie Jones) One Day
Anyone heard this disc yet? I'm gonna get a copy, nonetheless, but I don't think I've read any words about it...

There's a review at Just Outside:

http://olewnick.blogspot.com/

I have the record. It's surprising, not something you can "digest" in one sitting.

To me, it's more about story-telling than setting an atmosphere, if you see what I mean. When listening to it, I'm sometimes tempted to hit "pause" to relax before going on with the narrative nature of the music. It's a huge compliment for me because to narrate you need a vocabularty, and you really get a sense of musicians with a rich vocabulary, although with very rough intonations in some places !

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and a nice digipack too...

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Yes, this is an excellent release. If you enjoyed this one Julien you should try & get hold of the other English releases (maybe send a PM to Joe & he'll tell you how). As an English teacher you have to know the language :)
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just paypal'd for:

brendan murray "commonwealth" cd
graham lambkin/jason lescalleet "the breadwinner" cd
kevin drumm "imperial distort." 2cd
howard stelzer "bond inlets" cd
taiga remains "ribbons" cd
john davis "the gold hooped" cd
oren ambarchi "pendulum's embrace" 2lp
three legged race "living order/mourning order" lp

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Debussy / Ravel - String Quartet in G minor / String Quartet in F major (Drolc Quartet)
Robert Schumann - Symphonic & Posthumous Etudes (Murray Perahia)
Claude Debussy - La Mer / Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune / Printemps (Orchestre National de l'ORTF / Jean Martinon)
Franz Schubert - Symphony #9 (Solti, Vienna)
Chava Alberstein - London

all used lps
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- Sonic Youth (CD re-release of first ep + early live stuff)

together with: books
- some photo documentary about punk
- and a new book about the german punk/post-punk/NDW-scenery "Als die Welt noch unterging"


The most remarkable thing about those three purchases: after having bought them, I put them directly into my rehearsal room, left them there for about one week - and during that week I didn't think once of them. I entirely forgot about them. When setting up for a gig yesterday, I found the bag in a drum case and thought "haa? - what's this?".

I apparently started the habit to buy stuff I believe to be interested in. :roll:


I'm more excited about another new purchase:
"Cosmik Debris" - apparently substancial documentation on Frank Zappa
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Lots of cassettes this time (and I am out of money once again).

Alistair Crosbie / BM / Divine Coils / Family Battle Bnake - 4x split (Soundholes)
Alistair Crosbie - Forest of Swollen Eyes (Sick Head)
Alistair Crosbie - Sad Faces of the Moon (Peasant Magik)
Eye Shaking Kingdom - Heavy Glass (Arbor)
Isolde - untitled (Penny Poppet) (I am an idiot)

Fabio Orsi - Picture Myself in a Cloud (Ruralfaune)

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Kevin Drumm - Imperial Distortion

Toshimaru Nakamura - Dance Music

extended pieces r us.

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Alastair wrote:Toshimaru Nakamura - Dance Music

extended pieces r us.
Huh, I hadn't even heard of this before now. Reading an online description sounds intriguing. Have you checked it out yet Al? Any thoughts?
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yeah, it just came out, I have copies en route.

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i tried for a copy on ebay, but someone else wanted it more than i did. i guess i'll wait till jon has it.

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I forgot to list this one, bought at a Scorch Trio concert:

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And got this one on Saturday, as a birthday present (just listened once to the DVD, and it's very good):

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hatta wrote:
Alastair wrote:Toshimaru Nakamura - Dance Music

extended pieces r us.
Huh, I hadn't even heard of this before now. Reading an online description sounds intriguing. Have you checked it out yet Al? Any thoughts?
Not had a chance to listen yet. Hopefully tonight.

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mudd wrote:i guess i'll wait till jon has it.
which is now, they just showed up. whoo!

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Much to my surprise, apparently scored the last CD of "Leonard Bernstein Conducts Music of Our Time" from Amazon Japan, nice.

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bostontricky wrote:Much to my surprise, apparently scored the last CD of "Leonard Bernstein Conducts Music of Our Time" from Amazon Japan, nice.

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Is that this one?

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If so I have that and have very little time for it. The Fedman piece (called "Last pieces" though written in 1958) is pretty awful, though I'm not sure if thats down to it being a very unusual composition amongst Feldman's catalogue, or its just played badly. It sounds more like a Tom and Jerry cartoon soundtrack than something you might expect from Feldman.

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Yes and no, Richard: it's a reissue of the original LP as far as I can tell, so it has the Ligeti and Feldman pieces, along with four live short pieces here titled "Four Improvisations by the Orchestra". I'll keep your advice in mind while listening to the Feldman, the whole enterprise doesn't really seem like a Lenny Bernstein production.

I picked up the disc mainly for Larry Austin's "Improvisations for Orchestra and Jazz Soloists", with Barre Phillips and Don Ellis.

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just ordered Olivier Capparos/Lionel Marchetti - Livre des morts

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