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a Steve Lacy compilation I did, with stuff from 1957-65 (mostly Monk-tunes)
- it's for one of my drum students who starts to get interested in jazz.
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Supersilent 1-3
New Bjork album

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Piano Mouth wrote:Supersilent 1-3
New Bjork album
I adore the former. How do you like the latter?

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It's ok, I think up there with vespertine which is prob my fav Bjork LP

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1–3 is one of my all-time favorites. due for a revisit.

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Melody, Silence - Michael Pisaro, solo guitar perfomed by Cristián Alvear, on Potlatch.


Good stuff. Something in the guitar tone makes me wanna listen to Derek Bailey again.

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Bryan Eubanks - From the Cistern (Gruenrekorder, 2014)

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I listened to an old fave of mine from 1993 today: Parker/Dunmall/Guy/Levin, "Birmingham Concert"

Holds up pretty well, I think. Because of the two horns fluttering away, it made me want to hear the Jimmy Lyons box (with Borca). Think I'll try to check those discs out over the next couple of weeks.
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Evan Parker meets Paul Dunmall, Whoa.
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Acid Mothers Temple - In 0 to Infinity.

This may actually be their (unheralded) masterpiece.

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I'm getting a real kick out of Aine O'Dwyer's Music for Church Cleaners Vol 1 and 2. If you listen to it long enough, you might just figure out the title's comedic effect.

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Skuj wrote:Acid Mothers Temple - In 0 to Infinity.

This may actually be their (unheralded) masterpiece.
I, too, rate this release highly, although I recall not caring for the vocals on the second track. The last song is one of the best things they've ever written, though.

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great recording—only wish it were longer.

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A few days ago, I checked a few Shonen Knife videos on youtube, to have good laugh. I find them quite ridiculous. I also found a transfer of their very first release, a tape from 1983. What can I say? I ended up buying the CD version of that same thing, I didn't hesitate for a moment. It's still ridiculous, but now it comes right out of my own CD-player.

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I really like their b sides collection, "birds and the b sides"

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Oh, I'm not the only one here who spends time with that stuff? :P
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Nah, I still listen to indie rock and riot grrl bands from the '90s, '00s too

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IKB - Rhinocerus

i don't give a damn rodrigues brothers, but this is pretty nice.
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I've been working my way through Richard Garet's recent release of nearly six hours of live performances from the last couple of years. Only about halfway so far, a bit more noisy than his work released on CD.

http://www.contoureditions.com/releases ... _0011.html

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schiksalgemeinschaft wrote:Image

Melody, Silence - Michael Pisaro, solo guitar perfomed by Cristián Alvear, on Potlatch.


Good stuff. Something in the guitar tone makes me wanna listen to Derek Bailey again.
there is some great music by Alvear on the Net.
John Cage, and some lesser known Spanish composers, ranging from contemporary guitar to more avant. check Santiago Astaburuaga here:
http://cristianalvearmontecino.bandcamp ... cha-i-2013

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