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post #5101 of 6420

Ornette! - Ornette Coleman

Sergio Mendes - Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66

Vicente Cover - Latin American Music for Guitar (works by Ponce, Brouwer, Piazzolla, etc)

 

 

and a couple of second hand LPs:

 

Pat Metheny - New Chautauqua

Al Di Meola - Tour De Force - "Live"

post #5102 of 6420

Only three albums this time, but they were good finds and two are two-disc sets so there are actually five discs in total.

 

When I bought these at my local record store the man behind the counter told me it's nice to see someone buy something that's actually good music for a change. He has been approving of my CD purchases in the past as well, but it was still a nice thing to hear, although, the fact that majority of people listen to music that is… um, not very good (I'm trying to be polite), is kind of sad. He has actually seen Ulver and Swans live but regrets not going to see Aphex Twin when he was in Finland a couple of years ago.

 

Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Volume II [2 CDs]

Swans - The Seer [2 CDs]

Ulver - Perdition City

post #5103 of 6420

DMB-Away from the World

 

Brahms-The Symphonies

 

Cassandra Wilson-New Moon Daughter

 

All of these are winners!!

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Hans Zimmer batman the dark knight rises LP

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Good choices. Very good. Nice to hear people in the 'real world' like good music. :D

 

I recently picked up the 3 LP sets of the first 2 there (as posted). I was so frustrated that I missed Swans last week. I would've loved to see it live.

 

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Only three albums this time, but they were good finds and two are two-disc sets so there are actually five discs in total.

 

When I bought these at my local record store the man behind the counter told me it's nice to see someone buy something that's actually good music for a change. He has been approving of my CD purchases in the past as well, but it was still a nice thing to hear, although, the fact that majority of people listen to music that is… um, not very good (I'm trying to be polite), is kind of sad. He has actually seen Ulver and Swans live but regrets not going to see Aphex Twin when he was in Finland a couple of years ago.

 

Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Volume II [2 CDs]

Swans - The Seer [2 CDs]

Ulver - Perdition City

 

Let us know if the awful clipping it still present...also if the dynamic range isn't smashed.

 

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Hans Zimmer batman the dark knight rises LP

post #5106 of 6420

Dün - Eros

Eskaton - 4 Visions

Rialzu - U Riguru

Scherzoo - 01

Miriodor - Avanti!

 

I'm in a zeuhl/RIO trance...

post #5107 of 6420

Pink Floyd - The Wall - LP

The who - Who are you - LP

savatage - gutter Ballet - cd

AC/DC - flick of the switch - LP

 

And i just preordered this 3 lp set - http://www.myplaydirect.com/acdc

 

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post #5108 of 6420

Last bought physical CDs:

  • Caspian - Waking Season (pre-order, waiting for the CD >.< )
  • Collapse Under The Empire - Fragements Of A Prayer
  • Baroness - Yellow & Green (Deluxe Edition)
  • Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will (2CD edition)
  • Tides From Nebula - Aura (Re-mastered)

 

Digital:

  • Toundra - (II)
  • Toundra - (III)
  • MINIONTV - The Last Projectionist
  • So Far As I Know - Far From The Earh Beneath Your Feet
  • Summoner - Phoenix
post #5109 of 6420

LP haul from a new Half Price Books that opened up near me. Tons of good stuff.

 

 

Carol King - Rhymes and Reasons, Tapestry
Elton John - Honky Chateau
The Who - Face Dances
Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
The Edgar Winter Group - They Only Come Out at Night
Billy Joel - Glass Houses
James Taylor - James Taylor
Earth, Wind, and Fire - Spirit
ELP - Brain Salad Surgery
The Moody Blues - On the Threshold of a Dream, Seventh Sojourn
Bruce Springsteen - Born in the U.S.A.
Rush - All the World's a Stage
Sonny and Cher - Mama Was a Rock and Roll Singer
Aretha Franklin - Aretha
Dan Fogelberg - Souvenirs
Fleetood Mac -  Tusk
 
 
Big Brother and the Holding Company - Cheap Thrills
 
Aww yeah.
 
post #5110 of 6420
Lamb - Lamb
Parov Stelar - The Princess
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Tim Buckley - Greetings from LA
Dexter Gordon - Go
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Monuments- Gnosis
Architects- Daybreaker
The Dillinger Escape Plan- Miss Machine
Enter Shikari- Live bootleg 3rd edition

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Epica: Requiem for the indifferent

Leave's Eyes: Vinland Saga

The Antlers: Burst Apart

Brother Ali: Us

Bauhaus: The Sky's Gone Out

Neon Trees: Picture Show

Arctic Monkeys: Suck it and See

New Found Glory: Sticks and Stones

Epica: Classical Conspiracy

Three Days Grace: Life Starts Now

 

 

God, I love used CD bins at record stores!

post #5113 of 6420

found a new record store near me

bloc party: four LP

The killers: day and age LP

post #5114 of 6420

Bill Fay - Time of the Last Persecution (Esoteric Records)

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - Wolfroy goes to Town (Drag City)

Henry Kaiser & Jim O'Rourke - Tomorrow Knows Where You Live (Victo)

Alonso Mudarra / Hopkinson Smith - Tres libros de musica en cifras para vilhuela, Seville, 1546 (Astrée Auvidis)

US Maple - Sang Phat Editor (Skin Graft)

 

All on CD, each very, very good. A pretty good panorama of what plucked strings can do, actually.

post #5115 of 6420

Every time I go into a record store I never know what I'm going to walk out with.

 

 

                  Dead Can Dance - Anastasis                                     Donald Fagen - The Nightfly

 

 

                              Feist - Metals                                        Fiona Apple - The Idler Wheel Is Wiser...

 

                Iiro Rantala - My History of Jazz

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