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The original art is quirky, but the new art is just mind-blowing

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Bob Dylan [The Basement Tapes]

Fats Domino [Blueberry Hill!]

Yo La Tengo [I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One]

Lee Scratch Perry [Return Of The Super Ape]

Kid Cudi (Man On The Moon)

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Checked out the bargain vinyl at my local record store... all pretty much mintbiggrin.gif

 

Duran Duran - Arena(recorded around the world 1984

The Alan Parsons Project - I Robot

Billy Cobham - Spectrum

Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert

Sting -  The Dream of the Blue Turtles

Yes- Tormato

John Williams - Superman the Movie score

Cannonball Adderly - The Cannonball Adderly Collection Volume 6

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Hikarisyuyo - SONO TENOHIRA NI SASARU TOGE

 

AVTechNO! - SouZou (EP)

 

Finally decided to make some purchases after so long.. I might be ordering a few more.

 

On a side note, this is my 1,000th post. :o

 

EDIT: This just came in. $7 from Amazon, couldn't pass it up.


Edited by Destroysall - 3/29/13 at 7:15pm
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Kvelertak - Kvelertak




Kvelertak - Meir




Awesome Norwegian Black Metal band. They have a great Foo Fighters influence. Listen to this song and you'll see.


Edited by JuanseAmador - 3/29/13 at 11:14am
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Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert

 

This remains one of my very best used vinyl puchases of all time.  Being in good shape, sounds so so so good.  And such an out-of-this-world record.  I'm assuming there's only the ECM version out there.

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A quick question for fans of Japanese music : what's a good retailer to import from ? They'd need to ship to Europe. The cheaper the better, obviously.

The reason : I'm looking for a Jim O'Rourke curated hommage to Burt Bacharach titled "All Kinds of People Love Burt Bacharach", published, apparently by Indies Japan / Zoom and am not willing to pay the extortionate prices asked by Amazon Marketplace sellers.

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Black Sabbath - debut - 1996 Castle remaster

Black Sabbath - Paranoid - 2009 Sanctuary remaster

Black Sabbath - Master of Reality - 2009 Sanctuary remaster

Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks - remaster

The Doors - debut - 40th anniversary remaster

 

All are CD versions...

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A quick question for fans of Japanese music : what's a good retailer to import from ? They'd need to ship to Europe. The cheaper the better, obviously.

The reason : I'm looking for a Jim O'Rourke curated hommage to Burt Bacharach titled "All Kinds of People Love Burt Bacharach", published, apparently by Indies Japan / Zoom and am not willing to pay the extortionate prices asked by Amazon Marketplace sellers.


I order typically from YesAsia. What's great about ordering from them is that they contribute their sale counts to both the Oricon and Hanteo Charts (an equivalent to the Billboards Charts here in the US). They also have a Global site that ships to Europe and other places in the world. Shipping prices aren't too bad either and I did a quick search for the item you are looking for, and it appears they have it for a reasonable price as well. smile.gif

 

Main Website: http://www.yesasia.com/global/en/home.html

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Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert

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Originally Posted by s m @ View Post

This remains one of my very best used vinyl puchases of all time.  Being in good shape, sounds so so so good.  And such an out-of-this-world record.  I'm assuming there's only the ECM version out there.

 

I'm checking this out now after reading your recommendations, and WOW... this is such an incredible album, I am in awe.

I've also just called all my local vinyl shops to see if they have one in stock, but to no avail. I will be searching for this one.

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Originally Posted by Bee inthe Attic View Post

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Originally Posted by Oteil View Post

Keith Jarrett - The Koln Concert

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Originally Posted by s m @ View Post

This remains one of my very best used vinyl puchases of all time.  Being in good shape, sounds so so so good.  And such an out-of-this-world record.  I'm assuming there's only the ECM version out there.

 

I'm checking this out now after reading your recommendations, and WOW... this is such an incredible album, I am in awe.

I've also just called all my local vinyl shops to see if they have one in stock, but to no avail. I will be searching for this one.

 

I recommend checking out Keith Jarrett's "Sun Bear Concerts" which contains five similar concerts recorded live in Japan a year after his tremendous Köln concert. One of the best thing I own on CD. I know it has been released on LP as well but that might be incredibly difficult to acquire; costly definitely.

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I recommend checking out Keith Jarrett's "Sun Bear Concerts" which contains five similar concerts recorded live in Japan a year after his tremendous Köln concert. One of the best thing I own on CD. I know it has been released on LP as well but that might be incredibly difficult to acquire; costly definitely.

 

Even the CD is costly for this album (box set). The cheapest Amazon sellers have it for $95, and Amazon sells the MP3 downloads for $54. Think I'll check my local stores for used copies on this one.

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Originally Posted by TJ Elite View Post

I recommend checking out Keith Jarrett's "Sun Bear Concerts" which contains five similar concerts recorded live in Japan a year after his tremendous Köln concert. One of the best thing I own on CD. I know it has been released on LP as well but that might be incredibly difficult to acquire; costly definitely.

 

Even the CD is costly for this album (box set). The cheapest Amazon sellers have it for $95, and Amazon sells the MP3 downloads for $54. Think I'll check my local stores for used copies on this one.

 

Yeah, I believe I paid around a hundred euros for my box set, but it does have six CDs (one of them is kinda short though) so the price per disc is still perfectly acceptable IMO, especially since it's ECM so the sound quality is immaculate and the performances themselves are superb.

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Mumford & Sons Babel

Mumford & Sons Sigh No More

Tron Legacy Soundtrack

The Clash London Calling

Dead Poets Society Soundtrack

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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post


I order typically from YesAsia. What's great about ordering from them is that they contribute their sale counts to both the Oricon and Hanteo Charts (an equivalent to the Billboards Charts here in the US). They also have a Global site that ships to Europe and other places in the world. Shipping prices aren't too bad either and I did a quick search for the item you are looking for, and it appears they have it for a reasonable price as well. smile.gif

Main Website: http://www.yesasia.com/global/en/home.html

So they do ! Thanks. Amusing to notice American releases are cheaper than Japanese ones there.
It'll be nice to think my purchase of a three year old Bacharach tribute album will contribute to the charts, however unlikely it is to make it.
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