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Seeing them in 5 days..

Lucky! Enjoy...

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Just discovered this record, and it is brilliant. I don't know how I missed it.

 

 

Also listening to some Dutch indie

 

And I can't stop listening to the new My Bloody Valentine

 

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really, really good!

 

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She died before her time.  Sad end for a 37yo talent.

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Third World Love was founded in 2003 in Barcelona for a tour. Three of its four members (all but the American drummer Daniel Freedman) were born in Israel and the group has since become very popular in Israel and Europe. While their music has accurately been described as a mixture of Middle Eastern and African music along with jazz and rock, in reality Third World Love is an advanced jazz quartet that is influenced by the musicians' ties to Israel, particularly in its often-haunting compositions. New Blues is their fourth CD and it is a particularly strong all-round effort. Interpreting intriguing originals by three of its members (all but Freedman) along with Duke Ellington's "So," the performances feature lyrical and emotional playing by trumpeter Avishai Cohen, versatile solos and accompaniment from pianist Yonatan Avishai, intelligent support and soloing from bassist Omer Avital, and solid backup by drummer Daniel Freedman. The eccentric and exciting "New Blues (Ain't No Thing...)" is a high point. Personnel: Avishai Cohen (trumpet, flugelhorn); Yonathan Avishai (piano); Daniel Freedman (drums); Omer Avital (bass). Down Beat (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The dominant voices here are Avishai Cohen's bluesy, declarative trumpet and Omer Avital's lean bass."
JazzTimes (p.114) - "[With] merry lyricism and easy-flowing grooves....Simultaenously melancholy and buoyant....NEW BLUES is the first Third World Love album that sounds like a band that intends to stick around for awhile..."

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The Doors - Strange Days

 

I have a feeling this is the best this album will ever sound. 200g 45rpm Analogue Productions remaster. Done full analog end to end. Kicks the absolute crap out of any other version I've heard.

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Igor Boxx -  Breslau

Igor Boxx known also as Igor Pudlo (from Ninja Tune's Polish act Skalpel) is opening a new decade with his first solo album, Breslau.In Igor's solo debut album, the inspiration comes like before from his home country and his home town. Breslau tells a tale of 1945 siege of Festung Breslau undertaken by the Red Army. The historical background might mean nothing to an average listener not familiar with the multinational and multicultural history of Breslau (now known as Wroclaw) but this journey is musically so emotional and powerful that it allows anyone to follow the story. Sounds are used to depict the massive force and fury of bolsheviks' attack and the determination of the terrorized civil population of the city to hold on. Krautrock grinding illustrates the monotony of the endless battle, psychodelic ornaments underline the absurd of wartime madness, jazz rhythms sound off the chaos on both sides of the conflict whilst ambient timelessness paints the overwhelming desperation of city defenders' efforts.

 
 

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"Amok" - Atoms For Peace

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The Doors - Strange Days

My favorite The Doors album. Of course the debut is awesome as well; it's so much like a great jazz record.

 


 

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                         ELECTROCUTICA - KOLLECTION+OI

 

I listened to this for the first time with my speaker setup. Hearing ARCA through the 803s was a truly magical moment.

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It's probably my favorite overall, too. The S/T is definitely a close second though.

 

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My favorite The Doors album. Of course the debut is awesome as well; it's so much like a great jazz record.

Since I'm responding anyway...Have these.

 

 

Gnarls Barkley - St.Elsewhere

 

 

Pig Destoryer - Book Burner

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