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Feb 10, 2014 at 8:14 AM Post #50,011 of 118,140

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Can't seem to be able to stop listening to these thoroughly charming and delightful Brautigam performances of Haydn's keyboard sonatas:
 

 
 
 
 
Actually, I did manage to insert a couple of contrasting items:
 
Alexander Zemlinsky's 4th String Quartet
 

 
and Christoph Graupner's Suite in F major, GWV 451
 

 
Feb 10, 2014 at 8:23 AM Post #50,012 of 118,140

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Walk of life
 
Feb 10, 2014 at 9:13 AM Post #50,014 of 118,140

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A friend of mine on the "Let's talk about Metal" Headfi pages turned me on to these guys. He knows I have a taste for the weird & experimental ...this has to be about the most avant garde metal I've ever heard-but really interesting.

I learned about Kayo Dot a few years ago through Rate Your Music. They seem to be one of those groups most hardcore RYMers drool over. Their debut album is at least in my eyes (and in those of many others) still by far their best effort. Hubardo is nice, but I find the quality from track to track to be a bit too inconsistent and on a close to 100-minute album I think that's more than a minor gripe. I'm still waiting for my copy of the vinyl to be shipped, though, so I've yet to hear the album on my speakers which might make the album easier to follow and affect my opinion of it as a whole.
 
Feb 10, 2014 at 1:34 PM Post #50,019 of 118,140

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Tommy with his new custom Maton 
 

 
Feb 10, 2014 at 1:48 PM Post #50,020 of 118,140

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I am listening to a collection of CDs that were produced by the "cool jazz" station KKSF, based in San Fransisco. I have every CD of theirs except one that became a collectors edition for over $100 now. There allot of CDs, so this may take awhile to get through, like a few days. :)

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Feb 10, 2014 at 3:26 PM Post #50,021 of 118,140

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I learned about Kayo Dot a few years ago through Rate Your Music. They seem to be one of those groups most hardcore RYMers drool over. Their debut album is at least in my eyes (and in those of many others) still by far their best effort. Hubardo is nice, but I find the quality from track to track to be a bit too inconsistent and on a close to 100-minute album I think that's more than a minor gripe. I'm still waiting for my copy of the vinyl to be shipped, though, so I've yet to hear the album on my speakers which might make the album easier to follow and affect my opinion of it as a whole.

Hubardo is what I heard-streamed it on my stereo through a Sonos system. Beyond bizarre! It is a long recording as you say.
 
Feb 10, 2014 at 3:35 PM Post #50,022 of 118,140

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Feb 10, 2014 at 3:38 PM Post #50,023 of 118,140

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  Can't seem to be able to stop listening to these thoroughly charming and delightful Brautigam performances of Haydn's keyboard sonatas:
 

 
 
 
 
Actually, I did manage to insert a couple of contrasting items:
 
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Ahh Ronald Brautigam, I love his Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven!
 
..when I'm in a forte mood that is
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Feb 10, 2014 at 5:53 PM Post #50,025 of 118,140

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Melancholic folk music from Chris Porterfield, who is constantly referred to as "former bandmate of Justin Vernon". He deserves a much more honorable description; I often prefer his music to Vernon's projects.
 

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