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  1. Noice selections ... I got both CDs ... might queue 'em up on the Squeezebox. --Geoff
  2. "Intelligent Dance Music" ... used to be a thing back in the early 90s with the Warp label, etc. Aphex Twin, Autechre, etc ... basically nerdy electronic music made in home studios and not meant for dancing. --Geoff
  3. State Azure - Modular Works II -- 25 tracks of (apparently) improvised electronic noodling ... quite a decent and coherent collection of tracks, running through a variety of styles from IDM to ambient to space. "Name Yer Price" lossless download from Bandcamp. --Geoff
  4. Some CDs wot I got today from the "2 for $1" bin: Featuring: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 2xCD, Booker T & The MGs, Rythym And Soul compilation 2xCD, Squeeze, Wings Over America 2xCD, Summer '87 compilation (gotta have me some Dangerzone), Seals & Crofts, Blossom Dearie, Leonard Cohen cover versions, 2 x Catfish (that's Don Walker from Cold Chisel for you philistines), 2 x Gossling (dunno much about her ... Aussie warbler I think), The Dingoes, The Revelators. --Geoff
  5. Aleks Michalski - Aeternum -- latest release, space music with a touch of Ascendant and Brian Eno. "Name Yer Price" lossless download at Bandcamp. --Geoff
  6. Melanohelios - Steps. - described as "a brilliant album containing the actual astronauts' transmissions from NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery STS-51-A mission which was launched into outer space on November 8, 1984. Set to Melanohelios' outstanding original music, the astronauts' transmissions are dramatic and breathtaking, showing the amazement and wonder of space exploration". Yep. "US$1 for the lossless download from Bandcamp. --Geoff
  7. Cerrone - Supernature (Sam Redmore's '77 Club Mix) -- this brings back memories of watching The Kenny Everett Show back in the day, which often featured the Hot Gossip dancers gyrating to this Giorgio Moroder type tune. This is a recent 14 minute remix. "Name Yer Price" lossless download from Bandcamp. --Geoff
  8. It's been in my LP collection for years ... tucked behind the stereo version ... and I forgot that I had it. So yeah a "nice find" --Geoff
  9. Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out -- found a mono LP in the stacks, giving it a spin now. --Geoff
  10. Out on a limb at Lake Weyba. --Geoff
  11. Interesting selection of CDs wot I got this morning at the markets, only a couple of shekels each, filling in some gaps in the collection: --Geoff
  12. Ha. I bought this LP for $1 when I was in the USA recently ... got it in the 'play' pile for tonight. --Geoff
  13. Jade Warrior - Waves -- a kinda fusion lite instrumental record. --Geoff
  14. Wings Of An Angel - Graveyard Flowers -- subtitled "Genuinely Melancholic Original Classical Compositions For Piano And Cello", this is 2 hours of random piano walks with mournful cello over the top. Hypnotic. "Name Yer Price" lossless download from Bandcamp. --Geoff
  15. I like the first song with the Beach Boys harmonies ... but not much else IIRC. Gimme 90125 anyday for a fix of 80s Yes. --Geoff
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