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Hi, not sure if this topic has been started if not here it is, I am sure there are heaps of ECM fans here and would be good to share some of your favourites.

I will start with one of Keith's best solo concerts, this is a 10lps box set, hours of amazing music.

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Perhaps his masterpiece. The finest music I have bought this year. Profound poetry with humane gravitas.

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These arrived today direct from ECM, and their vinyl catalog, lots of good stuff there too. Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

Where do I start? I am new to this stuff, but a few I have enjoyed lately are Ralph Towner & some Oregon, John Surman, Egberto Gismonti, Charles Lloyd, Anouar Brahem, Kayhan Kalhor, Vassilis Tsabropolous, Alexander Knaifel & Arvo Paert. I have the original vinyl pressings of Jarrett's "Concerts" series. It is such a timeless label.....

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Where do I start? I am new to this stuff, but a few I have enjoyed lately are Ralph Towner & some Oregon, John Surman, Egberto Gismonti, Charles Lloyd, Anouar Brahem, Kayhan Kalhor, Vassilis Tsabropolous, Alexander Knaifel & Arvo Paert. I have the original vinyl pressings of Jarrett's "Concerts" series. It is such a timeless label.....

Are you talking about the 3lps "concerts"?

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Yes, and Koln

 

edit, the box is signed on the back "Oren Ambarchi 6/5/86". I must have bought it from him in the redeye secondhand store over twenty years ago.

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I have Koln on vinyl. A bit of surface noise but holy crap it sounds good.

 

Also Hymns/Spheres which is just Jarrett and a massive pipe organ. He gets some wild sounds out of it.

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I have the original "concerts" and the new 180g of Koln plus a few of his other ones on CDs and original vinyl too, great music.

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currently been been listening to 'dark eyes' - tomasz stanko.

great album!

love the ecm label!!!!

so many great releases over the years, and lately they are back on form after a little lull.

Saw him in Sydney a few years ago, great stuff!

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I will start with one of Keith's best solo concerts, this is a 10lps box set, hours of amazing music.

 

I have Koln (2LP), Concerts (3LP) and Sun Bear (10LP). Also got La Scala, Paris, Vienna, Rio, and Radiance on CD, but the first three are me faves.

 

--Geoff

 

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My fave Jarrett is The Survivors Suite with his American quartet. Haden, Dewey Redmond & Paul Motion.Incredible band & sublime composition.

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what timing.

am listening to aaron parks - 'arborescence', at the moment.

That's what I missed last time from the ecm FS, should have bought this too...

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Currently giving this a spin for the first time and enjoying it greatly.  A few imperfections on my copy, but by and large it plays very nicely.  Like most ECM releases, it has original and genuinely interesting/engaging compositions.

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Currently giving this a spin for the first time and enjoying it greatly. A few imperfections on my copy, but by and large it plays very nicely. Like most ECM releases, it has original and genuinely interesting/engaging compositions.

Hi Andrew, give it a good clean or if you have record revirginizer, it should sound better, I bought this used at least a year ago and have not clean it at all, only listened once on one side only.

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Hi Andrew, give it a good clean or if you have record revirginizer, it should sound better, I bought this used at least a year ago and have not clean it at all, only listened once on one side only.

Cheers

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I'll add it to the ever growing list of "I must get off my lazy backside and give it a clean" pile.  So much more fun listening to records than cleaning them.  If there's anyone out there who feels the reverse to be true, please drop me a line...

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I'll add it to the ever growing list of "I must get off my lazy backside and give it a clean" pile. So much more fun listening to records than cleaning them. If there's anyone out there who feels the reverse to be true, please drop me a line...

I am in the same boat as you mate...

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ECM are a trustworthy and carefully curated label so you know whatever they do its going to be interesting.

I'm a big fan of John Surman who i discovered through the brilliant Thimar album, which also lead me to Anouar Brahem

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I think Surman's music has such a spiritual quality. He uses synthesizers to great effect, and his circular breathing creates an absorbing minimalism.

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Lumen Drones

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Nils Økland Fiddles

Per Steinar Lie Guitars

Ørjan Haaland Drums

I suspect this one is for the adventurous out there only. The name of the band gives it away. Usual ECM SQ but perhaps not your usual ECM release. For me impossible not to be sucked in by its hypnotic spell. Hauntingly beautiful fiddle.

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Food-Quiet Inlet.

Personnel: Thomas Strønen: drums, live electronics; Iain Ballamy: tenor and soprano saxophones; Nils Petter Molvær: trumpet and electronics (2, 4-6); Christian Fennesz: guitar and electronics (1, 3, 7).

Record Label: ECM Records

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where did you get the vinyl copy of tord or was that from james ?

Byron, it's a cd, don't think Tord has ever released vinyl... Haven't got a chance to go to James place yet, may be next week if I drive to work.

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