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What are you listening to right now #16?

Discussion in 'music' started by AlexG, Oct 13, 2006.

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  1. PsB

    PsB Citizen of Nowhere™

    Gabon/Myéné Songs: From Port-Gentil to Lambaréné (CD on the Ocora/Radio France label).
  2. Markus S

    Markus S 41 - 29

    Was: Peter Gabriel, So. Not heard in yonks, but I still quite like some of it.

    Is: Dexter Gordon, Go. On Japanese Blue Note. Who needs coffee when they can listen to that.
  3. joel

    joel mojo working

    Fabulous album.
    Now playing: In praise of Oxala and other gods: black music from South America. An amazing, eye-opening record IMHO. Indispensible in fact.
  4. dss

    dss Musical Bons

    Robert Henke - Signal to Noise Pt 1

    drumless Monolake in other words.

  5. PsB

    PsB Citizen of Nowhere™

  6. rod

    rod beach bum

    Been playing a few albums this afternoon.

    Mono / World's End Girlfriend - Palmless Prayer / Mass Murder Refrain
    Porcupine Tree - Deadwing (I am really taken with Arriving Somewhere... at the moment)
    Boris Kovac and the Ladaaba Orchestra - The Last Balkan Tango: An Apocalyptic Dance Party

    As this is such a great album, I thought I would quote this intro to a review:

    Kovac says "Just imagine there is only one starry night left til the end of the world... what would we do?" Hailing from Serbia, Kovac knows something about apocalypse, and his dark, threatening yet often humorous music is the stuff of nightmares. His saxophone and compositions are abetted in this dream making by an ensemble of bass, violin, reeds percussion and accordion. Dance like it was your last.....

    Anyone have any other Kovac or Ladaaba Orchestra albums? Like to comment?
  7. Fox

    Fox The sound of one hoof clopping

    Earlier: FSOL -- Lifeforms LP (all 4 sides)...

    Currently: Orbital: Satan live (all 4 sides)... (Not played this in maybe 9 years)
  8. The Captain

    The Captain ~~~~~~~~~~

    Bacarisse/ Rodrigo with Manuel Cuebo guitar/ Barca Symphony Orchestra. I think my fav rendition of Concerto D'Aranjuez: very natural and alive.
  9. Fox

    Fox The sound of one hoof clopping

    Dave Holland Quintet: Seeds of time. LP.

    Fantastic set... Everything here... not missing a thing.
  10. simonheys69

    simonheys69 pfm Member

    A Guy Called Gerald - Black Secret Technology.

    Yes, it's still good.
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