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David Sylvian, Rhodri Davies & Mark Wastell - There Is No Love (2017)

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Ghost - Prequelle. (Digit.Download)

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Buckethead – Pike 240 Chart (2016)

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Parne Gadje - Kefi Kefi (2011)

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Nice! How is his new one? I haven't listened to a new Chuck Prophet album in a few years, but I love his music... fits in with that Dave Alvin/Alejandro Escovedo/Tommy Womack vibe of a great songwriter with a great band that's equally comfortable playing a large theatre or a bar with 50 people. My favorite is Let Freedom Ring. Aside from that cover photo, the songs are just great. I like "Leave the Window Open."

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bazbo wrote:
David Sylvian, Rhodri Davies & Mark Wastell - There Is No Love (2017)

What a combination. Rhodri Davies and Mark Wastell are very close to home.
Familiar names in electro acoustic improvisation (in short "eai") and "New London Silence"
(and I myself even played with one of them on a festival - long before they got this kind of exposure though).

Amazing that Sylvian opens up that much to free improv people.

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Camel - Stationary Traveller (1984)

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Post 2018-07-14 09:07   [Quote] 
Ok, just checked what David Sylvian is up to and found out he already had the people from AMM,
few from Polwechsel, Sachiko M, etc. on an earlier CD. So that opening-up to improv/eai already
was there about 10 years ago and I'm just not up tp date.

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14 Days with Popol Vuh. Now I even like the "bad"ones!

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Etron Fou Leloublan ‎– À Prague (11/13/1984 to be precise. Released 2010)
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A few days ago while taking quite a long walk in the woods, I listened through 4 Cecil Taylor
tracks adding up to 5 hours. Among those were "One too many salty swift and not goodbye"
from 1978 with a Unit consisting of Lyons, Malik, Ameen, Sirone and Ronald Shannon Jackson.
I expected that one to be tedious but it was amazing. It's basically two hours of ass-kicking.
I've had this LP set for maybe 20 years, listened to it once or so, and it never left any impression
on me. That is very different now.

I really like that Evan Parker - Derek Bailey - John Stevens like point-to-point improv music. That
stuff can give people quite a monotous impression, but that is because the players have a strong
focus on the present moment, and interact in a very detailed way with what the ensemble plays
now. That way the overall structure of let's say a 30-minute improv can be a little... lacking
of contrast. But if you can adjust your listening to that non-linear approach by focussing in the
same way on the details happening in the presence, it is a very rewarding experience. Who cares
what happened 5 or even 30 minutes ago? Smile

I figure Taylor's approach often is close to that point-to-point playing, albeit pretty much on a
permanent high-energy level. There's Taylor bands that give you a loud and dense 40 minute
free jazz texture that basically sounds the same from start to finish. But when they hit it
(and they often do), this maelstrom never gets boring because there's so much happening on
the level of details. It's probably no coincidence that Taylor later felt so close to the
"point-to-point master drummer" Tony Oxley.

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Post 2018-07-16 12:22   [Quote] 
DA-GONG Fest cont'd

Gilly Smyth - Mother (1978)
Not to belittle the MeToo moment, but Daevid more than deserves co-billing. And they use 1971 Gong recordings as backing tracks.

Daevid Allen - Stoned Innocent Frankenstein (2014 archival release 1971)
If you love Bananamoon, this is the alt version and grand it is. If you haven't listened to Bananamoon at least 70 times,
then one can pass.

Gong - Camembert Electrique (1971) Finally picked up the 2015 re-master (supposedly from the orig tapes) and it is
safe to say all earlier editions can be trashed (including the orig vinyls -- tho' I'd hang onto those for fondling purposes)

Gong ‎– Camembert Eclectique (1995 archival 1970 stuff)
Plenty to love here, and includes the first Gong single (maybe a touch different) so it is nice to have those on disc. Liking tape loops helps.

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Post 2018-07-16 15:15   [Quote] 
Yuke wrote:


Getting ready for the show tomorrow night.


scoobie wrote:
Nice! How is his new one? I haven't listened to a new Chuck Prophet album in a few years, but I love his music... fits in with that Dave Alvin/Alejandro Escovedo/Tommy Womack vibe of a great songwriter with a great band that's equally comfortable playing a large theatre or a bar with 50 people. My favorite is Let Freedom Ring. Aside from that cover photo, the songs are just great. I like "Leave the Window Open."



Cool! That is a great album. The Dreaming Waylon's Dream is excellent. His new one, Bobby Fuller, hasn't quite clicked with me, it's a little dry for my taste. Though, the songs from the album were great live Smile

Here's the albums I like best from him, close to the order they were released.
2002: No Other Love
2004: Age of Miracles
2007: Soap and Water
2009: ¡Let Freedom Ring!
2007: Dreaming Waylon's Dreams

If you're interested, there's some excellent quality shows up on Internet Archive. My two fave's are the Great American Music Hall shows.

https://archive.org/search.php?query=chuck%20prophet%20great%20american%20music%20hall

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