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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Armadillo[1]
Thelonious Monk – Mønk
Barre Phillips – End to End
Charlie Haden & Brad Mehldau – Long Ago And Far Away
Aaron Parks – Little Big
Cuong Vu – Ballet (The Music of Michael Gibbs)
Cuong Vu – Change In The Air
Florian Weber – Lucent Waters
Dave Liebman – Fire
Dave Liebman – Ceremony
Dave Liebman – Opal Heart
Bruce Gertz – Blueprint
Bruce Gertz – Third Eye
Gary Burton Quartet In Concert 1968
Daniele Roccato – Scodanibbio: Alisei
Max Richter – Werk ohne Autor, Never Look Away
Nora Shulman, Norbert Kraft, Mauro Giuliani – Duets for Flute and Guitar
Gurdjieff, De Hartmann, Alain Kremski ‎– Voyage Vers Des Lieux Inaccessibles / Journey To Inaccessible Places (Vol. 1)
Éliane Radigue ‎– Trilogie De La Mort
Éliane Radigue ‎– Mila’s Journey Inspired By A Dream
Éliane Radigue – Transamortem
Akira Rabelais – The Little Glass

 

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Some newish things I’ve been checking out…in addition to continued spins from previous months, particularly Abercrombie and ECM things.

King Crimson – Meltdown (Live in Mexico 2017)
Ellen Fullman & Okkyung Lee – The Air Around Her
Gavin Bryars – New York
Gavin Bryars – Adelaide Town Hall
Howard Skempton- Well, Well Cornelius
Steve Reich – Music For 18 Musicians, Ensemble Modern
Steve Reich – Four Organs, Steve Reich, Steve Chambers, Art Murphy & Jon Gibson
Steve Reich- Variations for Winds, Strings and Keyboards, Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ & Six Pianos, SF Symphony
Philip Glass & Steve Reich – Music 4 Hands, Maki Namekawa and Dennis Russell Davies
James McVinnie, Philip Glass – The Grid
Tangerine Dream – The Virgin Years 1974-1978
Daniel Lentz – Missa Umbrarum
Daniel Lentz – The Crack in the Bell
Peter Garland – The Birthday Party
Pete Namlook and Tetsu Inoue – 62 Eulengasse
Alio Die – Under An Holy Ritual
Alio Die & Robert Rich – Fissures

Björn Meyer – Provenance
Aaron Parks – Find the Way
Ron Miles – Quiver
John Abercrombie – Current Events
John Abercrombie – November
Tim Miller – Trio
Thelonious Monk – Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Sungjae Son – Near East Quartet
John Scofield – Bar Talk
John Scofield – East Meets West

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