What LPs have you listened to recently?

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Jethro Tull - 20 Years Of

disc 3 "Flawed Gems"

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Dixie Dregs - Night of the Living Dregs

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Brand X - Unorthodox Behavior

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Jethro Tull - 20 Years Of

disc 3 "Flawed Gems"

Great set Jack, I've got the CD version.    :thumb:

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Porcupine Tree - Closure / Continuation

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Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused to Sing (And Other Stories)

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Nosound - Sol29

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Porcupine Tree - House Of Blues Los Angeles 2003

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Greasy Truckers - Live at Dingwalls Dance Hall

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Greasy Truckers Live at Dingwalls Dance Hall is a 1973 live double album by various artists recorded at an October 1973 Greasy Truckers concert at the Dingwalls Dance Hall at Camden Lock in Camden Town, London. Notwithstanding its title, not all the tracks on the album are from the Dingwalls Dance Hall concert.

One side each -

Camel
Henry Cow
Global Village Trucking Company
Gong

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FM - Direct To Disc

Canada day - FM is a Canadian progressive rock music group formed in 1976 in Toronto

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Harmonium - Si On Avait Besoin D'Une Cinquième Saison

Harmonium was a Quebec progressive rock band formed in 1972 in Montreal. This concept album included five songs, each one representing a season with the last song being a long instrumental representing a fifth and imaginary season.

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Black Mountain - IV


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On their 4th release, this Canadian group delivers an extraordinarily powerful psychedelic metal album that rocks the rafters and oozes character from every note

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Sinoia Caves - Beyond the Black Rainbow OST


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Sinoia Caves is the solo project of Black Mountain's Jeremy Schmidt and his vast array of organs and synthesisers. Mr. Schmidt uses nothing but old analog gear, including even the Hammond organ and Mellotron, as well as various synths, to give it that '70s/early '80s vibe that brings to mind the likes of John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Schulze, etc 

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Klaatu - Hope


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Superb is the word to describe this album as well as the fitting cover.
It's a pity this Canadian band was too easily rumored to be a reunited Beatles, undercover, as, apart from the high musical standard, there's not much Beatlesque about them.

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Godspeed You! Black Emperor - F#a#oo


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F#a#oo (pronounced "F-sharp, A-sharp, Infinity") is the debut studio album by Canadian post-rock band Godspeed You! Black Emperor.

The album opens with a low voice reciting a dark poem which conjures up images of destruction and armageddon. The rest of the album is mostly instrumental, and follows the same mood set up by the introductory poem.
And so begins f#a#oo, one of the most auspicious debuts of the nineties, if not in all of prog-rock. F#a#oo is many things - haunting, ominous, hallucinogenic, pensive, depressive and hopeful, a sort of Court of the Crimson King for the post-rock generation.

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Solstice - Mirage


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Among the well-known bands emerging from the huge progressive movement in Quebec,Canada, there were some ''smaller'' names,which didn't achieved the huge success or big promotion of their native groups.Such kind of a band were SOLSTICE,an intially four- member group found in mid-70's
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