What Avant-garde music or Free Improvisation Are You Currently Listening To?

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Hey!  It's like you're pulling CD's from right off the shelf behind where I'm sitting here in my office.

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Hey!  It's like you're pulling CD's from right off the shelf behind where I'm sitting here in my office.

I was just going to reply “But I am pulling CDs from the shelf behind you”  ... but then realized how creepy that sounded, in an M. Night Shyamalan sort of way.

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I was just going to reply “But I am pulling CDs from the shelf behind you”  ... but then realized how creepy that sounded, in an M. Night Shyamalan sort of way.

Yeah, would have made the hair on the back of my neck stand up.

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Yeah, would have made the hair on the back of my neck stand up.

No worries there mate. Oh, by the way, nice office art.

Just kidding, just kidding!




Chris Jonas The Sun Spits Cherries

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Wayne Shorter ‎– Speak No Evil




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An excellent disc but more appropriate on the "What Jazz Album are you listening to?" thread:

https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=87426.msg1726889;topicseen#new

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Dammit - I wondered where that post went, my bad.

I'll have to throw an Ornette Coleman on the table and post to undo my mistake.  :wink:

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Not the best Cowell, not the best Burn

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Following Henry Cowell, it’s time for a Henry Cow marathon! (Andy, plz let me know if inappropriate for here.)




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Following Henry Cowell, it’s time for a Henry Cow marathon! (Andy, plz let me know if inappropriate for here.)




Henry Cow is pretty avant-garde I'd say.  A good, interesting addition to this thread.

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Henry Cow is pretty avant-garde I'd say.  A good, interesting addition to this thread.

Oh great. Now my weekend is shot to hell.




Vinyl
In Praise of Learning
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Vinyl, 2lp set.

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Rebecca Saunders : Miniata for accordion, piano, chorus and orchestra (2004)
Nicolas Hodges, piano
Teodoro Anzellotti, accordion
SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden Und Freiburg/Hans Zender


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