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submitted Stravinsky*, Philharmonia Orchestra / Markevitch* - Rite Of Spring. over 6 years ago
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posted a review of David Bedford / Piers Adams, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Crouch End Festival Chorus, Jac van Steen, Martyn Brabbins - Alleluia Timpanis • Symphony No 1 • Recorder Concerto • Twelve Hours Of Sunset. over 6 years ago
This collection deserves much wider recognition. "Twelve Hours of Sunset" and the Symphony No 1 I find more impressive than his (wonderful) 70s rock/electronic/classical experiments. This is modern composition which borders on the avant-garde but it ... See full review
posted a review of Richard Harvey (2) - A New Way Of Seeing. over 7 years ago
Yes, this is very reminiscent of Mike Oldfield, but it's a good album in its own right and it repays repeat listens. You can certainly tell it comes from the mastermind behind classics like "Midnight Mushrumps" or "Ein Klein Heldenleben". This is ... See full review
posted a comment on Godspeed You Black Emperor! - F♯ A♯ ∞. over 8 years ago
Yes, I think a lot of people think they have an original because they have the picture on the front and all the inserts.
posted a review of Trumans Water - Of Thick Tum. over 8 years ago
Even if you already have the standard CD or LP, you need this version for the epic "Secret Bloodthirst", a key early Truman track that slowly builds from tense and hypnotic semi-improv ramble into the tightest, most lethal all-out rock attack I think ... See full review
posted a comment on Godspeed You Black Emperor! - F♯ A♯ ∞. over 8 years ago
That's not quite right. The reissue does have a picture glued on the front, but it is a digital print not a proper photograph as in the first 500 copies.
posted a review of Soft Machine - Live At Henie Onstad Art Centre 1971. over 8 years ago
The playing, sound and recording of this live set is outstanding. Lovely pressing from Smalltown Superjazz in a nice matt sleeve. You get Soft Machine at the absolute height of their powers, playing a near flawless gig. Get it!