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D'OH!

4,000 POSTS!

:party::party:

(I'm a bit slow on the uptake today.)

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I just got an email that Verge is having a sale. Some great titles contained within, altough I will not be ordering anything this time. All prices are in Canadian dollars, fwiw.

Dear Verge Customer,

Sorry to intrude again this month but we couldn't help but wonder if some of you might be interested in this eclectic batch of recordings at a significantly reduced price. These are not cut-outs, it's a former distributor's batch. We have these in stock and ready to ship but we can also accept backorders for one month. The sale price is available for one month but only while our source's supply lasts. As always with cut-outs the availability is limited. Sale Ends Feb 20th 2005.

1. Anderson Quartet, Fred Birdhouse OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

2. Anderson, Fred & DKV Trio Fred Anderson/DKV Trio OKKA DISK WAS $17NOW $8

3. Anderson, Fred & Steve McCall Vintage Duets: Chicago, January 11,1980 OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

4. Axon Perceptions RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

5. Bailey, Derek & Gregg Bendian Banter O.O. DISCS WAS $19 NOW $8

6. Bardo State Orchestra, The & Tibetan Monks Wheels Within Wheels IMPETUS RECORDS WAS $25 NOW $8

7. Bendian, Gregg Gregg Bendian’s Interzone EREMITE WAS $17 NOW $12

8. Braxton, Anthony 2 Compositions (Jarvenpaa) 1988/ EnsembleBraxtonia LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

9. Braxton, Anthony Quartet (London) 1985 LEO RECORDS ENGLAND WAS $36 NOW $22

10. Braxton, Anthony & Evan Parker Duo (London) 1993 LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

11. Braxton, Anthony & Evan Parker & Paul Rutherford Trio (London) 1993 LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

12. Braxton, Anthony & Georg Graewe Duo (Amsterdam) 1991 OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

13. Butcher/Durrant/Russell Concert Moves RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $10

14. Chadbourne, Eugene Boogie With The Hook LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

15. Conglomerate The Bible Says IMPETUS RECORDS WAS $24 NOW $8

16. Courvoisier, Sylvie & Mark Nauseef Birds of a Feather UNIT RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $10

17. Crispell Quartet, Marilyn Santuerio LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

18. Crispell, Marilyn Live in Zurich LEO RECORDS ENGLAND WAS $19 NOW $8

19. Crispell, Marilyn & Reggie Workman & Doug James Gaia LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

20. Dick, Robert & Mari Kimura Irrefragable Dreams RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

21. DKV Trio Baraka OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

22. Eskelin, Ellery & Andrea Parkins Green Bermudas EREMITE WAS $20 NOW $10

23. Favre, Pierre Portrait UNIT RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $10

24. Frisque Concordance Spellings RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

25. Gamelan Pacifica Trance Gong WHAT NEXT RECORDINGS WAS $19 NOW $8

26. Ganelin Trio Catalogue LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

27. Ganelin Trio, The Encores LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

28. Garland, Peter Border Music WHAT NEXT? WAS $19 NOW $8

29. Gustafsson, Mats Parrot Fish Eye: Duets and Trios — Chicago 1994 OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

30. Gustafsson, Mats, Barry Guy & Paul Lovens Mouth Eating Trees and

Related Activities OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

31. Guy, Barry & the Now Orchestra Study - Witch Gong Game II/10 MAYA

WAS $22 NOW $11

32. Hallett, Sylvia Let’s Fall Out MASH PRODUCTIONS WAS $28 NOW $15

33. Hemingway Quintet, Gerry Slamadam RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW

$15

34. Hemingway, Gerry Acoustic Solo Works 1983-94 RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS

$20 NOW $15

35. Hemingway, Gerry Electric-Acoustic Solo Works 1984-95 RANDOM

ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $15

36. Ho, Fred & the Afro Asian Music Ensemble Turn Pain Into Power

O.O.

DISCS WAS $19 NOW $8

37. Hopper, Hugh & Mark Hewins Adreamor IMPETUS RECORDS WAS $24 NOW

$8

38. Howard, Earl Pele’s Tears RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

39. Italian Instabile Orchestra Live in Noci and Rive de Gier LEO

RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

40. Ito, Teiji Meshes WHAT NEXT RECORDINGS WAS $19 NOW $10

41. Kapsalis, Terri, John Corbett & Hal Rammel Van’s Peppy

Syncopators

PENUMBRA MUSIC WAS $14 NOW $8

42. Kixx Weisser Voodoo UNIT RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $10

43. Krieger, Jeffrey AC-DC-VC WHAT NEXT RECORDINGS WAS $19 NOW $10

44. Kuroda, Kyoko Something Keeps Me Alive OMBA SALE PRICE $8

45. Law, John & Louis Moholo The Boat is Sinking... Apartheid is

Sinking... IMPETUS WAS $24 NOW $12

46. Minton, Phil & Veryan Weston Songs from a Prison Diary LEO

RECORDS

WAS $19 NOW $8

47. Moondoc Trio, Jemeel Tri-P-Let EREMITE WAS $20 NOW $10

48. Morris, Joe No Vertigo LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

49. Namchylak, Sainkho & Ned Rothenberg Amulet (selected recordings

1992 - 95) LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

50. Newton, Lauren & Joelle Leandre 18 Colors LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW

$8

51. Parker, Evan 50th Birthday Concert LEO RECORDS WAS $36 NOW $26

52. Parker, Evan Chicago Solo OKKA DISK WAS $17 NOW $8

53. Parker/Guy/Lytton & Marilyn Crispell Natives and Aliens LEO

RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

54. Perelman, Ivo Sad Life LEO RECORDS LABORATORY WAS $19 NOW $8

55. Polwechsel Polwechsel RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $15

56. Poore, Melvyn Groundwork RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

57. Poppy, Andrew Ophelia / Ophelia IMPETUS RECORDS WAS $24 NOW $8

58. Rammel, Hal Elsewheres PENUMBRA MUSIC WAS $14 NOW $8

59. Rammel, Hal & John Corbett The Devil’s In The Details PENUMBRA

MUSIC WAS $14 NOW $8

60. Rothenberg, Ned The Crux; Selected solo wind works, 1989-1992 LEO

RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

61. Saitoh, Tetsu Stone Out OMBA SALE PRICE $8

62. Smith, Gary Rhythm Guitar IMPETUS RECORDS WAS $24 NOW $8

63. Snake Eyes Pair A’ Dice RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

64. Soft Heap A Veritable Centaur IMPETUS WAS $24 NOW $8

65. Stangl, Burkhard Loose Music RANDOM ACOUSTICS WAS $20 NOW $8

66. Stevens, John & Frode Gjerstad Sunshine IMPETUS WAS $23 NOW $8

67. Studer, Fredy & Christy Doran Half a Lifetime UNIT RECORDS WAS

$37

NOW $20

68. Sun Ra & His Arkhestra Love In Outer Space LEO WAS $19 NOW $8

69. Sun Ra & His Intergalactic Arkestra Second Star to the Right

(Salute To Walt Disney) LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

70. Taylor Unit, Cecil Live In Vienna LEO RECORDS ENGLAND WAS $19 NOW

$8

71. Tippett, Keith & Peter Fairclough Wild Silk ASC RECORDS SALE

PRICE $8

72. Westbrook, Mike Piano IMPETUS RECORDS WAS $28 NOW $8

73. Wintsch, Michel, Martin Schutz & Gerry Hemingway

Wintsch-Schutz-Hemingway UNIT RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $10

74. Workman Ensemble, Reggie Altered Spaces LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW

$8

75. Workman Ensemble, Reggie Synthesis LEO RECORDS WAS $19 NOW $8

76. Zingaro, Carlos Release from Tension AUDEO SALE PRICE $8

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Exploding Customer, who released a great album on Ayler records, have mp3s of two new, unreleased tracks available on their website.

On another board Jan Strom of Ayler records posted that their album sold really poorly, which is hampering the release of a new album. That is really a shame.

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Stupid question: Are the Verge prices as quoted in American or Canadian Dollars. (I think Canadian.)

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Did some shopping a few hours ago, 10 Franks per disc (a bit less than 7 Euros, a bit more than 8 US$, approx.):

rat-related stuff, all Leos but the last one:

-Vladimir Tarasov/Vladimir Miller/Vitas Pilibavicius: "Frontiers" (Leo Lab 016)

-Glenn Hall OutSource Roswell Rudd: "The Roswell Incident" (Leo 313)

-Satoko Fuji Orchestra: "South Wind" (Leo Lab 037)

-Ganelin Trio: "Opuses" (Leo 171)

-Trio3 (Lake-Cyrille-Workman): "Open Ideas" (Palmetto)

non-rat-related:

-Art Farmer & Slide Hampton: "In Concert" (Enja Winkelmann)

-Bill Harris: "Live at Birdland 1952" (Baldwin Street Music)

-Curtis Fuller: "Up Jumped Spring" with Brad Goode (Delmark)

-Harold Ousley: "Grit-Gittin' Feelin'" (Delmark)

-V-Disc Parties: Goodman/Krupa (Nostalgia Arts)

-Buddy Collette: "Tasty Dish" (Freshsound)

-Buddy Collette: "Soft Touch" (Freshsound)

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Listening now to the Farmer/Hampton, nice extended live tunes, nothing absolutely great, though, but one I had my eyes on for some time, and at that prize I couldn't go wrong.

There were quite a lot of other Leo and Leo Lab discs. I'll have to browse their site a bit though, and try and go by covers to ask you guys for some recommendations of what else I could/should/have to get.

ubu

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All prices are in Canadian dollars, fwiw.

see above:

although I lied when I said I wouldn't be ordering anything. I ordered the Burkhard Stangl disc, Gerry Hemingway's Slamadam and the Frisque Concordance disc.

Has anyone heard the two Gerry Hemingway solo discs and have an opinion on their worth?

Edited by John B

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Thanks John. (I'm at work so reading anything other than Q U I C K L Y is a no no.)

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Has anyone heard the two Gerry Hemingway solo discs and have an opinion on their worth?

Yes, I've heard the electronic works disc. It's not terribly interesting, except for the short track "Chitterlings".

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Has anyone heard the two Gerry Hemingway solo discs and have an opinion on their worth?

Yes, I've heard the electronic works disc. It's not terribly interesting, except for the short track "Chitterlings".

I was hoping someone would say that. I was really tempted to pick them up, but really need to cap my cd buying this month.

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If you're looking for Random Acoustics stuff, the one to get is the Butcher &c Concert Moves.

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If you're looking for Random Acoustics stuff, the one to get is the Butcher &c Concert Moves.

depending on your perspective, of course. I'd recommend the Stangl, the Polwechsel, the Earl Howard, and the Pair A' Dice over the one Nate picks, but my taste is obviously towards improv incorporating live electronics.

RA was a very important label in their first incarnation, quite a few of their musicians ended up on Erstwhile six or seven years later, for some with little documentation in between (Stangl and Howard being the main two).

I haven't heard those two solo discs, John, I was never too curious about them, for some reason.

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If you're looking for Random Acoustics stuff, the one to get is the Butcher &c Concert Moves.

depending on your perspective, of course. I'd recommend the Stangl, the Polwechsel, the Earl Howard, and the Pair A' Dice

I almost bought the Polwechsel until I realized it had been reissued by hat and I already own the material.

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I'm guessing the topic's been touched on somewhere above, but I'm interested in hearing Daunik Lazro solo. Any recommendations? I haven't heard anything by Lazro, but have read that Joe McPhee lists Lazro's solo work as influential/inspiring.

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... branching off, but somewhat related: got an e-mail from Rudresh Mahanthappa last week. He just gigged recently with McPhee somewhere in NYC. Anyone hear any of the shows?

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I posted this in the WAYLTRN thread:

Albert Ayler - The Hilversum Session - Coppens

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This is an awesome session, with Don Cherry (cornet), Gary Peacock (bass) and Sunny Murray (drums). George Coppens told me he has only a few copies left. It's available from Cadence. Highly recommended!

I remember hearing this - then strange - music on Dutch radio in 1964; I was totally fascinated by the sounds coming out of my tiny portable transistor radio...

I know a further thunmbs up from me is not needed but if you like Ayler you will love this CD (espsecially if you enjoy Vibrations).

just to throw my two cents in: I'll second (or third) what JAW and Gary said. This disc is fantastic! Essential listening if you are a fan of Ayler.

Thanks again for recommending this disc, J.A.W.!

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Lazro ... Bueller?

I don't know anything about Lazro but a quick search over at Jazz Corner turned up a few hits. One of them included a link to a site that has a video clip of him playing live.

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So here's some Leos I think I saw in the sale, any recommendations appreciated!

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019.jpg (Moscow Composer Orch. feat. Namchylak: Italian Love Affair, Leo Lab 019)

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ll023.jpg (Max Nagl: Daily Bullet, Leo Lab 023 - some strange vocals here...)

... to be continued

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ll031.jpg

ll033.jpg

034.jpg (J.W.Brennan: Moskau-Petushki, Leo Lab 034)

035.jpg (Moscow Composers Orch) Feat. Sainkho: Let Peremsky Dream, Leo Lab 035)

039.jpg (Natsuki Tamura: A Song for Jaki, Leo Lab 039)

042.jpg (Vyacheslav Ganelin/Petras Vysniauskas/Arkadi Gotesman: Trio Alliance, Leo Lab 042)

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048.gif (Pandelis Karayorgis Trio)

ll053.jpg (I believe I have a recording of the original radio broadcast of this one)

... to be continued

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ll056.jpg (Vincenzo Mazzone: Ping Pong, Leo Lab 056)

ll063.jpg (Remote Viewers: Obliques Before Pale Skin, Leo Lab 063)

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104.jpg (Keshavan Maslak / Paul Bley: Romance In The Big City, Leo Records 104)

lr268.jpg (Vyacheslav Guyvoronsky / Evelin Petrova Duo: Chonyi Together, Leo Records 268)

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That's about it, so it's in fact mostly Leo Lab releases. There were some more, but I couldn't remember all the covers...

ubu

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I have a bunch of those Leo titles.

A quick :tup for Heart and Sack and Bertrand Denzler Cluster.

A BIG :tdown to the Trio Nueva Finlandia title.

Oh, and I believe I like the Remote Viewers disks you picture, as long as one of them isn't the one I sent you. (I'm guessing it's not.)

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I have a bunch of those Leo titles.

A quick :tup for Heart and Sack and Bertrand Denzler Cluster.

A BIG :tdown to the Trio Nueva Finlandia title.

Oh, and I believe I like the Remote Viewers disks you picture, as long as one of them isn't the one I sent you. (I'm guessing it's not.)

Nope, didn't list that one. There were several discs on sale taht I have, such as that Remote Viewers disc, the Collective 4tet, a Maneri trio, Chameleo Vulgaris, ARP Music (anyone needs it?), and maybe some more, too.

Thanks for the ratings. Now waiting for our Russian friend to chime in!

ubu

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Go for "The Moonwalker", a wonderful solo date by Carlo Actis Dato, a hell of a sax player and a really nice guy.

Cheers,

D.

Edited by bison ravi

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I have a bunch of those Leo titles.

A quick :tup for Heart and Sack and Bertrand Denzler Cluster.

A BIG :tdown to the Trio Nueva Finlandia title.

Oh, and I believe I like the Remote Viewers disks you picture, as long as one of them isn't the one I sent you. (I'm guessing it's not.)

I second the two recommendations.

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