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  1. Importing/exporting UK/Europe after Brexit

    "Occasional" imports of gifts from individuals (not companies!) to individuals of value up to €45 is apparently not subject to VAT in the EU. I have something shipped from the UK this way at the moment to see if this works.
  2. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    Not necessarily new (actually a lot of old stuff), but Scott Fields is selling a lot of his CDs for just €5 from his website. Flat worldwide shipping regardless of the order size. https://www.scottfields.com/store
  3. Your Favorite Jazz Records of the 1980s?

    I was targeting for 2083, but I was extremely efficient.
  4. Your Favorite Jazz Records of the 1980s?

    Good stuff recorded in 1983: The Jazztet – Moment to Moment (Soul Note) Derek Bailey / John Zorn / George Lewis – Yankees (Celluloid / Charly) Stan Getz / Albert Dailey – Poetry (Elektra / Blue Note) Terje Rypdal / David Darling – Eos (ECM) Paul Bley / George Cross McDonald – Sonor (Soul Note) George Russell & the Living Time Orchestra - The African Game (Blue Note) Kenny Clarke / Andrew Cyrille / Milford Graves / Don Moye - Pieces of Time (Soul Note) Chet Baker with Åke Johansson Trio - Live In Sweden (Dragon) AMM - Generative Themes (Matchless Recordings) – recorded in 1982-83 Iskra 1903 (Paul Rutherford / Barry Guy / Philipp Wachsmann) - Chapter Two: 1981-83 (EMANEM) Henry Threadgill Sextett - Just the Facts and Pass the Bucket (About Time) Jimmy Lyons Quintet – Wee Sneezawee (Black Saint) Joëlle Léandre ‎– Les Douze Sons (nato)
  5. Yes! The whole Swedish Jazz Masters series is a worth checking out. Very interesting.
  6. Rolf Kühn Quintett "Solarius" is good (recorded 1964 in East Germany). It was reissued on CD in 2012 as a part of the very nice AMIGA JAZZ mini-series, an is already quite hard to find. Gil Cuppini - What's New Vol. 2 (recorded September 1961), a pan-European team of Italian Cuppini, French Wilen, Swiss Gruntz, Macedonian Goykovich and German Geier.
  7. Well, amazon Japan will charge you UK VAT, 20%, but will subtract the Japanese one, 10%. There shouldn't be any additional charges upon import.
  8. Sorry for dumb question, but why don't you order from amazon Japan yourself? They deliver to the UK by DHL.
  9. Importing/exporting UK/Europe after Brexit

    It's a bit of a hassle, but you might want to consider contacting the Discogs sellers - more likely than not, they will be happy to sell to you directly.
  10. MPS reissues

    Ah, so that's what it is. In any case, I listened to that Hannibal album for the first time (thank you amazon) - it is good stuff indeed (except for the chanting track closer to the end).
  11. MPS reissues

    Nice people at Edel (the current owner of MPS) have made a lot of MPS albums (including the Harper and Hannibal ones) available on streaming platforms.
  12. Burton Greene (1937-2021)

    I like Greene's music a lot, his klezmer projects including (coincidentally, I started listening to Klezmokum's "Le Dor Va Dor" today before I saw this thread). Recently bought this one https://balancepointacoustics.bandcamp.com/album/lifes-intense-mystery-mf193-as090 , did not listen to it yet:
  13. Modern/Avant New Releases: A running thread

    Thee is a new one by Northwoods Improvisors as well, have not listend to it yet: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3a36NPSlZtXaO9K1KAhNKw
  14. RogueArt Label

    Rogueart gives 30% discount on their back catalog on June 19-22.