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  1. Great list. Totally agree on "Arietis" — it's quite a fanfare!
  2. "Somethin' Special" from Sonny Clark's LEAPIN' AND LOPIN'
  3. Pretty much anything by Brian Charette. I've particularly fond of his solo recitals on Steeplechase and this one from last year. https://briancharettequartet.bandcamp.com/album/jackpot
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    David Crosby - RIP

    I remember his bust here very well; it produced a lot of punchlines. But Crosby clearly felt differently about the experience. https://www.dallasnews.com/arts-entertainment/music/2023/01/19/david-crosby-dead-at-81-once-credited-an-arrest-in-dallas-for-turning-his-life-around/
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    David Crosby - RIP

    Crosby lived life #noregrets before anyone knew what a hashtag was. IF I COULD ONLY REMEMBER MY NAME will always have a place in my collection.
  6. I feel like maybe Jim Sullivan's UFO may qualify. Great record regardless. Arrangements by Jimmy Bond. Drums by Earl Palmer. It's more freak-folk, but you might also check out the Relatively Clean Rivers LP.
  7. https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2023/01/18/1139783203/what-makes-songs-swing-physicists-unravel-jazz-mystery 👀 🍿
  8. Yes, this is the second-to-last recording date Kelly led. A mostly overlooked LP, IMHO.
  9. Yep! https://www.discogs.com/master/185305-The-West-Coast-Pop-Art-Experimental-Band-Vol-3-A-Childs-Guide-To-Good-Evil But it dates from 1968, so pre-JCS. But definitely apocalyptic / Manson-esque.
  10. On that vibe, then, there's also the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band's Volume 3: A Child's Guide to Good and Evil.
  11. FWIW, John Tilbury (of AMM) has also recorded a version of FOR JOHN CAGE, with violinist Darragh Morgan. https://diatriberecords.bandcamp.com/album/morton-feldman-for-john-cage
  12. I am a fan generally but I confess I don't know this piece or these recordings very well. Looks like Hat Hut / ezz-thetics now has this covered: https://ezz-thetics.bandcamp.com/album/for-john-cage. But I've yet to audition it. The first Feldman recording I heard pairs the early Durations with Coptic Light. I still have a soft spot for these renditions. https://www.allmusic.com/album/morton-feldman-durations-i-v-coptic-light-mw0001940584
  13. They were all working-class Catholics. Only Catholicism produces that brand of "Satanism." Also, as far as Christian rock concept LPs from this early 70s go, overlook Aphrodite's Child's 666 at your own peril. https://www.loudersound.com/features/apocalypse-and-orgasm-the-crazy-story-of-aphrodites-child-666-vangeliss-cult-masterpiece
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