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kidneyhawk
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16/11/2008 11:05 pm  

A mix of Christmas music, much to Kidneyhawks dismay/horror.

Well, technically speaking, the Christmas music was on the RADIO.

System Of A Down is actually in the disc player. ๐Ÿ˜ˆ


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 11:42 pm  

Hey Kyle!

A fan of S.O.D. eh, well what do you think of Serge's solo work?


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kidneyhawk
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17/11/2008 12:04 am  

what do you think of Serge's solo work

It is fantastic! I think Mr. Tankian is one of the most powerful and gifted vocalists out there.


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 Anonymous
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17/11/2008 7:25 am  

CD player? What is it? On my vinyl player rotates now Armon Kuilu 12" 45.


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 Anonymous
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17/11/2008 9:49 am  

The Pulp Fiction Soundtrack.

Seven Souls - Material (Bill laswell feat. William Burroughs)


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 Anonymous
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17/11/2008 11:29 am  

A couple of recent releases from the Season of Mist label have been rather good.

The new Jarboe album Mahakali is a great romp and the new Virus album The Black Flux is along the lines of what Ved Buens Ende used to do back in the day.


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17/11/2008 7:51 pm  

Patti Smith - 12
Bob Dylan - Tell Tale Signs
Smithsonian Folkways American Roots Collection

Seven Souls is an excellent selection. Had the great pleasure of recording Mr. Burroughs for that one many years ago.


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17/11/2008 8:05 pm  
"Julianus" wrote:
Right now, unrepentant Prog-Rock afficianado that I am, I am listening to the Supernatural Fairy Tales box set which I just acquired. Other recent CDs are:

Henry Purcell -- King Arthur
Dr. Demento's 20th Anniversary Collection
Tangerine Dream -- Phaedra
Tangerine Dream -- Legend soundtrack

That is what I was waiting for; "unrepentant Prog-Rock" freak here.

I am currently entwined in the adventurous "Aryeon" albums,
but my rotation lately has been:

Pain of Salvation: "Remedy Lane"
Flower Kings: "Unfold the Future"
Savatage: "Gutter Ballet"
Ayreon: "The Human Equation"
Queensryche: "Operation Mindcrime"
and ALL DREAM THEATER!

That has been my basic rotation for the past few weeks, with some other progressive classics thrown in from time to time.

93!


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Proteus
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17/11/2008 11:47 pm  

at the moment...

Circulus - Clocks Are Like People
John Coltrane - Lush Life
Seven Ravens - Three Holy Books
An Other Cup - Yusuf Islam


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18/11/2008 5:30 am  

93

"Crowned.and.Conquering777" wrote:
That is what I was waiting for; "unrepentant Prog-Rock" freak here.

I am currently entwined in the adventurous "Aryeon" albums,

Why, pray tell, have you been waiting for an unrepentant Progger? Sounds ominous.

Those Ayreon albums are really good, although I myself am essentially a Yes fan. Graham Bond also rules ๐Ÿ™‚

93 93/93


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Walterfive
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19/11/2008 12:51 am  

Making Whoopee-- The Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band

Frantic Australian Jug Band Music from the 1970's! These cats were obviously coke-snorters and pot-smokers, and these vices are reflected in many of their songs. You won't believe the speed with which they play "Mobile Line" on their acoustic National Steel Guitars!!! Amazing, heady stuff.


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19/11/2008 1:05 am  

Electric Wizard: Dopethrone
Stabdog: Demo 2008
QOTSA: Lullabies to paralyze
Unida: El Coyote
Mats & Rauski: Kaulukset Z


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19/11/2008 10:31 pm  
"Julianus" wrote:
93

"Crowned.and.Conquering777" wrote:
That is what I was waiting for; "unrepentant Prog-Rock" freak here.

I am currently entwined in the adventurous "Aryeon" albums,

Why, pray tell, have you been waiting for an unrepentant Progger? Sounds ominous.

Those Ayreon albums are really good, although I myself am essentially a Yes fan. Graham Bond also rules ๐Ÿ™‚

93 93/93

93!

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I was reading through the responses with the hopes of seeing some more interest in what I feel is one of the most divine forms of musical expression...and also as nerdy as me when it comes to prog-rocking out.

It is always funny to me how it seems like fans and musicians of Progressive music feel this bond, like we belong to some elite society of music appreciators, and "mums the word". When I encounter someone with a Yes shirt on or King Crimson, it is like we already know each other.

And for sure, the musick and magick of "Yes" is beyond words. Chris Squire is my hero on that Rickenbacher he made famous!

Awaken gentle mass touch.

93!


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 Anonymous
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20/11/2008 12:21 am  

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law
93,
Currently, this is in my CD player:
The Golden Dawn Audio CDs
The World of Enochian Magick
The Angelic Revelations

by Israel Regardie
93,
Love is the law, love under will


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 Anonymous
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20/11/2008 1:32 am  

The Best of Chris & Cosey - Collective Two
Hymn to Pan - Marcelo Ramos Motta
Sublime - Sublime
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Mana - Revolucion de Amor


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Walterfive
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20/11/2008 7:42 pm  

Motta recorded "Hymn to Pan"? Too much! Love to hear that sometime!

Playing right now: Fletcher Henderson Orchestra 1924-26 feat. Louis Armstrong Vol. 1


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20/11/2008 8:36 pm  

A compilation of tunes played by Ray Noble's New Mayfair Dance Orchestra accompanied by the incomparable Al Bowlly. Simply delightful.


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wulfram
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20/11/2008 11:36 pm  

Roy Harper/Jimmy Page: Jugula
James Patrick Page: Session Man
Coverdale/Page
Zeppelin bootleg: Bonzo's Montreux


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20/11/2008 11:52 pm  

Howlin Wolf~Alice's Revisited
AC/DC~Black Ice
Yank Rachelle~Too Hot For The Devil
The Beatles~Rubber Soul


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 Anonymous
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22/11/2008 11:03 am  

Nothing. I'm just trippin' to the music in my own head.

But normally, Correli, Bach, Mozart or any opera with Joan Sutherland or Evone Kenny. Any choral with Emma Kirkby or Michael Chance.


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 Anonymous
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22/11/2008 11:43 am  

Dayside:

Paul Gilbert: Silence Followed By a Deafening Roar
Jeff Loomis: Zero Order Phase
Nocturnus: Thresholds

Nightside:

Various: A Tribute to H.P. Lovecraft
Various: Lunar Blood Rituals
Various: The Beast 666 & The Archangels of Sex
Endura: Dreams of Dark Waters
Musterion: The Black Lodge
Lapis Niger: At the Throne of Melek Taus
Arktau Eos: Scorpion Milk
Chรถd: Kala-Nath


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 Anonymous
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22/11/2008 5:50 pm  

Best of Lenoard Cohen. I went to see him in June and he was fantastic.

Silversun Pickups - Carnavas


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spike418
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23/11/2008 8:00 pm  

CDs are "revisionist imposture" ๐Ÿ™„
It is the medium of the wretched and the weak! (a bit like prog rock really)
This is not an opinion it is magical fact that I can prove on an etch-o-sketch!

And did one ever see the Master Therion with an MP3 player? I think not.....
Vinyl is the way forward then

So today have been working thru choosing one from each of the alphabet and so far have

The Adverts, Billy Bragg, Leonard Cohen, Devo, Edgar Broughton Band, Flamin Groovies, Golden Horde, Indigo Girls, Joy Division, Kinks, Love, Manfred Mann, Nico and Roy Orbison


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Michael Staley
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23/11/2008 9:28 pm  

I shall just play my Jelly Roll Morton records and laugh at the lot of you.

Best wishes,

Michael.


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spike418
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23/11/2008 11:13 pm  
"MichaelStaley" wrote:
I shall just play my Jelly Roll Morton records and laugh at the lot of you.

Best wishes,

Michael.

Heathen!!!
Burn him!!! ๐Ÿ˜ˆ


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Perdurex
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08/12/2008 4:54 pm  

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.

I'm not listening to anything this week as part of my latest attempt at Liber Jugorum.

Love is the law, love under will.


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Walterfive
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08/12/2008 6:42 pm  
"MichaelStaley" wrote:
I shall just play my Jelly Roll Morton records and laugh at the lot of you.

Best wishes,

Michael.

Which ones? His Piano Rolls? His Red Hot Peppers sessions? As a sideman with the New Orleans Rhythm Kings (the first inter-racial recording session in the history of Jazz), or his later stuff? (I've got it all.)

I'm quite partial to his Library of Congress Recordings myself... there's nothin' like 'em for a first-hand recollection of New Orleans Storyville. Jelly Roll was the greatest of 'em all, IMHO. Bigger than life and twice as boastful.

Ever been to New Orleans, Mr. Staley? I'd love to show you around it one day. None of Ferd Morton's old venues are around any more, but there's still a former bordello house or two standing that he used to play in on Rampart Street, IIRC. The shell of the Old Absinthe House is still there in the French Quarter, although now they sell Daquiris and frozen Hurricanes instead; but there's still a place or two in Pirate Alley that serve the Green Goddess... and New Orleans is coming back.

Morton used to hustle pool about three miles up the road from my house, in Houston's old Fifth Ward, but that's all gone now too.


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Perdurex
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05/01/2009 8:26 pm  

Wicker man soundtrack - original, not the crappy modern remake.


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05/01/2009 10:16 pm  
"Perdurex" wrote:
Wicker man soundtrack - original, not the crappy modern remake.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=4h2u0d4pl7 w"> http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=4h2u0d4pl7w
Rose Mcdowall on vocals, in the band Nature and Organisation (Michael Cashmore, Current 93)


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06/01/2009 12:05 am  

also don' really listen to cd's, vinyl here mainly. recently listening to a lot of dub reggae (scientist, king tubby, prince jammy etc).


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lashtal
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06/01/2009 12:11 am  
"BlueKephra" wrote:
Rose Mcdowall on vocals, in the band Nature and Organisation (Michael Cashmore, Current 93)

What a beautiful version! Thanks for the link.

Owner and Editor
LAShTAL


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06/01/2009 12:59 am  

http://www.lastfm.de/user/ceQ_bop


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phthah
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06/01/2009 3:14 am  

William Shatner - The Transformed Man... ๐Ÿ˜‰ Just kidding.

Actually it's Led Zeppelin - Presence


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30/03/2009 5:11 am  

Hum.. I do a lot of my music listening these days online via Myspace and imeem. I love imeem! Here's my current playlist there. It's always growing and changing. I can say I am huge fan of The Cure, that's what I often have in my home stereo CD player, Cure CDs. ๐Ÿ™‚

http://www.imeem.com/people/BxgmoW/playlist/hQJOhuAt/dj-favs-music-playlist/


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 Anonymous
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30/03/2009 5:42 am  

Circulating between the following:

Sun Ra and Walt Dickerson - Visions
Miles Davis - Agharta
Sun Ra - Cosmic Tones for Mental Therapy/Art Forms of Dimensions Tomorrow
Experimental Audio Research - Beyond the Pale
William Basinski - The Disintegration Loops (Vol i - iv)


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 Anonymous
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30/03/2009 5:48 am  

Slightly O/T (sorry)

But i'm sure there will be some here who may be interested in cutting their own vinyl: http://www.vinylrecorder.com/


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arthuremerson
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30/03/2009 5:49 am  

Land of Kush - Against the Day


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30/03/2009 10:41 am  

Thomas Dybdahl - One day you'll dance for me, New York City.
Burial - Untrue
Manuellsen - Das ist meine Welt ihr lebt nur darin.
Einstรผrzende Neubauten - Kolaps

"PropriaDeus93" wrote:

Nice "Musiksammlung". I like Kaas too. Very sad that a few months after the release of AMOK ZAHLTAG a kid decided to live the Lyrics ... a stone throw away from Kaas (and my) hometown..... What shows us again how sick society is ...:/


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30/03/2009 11:18 am  

'The second mind of Goa' (Various Artists)' :- 'A psychedelic excursion of exotic trance'
e.g. Ascension; By Cerebral children.-Ancient forest (Yantra mix) By SunGod.- Omega sunset; By Mantra; and so on.
Oh , I know, and like, a lot of stuff mentioned, which says something.


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michaelclarke18
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30/03/2009 9:22 pm  

Wagner - Parsifal by Karajan.


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michaelclarke18
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30/03/2009 9:23 pm  

Musterion: The Black Lodge

is great


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 Anonymous
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30/03/2009 11:53 pm  

Bohren & der club of gore: "Sunset"

For all lovers of 1930-40's noir jazz ala David Lynch


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30/03/2009 11:58 pm  

"Sunset Mission"


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dvd464
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31/03/2009 10:12 am  

Haujobb "Vertical Theory"
VNV Nation "Future Perfect"
Wumpscut "Fuckit"


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Raven
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31/03/2009 7:41 pm  

When I see the diversity and quality of the music cited it makes me very proud to be a Thelemite. We are truly Star's every man and woman of the Lashtal tribe.

I am currently listening to 30 Hammond Greats of Post Industrial Music. 'Music that demonstrates the profound beauty of the Hammond Organ in the Industrial genre'

Sorry couldnt resist that. Apologies.

Currently listening to Occult Sentinel podcasts, Stephen Ashe = The Book of the Law, Jah Wobble = Road to Croatan (sublime) and Janes Addiction Strays.


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Durga23
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01/04/2009 2:37 am  

A few songs at the moment on my iPod:

Nuit "The Crown"
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Parallel Universe"
Curve "Doppelganger"
Lon Milo DuQuette "Sweet Babalon"
Bloodhound Gang "Bad Touch"
Robyn "Konichiwa Bitches"

Good music to run to...


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 Anonymous
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01/04/2009 4:01 am  
"Raven" wrote:
When I see the diversity and quality of the music cited it makes me very proud to be a Thelemite. We are truly Star's every man and woman of the Lashtal tribe.

Indeed. But I sometimes wonder how many people would be disappointed to know I do most of my writing to Baroque music (performed on period instruments, not less) and 70s Art Rock ๐Ÿ™‚

That said, just at this moment I am listening to the latest from The B-52s.


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