Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Intake not bated...

Zevious - Zevious Live (1)
Kronos Quartet - Winter Was Hard
Dave King Trucking Company - Adopted Highway
Ambergris - Ambergris
Valgeir Sigurðsson - Architecture Of Loss
The Revillos - Attack Of The Giant Revillos
Various - Berlin 61 / 89: Wall of Sound
Fasba Fpel - Book VIII: Dumbing Down to Win an Emmy
Oren Ambarchi & Robin Fox - Connected
Dÿse - Das Nation
The Champs - Down Like Gold
David Sylvian - Gone To Earth
Armand Margjeka - Hummingbird
Easter - Innocence Man
TrommelTobi - Le Gruyère
And One - Live On Stage
And One - Magnet (Trilogie Edition)
Ronnie James Dio - Mightier Than The Sword
Tangerine Dream - The Keep OST
Tangerine Dream - The Independent Years
Bly De Blyant - Hindsight Bias
John Zorn - In The Hall Of Mirrors

My music intake continues unabated, with the onus now seemingly on downloading - 55 albums so far this month have been sampled, the majority of those jazz and so-called post-rock - while stupidly cheap unwanted classical CDs pop through the letterbox of their new home with alarming frequency...

But hey ho, what's not to like...

On telly tonight, just one programme, a repeat of a documentary "Our Friends in the North" from last November by Scottish journalist and foreign correspondent Alan Little, looking at the economies of Finland, Sweden and Norway and what lessons they might provide for an independent Scotland, should that become a reality...

Intelligent and insightful, as was the documentary last night, "Scotland Votes : What's at Stake For the UK" by Andrew Neil on just exactly why it is the UK wants and needs to stay together...

You have a year from now to watch them but, if you live in Scotland, probably best to watch them both before September the 18th....

Upstairs, some lovely coffee in a Berlin Ampelmann cup was enjoyed... the far out jazzy sounds of new acquisitions from Bly De Blyant and the very prolific indeed albms-wise, John Zorn...

Lights out...

Highlight of the Day : New jazz...

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