Thursday, January 03, 2019


Various Artists - 70s Groove
Gentle Giant - Three Piece Suite
The Love Unlimited Orchestra - The 20th Century Records Singles (1973-1979)
Roy Wood - Mustard
Haydn - String Quartets (Complete)
Mogwai - Kin
Marillion - All One Tonight: Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Weserbergland - Sehr Kosmisch, Ganz Progisch
Bill Nelson - Buddha Head
Greenslade - Greenslade
Donny McCaslin - Blow.
Jean-Michel Jarre - Equinoxe Infinity
Paul McCartney - Egypt Station
Porya Hatami & Arovane - Kaziwa
John Coltrane - Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album (Deluxe Version)
B.B. King - Singin' the Blues
The Beatles - Chronology
Dave Greenslade - Cactus Choir
Roedelius - Wie das Wispern des Windes
Emerson Lake & Palmer - In the Hot Seat Fanfare 1970-1997 Remastered
Lee Morgan - The Hard Bop Collection
Black Sabbath - Seventh Star
The Shangri-Las - Leaders Of The Pack
Bach, J S - Das Orgelwerk - Complete Edition
Aurora Borealis - The Path to Atlas
Distler - Totentanz
Various Artists - Cloudland Blue Eclectic Selection 2015
Henry Mancini - The Best Of Henry Mancini
Snarky Puppy - Family Dinner Volume One
Rossini - Karajan Orchestral Spectaculars 1949-1960
Chic - Risqué
Frank Zappa - Make A Jazz Noise Here
France Gall - Poupée De Son
Sia - This Is Acting (Deluxe Version)
Various Artists - The Best Of Blaxploitation
MacMillan - The World's Ransoming; Cello Concerto
Haydn - Armida
Strauss, J II - Die Fledermaus
Weyse - Sovedrikken
Various Composers - The Classic Experience
Wagner - Der Fliegende Holländer
Julie London - Home
Julie London - Around Midnight
Julie London - Julie is Her Name Vol 1
Julie London - Julie is Her Name Vol 2

Awoken at 5 once again by Nico the Mischievous Kitten...

The monkeys were out and about early this morning...

Into town, soundtracked by the choices for this week's podcast...

At lunchtime, an excellent James MacMillan CD (cello and cor anglais - two of my favourites) for £1.99 at the BHF shop...

Then, a walk along to Dalry for a mooch around the shops there...

At Cash Generator, these were priced at just 30p each, how could I resist?

This was an Xmas present in 1988 - 30 years later it's come home again...

I always say there's no place for vocals in jazz but these are excellent...

Better still, I was only charged 20p each...

Back home for a tasty chicken dish from the EP and some "Big Bang Theory"...

Once again we outgunned the losing team on "University Challenge"...

Then,booking accommodation for our German tour in the summer, followed by ripping and listening, aided by coffee, chocolates and painkillers...

... for the ongoing rib pain...

To bed with another 13.25 hours of music added to the collection...

Oh dear...

Highlight of the Day : CDs for 20p...

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