I probably only bought 25 albums at most, but my favorite of the lot would be Virlyn- Man Asleep.
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I've been playing this a lot recently:
- Dupree: Nuestro Camino
Not Taylor Dupree, but a jazz trio --- guitar, B3 organ, drums. Highly recommended.
Great organ. Quality, easy-listening stuff.
If interested: http://public-hifi.bandcamp.com
Strom Noir- Ghosts Are The Most Fragile When Dancing- I love this one, a real oddity in Strom Noir's discography. It's one of the most diffuse albums I've ever heard-- on the surface, it's just static-y fog, but close listening reveals a myriad of fascinating sounds. It's only an EP though. Damn. Should be longer.
Thanks a lot, Joe, I have e-mailed your feedback to Emil of Strom Noir, always a great pleasure to read comments like this!!! Btw, a new CD album by Strom Noir is coming out late January 2014 on Polish label Zoharum, entitled "Urban Blues". Here is a little teaser:
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Any good samples online for that Rale, Joe? I found the Bandcamp page, but they don't have samples on it. (Kind of defeats the purpose, imo.)
I did some Lou Reed yesterday in honor of his passing. Mainly Velvet Underground stuff.
Kraftwerk: Tour de France
Check this out, Joe:
A recent Virlyn collaboration that is similar in spirit to Man Asleep. (In fact, permutations of the track Mirror appear on here and on Man Asleep.)