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Conversely, it would be entertaining to hear “Sister Ray” on the soundtrack at a restaurant called Country Roads.

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Sometimes I wish that I was mellow,
Like for instance Jackson Browne.
But “Fountain of Sorrow” my ass, motherfucker:
Hope you wind up in the ground.


— Tonio K. (1979)

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Handel: Rodelinda (Simone Kermes/Marijana Miijanović/Steve Davislim/Marie-Nicole Lemieux/Il Complesso Barocco/Alan Curtis)

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Strauss:  Ein Heldenleben/Feuersnot -- Love Scene/Intermezzo -- Entr'acte/Salome -- Dance of the Seven Veils (Beecham/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) (the only version of Ein Heldenleben that I've ever found tolerable.  I wonder what's good about it?)

 

Michael Mayer:  &

 

Bob Mould:  Sunshine Rock

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Weber:  Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2 (Marriner/Academy of St. Martin in the Fields)

 

Weber:  Konzertstücke/Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 (Rösel//Blomstedt/Staatskapelle Dresden)

 

Weber:  Clarinet Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 (Emma Johnson//Torelier/Schwartz/English Chamber Orchestra) (where'd the Concertino go?)

 

Weber:  Oberon Overture/Peter Schmoll un seine Nachbarn Overture/Der Beherrschter der Geister "Rübezahl" Overture/Preciosa Overture/Jebel Overture/Euryanthe Overture (Suitner/Staatskapelle Berlin//Janowski/Staatskapelle Dresden)

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Brahms:  Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 (Janowski/Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)

 

Chopin:  Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 (Kupiec//Skrowaczewski/Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra)

 

Birdsongs of the Mesozoic:  Sonic Geology

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Ethel Ennis:  Changes of Scenery

 

Ethel Ennis:  Have You Forgotten?

 

The Coathangers:  The Devil You Know

 

Mahler:  Symphony No. 9 (Bruno Walter/Vienna Philharmonic)

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Brahms:  Symphony No. 4/Hungarian Dances Nos. 1, 3, 10 & 17-21 (Janowski/Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)

 

Drive-By Truckers:  American Band

 

Autechre:  NTS Session 1 (Disc 2)

 

Aesop Rock & Tobacco:  Malibu Ken

 

Matching Mole:  Matching Mole

 

Richard Dubugnon:  Arcanes Symphoniques (Tricoire/Anderszewska/Lair/Bougard/Labine//Layer/Diemecke/Altinoglu/Orchestre National de Montpellier-Roussillon)

 

Ted Hearne:  The Source

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Balún:  Prisma Tropical

 

Bruckner:  Symphony No. 5 (Sawallisch/Bayerishes Staatorchester)

 

Various:  Bobo YéYé:  Belle Époque in Upper Volta

 

OOIOO:  Feather Float

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I think it would be wonderful if you were inventing some of these. Thucydides Works Soap. Otter Croaks from the Morning.

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Mozart/Salieri/Rossini/Beethoven/Brahms:  Overtures (Thomas Fey/Heidelberger Sinfoniker) (I'm beginning to see that Fey's accident, if it didn't result in a major major loss, resulted in more than a minor one; I really like his style of musicmaking)

 

F.W.H. Benda:  Viola Concertos Nos. 1-3 (Jean-Eric Soucy//Bernard Labadie/SWR Sinfoniorchester Baden-Baden Freiburg)

 

James Blake:  Assume Form

 

Purcell:  Songs (Michael Chance/Nigel North/Richard Boothby/Maggie Cole) (and thus concludes the Awake My Love anthology of lute music, one of the biggest and best bargains now before the record-buying public) (all four of us)

 

Aaron Parks/Ben Street/Billy Hart:  Find the Way

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Haydn: String Quartets Op. 76 (Takacs Quartet)

 

Herrmann: Souvenirs de Voyage/String Quartet "Echoes" (Robert Hill/Ariel Quartet//Amici Quartet)

 

A. Marcello: 6 Concertos "La Cetra" (Standage/Collegium Musicum 90)

 

Bobby Previtte's Empty Suits: Slay the Suitors

 

Autechre: NTS Session 2

 

Andy Laverne: Metropolis

 

Cage: Six/Quartet/One4/Dance Music/Three2 (Amanda Percussion Group) (is there no way to type superscript numbers on a Mac?)

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