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    No worries, dude.

    Check it out here:

    http://www.linnrecords.com/

    You'll probably like a lot of the stuff under 'Scottish Artists', but the whole site is full of Celtic/folk music.

    Incidentally, the vinyl versions sound MUCH better than the stuff that's on CD, particularly if you have an LP12

    Marco.

    (Who has just polished off a plate of Spaghetti alle vongole, washed down with a couple of glasses of chilledVerdicchio) :P

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    earlofsodbury wrote:
    Cornelius - Sensuous

    purchased on the strength of one track, feel free to administer a cyberslap if I find I hate the rest ofit
    i did that got the cd Point by cornelious (from nakramishi to somewhere or other?) i had heard 1 track on the radio, jeez the rest of it was cobblers, ebayed off soon after.
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    Chilling Matenda - Mediteran

    Jeez i gotta stop buying CDs for a while.
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    Have you managed yet to alter the ratio in your house of CDs to cans of Stella

    Marco.

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    Marco wrote:
    Have you managed yet to alter the ratio in your house of CDs to cans of Stella

    Marco.
    Are you trying to say i don't have a lot of CDs?

    I now have more CDs than cans of Stella. I need a new CD rack aswell. This forum is costing me a fortune
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    Just pullin' ya leg like everyone else

    So, CD rack-wise, now the one that holds twelve is full, what's next?

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    Marco wrote:
    Just pullin' ya leg like everyone else

    So, CD rack-wise, now the one that holds twelve is full, what's next?

    Marco.
    Hmm very droll
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    This afternoon amongst other things I purchased this

    http://www.musicstack.com/item/85801...ssance/novella

    and this

    http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?cat...&from=GOOB



    Both original and quite possibly never played.








    Got them for £0.25 each from the local NCH (charity shop)








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    Since my credit card is already reduced to a smouldering lump of melted plastic, I though another few quid wouldn't make much difference, so far arrived -

    Robyn - The Rakamonie EP - unadulterated pop trash

    Huntsville - For The Middle Class - "other/jazz"

    Us3 - Hand On The Torch - ditto, you knows it

    The Lorraine Bowen Experience - Greatest Hits Volume One - novelty music/cack

    Danielson - Ships - well it's on "Secretly Canadian", you can guess the rest...

    Pah! and I've got this blurry bakeoff in the way of listening to these properly

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    I know what you do \'cause I do it too

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    Excellent choice
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    earlofsodbury wrote:
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    Excellent choice
    Yes it is, like the boards a lot, but Pat Metheny is not my thing.
    Thru.

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    thrunobulaxx wrote:
    earlofsodbury wrote:
    Bryfiero wrote:
    Excellent choice
    Yes it is, like the boards a lot, but Pat Metheny is not my thing.
    My first Boards purchase was Twoism which is very good. "Music has" is excellent and seems to be a fav for most "Boardies"

    The Pat Metheny is an HD DVD, and notnormally my thing either but, after watching it I gained an appreciation for the serioustalentonstage.Bit of a change from the NIN "Beside you in Time" show I've been watching way too much as well.
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    Just bought today:

    Richmond Fontaine - Thirteen Cities.

    Nick Lowe - At My Age.

    Out There - Eleanor McEvoy.

    Evanscence - The Open Door.

    Enigma - A Posteriori.

    Currently spinning my way through them accompanied by several bottles of rather excellentBelgian beer

    Marco.

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    Hot Chip ; Dj Kicks. dbl vinyl

    V/A ; Dubstep Allstars Vol.05. cd

    chezi

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    More purchases today (I couldn't resist :P):

    Eric Gales - The Psychedelic Underground

    Otis Taylor - Definition Of A Circle

    Patty Griffin - Children Running Through

    Kate Walsh - Tim's House

    Joan Armatrading - Into The Blues

    Devon Sproule - Keep Your Silver Shined.

    Laters

    Marco.

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    Just bought some CDs from Kev (Aural Flea). Afro Celt Sound System Volumes 1,2 and 3. Top bloke to deal with. Sent me the CDs before my cheque had cleared.
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    Bjork Volta arrived this morning - all on nice heavy plastic as well. I haven't opened it yet but plan to in just a short while.

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    Zygote23 wrote:
    Bjork Volta arrived this morning - all on nice heavy plastic as well. I haven't opened it yet but plan to in just a short while.
    About time , I have had this on pre-order for around 6 weeks , record company didn't half fanny about with this release date.

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    Well I played it last night. Earth Intruders sounds like it's being sung through a sock. The rest sounds pretty ok and there are some serious frequencies in there lol. I just expected the opening track to be a little more clear.

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