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It's all good

King Oliver 10/26/23

Duke Ellington Small Groups, Vol.1 10/26/37

George Lewis "Jazz Funeral In NOLA" 10/26/53

Miles Davis "Relaxin'" & "Cookin'" 10/26/56

Jackie McLean "A Fickle Sonance" 10/26/61

Bob Dylan "Carnegie Hall" 10/26/63 (One of those Record Store finds)

Derek & the Dominos @ Fillmore East 10/23 & 24/70

Grateful Dead Rochester 10/26/71

Sound Dimension "Jamaica Soul Shake, Vol. 1" (only the duppy knows!)

Joe Higgs "Unity is Power" 1979 (brand spankin' new!)

Merle Haggard "The Way I Am" 1980

Go Cards!

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The Curse of Marie Antoinette

Not sure how many of us here on Dead.net are fans of the Legendary Pink Dots, but their "surprise album" that was released yesterday--The Curse of Marie Antoinette--is some of their finest work I've had the pleasure of listening to. I coughed up the big bucks and sprung for the limited-edition picture disc LP (1 of 299 copies pressed), which comes with a 6-track download of the album. Chances are the LPs are all sold out, but the download is still available on the band's Bandcamp page.

I think what I like most about the LPDs is how they don't make music insofar as they make emotional soundscapes. I can only imagine how amazing a movie score would be if it were written and performed by the LPDs....

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