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Went through my ipod found a couple more worth mentioning
 
Virus - The Agent That Shapes The Desert
Beneath The Massacre - Maree Noire EP
Origin - Entity (its a step down from Antithesis but a great record none the less)
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All of them? LOL

Well... My favorite album from this year was probably Phideaux but the rest of the list is way to long. LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Cannonball With Hat Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Aug 2011 at 4:42pm
My top five ay the years mid-point were:
 
Calomito - Cane Di...
Faust - Something Dirty
Ahleuchatistas - Location Location
Korekyojin - Tundra
 
And something else that escapes my memory. Listened to a few more since then so that list may not be entirely accurate att his point.
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I have two albums that come to my memorie, the first one was a disappointing one, the Glass Drop from Battles, i really cannot love it as much as the Mirrored one, and i really miss Tyondai Braxton on the album (even that the great Yamataka Eye makes an appearance), at least its a worth loss, because Braxton solo is something incredible. (check is Central Market album, pure gem.) and then, a great album is the Turbina Anthem from Sei Miguel and Pedro Gomes, the portuguese duo, Pedro Gomes is known for a very noisy, experimental, guitar stuff, and Sei Miguel is a hell of a musician doing improvised music since the 80's here in portugal, pocket trumpet player that mixes something like improvised music, some almost-jazz, and a lot of free.. the turbina anthem, it's a must listen to.

Even that its not from 2011 the last great finding ( i think i start listen to him last week) was Cornelius Cardew, and for jazz lovers / classical / more experimental its someting really impressive, his treatise for exemple, and the interpretation of his work is amazing.  (in case that you listen something from him and you get caught, check this ! http://www.blockmuseum.northwestern.edu/picturesofmusic/pages/anim.html )


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The new Karmakanic album "In A Perfect World" is pretty damn good. Maybe not as good as "Who's the Boss In The Factory?" but Ive only listened to the new one 3 times.
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Glen Campbell  "Ghost On The Canvas"
Somebody has to recommend a bit of Country.
 
Ghost On The Canvas
 
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Opeth's Heritage for me, the only one I can think of right now.


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I think the problem with a lot of the fusion music is that it's extremely predictable, it's a rock rhythm and the solos all play the same stuff and they play it over and over again ...
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I think the problem with a lot of the fusion music is that it's extremely predictable, it's a rock rhythm and the solos all play the same stuff and they play it over and over again ...
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Here is a few more that grabbed me. I will admit there really is nobody new being all old fave artists.
 
Reverie
 
TomRussell  is with Calexico again Cool
Mesabi
Another Tom, good but I think he needs a change again soon. The last few albums are all starting to get a bit too familar with each other but as I said, still good none the less
 
Bad As Me [Limited Deluxe Edition]
 
Christy will always be in my top albums. He only has to fart over his accoustic guitar and I will buy it........Luv ya Christy. Another fairly quite album from him, like his previous "Listen"
 
Folk Tale
 
And this is the sad one. Jackie's last album. He has released another one of his Boots as well but "Wayside Shrines For The Travelling Man" is his proper last.  Died from cancer this year. Gonna miss his music, he had a new album every year at the minimun and there is not one crap one released.
 
Wayside Shrines &amp; The Code of The Travelling Man
 
I have more than one top album from Jackie Leven to recommend but "Shining Brother Shining Sister is stunning. 2003 was the release date.
 
 
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To start with that's for sure Adele with her ’21’ album, then goes Radiohead, ‘The King of Limbs’
and also PandaBear, and SuperHeavy

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