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Kleine Dada SoirTe

Artist Song Buy
Burning Star Core  Benjamin - The Very Heart Of The World - (2005)  buy on itunes
Lappetites, The  Overture - Before The Libretto - (2005)  buy on itunes
Rose, Jack  Tower Of Babel - Raag Manifestos - (2004)  buy on itunes
Thuja  Untitled 2 - Pine Cone Temples - (2005)  buy on itunes
Schlippenbach Trio/Paul Lovens  Fuels 4 - Complete Combustication - (1999)  buy on itunes
Antipop Consortium  Real Is Surreal - Antipop VS. Matthew Shipp - (2003)  buy on itunes
Scott-Heron, Gil  Spirits - Spirits - (1994)  buy on itunes
Growing  Freedom Towards Death - His Return - (2006)  buy on itunes
.Tape.  A Spire - Rideau - (2005)  buy on itunes
Fennesz  Super Feedbacker - Hotel Paral.lel - (2001)  buy on itunes
Dreyblatt, Arnold  Meantime - The Adding Machine - (2002)  buy on itunes

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1 of 4 in a series...

A collection of the avant, experimental and not-so-mainstream musical selections...prepared for a soon-to-be-had trip to the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

A Tribute to Curtis Burns, Shawn Porter & Nick Falivena whom inspired these mixes via their constant explorations of paths less traveled.
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bufo alvarius
Date: 1/18/2006
Awesome. That Jack Rose->Gil Scott-Heron stretch looks mind-meltingly great. I've been wanting to hear that Burning Star Core disc. Oh man, I haven't heard the new Growing either.
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French Connection
Date: 1/18/2006
Got me here Chris???
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Mixxer
Date: 1/18/2006
Already something from 2006 - way to go. MoMA is a trip, and so is this mix.
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GambleOn
Date: 1/18/2006
Cool stuff - I know Thuja, Growing (new album rocks), Tape and Fennesz, but I'll have to check out those others.
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Nick Falivena
Date: 1/19/2006
This is sewn together professionally. And, I may have to steal the cover art crown from #2 to give it to this disc-o here. I wanted that antipop v. Shipp disc to be better, but it is still pretty mind melting. I was hoping for full-on Last Crusade head-reduced to skull melt. And I am glad you are digging the Schlippenbach trio.

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