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Another new post on Confessions of a Part-Time Audiophile

I wrote some more music reviews for Confessions of a Part-Time Audiophile. The latest installment includes brief paragraphs about new-ish releases from Brian Eno, Neil Young, Carla Bozulich, Charles Hayward, and vinyl reissues: Linda Perhacs’ Parallelograms and selections from the 1968 Rosemary’s Baby score by Christopher Komeda. Since I wrote the piece, it’s been announced …

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Geraldine Fibbers 1996

I can think of few things I wouldn’t do to’ve been at this show. If you ask me what those things are, I’ll change the subject, so it’s probably better to just listen and watch.

Aidan Baker “Already Drowning” LP (Gizeh UK)

Aidan Baker and Nadja release a lot of albums. Okay, sports metaphors usually make me barf, but: because both entities step up to the plate so much, you gotta figure they’re gonna hit one out of the park at some point. This one’s headed for the center field bleachers, Elmer. The Gizeh label states Already Drowning …

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