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Yawn Yawn Yawn - Sth Notional (2003)

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Cantoma - Gambarra (Unreleased Mix) 2017

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Farbror Resande Mac - Hägringen (2015)

Gaussian Curve - Impossible Island (Yard Theatre Session 2017)

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G O L D E N (2017)

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G O L D E N - Sir Real

01 Remembering - Lav & Purl
02 White Nile - Kelan Phil Cohran And Legacy
03 After The Storm - Dreadzone
04 Elastic Dub - Beat Pharmacy
05 Stranger Things - Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein
06 First, Consider The Lilies (extract) - The Orb
07 Mountain - Dreadzone
08 This Road - Poldoore
09 Dix Vertes (Cosmodelica Remix) - Cantoma
10 Long Water - Wilson Tanner
11 N7 Odyssey - Mudd & Pollard
12 Where Is My Friend - Dreadzone
13 Talva Lumi (Apiento Lx Remix) - Cantoma
14 Cristina and Carolina - Jonny Nash
15 Villa Stavros - Mudd & Pollard
16 We'd Like To Capture Your Mind - Cobby & Porky
17 We Have All The Time In The World (Live in London) - The Specials

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THE REVOLUTIONARIES - Disco dub (1978 Channel one)

Language - Tranquility Bass (1992)

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Tranquility Bass - Cantamilla live at the Double Door 8/28/97

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Kaktus - Olefonken (2016)

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Hubbabubaklubb 'Mopedbart (Olefonken's Autostrada Miks)' (2017)

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Fly Away Jack (Instrumental) - Romain Bezzina (2016)

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Lav & Purl - Remembering [ASIPV007] (2017)

Concierto - Jim Hall (1975)

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"Guitarist Jim Hall is the sort of musician who displays such technical expertise, imaginative conception, and elegance of line and phrase that almost any recording of his is worth hearing. Still, Concierto ranks among the best albums of his superb catalog. For starters, the personnel here is a jazz lover's dream come true. Paul Desmond (saxophone), Chet Baker (trumpet), Roland Hanna (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Steve Gadd (drums) are on board, creating -- along with Hall -- one of the highest profile lineups ever put to tape. Yet Concierto is not about star power and showboating. As subtle, nuanced, and considered as any of Hall's output, the ensemble playing here demonstrates great group sensitivity and interplay, giving precedence to mood and atmosphere over powerhouse soloing. Conductor and arranger Don Sebesky evinces a chamber ambience from the sextet on "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," the smoky "The Answer Is Yes," and the Hall centerpiece "Concierto de Aranjuez."
-AllMusic

1. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
2. Two's Blues
3. The Answer Is Yes
4. Concierto de Arenjuez
5. Rock Skippin'
6. Unfinished Business
7. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (alt. take)
8. The Answer Is Yes (alt. take)
9. Rock Skippin (alt. take)

Jim Hall (g), Chet Baker (tr), Paul Desmond (as), Roland Hanna (p), Ron Carter (b), Steve Gadd (dr)