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Vancouver and Seattle were great. Going to take me a while to work my way through all these though lol.

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the sheer volume of superb music on these sets is hugh mungus

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Only have Vancouver (again) and DC left on the NA sets, as I've gone thru them in alphabetical order in the past month. 17 down, 2 to go.

Is it just me, or did Sean & Rob seem kinda drunk on the Toronto set lol

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getting ready for a bike ride. remembered there are hours of unlistened AE_LIVE

 

what's in your bullwallet

Fixt

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has anyone cut up theses sets into tracks?

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why would anyone want to do such a thing?

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so you could piece together the ultimate set that sean and rob never could

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God damn. It's so fucking cool to listen to the portland set and re-live that show. Fuck this is rad.

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Portland show was great. Wish I could've been at the final one in Denver though. They went balls out on that set.

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yikes

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yikes indeed. on another note.. the comparison was mentioned many times in the nts megathread, but ive been re-obsessing over fusion miles and the way his band could maintain a groove over long-form tracks while each instrument is expressive and independent within the whole.  not to get hyper-analytic about it but just to say that this era of miles and recent autechre really compliment one another for me, and when im in that mood i really enjoy to bounce between them freely.

 

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ahhaha this is fuckin ace

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miles rules. toot toot

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yikes indeed. on another note.. the comparison was mentioned many times in the nts megathread, but ive been re-obsessing over fusion miles and the way his band could maintain a groove over long-form tracks while each instrument is expressive and independent within the whole. not to get hyper-analytic about it but just to say that this era of miles and recent autechre really compliment one another for me, and when im in that mood i really enjoy to bounce between them freely.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODNbsRI8mDg

Yeah mang fully.

 

I got a box set of late 70s Miles around the time of NTS, I was seeing parallels everywhere.

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this is what i imagine the BoC subforum to be like

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If you’ve never listened to In a Silent Way or Bitches Brew, slap yourself; make it a priority.

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Jack Johnson and On The Corner I feel have the most parallels. Especially the title track of the latter, the way the snare kind of seems to slip around the beat.

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Jack Johnson and On The Corner I feel have the most parallels. Especially the title track of the latter, the way the snare kind of seems to slip around the beat.

Great albums

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Jack Johnson and On The Corner I feel have the most parallels. Especially the title track of the latter, the way the snare kind of seems to slip around the beat.

Agreed, especially On the Corner, and the long tracks from Get Up With It for me.  Super loose and groovy stuff.  Also the way melody is treated like a texture and the foreground/background seem to switch places remind me of autechre.  Bitches Brew and In a Silent Way (which I love..) have a sort of different vibe imo

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The most Davis-esque track is irlite (get 0) tho.

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seattle is probably my fav so far 4th straight listen, it's a standout for sure ... a lot of you were right.

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The box set for on the corner is def the closest thing to nts. Just variations on themes that go all over the place but stay there at the same time.

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