Saturday, December 17, 2011

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Full title:

Ircha-Mikołaj Trzaska Clarinet Quartet - Watching Edvard

Tom

Stef said...

Hi Tom,

I was still with the previous album ... Lark Uprising. I haven't received "Watching Edvard" yet.

stef

Anonymous said...

"most innovative" ?????

Anonymous said...

that's right:

'innovative' and at least 'experimental' are the most stupid killer arguments since long, long year used by lots of critics.

and - doesn't say anything

Stanley Jason Zappa said...

K A I S O S T O R I E S!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

But "Lark Uprising" by Ircha is a record from 2010.

Tom

Stef said...

So is Fpton Quartet ... it takes time to listen to everything ...

Stef said...

I meant Foton Quartet

Pajari Räsänen said...

I'm afraid I've so far heard from this list only # 10, but it's just as incomparably beautiful as probably any of these albums. So I'll vote for # 10, and am happy that I don't have to compare.

Anonymous said...

Sei Miguel & Pedro Gomes - Turbina Anthem

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Patch said...

J'aime beaucoup le Foton Quartet mais n'est-il pas sorti en 2010?

Stef said...

Foton Quartet is indeed from 2010, but it may take some time before the album is shipped and listened to and reviewed ... so late 2010 albums should get their chance in 2011.

Frédito said...

William Parker and his Winter sun crying is the one album, among the "handfull" I heard on this list, that left me with the most profound will to meet it again.

Anonymous said...

Bests: Alfred Harth-'Entelechy,etc' and Stare Case- 'Public Vanity'.

Patch said...

fair enough Stef ;)