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1Mathias Grassow
Transpersonal


Darkly soothing tones.
2Morton Feldman
Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello


Will keep repping this because it is one of his best pieces.
3 Maurizio
MCD


More Basic Channel techno domination.
4Void
Condensed Flesh
5Michael Pisaro and Toshiya Tsunoda
Crosshatches


Reception seems to be mixed amongst the miniature avant-garde circle of Sputnik, but I really enjoyed this. It would have placed high-ish on my 2012 list.
6Jorge Ben
Samba Esquema Novo


Listened to a bunch of MPB/Bossa/general Brazilian albums in the last week or so. Great stuff.
7Gal Costa and Caetano Veloso
Domingo
8Joao Gilberto
Chega de Saudade


Title track is so good.
9 Nara Leao
Dez Anoz Depois
10The Ex
Dignity of Labour


Continually repping these guys.
11The Ex
History is What's Happening


Come on.
12 Kalaprusha Maurice McIntyre
Humility In The Light of The Creator
13 Gridlock
Trace
14Grant Green
Solid
15Frank Lowe
Black Beings
16Crucifix
Dehumanization
17 Ajilvsga
The Origin of the Chaul


Great noisy drone/ambient.
18Charles Gayle
Repent


His release from last year, Streets, gained a few ratings on here, but his big couple of releases from the early '90s blow it out of the water. This is absolutely insane stuff. Long, spirited jams in a similar vain to late Coltrane (Live in Japan, etc).
19William Parker
O'Neal's Porch


Another free jazz legend that I have had little luck pushing on Sputnik. This album is quite accessible by free/avant jazz standards, particularly for it's strong rhythmic base, provided by of course Parker's fantastic bass playing (best since Mingus) and the rock solid Hamid Drake. The first few tracks are especially good.
20Brigitte Fontaine and Art Ensemble of Chicago
Comme a la radio
21Brighter Death Now
Innerwar
22 Blind Willie Johnson
Dark Was the Night
23Bela Bartok
The Miraculous Mandarin, Sz. 73
24Gyorgy Kurtag
Kafka-Fragments
25AMM
Newfoundland
26Andrzej Trzaskowski
Seant (Polish Jazz, Vol. 11)


Same series that brought you Astigmatic.
27 Andrew Hill
Smoke Stack
28Anthony Braxton
New York, Fall 1974
29Autechre
Envane
30Dave Burrell
Echo
31Horatiu Radulescu
Clepsydra; Astray
32 Oren Ambarchi, Jim O'Rourke, Keiji Haino
Now While It's Still Warm Let Us Pour All In
33Brotzmann / Van Hove / Bennink
Balls
34Lawrence
The Absence of Blight
35Masayuki Takayanagi
Eclipse


Noisy as shit free (barely) jazz.
36Rudimentary Peni
Cacophony
37Sonny Sharrock
Black Woman
38 Mahmoud Ahmed
Ere Mela Mela


Ethio-jazz
39Royal Trux
Twin Infinitives
40The Fall
Perverted By Language
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