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Thread: Recommend some instrumental cds please

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    Recommend some instrumental cds please

    Im searching for some new instrumental albums, but what I dont want is shred or fusion... It doesnt even need to be guitar oriented. Heres some stuff i like (or recently discovered via the web), maybe you know something similar?

    Steve Cropper - With a little help from my friends
    St. Germain - Tourist
    Camel - The Snowgoose
    Red Spareowes (http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=11925)
    Mogwai (http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=1641)
    Ulver (http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=2089)


    thanks!
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    If you like St. Germain - Tourist, you may also enjoy:
    - Bugge Wesseltofts New concept of jazz, Sharing, Filming, Movin', Filming and especially the Live album with John Scofield on guitar.
    - Esbjrn Svenssen Trio - anything
    and maybe Gotan Project.

    It's all instrumental, and the same type of music I'd say

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    If you like Camel, you might want to check out Focus: Moving Waves and III.

    -best,
    Mike

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    Thanks for your recommendations - listen to some soundclips and i definitly enjoy all them. Allthough that Hocus Pocus tune by Focus is quite odd .

    Funny that almost the same thread about (shred) guitar recomendations gathers a LOT of answers and mine doesnt..... its a weird world....


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    If you aren't familiar with Jonas Hellborg's stuff, you should give him a try. Some of his music is quiet complex but still very musical IMO.
    One of his most famous album is "Good People In Times Of Evil". It's a mixture of Jazz/Fushion and traditional indian music.

    Matthias

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