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    Another long shot (in the dark) for the sake of those jolly exciting fragments of hope for good old trading on here!
    Scrambled some potentially fancy-tickling things. Name it and claim it in case of agitated eagerness.
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    Tomasz Stańko, Tomasz Szukalski, Edvard Vesala, Peter Warren ‎– TWET (Muza) free-form experimental
    Cătălin Tîrcolea ‎– Zboruri (Electrecord) breaks
    Zbigniew Namysłowski - S/T (Muza) breaks
    The Andrzej Trzaskowski Quintet - Polish Jazz Vol. 4 (Muza) avantgarde
    Prague Big Band, Milan Svoboda ‎– Reminiscences (Supraphon) fusion + breaks
    V.V. Systém ‎– Quasar (Opus) fusion
    Klaus Lenz ‎– Für Fenz (Amiga) breaks


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    The Sovremennik Orchestra under the baton of A. Kroll. A classic. Breaks!
    Yuri Saulsky - Incidental music from the movie Back in the sun. Breaks.
    Moscow Jazz Festival `78. Record 3. Classic breaks.
    Allegro Ansemble - In This World. Mood, fusion, breaks.
    Arsenal - A Second Breath. Space fusion.
    Arsenal - With Our Own Hands. A corker. The peak of them.
    Melodiya Ensemble - Pop Medley. BREAKZ.
    Leonid Chizhik - Reminiscences. Bost pop improvisations live
    Ganelin/Tarasov - Opus A2. Free jazz.
    Mirza Zivere. Soulful zazzy disco breaks. A soviet classic.
    Ganelin/Tarasov/Cekasin - Poi Seque. Avantgarde brew.
    Kuznetsov/Gromin - Ten Years After. Guitar duo. Mellow, moody, must-have.

    Any offers are welcome and appreciated. PM if need.
    Long live the forum!
    Alex



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