'Sun Ra: Intentional Otherness and the Search for a Place'

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#1 Thu, 2011-03-10 14:17
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'Sun Ra: Intentional Otherness and the Search for a Place'

Sat, 2011-03-12 19:45
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Hello all,



Does anybody have any good recommendations for picking up the
Art Yard releases here in the US? Amazon's inventory is a bit
spotty, and a lot of the other 'big names' are even worse.



Also, since I've been out of the loop for a while (and I'm
seeing all of these releases by companies like Norton that seem
to overlap with stuff that's already out there), does anybody
have a general overview of just what *is* available on CD? Even
just an overview of the Saturns (and whether they differ from
the original releases or not) would be nice, even though I know
that is a tedious task.



Thanks

Kevin Loy


Sun, 2011-03-13 00:05 (Reply to #2)
Nick Wood
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Discogs is probably you're best bet: http://www.discogs.com/label/Art+Yard
Another useful site is Rate Your Music: http://rateyourmusic.com/label/art_yard/


If you don't mind buying on line I would recommend buying direct from the label: artyardinfo@googlemail.com At least then you know all the funds are going back into the label and not to some profit motivated seller.


Nick


On 13 March 2011 04:43, Kevin Loy <haciendacaliente@verizon.net> wrote:

Hello all,



Does anybody have any good recommendations for picking up the
Art Yard releases here in the US? Amazon's inventory is a bit
spotty, and a lot of the other 'big names' are even worse.



Also, since I've been out of the loop for a while (and I'm
seeing all of these releases by companies like Norton that seem
to overlap with stuff that's already out there), does anybody
have a general overview of just what *is* available on CD? Even
just an overview of the Saturns (and whether they differ from
the original releases or not) would be nice, even though I know
that is a tedious task.



Thanks

Kevin Loy


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Sun, 2011-03-13 05:10 (Reply to #3)
Tom Boves 2
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Hi Kevin,

The Art Yards are available through Chris Cutler's Recommended Records in the UK. 
Check their website: http://www.rermegacorp.com/

I ordered my copies there and they were delivered in the Netherlands fast and safe.
Hope this helps.

Tom




Op 13 mrt 2011, om 04:43 heeft Kevin Loy het volgende geschreven:



Hello all,

Does anybody have any good recommendations for picking up the Art Yard releases here in the US? Amazon's inventory is a bit spotty, and a lot of the other 'big names' are even worse.

Also, since I've been out of the loop for a while (and I'm seeing all of these releases by companies like Norton that seem to overlap with stuff that's already out there), does anybody have a general overview of just what *is* available on CD? Even just an overview of the Saturns (and whether they differ from the original releases or not) would be nice, even though I know that is a tedious task.

Thanks
Kevin Loy

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Sun, 2011-03-13 06:40 (Reply to #4)
Sean Westergaard
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in the states, Dusty Groove in chicago usually has the art yard stuff. www.dustygroove.com

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Subject: Re: [ Saturn ] Seeking an online CD store recommendation,and a general Sun Ra CD question

Hi Kevin,

The Art Yards are available through Chris Cutler's Recommended Records
in the UK.
Check their website: http://www.rermegacorp.com/

I ordered my copies there and they were delivered in the Netherlands
fast and safe.
Hope this helps.

Tom

Op 13 mrt 2011, om 04:43 heeft Kevin Loy het volgende geschreven:

> Hello all,
>
> Does anybody have any good recommendations for picking up the Art
> Yard releases here in the US? Amazon's inventory is a bit spotty,
> and a lot of the other 'big names' are even worse.
>
> Also, since I've been out of the loop for a while (and I'm seeing
> all of these releases by companies like Norton that seem to overlap
> with stuff that's already out there), does anybody have a general
> overview of just what *is* available on CD? Even just an overview of
> the Saturns (and whether they differ from the original releases or
> not) would be nice, even though I know that is a tedious task.
>
> Thanks
> Kevin Loy
> _______________________________________________
> Saturn mailing list
> Saturn@lists.outerspaceways.info
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Sun, 2011-03-13 15:07
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RER USA has the art yard cds for the best prices I have found in the US. Free shipping and you get them in 3-4 days. I just got Space Probe for 16.95.

 

http://www.rerusa.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=RERU...