I am affraid that they used to dress like that in the seventys , but a great album none the less
Yes a great album indeed.
I played Disc 5 of the BBD Box Set today whilst driving around. Now normally I give bonus tracks,demoes,live versions, unreleased tracks etc. a wide berth, but this definitely does not fall under that category. Well worth a listen, the demoes in particular, plus there is an absolutely stonking live cut of Terminal Street off the above album.
Amplification: Creek Evolution 5350 with Creek Sequel 40 plug in phono stage
Speakers: Epos Elan 30
Sources: Arcam CD17 - Squeezebox Touch - PC via optical into FiiO D3 DAC
Turntable: Rega Planar P3 with Ortofon 2M Blue cart on RB300 tonearm
Various bits of wire supplied by Mark Grant and Van Damme
Rega RP3/Elys 2, Roksan K2 CDS, Squeezebox Touch, Denon PMA720AE, Q Acoustics 2020i, Sennhesier HD595, Beyer-Dynamic DT770PRO, Chord Crimson/Chord Rumour 2
Musical fidelity M6i Roksan caspian M2 cdp Atc scm 40s Tellurium Q black speaker cable chord chamelian xlr graham slee novo sennheiser hd598
One of my all-time favourites, through the SBT (ripped from CD in FLAC using EAC):
A true all-time classic:
I must play this again soon, the original vinyl that is.
And deadly for 12000 years is Carbon 14
another fantastic disc
did'nt realy get into this when I brought it I am giving it a second go tonight
Canadian psychedlic, eastern influenced, instrumental
Internet - laptop - DAC - amp - lots of headphones.
"A music lover will stop what he's doing and stay glued to a favorite piece of music even if it's coming over a 3" speaker or a public-address system..." - Ken Rockwell
Taking a break from my recent BeBopDeluxefest, and listening to my very first Porcupine Tree CD Stupid Dream (bought off the back of hearing and loving the track Piano Lessons on a freebie Mojo CD in 1999), and I think it is still probably my favourite PT album..
If you like a bit of ozzy rock music you should give Wolfmother a listen
Zero 7 - When It Falls. Very relaxing this time of the evening.
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
my introduction to Richard Thomson Still sounds as good as it ever did
© 2013 Haymarket Publishing