Currently listening to ESCM by BT
God I love this album, takes me somewhere else
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
Musical fidelity M6i Roksan caspian M2 cdp Atc scm 40s Tellurium Q black speaker cable chord chamelian xlr graham slee novo sennheiser hd598
not heard this in years a good recording interesting sound Cool for cats reminds me of driving my riley 1.5 to hemel hempsted to see my girlfriend in 1979 ( now the wife of 32 years)
first listen zzt sounding goood
yeah liked it, nice sound
Indie electronca folky prog. If you like Tunng or Efterklang try this
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
this album will give your system a work outnice deep bass delicate instruments the whole lot prog rock at its best IMHO
I've been on a bit of a Marillion-fest since they released their latest album a couple of weeks ago.
This morning I'm listening to the two CD album Happiness Is The Road, beautiful music throughout which most people will never give the light of day to, their loss.
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
I know what you mean.
I'm totally biased with regards RT, I can go and pick any of his albums without looking and enjoy it irrespective, whether it be Henry the Human Fly or Dream Attic. The only possible exception to this would be his Front Parlour Ballads which I reckon is his weakest effort, but still has it's moments nonetheless.
If pushed I'd probably nominate Rumor & Sigh as my favourite, mainly because it contains 1952 Vincent Black Lightning.
Stunning stuff !
Funky post rock, if you like Tortoise try Ui
Demons and Wizards this brings back memorys of the Hammersmith Odean in the 1970s whe you could see bands for a couple of quid great prog rockers shame David Byron is nolonger with us
Oh yes, the mighty Heep! Weren't they one of the inspirations for Spinal Tap?
I went to see them at Manchester Free Trade Hall in 1972 (I think, I'm pretty sure it was a school night), a triple bill too.... Paladin, Sha Na Na, and Uriah Heep. Could only have cost about £2.50.
Those were the days.
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