Musical fidelity M6i Roksan caspian M2 cdp Atc scm 40s Tellurium Q black speaker cable chord chamelian xlr graham slee novo sennheiser hd598
Hi all I am listening to Robert Cray the bass is so powerfull it made the cats jump:rofl: in case you are wondering I writing this so as not to mess up the link if you quote this post not sure about all this computer ma larky .
Don't think much to this, anyone else like it?
Ah cheers for the reply, yeah I really like Slash and friends, I have Slash's first album and really like it but just don't get on with this one. Can't believe you saw them at Download - must have been amazing. I will be interested to hear what you think of this one when you hear. Cheers for that.
On a slightly different note Norwich not doing to well at present - unfortunately. Hoping we will pick up soon.
Agree, this is a bit so so compared to the last studio album.
Made in Stoke however is what is should be, live n loud!
Saw them at download too in 2010, was there mainly for the DC. I loved seeing Saxon again too!
Currently listening to this:
Not a huge rage fan myself, and crooked vultures ineteresting.
Missed Aerosmith because of the rain....
back to the OP
JRiver MC17 -> Cambridge Audio DACmagic+ -> Roksan Caspian M2 -> ProAc D18
Airosmith realy rocked we had been into Derby in the morning and got some waterproofs so we didn't miss much Did you see Airbourne ? the singer climbed up the stage and was cracking tins of beer on his head and chucking them int the crowd
Saw a bit of them, shame as I'm a big fan of their first album.
Last time I heard this was circa 1991 on an AR EB101 and my NAD 3130 and 18BX speakers.
Indianola Mississippi seed isn't in spotify for some reason, if you're a BB fan then this is a must:
Hi-Fi: Arcam A85, P85, CD192. B&W 602S3, PV1, Grado SR125, Atlas Titan, Hyper 2.0.
A/V: Sony KDL-V40A12U, BDP-S760, Humax Youview, Onkyo TX-SR875, B&W MT30 7.1, QED HDMI-P, S.A XT
Afterburner, great name for a record.
Presently playing some Poco.
And deadly for 12000 years is Carbon 14
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