My wife and I have had a lovely couple of days up in Whitby where I popped into a small 2nd hand vinyl and CD shop for a browse. Felt duty bound to buy something, so plumped for this Radio Paradise favourite..
Danish singer songwriter Agnes Obel - Philharmonics
Amplification: Creek Evolution 5350 with Creek Sequel 40 plug in phono stage
Speakers: Epos Elan 30
Sources: Squeezebox Touch - TEAC PD-H300C CDP - PC with Foobar 2000
DAC: Arcam rDAC kw
Turntable: Rega Planar P3 with Ortofon 2M Blue cart on RB300 tonearm
Various bits of wire supplied by Mark Grant and Van Damme
i love this album
Cyrus 8xpd qx
Denon TU1800 DAB
SEE Revolver TT/CA 540/Ortofon 2M Red.
Blue Break Beats - Nice!
Porcupine Tree - Signify
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
Danny! - Where is Danny?
JVC DLA-X30•Grandview Cyber Series (92")•LG 50PX990•Oppo BDP-93•Humax Foxsat HDR•Humax HDR-Fox T2•Vu+ Solo²•WD TV Live•Onkyo TX-NR818•Mackie HR824 MK2•BK Monoliith DF
Sonos Connect•Studiospares Seiwin 5A
Nexus 4 16GB•Nexus 7 32GB•SoundMAGIC PL11 & HP100
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
Pre-ordered early like me eh Chris?
Mines not arrived yet from Burning Shed but looking forward to it greatly. The Incident is my least favourite PT album yet when I went to see them live and they played it in full it was a different beast, sounded great. One things for sure with Steven Wilson at the helm you can count on a top quality recording, thats for certain.
Only came today.
Currently busy scanning the Albert Hall crowd pics in the booklet to see if I can see me and The Wife....
An old favourite from a year or two back...
John Grant - Queen of Denmark
Semisphere - Kosmos
Old skool hard trance from the Carl Cox album F.A.C.T.
PC > AVI Neutron Five 2.1
32GB Sony NWZ-A846 Walkman > Westone UM3x
Student days mid/late 80s, just got this on vinyl
God knows why the big gap, sorry.
Mine's arrived today. That's tonight sorted then.
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