Grace Jones - Slave to the rythym
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
Both mint, cleaned and bought this morning for £10 combined
I love my local record shop
Naim unitiserve with Teddy Pardo PSU feeding NDX into Supercapped Nac 282 / 200
Rega P7 with exact feeding into Naim stagleine for vinyl duties
All mounted on Quadraspire Evo racks / dedicated wiring CCT and played through PMC GB1is
The 80's LP re-issue on Beggers Banquet Records knocks spots off the later CD which is full of so much filler it spoils the original album. "Dr.Sardonicus" next I reckon...
NVA amplification & cables/ Myryad Z210 CDP / Squeezebox Touch / Beresford Caiman Mk II / Epos Elan 30
Ooh, 'Slave to the rhythm'. I'm jealous.
'Rumours' sounds fantastic. Love that album.
Led Zeppelin - Latter Days, never fails to make me want to dance!
Following the demise of Family, Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney formed Streetwalkers in the 70's. They never pulled up many trees but were a decent enough live attraction. Roger Chapman's unique vocal style being very much of the "marmite" variety. However, this live album from that mid 70's period is a pretty good effort...
(If you're reading Bretty, it finally arrived on Saturday after a 2 week wait! Sounds pretty good - equivalent at least to what I'm getting thru the CDP (is that damning with faint praise? not sure). Noise floor is very low, that's for certain).
Led Zeppelin "Presence" The Who "Tommy" Sounds brilliant.
<p>Michell Orbe SE. Origin Live Illustrious 2/3. Transfiguration Axia S. Roksan amps. Dali Epicon 2 speakers.</p>
On original 70's vinyl, still sounding bloody powerful...
Alchemy Dire Straits live - currently listening to "Private investigations"
At the moment, Shellac 78s... does that count?
OK with me. I've played
Side one of Roy Harper as it needs a good clean and I'd ordered a half speed re-mastered version of Brothers In Arms which could not be supplied so I dug my original version out, it sounds like it needs a good clean to.
UNKLE ,War Stories
Goinna move on to some Mastodon after this, Leviathan sounds bloody amazin on vinyl!