Queen first album.
And deadly for 12000 years is Carbon 14
Prince - LoveSexy
GyroDec SE - TechnoArm A - Grado Reference Platinum 1 cart
Rotel RCD-991 - Exposure VII Pre amp (Dual Mono) - 2 x Exposure VI PSU - Exposure Super VIII Power - Rogers Studio 1A
Optoma HD33 projector - 106" screen - Sony STR-DA1200ES - Tannoy Eyris Surround Package - REL Strata II
The Carpenters - Singles '69 -' 73
Elton John - Greatest Hits Vol. II
Hmm, Prince, Carpenters and Elton John. I guess i'm having a gay morning.
You like that album, too, FD? I thought it was just me and Mitch! I'm umming and ahhing over whether to get it on vinyl. I have it on CD already.
Just buy it Bretts and be done with. Whats a ceedee anyways,lol.
The Island Story - 1962 to1987
My missus bought me this in 1987, and boy was vinyl thin and flimsy by that stage. The two LP's in this set really bend rather alarmingly. It's a big surprise therefore that it sounds as good as it does. Not played this in 20 years.
Creek Evolution 5350 amp (with Creek Sequel 40 phonoboard) - Creek Evolution 2 CDP - Squeezebox Touch
Rega P3 TT/RB300/Ortofon 2M Blue - Arcam rDACkw - Epos Elan 30s
Van Damme SC & Epiphany Atratus ICs
Notwist - Neon Golden
Easily one of my favourite LP's of the last decade. Ace live too.
Deep Purple Burn and Supertramp Breakfast in America.
Did a tour of the charity shops this morning and turned up nothing. One shop still has Court and Spark for £15 and Oxfam have a Camel and a Tina Turner for £8.99 each. My money stayed in the pocket.
Sources: Rega P7+Exact through Stagleine n Rega Saturn / Sonos - Naim Dac Chord Signature Pre: NAC 202 / Hicap / NAPSCPower: NAP 200Speakers: PMCGB1i wired with NACA5
Cracking album, forgot how good this one is. The Tracey Chapman one I listened to before has SOOOOO much more depth and emotion than the CD can recover.
I was playing that last night, too. Jinx!
You're right, it is a great album. It's the only one that I have of his, but i'll defo be getting more.
You're right about Tracey's album, too. It's really natural sounding.
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