Traffic - On the road. Joe Walsh - But Seriously Folks. Jeff Beck - Wired (with Jan Hammer). Billy Cobham & Alphonso Johnson - Alivemutherforya. Camel - A Live Record. Crosby Stills Nash & Young - 4 Way Street. Brand X - Livestock (U.S. - Passport Music 1977, with Phil Collins)
This summer (2012) I wanted to play some old 70's LP's (JazzFunk/FolkRock) and those few 80's albums and 12 inches I already had.
(Did not have had a turntable since 1992 ( it was CD time! )I always liked the Duals by looks and reputation, so bought an 505-1 from a person (old technician) who does refurbish those vintage TT's and sell them for little money.It's a very nice TT and works well, I like the 'manual' handling and not those 'automatic' fancy things. It sounds good with the Ortofon cartridge.)
[ CambridgeAudio 350A + 651BD + Tannoy RevoSign DC4 + Sharp TV ] [ GDrive 750GB -Firewire800 > Mac Mini -2010, Audirvana+ 2 & iTunes -A/FLAC > USB 16&24bit & iFi Nano idsd DAC. ] [ Dual 505-1 (Ortofon) + Cambridge 551P ]
Michell Orbe SE. Origin Live Illustrious 2/3. Transfiguration Axia S. Roksan amps. Dali Epicon 3 speakers.
Tedeschi Trucks Band - "Everybody's Talking" live album
Moving Pictures - Dire Straits
Diamond Dogs - Bowie
Sticky Fingers - The Rolling Stones
The Stones, The Beatles, The Coral, The Stooges, and The Who all mixed up into a classic and well sought after vinyl album.
Lounge: Panasonic TX-P50GT50 / Yamaha RX-A2020 / Panasonic DMP-BDT110 / Dali Zensor 3 / Dali Zensor Vokal / Mordaunt Short MS20i Pearl Edition / Roksan Radius 5.2 / WDTV My Book Live / Seagate Expansion / Sky HD Box
Half of this (got bored)
Followed by the whole of this
Wild Beasts - Two Dancers
The XX - Coexist
Bat for Lashes - The Haunted Man
Kraftwerk - Trans Europe Express
Since picking up my new RP1 this has been on pretty much every day....will look for a better recording of it if I can.
Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
One thing which does not make sense is how to add album art to the thread though.
marplesl wrote:One thing which does not make sense is how to add album art to the thread though.
I copy image into flickr (www.flickr.com) , then cut/paste the html language for the image (click "share" in flickr, or html link (I think in the alternative www.photobucket.com), then click the HTML icon here in the WHF comment box, paste the html stuff that you've copied and click update.)
It's a bit of a pavlova but give it a try
By the way, if you ever get to see/hear the blu-ray of stop making sense, it's superb.
3-disc Music on Vinyl production - really good sound quality, and such great music. Clapton et al owe him so much !!!!
Takes me back to 1987, I bought this album at the Bristol HiFi show of that year, Steve Gibbons was the entertainment after the exibitors dinner on Saturday night. A great sound then and now, I am enjoying it with my new Northwest Audio re-tip. Its is a live recording at The Dublin Castle, Camden Town . . . great music . . . the volume is up!!!
Godspeed You! Black Emperor- "Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!"
Recommended by brother, and got 4/5 in Mojo this month...interesting! (Lots of !)
Neglected the TT recently so going to give it a decent play tonight starting with something from the Charity shop @ £1.99
Sounds OK, Now whats next?
Side 1 of this Followed by
Gypsy and Soldier of Fortune from Stombringer- Deep Purple, The Sandman - America and now side 2 of this