Lodger - David Bowie
Scary Monsters & Super Creeps - David Bowie
"Inspired" Manticore Mantra TT, Technics SL-7 TT, Graham Slee Reflex M phono preamp. Cyrus CD8SE. iMac, Raspberry Pi c/w HiFiBerry Digi c/w Volumio or Rune Audio, Arcam rDAC. Roksan Kandy LIII amp, Spendor A5 speakers.
The Smiths - the queen is dead
Fleetwood Mac - Tango In the night
2 fantastic lps
Michell Gyrodec, RB303, Benz Micro Ace H, Icon Audio ST40 w/KT88s, PS1 Phono, Kudos X2, Rega Apollo R, DAC
1) Uncle Meat - Zappa/Mothers
2) Symphony no.4 - Tubin/Jarvi
3) Abbey Road (remastered version)
4) Evil Urges - MMJ
5) King Of Limbs - Radiohead
6) Bend Beyond - Woods
7) Zen Arcade - Husker Du
9) Gaucho - Steely Dan
A rare all-day listening session.
Country of origin - England not United Kingdom.
A Creature I Don't Know - Laura Marling
Ziggy Stardust The Motion Picture - David Bowie
1. Band on the run. Wings
2.Saint Dominics preview. Van Morrison
3. Sticky Fingers. Stones
4.Bridge over Troubled water. Simon & G
5.Born to Run. Bruce
6.Back in Black. AC DC
All bought for under a fiver from Carnival Records in Malvern except the Stones first pressing which I swapped the wife for
Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet
Patti Smith - Horses
Velvet Underground - Loaded
Lou Reed - New York Superstar
The Doors - Morrison Hotel
Wild Beasts - Two Dancers
loving the sounds of Grace Jones and her album " Nightclubbing"
Snow On The Tyne may be more appropriate today perhaps.
1) Symphony No.4 - Tubin.
2) Why Should The Fire Die? - Nickel Creek
3) Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles
4) Your Arsenal - Morrissey
5) Tribute To George Harrison - Yim Yames (Jim James)
6) Sunken Condos - Donald Fagen
Snow day with the children and lots of vinyl when they went to sleep.
moon wrote:loving the sounds of Grace Jones and her album " Nightclubbing"
I agree, my Island pressing is lovely!
Couldn't find a cover pic similar to mine so this inner wll do. Pink Floyd The Wall for any of you who didn't know.
Richard Strauss' Salome - Vienna Philharmonic/Christoph Von Dohnanyi
Images For Orchestra - Debussy/Previn
This Is PIL - PIL
The Photographer - Philip Glass
Face To Face - The Kinks
Another snow day, another day of vinyl. Back to work tomorrow.
Oh Yeah 1972 live classic and a good test for any system