Having only just got into vinyl again, these are the first albums Ive liberated from the loft at my mothers.
Vinyl really shows up how much better it sounds on The Unforgettable Fire. The CD or digital file always sounds badly produced, whereas the vinyl feels open and airy, far better depth of sound.
The Kick Inside - Kate Bush
Never For Ever - Kate Bush
"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.
Siamese Dream - Smashing Pumpkins
Rent 12inch - Pet Shop Boys
The Steve Howe Album
King Of Limbs - Radiohead
Making Movies - Dire Straits
Pictures At Eleven - Robert Plant
Black Narcissus - Joe Henderson
Evil Urges - MMJ
Zuma - Neil Young
Nocturama - Nick Cave
Street Scene - Bark Psychosis.
ifor wrote:The Kick Inside - Kate BushNever For Ever - Kate Bush
And Sting - Dream of the.........
so much good 80s vinyl about!
Michell Gyrodec, SME IV, Benz Micro Ace H, Icon Audio ST40 w/KT88s, PS1 Phono, Kudos X2, Rega Apollo R, DAC
The guitars on this sound fabulous. Johnny Marr - Legend
shropshire lad wrote:Bod wrote:Got around 30 people coming to my very small house tonight for a "Bring a Vinyl and Food" party. That sounds like a very long evening if all 30 get to play their records in full .
Bod wrote:Got around 30 people coming to my very small house tonight for a "Bring a Vinyl and Food" party.
Got around 30 people coming to my very small house tonight for a "Bring a Vinyl and Food" party.
That sounds like a very long evening if all 30 get to play their records in full .
It was a very long night, music went on at around 8.00pm and ended at about 3.30am so the desck was spining for almost 8hrs. The night went well though, if a bit hectic, will invite far less people next time, only about half the guests brought music, the other half just wanted to get pissed. Wrote down most of what we played :read: but lost the piece of paper for a while and some didn't get recorded.
- The Black Keys - The Big Come Up (full)
- New Order - Lost Sirens (Side
- Mr Scruff - Trouser Jazz (Side E)
- War Song - Ancient Times
- Captain Everything - Bombsong
- Now Thats What I call music II (Selected tracks)
- Public Enemy - Yo! Bum Ruch The Show (B)
- The Clash - London Calling
- Andrew Jackson Jihad - Unknown album (B)
- Bullets For You - Toxic Reasons
- Mischief Brew - Smash The Windows
- Eurythmics - Savage
- RVIVR - s/t (Full)
- The Bug - London Zoo
- Husker Du - Land Speed Record
- The Pixies - Into The White (BBC Recordings)
- World Inferno Frinedship Society - Red Eyed Soul
- The Smiths - s/t
- The Animals - The Most of
- The Specimen - EP (full)
- The Beatles - Twist & Shout (single)
- The Kinks - All day and all night (single)
- The Moody Blues - Nights in white satin (single)
- Calvinball/Onsind - Split
- The Beat - The Best of
- The Who - Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy
There were a couple more but I gave up writing them down at this point as it was about 3am :cheers: .
'Power In The Darkness' by Tom Robinson Band. Superb.
Amp; CDP; Turntable; Tuner; Speakers
Canterbury Tales - Caravan
Close To You - The Carpenters (it isn't mine!)
Unplugged - Eric Clapton
rjb70stoke wrote:The guitars on this sound fabulous. Johnny Marr - Legend
The best Smiths album ever......
Though the guitar riff on handsome devil...............even johnny marr cant play it as good :rofl:
Vinyl Sunday so here is today's list:
The Smiths - Strangeways Here We Come
White Stripes - Elephant
Jonsi - Go
Echo & the Bunneymen - Porcupine
New Order - Technique
Bat For Lashes - Two Suns
Anna Calvi - Anna Calvi
M.I.A - Maya
Laura Marling - A Creature I Don't Know
coming up John Coltrane - A Love Supreme