The Psychomodo - Cockney Rebel
"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.
Ruggiero Ricci, Menotti/Barber violin concertos, Reference Recording - only played it twice in many years, but checking out new phono stage.
Regions Of Light And Sounds Of God - Jim James.
Great vinyl pressing. Some instant moments of joy and plenty more that will unfold their wonders, I hope.
Love's A Prima Donna - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
My Aim Is True - Elvis Costello
Ooh i listened to porcupine the other day. But ocean rain is so much better!! I'm listening to colour of spring by talk talk. Sounds GREAT!!
Have been considering getting Ocean Rain on vinyl, back in the day had all the rest on vinyl (still do) but OR on cassette and then cd. (Make that just bought vinyl!)
Currently listening to Kraftwerk, Tour de France double album on heavy gauge sounds gorgeous
Uncle Meat - Zappa & The Mothers
A Wizard, A True Star - Todd Rundgren
Faithful - Todd Rundgren
My wife has bought me The White Album for my birthday and I am very happy.
My work place is closed, due to lack of interest. Mine not theirs. So this is what I'm listening to:
1) Initiation - Todd Rundgren.
This is the worst sounding LP of all time, surely. It's nearly 70 minutes long on a single vinyl album. Bonkers concept in all senses. Then again I actually found myself disregarding the sound quality and enjoying the sheer, vertiginous prog-ness of it all.
2) Jazz From Hell - Frank Zappa.
Play loud, annoy the neighbours, frazzle one's own brain.
A Capella by Todd Rundgren.
Vauxhall & I - Morrissey.
Abrogated my work and family obligations, only for a day, so I've had a 12 hour and counting listening session. It's like being a student again, but with better food and a better system to play it all on.
I've worked my way through this stack:
Southpaw Grammar - Morrisssey
Clear Spot & Shiny Beast - Beefheart
The Mix - Kraftwerk
Evil Urges, Circuital, At Dawn and Okonosos - My Morning Jacket
Smile - The Beach Boys
Pop Art - Pet Shop Boys
Want Two - Rufus Wainwright
Katy Lied - Steely Dan
Hand In My Head/Cry(Dust Brothers Remix) - Money Mark
The Best of - Nazz (I've re-discovered my student Rundgren collection. This sounds great. An 80's re-issue of their 60's tracks)
All Things Must Pass - George Harrison
No Nukes - Various
Extricate - The Fall
Runt - Todd Rundgren
A few more hours until tomorrow dawns and reality kicks in.
Charlie Jefferson wrote:Uncle Meat - Zappa & The MothersA Wizard, A True Star - Todd RundgrenFaithful - Todd Rundgren
I'm still trying to summon up the courage to give Uncle Meat another go . I don't think I've listened to it all the way through since buying it .
shropshire lad wrote:
Charlie Jefferson wrote:Uncle Meat - Zappa & The MothersA Wizard, A True Star - Todd RundgrenFaithful - Todd Rundgren I'm still trying to summon up the courage to give Uncle Meat another go . I don't think I've listened to it all the way through since buying it .
Don't know if it helps but I sequence it thus: Side 1,3,2 then the sublime side 4.
Or failing that, I stick on Kylie's Shocked on 12inch.
Greatest Hits - Earth, Wind & Fire
Chess Records: The Rhythm & The Blues
Old Ideas - Leonard Cohen
Port Of Morrow - The Shins
Sunken Condos - Donald Fagen
Bend Beyond - Woods
Vauxhall & I - Morrissey
Tempest - Bob Dylan
Scoop - Pete Townshend
Nixon - Lambchop
Despite the many distractions of all the LPs I've listened to this week, there's currently only one show in town, vinyl wise:
Jim James' Regions Of Light and Sounds Of God. It's wonderful.
Flash - The Official Adventures of Grandmaster Flash
James Blake - James Blake