Charlie Jefferson wrote:A mammoth session last night. One last blast before the whole system goes into storage for a few weeks. i hope you survve the drought!I unearthed these two old faves from the 80s:-Paul Simon - Heart and BonesSade - Diamond LifeHad forgotten about Ms Adu until another mag gave them a write up recently. Still sounds fab, and appears to be AAA, i.e. no digits anywhere, unlike Mr Simon's.
Charlie Jefferson wrote:A mammoth session last night. One last blast before the whole system goes into storage for a few weeks.
A mammoth session last night. One last blast before the whole system goes into storage for a few weeks.
i hope you survve the drought!
I unearthed these two old faves from the 80s:-
Paul Simon - Heart and Bones
Sade - Diamond Life
Had forgotten about Ms Adu until another mag gave them a write up recently. Still sounds fab, and appears to be AAA, i.e. no digits anywhere, unlike Mr Simon's.
Thanks for the thought.
I'm only a few days in to this non-vinyl regime and it's not good. Listening to digital through my headphones isn't too enjoyable.
Roll on June, July or whenever my house re-build is done!
Depeche Mode - A Broken Frame
Tears for Fears - The Hurting
Judie Tzuke - Portfolio x 2 - I just love this album, sounds fantastic!
Roxy Music - Avalon
Michell Gyrodec, RB303, Benz Micro Ace H, Icon Audio ST40 w/KT88s, PS1 Phono, Kudos X2, Rega Apollo R, DAC
I first listened to this LP as a student in the 1960's when it was first released on a record player. I was hooked. i always considered that this recording is a must in any Jazz collection. I bought a Cd later on but still hankered for the vinyl. Finally last month i tracked one down in its original sleeve format. Now i listen to it in my proper HiFi system through B&W speakers. Simply great.
Last nights vinyl listening was -
Yes - 90125.
This then demanded a listen to -
Yes - 9012Live - The Solos.
Marvindodgers wrote:Last nights vinyl listening was -Yes - 90125.This then demanded a listen to -Yes - 9012Live - The Solos.
A man after mine own heart....that album is mint I must look out for the live one!
Super Tramp Breakfast in America
The Animals Ark
Manfred Mann Mann Made
John Lennon Live in New York City
Enjoying on my new K550's :rockout:
Missus keeps giving me funny looks
Greatest Hits - The Jam
Even In The Quietest Moments - Supertramp
Johnny The Fox - Thin Lizzy
Dig The New Breed - The Jam
Benefit - Jethro Tull
Aqualung - Jethro Tull
"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.
Depeche Mode - Delta Machine
Every Picture Tells A Story - Rod Stewart
Reckless - Bryan Adams
The Next Day - David Bowie
Tangerine Dream - Hyperborea
It's my bday tomorrow and the latest bits of vinyl are jake bugg- jake bugg and joe bonamassa an acoustic evening at Vienna opera house so I will report back if any need avoiding for poor recording quality.
But I am going to buy one more I can't pick which one I want more
kylies Abby road sessions ,
james Vincent mcmorrows -early in the morning,
or the Beatles rubber soul 2009 remastered vinyl
I have a applelossless copy of the Beatles mp3 download of James Vincent and have listened to kylie on spotify and all sound good so has any one go any of the above on vinyl and can share some info on packaging and recording quality cheers guys
Sorry if this is in the wrong place.
Just bought this lp. JOHNNY BURNETTE AND THE ROCK" n ROLL TRIO. Its on USA CORAL no. CRL 57080.
Rockabilly at its best!!