BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW wrote:The Aphex Twin was just unplayable, and I remember the first 2 copies I bought of Laughing Stock by Talk Talk a year ago were pretty poor soundwise. Do you think it's bandwagon jumping?Do you think all these pressings are legit?I know for certain that there are plenty of illegal repressings around, but I'm not sure how the likes of Amazon would be duped into selling them.
The Aphex Twin was just unplayable, and I remember the first 2 copies I bought of Laughing Stock by Talk Talk a year ago were pretty poor soundwise.
Do you think it's bandwagon jumping?
Do you think all these pressings are legit?
I know for certain that there are plenty of illegal repressings around, but I'm not sure how the likes of Amazon would be duped into selling them.
I've never heard a decent pressing of this unfortunately, from the original through to the represses of recent years. I have several other LPs pressed by the same record label (R&S/Apollo) and they are all problematic in one way or another, which is such a shame as the music deserves so much more.
Jean-Michel Jarre - In Concert Houston/Lyon
Rega P3/Elys 2; Pioneer A-400; Kef Q15; Sonos Connect.
Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan (mono)
Before The Flood - Dylan/The Band
Hard Rain - Bob Dylan
Beethoven 'Pastoral', Symphony No. 6 in F major op.68, Fidelio Overture op.72e
Sir Adrian Boult/Philharmonic Promenade Orchestra of London - Vanguard/Stereolab
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
I bet that sounds great on vinyl. Only got a 12" single from it.
Recently I unearthed the William Burroughs/Disposable Heroes collaboration on vinyl though, and that's great.
Can't work out if I have a crackly copy, or if it's all the samples crackling, but it's a stupendous album though.
You can get it pretty cheap on Discogs.
I've never heard the Burrows/Heroes album, will have to see if I can get a copy.
Bill Callaghan 'Dream River'
Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound Of Thunder
Beautifully recorded live album from 1988.
Sam Brown - April Moon
Lovely album by a great singer who only seems to turn up with Jools Holland these days.
Kate Bush - The Hounds Of Love
A masterpiece from a true legend who has produced more than her fair share of brilliant albums.
Joni Mitchell - Court and Spark
Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan
Just spinning Hounds of Love on the RP6 & Elicit - been away with work & hols for last few weeks - I'm gobsmacked at how much control the Elicit has over the RS3s - the Brio was a cracking amp but list it's way a bit when I pushed the volume, however the Elicit is kicking ass - I guess this is what I should expect for an amp costing 3 x the Brio R ?
Michell Gyrodec, SME IV, Benz Micro Ace H, Icon Audio ST40 w/KT88s, PS1 Phono, Kudos X2, Rega Apollo R, DAC
We can't dance,
Phil's drumkit sounds superb on the RP1.
Having been a bit disillusioned of late regarding the quality and cost of decent 2nd hand vinyl, I've had a hiatus from vinyl in general. However recently I bought this LP for a decent price. Unfortunately the sellers idea of Exc/VGC does not correspond with mine, and it is a bit crackly in parts, though not to the extent that it's unlistenable. Ho-hum, that's vinyl I suppose.
Anyways, a pretty decent album.
Creek 5350 amp, Creek Evo 2 CDP, SBT, Beresford Caiman Mk I DAC, Epos Elan 30, Pro-Ject 2Xperience Acryl with 2M Blue, various Van Damme & Mark Grant cables