Not something that will get a lot play, but couldn't resist picking it up in charity shop for £1.50 today, and in absolute mint condition...
Nice! I bet those synths sound great!
GyroDec SE (Lil' Video) - TechnoArm A - Grado Reference Platinum 1 cart
Rotel RCD-991 - Exposure VII Pre amp (Dual Mono) - 2 x Exposure VI PSU - Exposure Super VIII Power - Rogers Studio 1A
Optoma HD33 projector - 106" screen - Sony STR-DA1200ES - Tannoy Eyris Surround Package - REL Strata II
They did actually! I wasn't sure I was in the mood for it when I put it on, but enjoyed it immensely all the way through! Nice
Sonneteer amp, cdp & phono amp, Systemdek IIx900, Onkyo 876, Ruark spkrs + REL sub, bits and bobs
Deep Purple "Come Taste The Band", the new 2LP reissue. Great stuff!
Picked up a few discs yesterday from a record fair, but due to stylus problems not played any yet. However, as soon as that is sorted the first album I'm going to play is this one...
Never heard it before, but for £3.00 I thought it was well worth a punt to see how it compares to Focus.
Amplification: Creek Evolution 5350 with Creek Sequel 40 plug in phono stage
Speakers: Epos Elan 30
Sources: Arcam CD17 - Squeezebox Touch - PC via optical into FiiO D3 DAC
Turntable: Rega Planar P3 with Ortofon 2M Blue cart on RB300 tonearm
Various bits of wire supplied by Mark Grant and Van Damme
Every vinyl nuts home should have a copy of this....
Prolly one of the best produced albums ever.
Elvis costello - my aim is true mo-fi 180g
Elvis costello - This years model mo-fi 180g
Cars - cars mo-fi 180g
Elvis was on Radio 2 the other night when I was in the car - made a mental note at the time to keep an eye out for some of his stuff on vinyl - I imagine it plays well...
Yes it's really excellent expensive lps but really good.
And deadly for 12000 years is Carbon 14
You have impeccible taste. Classic album, IMHO.
I saw the mighty Hogs many times in the 70's and once in the 90's. Truly my favourite band of all time.
Split or Thank Christ for The Bomb the best? Who cares, they're both brilliant.
Unfortunately my original LP is so scratched and worn now its practically unplayable, but I still play the re-mastered CD of Split.
The guitar solo in Split Part 2 still sends shivers down my spine.
I can still see them playing Cherry Red on Top Of The Pops in 1971 even now, that was THE moment for me in terms of my lifelong love of music. Year zero. Whilst everyone at school debated who was best (Hendrix/Page/Clapton) I was the lone voice sticking up for Tony McPhee.
Rock on guys. Although you missed Gallagher out.
Lost Angeles:DIB:mickeyjoef:Lost Angeles:
True, and California, and Winter, and Blackmore, and Lee etc etc.
They were the big three at the time though. Made for good arguments though.
Still no stylus to play my buys from the weekend fair, but one of the first on will be this one..
Spent my downtime this evening cleaning them all with my Knosti.
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