Paul Rodgers Muddy Water Blues well worth a listen if you like blues if you like Paul Rodgers
featuring Jeff Beck David Gilmoore Buddy Guy Brain May Steve Miller Gary Moore Trevor Rabin Richie Sambora Slash etc
Musical Fidelity M6500i Musical FidelityM6 CDP ATC SCM 40s Cord Chameleon plus XLRs Tellurium Q Black speaker cables
Richard Marx - Hazard
Hi-Fi - Yamaha RX-V667 > AVI DM5 > AVI subwoofer
Head-Fi - Epiphany Acoustics EHP-O2Di > Sennheisser HD700
Portable - Sony NWZ-A847 > Westone UM3x
The mighty QUO on the level well someone has to admitt listening to em :rockout: :rockout:
Status Quo have done a few great songs.
Rocking all over the world, Whatever you want and Down down are true rock classics. :rockout:
Lapalux - Nostalchic
James Blake - Overgrown
Home cinema system: LG 55EA980W OLED TV, Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.
Gadgets: iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.
Men Without Hats - The Safety Dance
The video to this is brilliant and has me in stitches every time I watch it. It's a bit like Robin Hood on magic mushrooms.
steve_1979 wrote:Men Without Hats - The Safety Dance
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7hHx7gdN68 The video to this is brilliant and has me in stitches every time I watch it. It's a bit like Robin Hood on magic mushrooms.
I used to have that on a music video tape, have not seen it for about 20 years!
Only listening to a bog standard MP3 version but I just can't make my mind up whether I like it or not. The first two tracks are really good and then it kind of runs out of steam for me.
My favourite release of 2013 so far with some wonderful playing by both Giltrap and Wakeman and a great range of music with real light and shade. Fantastic recording quality too, just to top it all off.
Music Has The Right To Children by Boards of Canada, got to be in its entirety. I never tire of this classic!