The Knife - Shaking The Habitual
Beth Rowley , " Forest fire " from her new soon to be realeased album .
I can't wait :exmark:
Electrocompaniet EMC 1 UP , Monarchy Audio DIP, Electrocompaniet ECD 1 dac , EC4.8 preamp , 2x AW180 monoblock power amps , PMC PB1i speakers . Thousands of Cd's .
Jamiroquai - Hey Floyd
Hi-Fi - Teufel DecoderStation 5 > AVI DM5
Head-Fi - Epiphany Acoustics EHP-O2Di > Sennheisser HD700
Portable - Sony NWZ-A847 > Westone UM3x
:rockout: Red Hot Chilli Peppers By the way :rockout:
Musical Fidelity M6500i Musical FidelityM6 CDP ATC SCM 40s Cord Chameleon plus XLRs Tellurium Q Black speaker cables
toyota man wrote::rockout: Red Hot Chilli Peppers By the way :rockout:
That's one of my favourites.
Real XS Radio ... Brill :bounce:
Queen a night at the opera . earley Queen :rockout: Shear heart attack is my favourite
Just started wading through the seven CD Duane Allman Retrospective that arrived yesterday . Much of it I am familiar with but there is still loads of new stuff to me to make it an interesting listen
The church of rock and roll Foxy Shazam . Foxy Shazam is a jet plane going down and we have been playing the same tune the whole way It just sounds different the closer we get to the ground ( a quote from album cover I like what they do I would recomend them :rockout:
Muddy Waters - Manish Boy
Larry Steen , Quiet Dignity
Beth Rowley with her interpretation of ' Catch a falling star '
The Beat - Stand Down Margaret.
Listening to Jo Whiley on Radio 2. OMG that Denon tuner sounds good. The best £14.00 I've ever spent.
Amp; CDP; Turntable; Tuner; Speakers
Emerson Lake & Palmer Trilogy there's not realy a smiley for this one it should be a keyboard playing rock out with the classic groove showing my age now I guess :rockout: