Dukas - The Sorcerer's Apprentice
I like listening to this on my earphones while walking in the rain (with the hood up obviously).
Home cinema system: Panasonic 50VT65 (THX calibrated), Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.
Gadgets: iPad 4 and iPhone 4s. Headphones: B&O H6. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.
Delibes - Flower Duet
I don't usually listen to opera but the Flower Duet from Lakmé is a little bit special.
Orff - O Fortuna
Turn it up loud. Turn it up really loud! :rockout:
David@FrankHarvey wrote:Like Clockwork, Queens Of The Stone Age.Yup, liking this a lot.Christ... Well that certainly filled the room!!
David@FrankHarvey wrote:Like Clockwork, Queens Of The Stone Age.Yup, liking this a lot.
Like Clockwork, Queens Of The Stone Age.
Yup, liking this a lot.
Christ... Well that certainly filled the room!!
Please do elaborate...
DavidF @FrankHarveyHiFi, Coventry.
"Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light"
David@FrankHarvey wrote:Like Clockwork, Queens Of The Stone Age.Yup, liking this a lot.Christ... Well that certainly filled the room!!Please do elaborate...
Well it was this morning but... Sound was huge coming from all over the place and projecting way into the room. I really enjoyed it, because it was done so well. Not my bag but brilliantly done, that's why I love " what are you listening to ".
Joshua Radin – We Were Here
Electrocompaniet EMC1UP, Accuphase E350, Harbeth SHL5 Siltech 25th anniversary 33i XLR, Auditorium 23 SC, HiFi Racks Podium Reference rack.
New Musik produced some of the best early 80's Synthpop IMO. Only three studio albums:
1981 - Anywhere
1982 - Warp
1980 - From A To B
Better known stuff by New Musik: Living by Numbers and World of Water (not to be confused with one of their other tracks, 'This World of Walter'
Joshua Radin – Simple Times
"Brand new day"
Hesitation Marks, Nine Inch Nails.
The 1975 - The 1975
3 Doors Down – Seventeen Days
"Landing in London"
"Here without you"
Great soft rock.
Vertical Horizon, All of You
Get me moving...
Hestation Marks, Nine Inch Nails. Again.
'Everything' reminds quite a bit of Killing Joke.