:rockout: Rubber Factory The Black Keys An Amazing Band Live :rockout:
Musical Fidelity M6500i Musical FidelityM6 CDP ATC SCM 40s Cord Chameleon plus XLRs Tellurium Q Black speaker cables
colorfactory from cz republic our student introduced us to this a few years ago now lovely stuff
The Boat That Rocked - Movie Soundtrack
This film has have the be the best 60's music movie soundtrack ever.
Hi-Fi - Yamaha RX-V667 > AVI DM5
Head-Fi - Epiphany Acoustics EHP-O2Di > Sennheisser HD700
Portable - Sony NWZ-A847 > Westone UM3x
'Hip Route have a universal sound that appeals to all lovers of real music' - Blues Matters Magazine
Went to see these guys on Thursday night
Hip Route – Hands Together Sounds great on Spotify.
Im thinking anybody liking Joe Bonamassa is going to like this.
Sonos ZP80 Leema Pulse PMC DB1i
Thea Gilmore – Avalanche
Her best I think.
Electrocompaniet EMC1UP, Accuphase E350, Harbeth SHL5 Siltech 25th anniversary 33i XLR, Auditorium 23 SC, HiFi Racks Podium Reference rack.
Such a shame they disbanded
million hits on youtube never laughed so much in ages check all there songs Christina Marrs is fabulouse reminds me of Family guy
Bit of a warning on taste Not everyones cup of Tea
The Waterboys - this Is The Sea
love their work, one of my favorite bands in the 80's! :rockout:
Rega RP6/Goldring Elite>Clearaudio Basic Plus
Synology NAS>Rega DAC>Pathos Classic One MKIII>Dynaudio Excite X12
Having a bit of a cheesy old school evening, searching around on Spotify I found Cathy Dennis greatest hits and Undercover check out the groove, some real dodgy cover versions, but strangely good
Been having a retrospective of Japan & David Sylvian's material on Spotify Premium/my own collection, so far up to 1985's 'Alchemy - An Index of Possibilities'
:rockout: Brothers The Black Keys :rockout:
toyota man wrote::rockout: Brothers The Black Keys :rockout:
I think you've just sorted the playlist for Monday afternoon right there! Cheers!
what a voice !
i would pay to see this and have this much fun and be entertained . I went mad and bought 6 of there 15 albums after watching loads of their videos on youtube