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elephant replied on Sun, Mar 17 2013 7:56 AM

Millemissen:

Here is what I read in a review:

"Throw a hammer to a nail and you will hear it ring. Kick on a bit of Howard Fishman and you will hear him sing. Like a freight train traveler, a narrative seems to flow effortlessly through his teeth. His straight-talking delivery holds that true, steady tone of old. The tracks compiled on No Further Instructions are like an intimate conversation between a visionary and a simpleton."

Happy listening Millemissen

Thanks M. I will give him a go; right now I have Cheryl Bentyne curled up along side me on the couch singing softly in my ear "The Book Of Love" ....

 

 

well actually Cheryl is coming out of the A3, but it is seems almost as good as the real thing !

Also want to get Amy Duncan (there may be two ladies by this name), just released on LINN - missed their offer of a free download because I was too busy at work (damn) --- and I am currently downloading Anna Ternheim.

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Rich replied on Sun, Mar 17 2013 3:03 PM
Sunday morning LP play list so far: Cream Wheels of Fire (studio only), Keith Richards Vintage Winos, Police Ghost in the Machine.


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James replied on Mon, Mar 18 2013 12:04 PM

In the theme of rediscovering music, old and new, on the freshly installed lab9s...then need breaking in apparently, that's my excuse anyway...

  • Elena Kats-Chernin, Wild Swans
  • In Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel
  • Little Water Song - Ute Lemper
  • Moves Like Jagger - Arlene Zelina
  • In The Deep - Bird York
  • Stay With Me Till Dawn - Judie Tzuke
  • Crown Imperial, Coronation March - BBC Concert Orchestra
  • Waltz Away Dreaming - Toby Bourke (Amazing video too if you can find it - very arty)
  • Concerto per flauto No 7 in D Minor: II. Corrente - Allegro, Mr Corelli in London (push those tweeters!)
  • Running Up That Hill - Placebo
  • Moon Theory - Miami Horror
  • Winter - Ophelia oh the Spirits
  • Sinnerman - Nina Simone (surely one of the best songs of all time...?)
  • Diamonds and Pearls - Prince
  • Flying Fish - Saffire
  • To Build a Home - Cinematic Orchestra
  • Ocean - John Butler (a slow start but can bring me to tears such an amazing solo performance)
  • In These Shoes - Bette Midler (oh yes!!!)
  • How Come You Don't Call Me Anymore? - Paul Capsis
  • What Else Is There - Royksopp
  • love...thy will be done - Martika (great vocal image from those acoustic lenses)

Quite a list looking over that, but I find there's often nothing to watchon the TV these days...

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Hi,

that is what is playing right now - or actually a couple of hours ago.

My old times favorites: Magna Carta - the real deal, not the metal-thing!

http://www.magnac.com

Greetings Millemissen


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James replied on Tue, Mar 19 2013 8:27 AM

A spot of classic British Folk?  Steeleye Span next?

 

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elephant replied on Tue, Mar 19 2013 12:03 PM
Great list Shout !

I love to troll others favs to discover new music and/or artist.

Thank you :-)

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James replied on Wed, Mar 20 2013 1:08 AM

I have to admit that I have now added Cheryl Bentyne to my Amazon wish list!  She has a voice like creme caramel, you can just sink into it.  Lovely

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Chaka replied on Wed, Mar 20 2013 1:41 AM

You guys are too much,  That's why you like B&O.

 

As for what I'm watching, I will be honest and say porn.  (joke)...........  but please,

 

I need a groom to help me marry this one.  Shite.  So pretty!  Look at those eyes..............

 

http://youtu.be/sjopJ5kmr1w

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Chaka replied on Wed, Mar 20 2013 2:19 AM

http://youtu.be/p8-pP4VboBk

 

RIP Laura.

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Some great lists. Spotify's doing overtime.

Thanks

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bramble replied on Fri, Mar 22 2013 1:19 PM

Putting the bl 6000 to the test..........a gentle rumble of "master of puppets" by metallica......happy dayz Devil

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elephant replied on Sat, Mar 23 2013 12:11 AM
bramble:

Putting the bl 6000 to the test..........a gentle rumble of "master of puppets" by metallica......happy dayz

Gentle rumble ?

Listening to Beethoven's 9th with the BL11 working hard :-)

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beocool replied on Sat, Mar 23 2013 5:16 AM

That Moon Song - Gregory Alan Isakov

 

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Orava replied on Sat, Mar 23 2013 9:02 AM

elephant:
bramble:

 

Putting the bl 6000 to the test..........a gentle rumble of "master of puppets" by metallica......happy dayz

 

 

Gentle rumble ?

 

Listening to Beethoven's 9th with the BL11 working hard :-)

Rumble? Try  Sunn O)))

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Rich replied on Sat, Mar 23 2013 11:26 PM
elephant:

Listening to Beethoven's 9th

Ah, lovely, lovely Ludwig Van. There's always time for a bit of the old Ninth. Earlier I was listening to Wendy (Walter) Carlos A Clockwork Orange which has electronic selections from the Ninth (amongst other original pieces).


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elephant replied on Sat, Mar 23 2013 11:41 PM
Orava:

Rumble? Try Sunn O )))

Spotifying right now ... You are right ... Playing at level 40 to protect the speaker !

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tamtapir replied on Sun, Mar 24 2013 4:41 PM

Well, ehr... something from CCCP...

 

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Orava replied on Sun, Mar 24 2013 7:12 PM

BTW Do anybody remember case Telarc Direct Mastering(?) and Tchaikovsky 1821 Overture? I didnt ever experiented that, did you? I wish I had now  a mint copy to play....


 

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Jeff replied on Sun, Mar 24 2013 7:31 PM

Orava:

BTW Do anybody remember case Telarc Direct Mastering(?) and Tchaikovsky 1821 Overture? I didnt ever experiented that, did you? I wish I had now  a mint copy to play....

 

I remember it well, a record that existed mainly for marketing, a look as us and what we did kind of thing. I say that because there wasn't one turntable/cartridge combo out of several hundred or worse that would actually track the cannon shots! There was only one setup that did in the high end store I frequented then, can't recall it though. If you looked at it on a microscope the thing had a huge sidestep. I wasn't around B&O tables then so don't know how they fared but probably pretty well as low stylus mass and such were always a part of their design approach. 

Remember the old Sheffield direct to disc LPs? Thelma Houston and Pressure Cooker was always a favorite, the CD version from their backup tapes was always a disappointment, lacked all od the snap and impact of the LP. I still have a couple if these stashed back. 

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Evan replied on Sun, Mar 24 2013 11:29 PM
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Orava:

BTW Do anybody remember case Telarc Direct Mastering(?) and Tchaikovsky 1821 Overture? I didnt ever experiented that, did you? I wish I had now  a mint copy to play....

That must be an echo with 9 years delay of the 1812 ouverture ...

SCNR

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Orava replied on Mon, Mar 25 2013 8:05 AM

Jeff:

 

Remember the old Sheffield direct to disc LPs? Thelma Houston and Pressure Cooker was always a favorite, the CD version from their backup tapes was always a disappointment, lacked all od the snap and impact of the LP. I still have a couple if these stashed back. 

No, sadly those direct records were way too expencive for my, at that time, student budget... That overture, yes 1812, was something having much hype back then. If I remember it was later questioned was it after all decent recording at all, that technology were not capable to capture shots to a descent groove?
Anyway, it would be nice to have now. And classic question "is it aviable on cd?" doesn't really apply here.

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Orava replied on Mon, Mar 25 2013 8:05 AM

Peter the Biker:

 

That must be an echo with 9 years delay of the 1812 ouverture ...

SCNR

Big Smile yes

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Evan replied on Tue, Mar 26 2013 10:46 PM
Listening to both of Darwin Deez's albums. Bought both of them at his concert last night!

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elephant replied on Wed, Mar 27 2013 9:20 AM
sexyrexysexy:

http://youtu.be/p8-pP4VboBk

RIP Laura.

Thank you for reminding us

Playing "The Best Of ...

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Rich replied on Wed, Apr 3 2013 12:21 AM
Went down to my FLURS and threw down on 18 cassettes.

Because I can.

Listening to Fleetwood Mac's Tusk for the first time.

And yes, I am still in love with (nearly) 70 year-old Christine McVie.


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Evan replied on Wed, Apr 3 2013 4:12 PM

Last night Patrick Sweany played at a var only a block away from my house last night. The best concert of my life! Classy guy too - he signed a copy of his latest CD for me. Cool

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Orava replied on Wed, Apr 3 2013 5:05 PM

Rich:
Went down to my FLURS and threw down on 18 cassettes.

 

Because I can.

 

Listening to Fleetwood Mac's Tusk for the first time.

 

And yes, I am still in love with (nearly) 70 year-old Christine McVie.

FLURS?

Ah, Tusk, have to dig my LP

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Rich replied on Thu, Apr 4 2013 2:17 AM
Orava:

FLURS?

Ah, Tusk, have to dig my LP

FLURS: friendly local used record store


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Orava replied on Thu, Apr 4 2013 7:07 AM

ah, better than g translator: germany flurs= floor

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Think big guys, think big:

Big band Jazz, Mister Glenn Miller and his band performing, on my TX2, now playing perfectly with a new belt, new RCA plugs and some more TLC. The record is from the dungeons of my sister in love, nearly mint. My Beovox 3702 speakers are ideal for this kind of music. This calls for another well mixed cuba Drinks

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Piaf replied on Thu, Apr 4 2013 10:51 PM

Glenn Miller is one of my favorites as well as my father’s. Great choice! Big Smile

 

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Rich replied on Sun, Apr 7 2013 4:41 PM
Led Zeppelin Boxed Set CD -> CD X -> BM4000 -> New Dark Side Refurb


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Rich replied on Mon, Apr 8 2013 5:16 PM

RIP, Margaret Thatcher.  Listening to Pink Floyd's The Final Cut on lunch.


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Magnus replied on Wed, Apr 10 2013 11:47 AM

Over breakfast I listened to Susanne Sundførs version of the Stevie Nicks song Wild Heart:

A nice way to start the day!

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beolion replied on Fri, Apr 12 2013 11:23 PM

It does not happen so often anymore, but I just bought a record from Linn. All My Sins with Maeve O'Boyle, a really nice recording and well sounding music (my taste at least). 

Certainly worth a listen I think.

Have a nice weekend to you all.

 

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beolion replied on Fri, Apr 12 2013 11:24 PM

Double post

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elephant replied on Sun, Apr 14 2013 1:15 AM

http://www.last.fm/music/Julian+Sas

An accidental discovery Surprise

Enjoying his music so far ... using SPOTIFY through my BV8, B11 and 2XBL3s

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elephant replied on Sun, Apr 14 2013 1:49 AM

Beolion and Magnus, thank you for your pointers to Susanne and Maeve, I listened to a few tracks via SPOTIFY but had to go back to Youtube for the specific track Magnus recommended ... but from Maeve's "The Brother" I was triggered to search for "The House of the Rising Sun" and ended up listening to a single of a live recording by Nina Simone - superb despite a "blemish" (but isn't that the attraction of live recordings?) at one point

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