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Calling all AK'ers......

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by VinylHanger, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. Balrog2112

    Balrog2112 Well-Known Member

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  2. fcleff69

    fcleff69 Member

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    That album is a sonic orgasm. Everything sounds stellar. Every. Little. Thing. Even if you are not a geeky huge Rush fan like me, that fact, the aural quality of that album, stands rock solid.
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  3. zonda45

    zonda45 New Member

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    I listened to some vinyl you might like, the song is mad ruth the babe by dennis o'keefe. the whole album is good.
     
  4. theophile

    theophile Pheasant Plucker. Subscriber

    I like to listen to music. I like to talk about it less so.
     
  5. david1111

    david1111 Active Member

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    @ bu9du1: Been listening to JJ Cale for years while I, Sit on the porch without no shoes, Pickin' the bass an' singin' the blues.
    And I could easily listen to Allman Bros every day.
    How about Leon Russell, 'Will o the Wisp' LP. Great stuff.

    Dave
     
  6. KingBubba

    KingBubba "Too Much Stuff" Subscriber

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    On my computer, I currently have 391 GB of music, that is 55,040 files from AC/DC to ZZTop. There is not a day that goes by without me listening to at least some music. This has been going on for way more than 15 years. I started file transfers from disc to mp3 in 1997. I borrowed discs from any worker who would lend them to me. This process also exposed me to all kinds of new music I had never heard before and that was great. One worker made me a 4.5 gb mix disc once. It is in my files as Stuart's Disc. Before I retired, I was the one that provided music for everyone at work to listen to. Music kept everyone at work moving and it also kept the moods pleasant. It started years ago with disks and cassettes and merged into mp3 in the computer era.
     

     

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