Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by savv, Jan 28, 2006.
Yeah, the QUADs will need a sub for your hip-hop, forgot you were a fan. Problem is, there was never a sub that integrated well with them, though there were a couple on the market. When Ken Kantor was a member here, he mentioned an idea he had for a QUAD ESL-63 sub. If anyone could do it right, Ken certainly could. Sadly, he was driven away by the usual know-nothings here.
ML uses powered subs integrated into their speakers, I believe, so a tube amp could probably drive them without flabby bass.
Come Together - Barb Jungr
Snagged this and an Ella-Louie CD at a church rummage sale yesterday.
Marcus Roberts – The Truth Is Spoken Here
Ready to settle down for the afternoon on the patio.
Live Terrestrial Jazz Show streaming Sunday is upon me.
All Times Eastern;
I missed "Legends of Jazz" with Ramsey Lewis @WDCB Chicago. I forgot to set the digital recorder as well. That's a shame. No where else to hear that.
I also missed "Jazz Night in America" with Christian McBride. But that's available to stream via NPR.
3:00 - 6:00 - Jazz Sunday with Jack Marchbanks and KC Jones @WCBE
6:00 - 9:00 - Big Band Jazz with Glen Woodcock @CJRT
9:00 - Midnight (if I last that long) - Night Train Jazz with Ted Grossman @WLRN
Enjoy your Sunday, gentlemen.
Ahmad Jamal "Poinciana"
1963 Argo (recorded at the Spotlight Club 1958)
4 Track, 7.5IPS reel tape
Nik Bärtsch's Ronin
Bennett Sings Ellington Hot & Cool
1999 RPM/Columbia CK 63668
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
Cannonball Adderley Quintet: At The Lighthouse
Hampton Hawes ~ Spanish Steps
Black Lion, 1971
Oscar Peterson ~ Travelin' On
Verve MPS, 1969/1976
You say "Boogaloo," Lou says "Bogaloo"...
Recorded (Van Gelder studio) 1967
Released (Blue Note LP) 1967
Reissued (Blue Note CD) 1987
Lou Donaldson (alto saxophone)
Melvin Lastie (cornet)
Lonnie Smith (organ)
George Benson (guitar)
Leo Morris (drums)
Separate names with a comma.