Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Herbert von Karajan
Verdi: Messa da Requiem
September 1, 1995
Im not familiar with this one, but she has such a solid catalog I wouldnt be concerned. Any time an album is given the aftermarket upgrade treatment, it usually because it has a following ,or a cult status, so resale should be easy..
3 hr morning commute. Start with AFR talk radio then Be Bop Deluxe Futurama
The Hollies' Greatest Hits
Funny, the businessman looks like a certain President.....?
Well, I have my coffee and picked out some "day off" music.
Douglas Guest playing the Westminster Abbey organ. The organ was first used for the coronation of George VI in 1937. This recording is from around 1963.
Time for The Classical Coffee Hour.
J.S. Bach - Brandenburg Concerto's 1 - 6.
Yehudi Menuhin conducting The Bath Festival Orchestra
Playing this on the big ol' Farnsworth BC-82.
Classical and Jazz both sound almost better to me on the Farnsworth because it focuses the sound more and the big wooden case resonates, allowing the music to sound warmer and fuller at low volumes.
Was this from the college library, Kev? That's the only way I would think it would end up with F 37 Sharpied on it.
Yes, it was. Unfortunately, time and curators have not been kind to many of the sleeves. However, most of the LPs look as though they have rarely been played.
Good morning friends. Do me a favor and please re-read my post on the previous page to our friend Zebra03. I made some edits and clarifications. I would be very pleased to know your thoughts.
On the subject of mastering, I'm going with "If Blitz says it, then it must be true." I'm not knowledgeable enough about the processes involved to have an opinion. I know some recordings sound like crap, but couldn't point out why.
I will certainly attest. At least in regards to the two 24K Gold Remasters that I've heard. The clarity and warmth are off the chart. I still prefer the vinyl experience, because it is an experience like nothing else. But if all my vinyl sounded like MFSL, and Ultra Disc 24K Gold CD's I'd be one happy camper.
EDIT: Went back and re-read your post. That Deep Purple: Machine Head remaster is impressive. It's something that I have on CD-R and is tucked into a notebook, so it rarely gets my attention when looking for something to play.
Thank you all for rereading my post, I just wanted to make sure it was clear and precise.
Another London ffrr recording from the early 1980s:
Katia Ricciarelli and Luciano Pavarotti - Arias and Duets
the Who ~ A Quick One
I'll do it for sure. Give me some time to get it prepared as his catalog is massive.
That';s actually a pretty well-done album. Good pickup!
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