Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
i work with several folks that could put their face on that cover...
The Gnome has gone uber-blue!
oh hell yes!
I do like this album, but when I see the cover I always think to myself, "Nice product placement, MusicMan."
Triumvirat - Old Loves Die Hard
(on a CD-R that I wrote "recorded 5/02" at the bottom as I've always done.I have no idea what the source was. So it's 15 years old and holding up well)
This is just the second time i have ever played it and I'm really liking the sound more and more I'm going to have to get some more of his albums
Been there and doing that right now.
Sometimes you just say to yourself, " I own this, so I'm going to listen to it". These guys had a pop hit early in the seventies with the title track to this lp. It's been a while, but if I remember correctly, the rest of the album is better than you would expect. Mouth & MacNeal. How Do You Do?
finally relaxing after hot & humid day. "fathers'day" - pshaw...
I think this is Connie Francis...
found this same album on an old r2r a couple months ago and had to look it up.
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells II
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit "Nashville Sound". Very nice. Also just listed to the Secret Sisters "You don't own me anymore ", and thought it was excellent.
No Sugar Tonight in my coffee... Just family and Father's Day.
Picked myself up some nice CDs on sale though. Coming soon to a thread near you. 'Night All.
Good evening ladies and germs. Got a new phone today. Galaxy S8. It takes much better pictures than my old S5. Been messing with it all night. Forgive me if I inundate this place with superfluous pics.
Stuff like this drives me nuts...So I recorded this Triumvirat - Old Loves Die Hard 15 years ago. I didn't even have a pc at that point, so I know that wasn't the source, but I did have my Sony RCD-W1 CD Burner, and I ripped a lot of vinyl with that rig.
She sits dormant now. I'll have to plug it in and run it though it's paces one of these days.
I've heard some pops and clicks at one of the silent points of the recording, so I know it's sourced from vinyl. I had to have borrowed the vinyl from somebody.
EDIT: All I know for sure is that the recording is really sweet. That Sony did some serious ripping. I need to call my brother down in Texas and see if he remembers having the album. I'm sure doesn't have any of his vinyl anymore, but he'd likely remember.
Permission granted, superfluous away.
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