Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
John Eliot Gardiner / Monteverdi Choir
Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem
February 27, 2012
Usher Hall, Edinburgh; Royal Festival Hall, London; Salle Pleyel, Paris
Many years ago, when I was very young. My family went to some kind of pizza place that had a guy playing a giant Wurlitzer organ and I requested this. He made a valiant attempt, but it wasn't really recognizable.
For computer sources, I use a Lexicon Alpha (or sometimes the Omega). I also have an M-Audio Delta 1010LT in a rack out where I listen. These are prosumer interfaces for audio production. They have very decent DACs and ADCs; certainly better than a typical sound card. If I ever rip any vinyl, I'll be using something like that.
Live At The BBC
Before Clapton bought the house at 461 Ocean Blvd, David Crosby lived there. CSN&Y would gather there to work out ideas and jam with friends. One of those friends was Joni Mitchell. It seems Joni was a bit of a free spirit and shared time with more than one member of the band. Jealousies were bound to arise and we're the cause of the band's initial split. David and Stephen both appear on Joni's works front that time.
There should be a sensitivity setting. I was using mine through a leather gloves a couple nights ago.
This is just running thru my head . can't stop ....... futile .............................boat rocking ...............aaarrrggghhhhhh
May 5, 2017
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I am not a cover fanatic but this one was borderline. Record in great shape and priced at .50 cents i said why not.
Morning Commute: The Como Mamas, "Move Upstairs"
Amazing, awesome, raw but well-arranged/produced, Gospel music with a heavy emphasis on a Soul/Blues base. Up there with the Blind Boys of Alabama. I am a huge Daptone fan, but I was sort of ambivalent about this when I heard about it (but hadn't heard it yet). I was aaaallll wrong-- this is amazing.
Now Playing: Various Artists, "Zaire 74: The African Artists"
Really great so far. This is from the 1974 concert and movie that occurred before the Ali fight in Zaire ("Rumble in the Jungle"). The recordings with the indigenous African artists have not been released, until now. Nice two-CD set with booklet; I believe it is available in vinyl format as well.
Live At The BBC
The whooshing sound y'all just heard was not your tenittus. It was the sound of this post going right over my head. Understood about ten percent.
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