What are you Listening To Right Now?

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  1. NeedForSpeed

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    Nice! Yes, Everyone on this thread inspires me to try something new. I mean, I'm into Jazz, Classical, Classic funk and R and B. Not the case a year ago.
     
  2. Fuzzbuster

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    Only the third time listening to this remaster:
    1510716639275-2096404712.jpg l think it sounds very good.
     
  3. KevinJS

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    One of today's acquisitions was Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert featuring Wynton Marsalis and Kathleen Battle. I have another CD with the pair of them called Baroque Duet. Definitely a name worth keeping a lookout for.
     
  4. Delmarva

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    Actually, I think that was Ray, aka MX5 Seeker. I recall a lot of conversation about Franz Liszt back round the end of Spring/early Summer. I've never seen Judas Priest post on this thread...but I could be wrong..
     
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  5. NeedForSpeed

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    Andy Pearce at Abby Road got it going on. Master of the 1/2 speed Remaster.
     
  6. Leebob

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    I don't normally post youtube clips this early in the evening but this is a good one
     
  7. KevinJS

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    I think he started his own thread, Frank, and was asking for suggestions in that one. Classical music for a metalhead, or something like that.
     
  8. NeedForSpeed

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    Think he started a classical discovery thread, And has brought it up here and there. Don't remember him either. Just seen his posts here and there.
     
  9. Delmarva

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    I see. Thought y'all were talking about this thread in particular.
     
  10. KevinJS

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    Hey @Delmarva, remind me. Your copy of Schubert's 10 symphonies. Is that on the Philips label?
     
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    Some more blues
     
  12. RhythmGJ

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    Hey All,

    One more thing about Nanci Griffith, great songwriter!

    Bad choice of verbiage on my part; I saw her "live on TV."

    Also, it's _Radney_ Foster, not Rodney or Randy; hence my bad joke earlier.

    I just finished watching this; _very_ funny and a couple of great clips of Dr. John!



    GJ
     
  13. Delmarva

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  14. NeedForSpeed

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    Thought I'd spin the tape machine
    Beethoven's Greatest Hits
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  15. Leebob

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    Michael van Merwyk & Bluesoul
     
  16. bobsvinyl

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    Stone the Crows, Radio Sessions 1969-72.

     
  17. Delmarva

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    Glad to hear that Pearce is a reputable guy. I'd never heard of him till this box set's release. In all honesty, I never paid much attention to that sort of minutia till here recently. For me it's like, I want it, it's for sale, I'm buying it, I'm happy with it.
     
  18. NeedForSpeed

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    I saw a special on the resurgence of vinyl. He explained the pro's of 1/2 speed mastering. He did the Remaster of Black Sabbath Vol4. Sounds excellent. Been around for awhile. I pay attention to this stuff as I want the best sound possible. Mastering comes into play, Especially LP's
     
  19. KevinJS

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    Thanks, Frank. Yes, I do have the CD version. I was curious, and wanted to see if it was the same set of recordings. It appears that it is, containing the same fragments as yours. You may remember that my copy has 6 CDs plus a booklet in a double CD case. It was a work of art persuading that many disks to fit, and I'm taking the advice that was offered at the time, and treating it with extreme care, since a replacement 6 CD case will probably not be easy to come by.
     
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    Now Playing: John Coltrane, "The Paris Concert"

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    GJ
     

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