Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
A continuation of the Los Lobos discovery.
OK, there's that! Ya got me, LOL. When I say I don't like vocals in my classical I'm clearly voicing my disdain for opera.
Interesting choice, Kevin, as my copy of Handel's Messiah that I played this morning featured the same lineup out of Philly and Salt Lake City.
Gonna call it a night folks. Thanks to everyone for sharing their music tonight. All the talk about Yammies has got me wanting one now. I do believe it's time get one. Keep listening and rescue audio when you can.
Yes, I noticed.
Yes! (As long as the check clears).
Now Playing: a few tunes downloaded via iTunes from Chick Webb and the Mills Blue Rhythm Band; started a late '20's through mid '30's swing orchestra playlist. I don't know why I keep going back to trusting iTunes. They have shafted me so many times. But so far, these tunes seem to have come out ok.
Alright-- No donut making tomorrow!! Took the day off for a Navy induction ceremony for two of my boys. Then a nice lunch and a leisurely day; probably a mess of music tomorrow! But I'm going to try settling in pretty soon, so this may be goodnight.
Good Night! And Welcome Back Chris!
Mastered--Ted Jensen At Sterling Sound
Here's a tune to look out for. Apparently, it's a Russian folk song. No idea what it's called in Russian, but in German it's Schwarze Augen (Black Eyes). Wonder if it's on any of my Red Army Choir recordings.
The gentleman who owned these records was Dr Morris Atwood. He is listed as choir personnel on this recording. Papers with his notes on them inside the fold:
Wow. Like history...wonder if he was there when Dave played?
Been meaning to pull this out of the crate for a while now. Early Swedish heavy metal from the days before Swedish metal turned completely black..
Oz ~ Turn The Cross Upside Down 12" Maxi Single
1984 Wave 12-8401
(as suspected, sells for a small fortune today)
I actually was looking for the Telarc stuff because of posts here. Thanks to you and anyone else who recommended it.
Now THAT is a score.
JJ Cale - Grasshopper
Played one side earlier. The cover is to cool not to post.
Giving Kiko a selective listen to.
Onix gear is fantastic, great build quality. Most of my gear now is not as vintage (90s) been on a 90s gear kick for a good while.
I tend to have 4-5 sets out in rotation lll also have a closet full of other gear and a storage unit I pay monthly to store the rest. with your 17sets you know the game!
I've downsized a lot, was on a JBL kick for a good while, had some 150s paired with my 110As. They are a few videos on YouTube of a couple of my set ups.
That was my 1250/L110A and Axiom set up. Need to pull the rack out of storage, have been wanting to set my current set up in it.
What's your fav set of speakers you own? Mine have been the DM-640s and my Current Quads.
Word Brother. A lot of reading on that company on wiki. Their vinyl output is audiophile grade. As we know, Classical needs to be quiet. They deliver
Playing the first of 36 MHS lps. All mastered by Bill Kipper at Masterdisk. Seems I owe Dr. Atwood a Christmas card...
That mastering company has it going on. Doesn't matter the genre. Very good analog work.
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