Discussion in 'Headphones' started by satkinsn, Apr 15, 2011.
We all need some down time good music a glass of wine .
Down time with good music it's good for us all, I like a little wine with my music.
Shawn Phillips "Contribution" thru AKG-K240s. Probably the first time I've listened to this fine album in twenty five years. Sounding good.
Postal Service, Grado GH1
Listening to the Allman Brothers band on CD and water colors jazz on XM RADIO. It was a good day to buy a couple record's and CDs today, at the local record's store there having a winter sale buy 2 get 1 free. I finally got the YES Fragile album I've wanted.
Love the water colors.
Sounds good, who is Lisa Garrard and what kind of music dose she play.
Haven't Hurd tubular bells in a long time going to have to get it.
A Touch of Class: Popular Classics Transcribed For Guitar
By Angel Romero
DLNA > Yamaha HTR > Akai MPC pro headphones (been a while)
Jelly Roll Morton through my new Sennheiser HD800.
Bach - Motets BWV 225-230
BBC Singers conducted by Stephen Cleobury
BBC Music Volume IV, number 8
Amazing, what wonders can be generated by human voices.
DLNA> Yamaha HTR > Akai MPC pro headphones
Flac, Pioneer N50, Little Dot 1+, Grado PS500E
Jeff Buckley - grace
Grado GH1, pa1502a APPJ w 6f6s “cobras” and telefunken 12ax7 smooth plate, Parks Budgie & Amperex 6922, thorens 165
Soulful Deep Funky House...
BB KING BLUESVILLE ROCKEN BLUES.
Blue October: Foiled for the Last Time (Disc 1)
Universal Motown Records
PC-Lossless (optical out) > Teac UD-H01 (pre-out) > SybaSonic SD-DAC63106 > Massdrop Hifiman HE4XX (modded)
"Your memory, that punches me, has broken the bone." From X Amount of Words, Paul Oakenfold Remix
What type of music is this blue October .
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