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What are you listening to right now # 42

Discussion in 'music' started by Mark Pope, Nov 23, 2013.

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  1. Mark Pope

    Mark Pope Senior Moment

    Bach: St Matthew Passion
  2. AdamW

    AdamW Custom User Title

    Miles Davis - 'Four' & More Recorded live in Concert

    I'll start on that after Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage ends.

    What do you think? I prefer Measure overall.
  3. Doogal

    Doogal pfm Member

    John Coltrane - 'Soultrane'. (DSD file, from SACD) Sounds fantastic!
  4. G0795213

    G0795213 New Member

    Nils Lofgren accoustic live - superb production, it's like there in my lounge performing :)
  5. G0795213

    G0795213 New Member

    The new Deep Purple album is another really nicely produced piece of work.
  6. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs frequently wrong.

    the best of Hall & Oates.
  7. 73Chaz

    73Chaz pfm Member

    Freddie Hubbard: First Light.

    Great for a mildly hungover Sunday
  8. AdamW

    AdamW Custom User Title

    Ella Fitzgerald - Like Someone In Love

    Now: John Grant - Pale Green Ghosts
  9. darrenyeats

    darrenyeats pfm Member

    La Roux - Spotify Session, Live at YoYo
    Ben Howard - Every Kingdom ("24 bit master" download from Linn).
  10. Doogal

    Doogal pfm Member

    Jethro Tull - 'Benefit' . 2013 Steve Wilson remix, played a few times and enjoying it more.
  11. brad666

    brad666 pfm Member

    The Levellers - Green Blade Rising
  12. twotone

    twotone pfm Member

    Bowie-Let's Dance vinyl
  13. Big Tabs

    Big Tabs frequently wrong.

    Breakfast In America - first press UK - nice
  14. 73Chaz

    73Chaz pfm Member

    traffic - low spark of high heeled boys.

    i'd more or less forgotten what a great record this is. i used to own it on vinyl but gave it away during a "hippies must die" phase, in my youth.


    but anyway... it's been a perfect sunday so far.
  15. monkfish

    monkfish pfm Member

    The Jap SHM CD is stunning, great album as well.
  16. Doogal

    Doogal pfm Member

    The Ashtray Hearts - 'The Strangest Light' Lovely. relaxing Sunday evening type of Americana..
  17. JustJohn

    JustJohn pfm Member

    Kraftwerk, Computer World. A perfect late-night indulgence.
  18. Ed Rogerson

    Ed Rogerson Culturally irrelevant

    Was: Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero

    Is: Luke Vibert & B J Cole - Stop the Panic
  19. timH

    timH Senior Moment Member

    Howe Gelb - Sno Angel Like You
    Good quiet on a Sunday night but even better if you can turn it up - especially 'howling a gale'
  20. Ed Rogerson

    Ed Rogerson Culturally irrelevant

    The Nightingales - No Love Lost

    Possibly not the most relaxing of albums for 11.53 on a Sunday evening, but this hits the spot.
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