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What are you listening to right now #53

Discussion in 'music' started by Nick_G, Jul 9, 2017.

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  1. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Bark Psychosis - ///Codename: Dustsucker reissue.
    Not played it back to back with the original yet, but the mastering seems less harsh.
     
  2. Juancho

    Juancho pfm Member

    Billy Joel Cold Spring Harbour
     
  3. notaclue

    notaclue pfm Member

    If only all country music was this good.

     
  4. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Baxter Dury - Happy Soup
     
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    Dodos - Visiter

    Cheers BB
     
  6. merlin

    merlin Avatar changed - Town names deemed offensive.

    How the West Was Won - Led Zeppelin.

    I'd forgotten just how blindingly brilliant this live album was. Led Zep in their prime.

    For those who have not "had the pleasure" but like the band, get the high resolution Blue Ray of DVDA and simply go back to the early seventies. Great recording too.
     
  7. notaclue

    notaclue pfm Member

    From the new album (and it's probably his best)

     
  8. FireMoon

    FireMoon pfm Member

    Just bought this after finding it last night via Stone meadows of Doom on YouTube.... There's a few bands making the sort of music I wish had been made in the 70s in terms of the ferocity without losing the idea of melody.
     
  9. webster

    webster Listen & enjoy.

    Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids.
     
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  10. guey

    guey pfm Member

    Was the new reissue of John Foxx - Metamatic
    Now Delia Gonzalez - Horse Follows Darkness
     
  11. Seeker_UK

    Seeker_UK Waiting for the streetcar..

    The Cure - Faith
     
  12. antinchip

    antinchip pfm Member

    "Ultravox" by Ultravox. Original vinyl, amazing sound quality.
     
  13. Engels

    Engels pfm Member

    Monty Alexander "Stir It Up"
     
  14. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Archie Shepp - 'Four for Trane'. Original 1964 US Mono LP.
     
  15. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Archie Shepp - 'On This Night'. DeAgostini Jazz 33 reissue LP. I was really looking forward to this Jazz 33 reissue, but sound quality wise it is one of the very few Jass 33's that are a real disappointment. Instrument seperation is good, but is it really lacking in dynamics and looses the power and excitement of Shepp's playing and 'weight' to the drums. Turning up the volume way past my normal setting does little to restore it. Only Huctcherson's vibes comes off reasonably well. It was recorded a year later than 'Four for Trane' above by the same team so I expect an original sounds similar to that, which is spectacular. Here it seems whoever did the mastering didn't want you too shocked by the music. Perhaps works with track 2, Ellington's 'In a Setimental Mood', but little else.
     
  16. poco a poco

    poco a poco pfm Member

    Finishing off my afternoon of Archie Shepp - 'Fire Music'. This time a limited edition 'Warner Collectors Society' Impulse DMM LP that I think is a 1980's reissue. This sound wise may not be the best but sounds pretty good to me in how it presents the music.
     
  17. Aethelist

    Aethelist pfm Member

  18. Aethelist

    Aethelist pfm Member

    Can't beat those old Double Virgin pressins
     
  19. robs

    robs pfm Member

    BBC4 - TOTP 1978.

    I know, I know..

    Haven't turned on BBC 4 for years, just channel flicking and there you go -

    Blondie
    Elvis C
    Sham 69 (audience just don't know what to do!)
    ELO - Mr Blue Sky - the first single I ever bought..
    Bob Marley....
    and,..Chic LE FREAK!

    Brilliant!
     
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