What are you Listening To Right Now?

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. Leebob

    Leebob Work Smart Not Hard Subscriber

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    I go off to the library and a quick stop at Goodwill and there 3 or 4 new pages. Will catch up,maybe.
    Anyway on the way back from the library I swung by Goodwill. It's senior discount day! 25% off. Somebody donated a bunch of country:). Now playing Foster And Lloyd IMG_0001 (7).JPG
    still got it's Amoeba price tag and so clean I just gave it a quick brushing. OK when was the last time you saw albums with plastic sleeves on the album covers. Me...never. More to come:thumbsup:
     
  2. knockbill

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    Time Piece,,, Rascals...
     
  3. NeedForSpeed

    NeedForSpeed Rock'n And Roll'n Night And Day Subscriber

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    I used my son's for over a year, It did work really well, Model SCPH-5501
     
  4. swamppirate

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    Thanks brother!
     
  5. MAC TED

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    THIS IS NEXT--V/A's

    Indies biggest hits. Vol. 1

    2007
     
  6. FOH Engineer

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    PS 2
     
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  8. NeedForSpeed

    NeedForSpeed Rock'n And Roll'n Night And Day Subscriber

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    Highly mod friendly. But very good as is.
     
  9. FOH Engineer

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    I've only listened to that album about 200 times as a kid..:beerchug:
     
  10. freQ(*)Oddio

    freQ(*)Oddio MUSIC MEATHEAD Subscriber

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    hate to sound too redneck but, "me x ole lady called n gots me sum pork chops n taters " catch ya later guys
     
  11. FOH Engineer

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    I have a fair amount with other shelves full in a storage room, and the dual tracks so well I just gotta.
     
  12. Leebob

    Leebob Work Smart Not Hard Subscriber

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    Who's Nanci Griffith? Lyle Lovett and Bela Fleck on one of her albums. Will soon find out. $.49 each all of her's in poly outer sleeves.
    Rodger Whittaker,Jesse Winchester,The McCarters and a Jose Melis. 1 good album so far(the Foster and Lloyd). If the rest aren't to my liking I'm fine with that.About $3.50 for the whole bunch.
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  13. KevinJS

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    Evening, all.

    I see I'm several pages behind, The thread seems to be gathering pace. Just picked up around 50 new-to-me CDs. Haven't been through them yet, but there are some standout gems that jump out at me right away.

    Verdi - Rigoletto - Philips
    Rossini - La Cenerentola - Deutsche Grammophon
    Verdi - Nabucco - DG
    Verdi - Aida - DG
    Verdi & Puccini - Placido Domingo - DG
    Verdi - Nabucco Highlights - Placido Domingo - DG
    José Carreras - Vienna Boys Choir - Philips
    Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert - Kathleen Battle - Wynton Marsalis - Sony

    and a pile of others.
     
  14. fuzzywobbles

    fuzzywobbles Taking advice from the wrong shoulder since '65 Subscriber

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    I was going to ask you?
    I’m pretty intrigued with these so far. The cabinets and drivers are in beautiful shape. They are smaller floor standing front ported 2 ways with a very detailed and precise monitor sound to them. Around 89 dB sensitivity, biampable, polypropylene drivers and rated for 120 watts. The soundstage, clarity and level of detail is pretty astounding. I am hearing things like the resonance of the drum kit, attack and decay like I haven’t in a long time (sorry if my vocabulary is off). Drums actually sound like drums do live, and vocals are seriously rich and nuanced. The guitar tones are full and dynamic... anyways, I am seriously digging them and am looking forward to biamping them with my Luxman and getting an EQ on them to dial them in even further.
     
  15. pumpkinman

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    The Allman Brothers Band

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    Hey Swampy can you tell me if this is any good ?? Wink wink
     
  16. Ilikevinyl

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    Never had that album when I was a kid. Must of bought it a few years ago. This hobby is so great, listening to albums for the first time that were released so many years ago! :music:
     
  17. NeedForSpeed

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    Title--Spring Session M
    Release//Capitol--1982
    Mastered By Bernie Grundman
     
  18. RhythmGJ

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    I know the drummer that played on this Stephanie Mills track... Kicked the ^%$# out of it too. I saw her do it live on late-night without him, and the live guy just played it as boring as all get-out:



    Why couldn't his parents have named him Randey/Randy, like every other guy with those letters in his name??

    Just Finished: Various Artists, "Atlantic Jazz: Mainstream"

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    I found out that there are a few more CD's in this series that I don't have, so now I have to be on the lookout for "Atlantic Jazz: BeBop" and "Atlantic Jazz: Fusion," plus "Piano," "Post Bop," and "New Orleans!!"

    Still at work, struggling with a stupid new computer program with a very _un_-intuitive interface. I'm tired and cranky and need some music on vinyl. Heading home and will check-in with y'all in a few hours when I am in-place for some kicking back before the new "donut-making day" begins!

    GJ

    PS-- ^^^^Bozzio killed that thing!!! (in a good way)...
     
  19. pumpkinman

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    Safe drive home :thumbsup:
     
  20. Go Giants

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    Flea market finds:

    Cruisin by Duke and the Drivers. Good regional band from Boston in the mid seventies. Had a minor hit with "What You Got". They used to play the larger clubs like Toads Place in New Haven.

    Special Forces by 38 Special. Good lp...great sonics. Mastered by Robert Ludwig. "So Caught Up In You" the big hit.
     

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