Discussion in 'Turntables' started by zeplin43, Dec 31, 2009.
Jazz Spectrum - John Lewis, Milt Jackson, Percy Heath, Modern Jazz Quartet
Used my Xmas money for vinyl of Sonic Youth's "Daydream Nation" and the remaster of Robert Johnson's "King of the Delta Blues Singers" on 180-gram vinyl. The former sounds damn fine, the latter sounds amazing.
Play grading a couple Pretenders records.
So far Pretenders first and Learning To Crawl.
I really forgot how great this band was. Driving rhythm section with chunky chords on electric guitar with some simple riffs and that voice.
Karl Bohm; Vienna Philharmonic / Richard Strauss
1977 Deutsche Grammophon
Herbert von Karajan/ Beethoven; Violin Concerto
1967 Deutsche Grammophon
Have now moved about as far from English Rock as one can and spinning Errol Garner Soliloquy. A six eye mono I found hidden in a pile of junk records at GW. Very clean and quiet copy.
King Floyd self titled.
Bread - The Best of Bread
Dave Matthews Band - crash
Morrissey - satellite of love (live)
Smokin' Dave and the Premo Dopes - live and lern (local from college days and sounds damn awesome on the td165 with the dl110!)
^^^Hitting the IPA early .
Hosting in laws all weekend and helping prep house for it!
Carmen McRae / Livin'
1979 51 West
Carpenters - The Singles 1969-1973
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