On HD DVD. Awesome concert, SQ and PQ.
Sure is! It is one of my two or three favorite concert discs. I just played it again last night... :cool:
I have been going a bit overboard with the purchases..
Sorry it is a long list...
new Paul Simon on CD
Robbie Robertson How To Become Clairvoyant on CD
The Decemberists The KIng Is Dead on vinyl
Steve Earle Townes on 180 gram vinyl
Blind Faith on 180 gram vinyl
The Faces Nod Is As Good As A Wink on 180 gram vinyl
Just purchased the Shine On box set from Floyd
Also got the deluxe Vs/Vitalogy reissue from Pearl Jam :smile:
purchased the RSD specials of
Foo Fighters - Medium Rare
Beach Boys - Good Vibrations
Mumford and Sons
also picked up
Allison Krauss Paper airplanes - Target version that has 6 extra tracks.
Download. Refreshing collection from a legend.[/QUOTE]
Excellent, I haven't heard much, but I'll get to see them next weekend at Merlefest.
West Germany CD pressings....
Japan CD pressings....
I got back into spinning vinyl this week after a 17 year absence, and I purchased several albums to play... :cool:
Been getting quite lucky picking up used vinyl in terrific condition, including a near-perfect condition of Grand Canyon Suite (1964). Just hope my luck continues.
As for new, Adele's 21 is exceptional, with a much improved sound quality and far less dynamic compression compared to her debut album 19. "Running In the Deep" is one of those songs that must be cranked up.
I just came back from my local small town record store where I purchased a bunch of vinyl. Can't wait to play some later on...
My latest vinyl order from George: :smile:
Simon & Garfunkel-Greatest Hits
John Mellencamp-Nothin Matters And What if It Did
Joan Baez-In Concert
Jackson Browne-For Everyman
Paul Simon-Greatest Hits
Bob Welch-French Kiss
I love both the Robbie Robertson and the Paul Simon.
Great guitar work on the Robertson disc and the songs are pretty solid throughout.
Paul Simon`s is one of those albums that grows on you with each listen.
I recommend them both.
thanks for share, i like it
ln 24/96 HD Audio
It's a 20-bit HDCD so ripped to 24-bit FLAC
Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues. Good album, but not as good as their first.
I've been enjoying the new Joanna Newsome, "Have One on Me". At first, all I could hear was the Kate Bush similarities, but now it's really growing on me.
Pre-ordered--the vinyl relases/ships this month.
Recent Vintage Buy, VG+ to Mint, $60 delivered:
AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (LP)
Asia - Alpha (LP)
Deep Purple - When We Rock, We Rock and When We Roll We Roll (LP)
Deep Purple - Perfect Strangers (LP)
Deep Purple - Machine Head (LP)
Genisis - Duke (LP)
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - The Roaring Silence (LP)
The Doors - L. A. Woman (LP)
The Doors - L. A. Woman (CD)
The Firm - Mean Business (LP)
Triumph - Never Surrender (LP)
Triumph - Allied Forces (LP)
Triumph - Just A Game (LP)
Metalica, the garage years..Double CD
Listened to some last night....:eek:
Real nice sound quality on the first disc. I haven't played the second one yet.
Also an old "Montrose" album was auditioned last night as well....Awsome as well.:wink:
I bought about 30 older albums last sat at a yard sale. They're not perfect but there were some I hadn't recognized. I also listened to some "10 years after " album "recorded live" I believe it was.....and it to was awsome as well.
An awsome evening I would say..:tongue:
picked up 3 brand new Pentatone SACDs for less than 7 bucks a piece.
I guess CD's are soon to be the thing of the pass.but, this CD is sonically expressive.