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    Disc #3, "Murder"

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    OOOoooo, I'd like to see that Tornado Red! Just slapped in some ABBA for some retro tunes....



    So many albums today in and out....so little time....

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    Old school - Nena 99 Luftballons

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    Well, already done with ABBA. [Note to self: sell that album as quickly as possible] Ended up skipping through most of the songs. It reminded me of when I first heard a CD. The digital edge made my ears cringe. Ugh! I shall redeem myself with a good recording and some great music now. May the audio Gods please forgive and have mercy on me for my previous selection.



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    lol
    I agree about ABBA..
    Now Third Stage that's a GREAT LP..
    Always Loved Boston's Cover/Disk Art
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    Well, already done with ABBA. [Note to self: sell that album as quickly as possible] Ended up skipping through most of the songs. It reminded me of when I first heard a CD. The digital edge made my ears cringe. Ugh! I shall redeem myself with a good recording and some great music now. May the audio Gods please forgive and have mercy on me for my previous selection.



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    Hello, Jhayman. Ever since I put in the Boston album [CD, RB] I have been searching online for the best version of said album. It's great music, no doubt, but it is recorded a bit bright to these ears. In order to get good lower registers, I have to crank it to where my ears bleed. There are apparently three digital versions; RB, MFSL and a Japan version. The reviews are all over the place. I remember it sounding bright years ago on different rigs but daggum. Eight O'clock on the dial was about all I could stand.

    Anybody here heard a different version other than the redbook? I have it on vinyl but the vinyl rig is down at the moment due to upgrading.

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    Marty Robbins: Gunfighter Ballads & Trail Songs.

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    Saw this trio last night. Spectacular. Best thing I've heard in a long long time. Twists familiar jazz standard lines into something complex and intriguing, from moderately dissonant to sweet and lovely. Very dynamic in all respects. Shows a lot of creativity and curiosity, exploring many potential paths from the line. Amazing, gifted drummer. Rare opportunity to see someone this damn good. Go see them if you get the chance. Tour is listed here. Cd is excellent and well recorded.

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    Another Great Retro Classic at least for me..
    Listening as we speak..Very Nice dynamics for a band that was known for being Digital yet had 2 Drummers..
    Just bought it last week.
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    I'll have to check that one out, Jhayman. Thanks.

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    Stanley Clark

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    Clapton 2-25-2009 SBD

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    One of my all time Favorite Bands, IMO the Best sounding MALE 5 part Harmony Band in the World..
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    I'll have to check that one out, Jhayman. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    OOOoooo, I'd like to see that Tornado Red! Just slapped in some ABBA for some retro tunes....



    So many albums today in and out....so little time....

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    Tom...a lot of people into blu concerts might say the Matthews/Reynolds concert is reference stuff...not to be missed if you ever get the chance.

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    Currently entertaining my all time Favorite Band
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    I am watching the DVD of this 2CD/DVD set. It is an import, and the DVD is in the PAL video format... I have not had a disc player capable of playing it since I sold my Oppo BDP nearly a year ago... The Yamaha universal disc player that was "gifted" to me earlier this week does play it, I am happy to be able to watch it again...

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    10cc: How Dare You.

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    Just got home from the Stone Sour concert but now listening to...
    Stone Sour - House OF Gold and Bones Part 1
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    "Life is one grand, sweet song, so start the music." ~ Ronald Reagan

    "I love songs about horses, railroads, land, Judgment Day, family, hard times, whiskey, courtship, marriage, adultery, separation, murder, war, prison, rambling, damnation, home, salvation, death, pride, humor, piety, rebellion, patriotism, larceny, determination, tragedy, rowdiness, heartbreak and love. And Mother. And God." ~ Johnny Cash

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    The Beatles: Revolver.

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    Spam getting out of hand anymore & the dvdrip guy hasn't even showed yet.
    The Beatles: White Album

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    Neil Young & CH...Psychedelic Pill
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    Quote Originally Posted by hochpt21 View Post
    Neil Young & CH...Psychedelic Pill
    Me too on blu-ray.

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