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    Sting Brand New Day at this very moment!

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    Derek and the Dominos - Layla and other assorted love songs
    Simply Vinyl Limited Edition

    I'm not a big EC fan, but this one has always been highly listenable. SV did a really nice job with it.
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    Gary Moore- "Still got the Blues" digital but well worth a listen (track 8 smokes)
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    What's up BlueMDPicker?

    Listening to SACD of Rebecca Pidgeon, Spanish Harlem off "The world's greatest Audiophile Vocal Recordings" The song has grown on me and the recording is fantastic........

    Up next, SACD of Godsmack, "The Other Side".

    As soon as the IC's I just purchased gets here, I'll be turning myself back onto vinyl in my rig. Ten years and many moons have passed since I have had vinyl on my rig, then I'll be listening to a stack of records taller than me. Can't wait!

    Somewhere in the record collection is a six or seven LP set by the group Chicago. On one of the records there was a drum solo that I have been wanting to hear again for the first time [again] since I was popping zits.
    In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence.

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    John Mayall ,recorded at the Fillmore East in 1969,Engineer; Eddie Kramer
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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    What's up BlueMDPicker?

    Listening to SACD of Rebecca Pidgeon, Spanish Harlem off "The world's greatest Audiophile Vocal Recordings" The song has grown on me and the recording is fantastic........

    Up next, SACD of Godsmack, "The Other Side".

    As soon as the IC's I just purchased gets here, I'll be turning myself back onto vinyl in my rig. Ten years and many moons have passed since I have had vinyl on my rig, then I'll be listening to a stack of records taller than me. Can't wait!

    Somewhere in the record collection is a six or seven LP set by the group Chicago. On one of the records there was a drum solo that I have been wanting to hear again for the first time [again] since I was popping zits.
    "I'm a Man!" I believe had a long percussion riff.

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    Fleetwood Mac - Rumors
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    an oldie
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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    What's up BlueMDPicker?

    As soon as the IC's I just purchased gets here, I'll be turning myself back onto vinyl in my rig. Ten years and many moons have passed since I have had vinyl on my rig, then I'll be listening to a stack of records taller than me. Can't wait!
    Hi treitz3! Like you, I have well over 2000 LPs I collected over 40+ years. Probably 80% were only played once to make a cassette tape. I'm glad I resisted the urge to get rid of them because I've heard nothing out there with the dynamics and realism--except maybe R2R (which I also have a ton of. :) )
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    Jerry Lee Lewis - S/T
    1979, Electra 6E-184, LP to CD conversion

    If you like rock, blues or country, you've got to be on board with "The Killer". This album, to my knowledge, has never been reissued on CD. A friend made an excellent conversion for me.
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    John Mayer - Room For Squares
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    I started backwards listening to his discography but have yet to find an album I didn't thoroughly enjoy.
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    Rush - Moving Pictures (on vinyl)

    On my freshly recapped SDA 1C's! Gotta get 'em broken in!
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    Elton John - Honky Chateau Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Ed





    By the time Elton John went to France to cut HONKY CHATEAU in 1972, he had already become the first act since the Beatles to land four albums in the American Top 10 simultaneously. Up to that point, John had performed in a trio rounded out by bassist Dee Murray and drummer Nigel Olsson. The addition of guitarist Davey Johnstone on HONKY CHATEAU added another dimension to the overall sound. The results were successful, as the nonsensical "Honky Cat" and the Bowie-inspired "Rocket Man" became John's first Top 10 hits since the release of "Your Song" two years prior. John and co. reined in the lengthy, moody excesses of MADMAN ACROSS THE WATER, turning in a highly focused collection of beautifully crafted pop. The rollicking "I Think I'm Gonna Kill Myself," the sassy "Susie (Dramas)," and the stirring "Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters" are all standouts. The John/Bernie Taupin partnership also yielded a number of songs with vivid imagery, including the Civil War-era American South of "Slave" and a front-row pew before a gospel choir in the inspirational "Salvation." Pound for pound, HONKY CHATEAU may be one the strongest, most consistent, and most pleasurable records in the mammoth John discography.

    Good stuff here. Hercules sounds great on SDA's.
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    Jimi Hendrix - Moods
    1974, Trip TLP-9512, LP

    Mostly instrumental outtakes and jams, but a different vibe from most of the commercial releases before his death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Joni Mitchell, "Blue" - 180 gm LP, Reprise 74842
    I didn't know what I was missing all these years! This is one really great album. The vinyl is dead quiet.
    I too love it. It's one of the two most upliftingly depressing albums in recording history....


    As for me... from the latest BMG brown box....

    Lester & Chester - Les Paul and Chet Atkins



    The material may be seriously dated, but the playing is seriously serious. Recording seems to be a collection of raw studio cuts of two friends having a good time. It's complete with the two gabbing and on a track or two "working out an intro".
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    Chet Atkins - More of that Country Guitar
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    Pedal to Metal -Sonny Landreth

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    O.A.R. - Live from Madison Square Garden

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    Booker T. & the M.G.'s - McLemore Avenue
    1970, Stax STS-2027, R2R

    Fun covers of (now) well-known Beatles tunes like only the Muscle Shoals crew could do. T's keyboards and Cropper's guitar work are strong and steady as usual and handle the material easily.
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    Barry White - Greatest Hits

    Found this CD while cleaning up. Damn.....this thing sounds GOOD. Brings some memories too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    Barry White - Greatest Hits

    Found this CD while cleaning up. Damn.....this thing sounds GOOD. Brings some memories too.
    That's a great CD!!! I bought it for Phyllisann when we were first dating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    That's a great CD!!! I bought it for Phyllisann when we were first dating.
    You and I know that was really a gift you bought her for yourself.....:D
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    Who cares if mainstream pop is released in SACD? In most cases, that amounts to polishing a turd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Ayotte View Post
    You and I know that was really a gift you bought her for yourself.....:D
    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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    edie brickell & new bohemians - shooting rubber bands at the stars
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    Marylin Manson - Eat Me, Drink Me

    More into Jazz but this Great new album

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    Harry Belafonte - Jump Up Calypso
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    Stellar arrangements and production. This man had a voice like no other.
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    Kicking back on the office rig.

    Tori Amos - American Doll Posse

    Paul Simon - Concert in the Park



    A simply outstanding recording and an even better performance by over 15 artists on stage in Central Park for a free concert in 1991. If you only own one Paul Simon piece of music this is the one.

    Simon is accompanied by an astounding band that brings together New York studio vets, South African musicians and a Brazilian percussion group, and the result is an elegant, panoramic, cross-cultural sound. Simon's older material is reinterpreted and successfully redefined in the process.

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    Traffic, "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys;" Island Records 90026-1 Awesome music, 36 years later even without the black afghan hash.:D

    Jethro Tull, "Benefit;" Horribly compressed and not one of Tull's best efforts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Kicking back on the office rig.

    Tori Amos - American Doll Posse

    Paul Simon - Concert in the Park



    A simply outstanding recording and an even better performance by over 15 artists on stage in Central Park for a free concert in 1991. If you only own one Paul Simon piece of music this is the one.

    Simon is accompanied by an astounding band that brings together New York studio vets, South African musicians and a Brazilian percussion group, and the result is an elegant, panoramic, cross-cultural sound. Simon's older material is reinterpreted and successfully redefined in the process.

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