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  1. I've had enough. Going to kick this system to the curb and just put it out with the trash! I don't think I have ever heard such clarity and presence in my life. I feel lucky. The musicians are here standing in front of me playing. I am connected to the music in a way I have not felt before.
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  2. Just added the last touches on the system. Not much, but it works for now and sounds great.
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  3. — Alan Eaton 2a3 monoblocks —
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  4. Pics of the staging area as promised...
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  5. Why the heck not rolllllll???? Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 is a live album by the American rock band the Doors, released on February 23, 2018, on Rhino Records. The concert was recorded at the Isle of Wight Festival in England on August 30, 1970, and this was released by Eagle Rock Entertainment. It was the group's final appearance as a foursome outside of the US and also the last full filming of a Doors concert.[1] This is the 1970 remaster and it's killer! See what happens when you plant seeds @Full Range? 😂 😂 Live at Pompeii is a live album and film by David Gilmour, the guitarist of Pink Floyd. It was recorded at the Amphitheatre of Pompeii. It documents his 2015–16 world tour to promote his album, Rattle That Lock (2015). The concert was directed by Gavin Elder. The album was released on 29 September 2017.
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  6. I little update wow it's been 7 years now !
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  7. https://www.discogs.com/release/4678985-Deep-Purple-The-Book-Of-Taliesyn
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  8. Brain Salad Surgery The Moog comes alive with MC cartridge!
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  9. Hi there K104! And, you can't get that Keith Emerson Moog solo without one of these in your collection. Here is my 50th anniversary Mini-Moog Voyager signed by Robert Moog himself. One of only 100 .
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  10. Spun some classics yesterday ... today I spun ....
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  11. 2nd copy I have on Vertigo Spaceship label. Acoustics are A+. Supposedly 500-1,000 copies pressed with this label. Shipped in less than a week from UK to the Midwest US. Now thats service!
    9 points
  12. This post is for Tony Banks recent birthday But this 12” 45 rpm single album is with his mate Fish of Marillion Wiki info Shortcut to Somewhere" is a song by Genesis keyboard player Tony Banks, released as the second single from his 1986 album Soundtracks, with Fish on vocals. It was Fish's only commercial recording outside Marillion before his departure from the band in late 1988. Fish also wrote the lyrics for this fast, keyboard-based pop song similar to the Genesis material of this period, with a typical 1980s production. The song is part of the soundtrack for the 1986 film Quicksilver. A section of the song was performed live by Genesis as part of a solo career medley at the 1988 Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary concert. It is the only Tony Banks solo song to have been played live by the band.
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  13. Waitin' For The Bus Jalapeño Green Vinyl
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  14. On to the second lp. Grateful Dead - American Beauty
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  15. Dark Side of the Moon 50th Anniversary issue. Original analog tape to vinyl or digital to vinyl? Either way, it sounds good.
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  16. Well ..spring seem to be far away here ....again a rainy day , so there was time enough to listen to some vinyls this afternoon. I started with EKSEPTION`s " Mindmirror " than Mahavishnu Orchestra with John McLoughlin " The inner mounting flame " followed by Jan Akkermann " same Album Title " 1977 and right this minute Al Di Meola " Splendido Hotel " maybe some more ? ...I´ll see, it´s 7 45 pm here so there´s time enough.......
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  18. Gear wasn´t used for a couple of weeks ,needs to get analogue SAGA datas 😊
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  19. ....rear cover art of this RE-release on 180gram, and a side vibe shot of the 2nd floor system.
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  20. Hello and happy Sunday afternoon to all. Ok, finally a chance to continue a little spinning of vinyl. Got this going right now....
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  21. In between vinyl sessions I made maple syrup. 10 gallons of sap to make 1 pint of sweet goodness! 😋
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  22. He had white horses And ladies by the score All dressed in satin And waiting by the door Ooh, what a lucky man he was Ooh, what a lucky man he was White lace and feathers They made up his bed A gold covered mattress On which he was laid Ooh, what a lucky man he was Ooh, what a lucky man he was He went to fight wars For his country and his king Of his honor and his glory The people would sing Ooh, what a lucky man he was Ooh, what a lucky man he was A bullet had found him His blood ran as he cried No money could save him So he laid down and he died Ooh, what a lucky man he was Ooh, what a lucky man he was
    9 points
  23. I have this feeling that my luck is none too good This sword here at my side don't act the way it should Keeps calling me its master, but I feel like its slave Hauling me faster and faster to an early, early grave And it howls, it howls like hell I'm told it's my duty to fight against the law That wizardry's my trade and I was born to wade through gore I just want to be a lover, not a red-eyed screaming ghoul I wish it'd picked another to be its killing tool Black blade! Black blade! Forged a billion years ago Black blade! Black blade! Killing so its power can grow There's death from the beginning to the end of time And I'm the cosmic champion and I hold a mystic sign And the whole world's dying and the burdens mine And the black sword keeps on killing 'til the end of time Black blade! Black blade! Bringing chaos to the world we know Black blade! Black blade! And its using me to kill my friends Black blade! Black blade! Getting stronger so the world will end Black blade! Black blade! Forcing my mind to bend and bend The black blade Forged a million billion years ago My cosmic sword goes on for eternity Carving out destiny Bringing in the lords of chaos Bringing up the beasts of Hades Sucking out the souls of heroes Laying waste to knights and ladies My master is my slave Ha ha ah ha ah ha!
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  24. Ok friends.......yes, been a while, but stopping by with some vinyl to spin. This time from the audio showroom. This album I bought NEW in 1978, I think played it only a couple times in that year. So, this is the first time spinning it again in all these many years! Guess you could say the Rega is set, table cloth and all .
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  25. After them I changed to Mott The Hoople, any idea what does it mean ? and finally ......Chase was an American jazz-rock band. On August 9, 1974, Chase was traveling by plane to Minnesota for a gig at the Jackson County Fair when they ran into bad weather - in the subsequent crash, Bill Chase died along with band members Wally Yohn, John Emma and Walter Clark, and their two pilots were also killed
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  26. Spun some german Music today , all bands were from the former german democratic republic , you should know them all @AndreG. AMIGA was the DDR Label at that time , they all were printed in the city Gotha . The Band KARAT with their debut from 1978 than the debut from the band CITY as well from 1978 and finally the debut from the band REFORM 1979
    8 points
  27. A little bit of Zappa wit
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  28. Been spinnin a bit today and actually put away some stuff.. That went down yesterday so i eyeball things and find thise one pop out! Yup jumped right out begging me and everything so I caved! Genesis Revisited: Live at the Royal Albert Hall is a live album by musician Steve Hackett. It was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall, London, during the second UK leg of a tour around the release of Genesis Revisited II. It features a full set from the show performed on 24 October 2013, including 18 Genesis songs. The box set features the full live show across two CDs and on one DVD, together with a further DVD containing two documentaries. It's a bit pricey but well worth every penny! .
    8 points
  29. We made it up to the Easter Vigil last night. The weather was pleasant and it made for one of the warmest Easter services we’ve had in a few years. Afterwards, as is tradition, we went to Waffle House. Happy Easter everyone!
    8 points
  30. Imma rollin here George! How ya feelin brother? King Crimson were an English progressive rock band formed in 1968 in London. The band drew inspiration from a wide variety of music, incorporating elements of classical, jazz, folk, heavy metal, gamelan, blues, industrial, electronic, experimental music and new wave. They exerted a strong influence on the early 1970s progressive rock movement, including on contemporaries such as Yes and Genesis, and continue to inspire subsequent generations of artists across multiple genres.[1] The band earned a large cult following.[2][3] Founded by Robert Fripp, Michael Giles, Greg Lake, Ian McDonald and Peter Sinfield, the band initially focused on a dramatic sound layered with Mellotron, McDonald's saxophone and flute, and Lake's bass and powerful lead vocals. Their debut album, In the Court of the Crimson King (1969), remains their most commercially successful and influential release, with a potent mixture of jazz, classical and experimental music.[4] Following the sudden simultaneous departures of McDonald and Giles, with Lake also leaving very shortly afterwards, the next two albums In the Wake of Poseidon and Lizard (both 1970) were recorded during a period of instability in the band's line-up. A settled band of Fripp, Sinfield, Mel Collins, Boz Burrell and Ian Wallace recorded Islands in 1971, though in mid-1972, Fripp let go of this line-up and changed the group's instrumentation and approach, drawing from European free improvisation and developing ever more complex compositions. With Bill Bruford, John Wetton, David Cross and, briefly, Jamie Muir, they reached what some saw as a creative peak on Larks' Tongues in Aspic (1973), Starless and Bible Black (1974), and Red (1974). King Crimson disbanded at the end of 1974. Island 1971 Half Speed Mastered is sounding divine and then some!
    8 points
  31. I'm a bad boy...just picked up a Rogue Audio Sphinx v3 Magnum Amp. I hope the Wife doesn't kill me. 🥺
    8 points
  32. this evening I spun Steely Dan´s Pretzel Logic than I connected the ADC XLM III with JICO SAS Neddle to my Trichord Phono Pre stage and spun their album You can´t buy a thrill followed by Peter Gabriels Solo Debut from 1977 and finally Marillion´s debut album Script for a Jester´s Tear from 1983 You may excuse the condition from my lp covers , but they´re really old . However , the vinyl itself is in perfect condition
    8 points
  33. I go to Walmart to pick up my bathroom toiletries. Bar soap, liquid hand soap, Old Spice Mens shampoo. And AC/DC gold vinyl And Rush red vinyl I didn't go for the vinyl but left with the vinyl. Impressive sound!
    8 points
  34. That's not a original master recording!!! This is...
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  35. Enjoying a long time favorite. Cheers! Grateful Dead - American Beauty.
    8 points
  36. Sprinkling outside and I mowed the grass yesterday Now time to relax with a Japanese Quadraphonic pressing and my copy has extremely good SQ and has extra instrument detail / inclusion that the original release had mixed out Artist - Santana Title - Abraxas Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/release/2839197-Santana-Abraxas ‘The fold out poster inside the cover and great bellbottom pants for @JohnJ he knows what I mean
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  37. Beat on the brat Beat on the brat Beat on the brat with a baseball bat Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh Beat on the brat Beat on the brat Beat on the brat with a baseball bat Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh What can you do? What can you do? With a brat like that always on your back What can you lose? What can you do? What can you do? With a brat like that always on your back What can you lose, lose? Beat on the brat Beat on the brat Beat on the brat with a baseball bat Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh Beat on the brat Beat on the brat Beat on the brat with a baseball bat Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh Oh yeah, oh yeah, uh-oh What can you do? What can you do? With a brat like that always on your back What can you lose? What can you do? What can you do? With a brat like that always on your back What can you lose, lose?
    8 points
  38. I sleep all day, out all night I know where you're goin' I don't think that's actin' right You don't think it's showin' A jumpin' up, fallin' down Don't misunderstand me You don't think that I know your plan What you tryin' to hand me? Out all night, sleep all day I know what you're doin' If you're gonna act that way I think there's trouble brewin'
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  40. https://www.discogs.com/release/2483823-Deep-Purple-Fireball
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  41. 3 days left till the rehab is finished ; I´m really missing my gear and looking forward to spin some vinyl next weekend !
    8 points
  42. ATCO sounds better. MOFI pressings can be overrated. And overpriced.
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  43. Felt like a lil blues this afternoon and I took a few breaks but man things sounded great! Made it tough to quit. lol Who am I kiddin? Burnin' is an album by the blues musician John Lee Hooker, recorded in Chicago on October 26, 1961 and released on the Vee-Jay label the following year.[1] Hooker is backed by the Funk Brothers. The album includes the nationally charting single "Boom Boom". L.A. Midnight is the twentieth studio electric blues album by B.B. King released in 1972. It features two extended guitar jams with fellow guitarists Jesse Ed Davis and Joe Walsh ("Midnight" and "Lucille's Granny"). It also features Taj Mahal on harmonica and guitar. ("Can't You Hear Me Talking to You" and "I've Been Blue Too Long" respectively). "Can't You Hear Me Talking To You" also features Davis on guitar. I got "Hooked." The Real Folk Blues is an album by blues musician John Lee Hooker that was recorded in Chicago in 1966 and released by the Chess label. Additional tracks from the sessions were released as More Real Folk Blues: The Missing Album in 1991. More Real Folk Blues is an album compiling singles recorded by blues musician Muddy Waters between 1948 and 1953 that was released by the Chess label in 1967.[1][2][3] More Real Folk Blues is an album compiling singles recorded by blues musician Muddy Waters between 1948 and 1953 that was released by the Chess label in 1967. See what I did there?
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  44. ....Friday afternoon vibe with my NEXT play in front of the hearth.
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