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  1. a little masterpiece ..John Coltrane & Kenny Burell " The Blue Train Session " 1957 , re-issue on 180 gr. Vinyl, Label : Jazz Images 2019
    7 points
  2. Sky Street is an album by guitarist Kenny Burrell recorded in 1975 and released on the Fantasy Records label in 1976.The album was released on CD combined with Stormy Monday (Fantasy, 1978) as Stormy Monday Blues in 2001.
    5 points
  3. Nice, if that is half inch or 3/4 It's going to be sturdy. Can't get the wood for that at that price in years! Let's see what I've got.....
    5 points
  4. I've got archives George, unless I'm hacked I can do anything!
    5 points
  5. Continuing on with another live album Genesis - Live With the opposite view photo
    5 points
  6. 5 points
  7. Congratulations to Roy and the folks at Klipsch ! The newest version of the Forte was listed as a finalist for both Stereophile's Speaker of the year and also as Editor's Choice for Component of the Year. In looking at the reviews and the competitors' prices, It might make sense for Klipsch to raise their prices to something astronomical. Congratulations to all .... -Tom https://www.stereophile.com/content/stereophiles-products-2021-component-year
    4 points
  8. My favor from STYX " Cornerstone " A&M Records 1979, printed in Germany
    4 points
  9. David Crosby's first lp released in 1971 is just loaded w/the big guns. It's him and you either like him or ya don't. Many did, which led to his success in the business with CSN&Y. Such a great job re-mastering this one! f I Could Only Remember My Name is the debut solo album by American singer-songwriter David Crosby, released in February 1971 on Atlantic Records. A number of guest musicians appear on the record, including Graham Nash, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and members of Jefferson Airplane, Santana, and the Grateful Dead. The ensemble was given the informal moniker of The Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra. It was one of four high-profile albums (all charting within the top fifteen) released by each member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the wake of their chart-topping Déjà Vu album, along with After the Gold Rush (Neil Young, September 1970), Stephen Stills (Stephen Stills, November 1970) and Songs for Beginners (Graham Nash, May 1971). It peaked at No. 12 on the Billboard Top LPs chart and earned a RIAA gold record certification in the United States.
    4 points
  10. After the Avalon Sunset with Van Morrison I´m following Roxy Music´s Avalon , Deutsche Grammophon , 1982
    4 points
  11. early evening right now ...dreamin a little bit with Van Morrison´s " Avalon Sunset " 1989 Polydor Label, printed in germany
    4 points
  12. Had a break , walked a little bit in our forrest, sunset now at 4. 45 pm. One of his best ..George Benson with " Breezin " 1976 WB Label , printed in japan
    4 points
  13. Cold and sunny noon here ..while i had my integrated SS in operation yesterday, I thought to use the SS Pre-stage from my integrated and connected the monotubes today. Time to continue with the relaxin Sade " Diamond Life" Album , 1984
    4 points
  14. My doctor told me 1 can of Heineken beer a day can not hurt
    4 points
  15. Correct I have this album by the Nice https://www.discogs.com/release/5078078-The-Nice-Keith-Emerson-With-The-Nice There is a story behind this album and manager shenanigan's
    4 points
  16. The late Keith Emerson, right?
    4 points
  17. Time for a little Foxtrot I actually have 2 pressings of this album a UK and US But spinning the UK version today Just another super dooper album that is a must in any Prog collection Artist - Genesis Title - Foxtrot Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/release/715057-Genesis-Foxtrot
    4 points
  18. Continue with YES " Going for the One "
    4 points
  19. I'm just sittin here laffin at you guys... Hope you're enjoyin that coffee Paul cause I'm laffin at those legs! Record Store Day drop today and I've been scroungin and darn near everything I want is gone. My last alternative is to make a 3 hour road trip to my honey hole to check them out. This is gona be a love/hate road trip tomorrow and I'm saying no right now. But... I'd walk out $500 lighter if I went AND I can't miss the Ohio State ❌ichigan football game! Solved the outta space problem. The same dude I got the sub cabinet from has a 6' tall solid oak book shelf that's gonna fit perfectly. He's delivering it tomorrow for $50. hahaha Should hold all the re-masters and free up a shelf for more new ones. Yea, that hat works! Care to join me at jam night tonight? 😂
    4 points
  20. Yes that’s more me Love that hat
    4 points
  21. Rach's second symphony is wonderfully MELOdic... :-)) Have had this record for a while, but only today listened to it after reading about it on Wikipedia. Azhkenazy is a formidable pianist, but here he's conducting. Decca is an amazing label. I never hesitate buying their records.
    3 points
  22. Billy Strings and the boys latest LP Renewal. Different sound and puts it all together. He WILL grow on ya for sure!
    3 points
  23. It will be a surprise if Wolverines don’t give Buckeys a challenge. It will be an even bigger surprise if the could pull off an upset. Looking forward to watching the game. Later this afternoon I’ll be watching MSU vs PSU to see if Spartans have any fight left after being embarrassed by Buckeyes.
    3 points
  24. another nice jazzy soul record is spinning under the needle again ... Simply Red " Picture Book " released 1985 , Asylum Records, printed in UK
    3 points
  25. Blew off jam night soooo been sittin here unzippin a few and nursin a couple Heineken's. I'll post them up tomorrow. This new cabinet is gonna fit in the line array and should help w/the lack of space. Looks rock solid in the photos and he said it's all solid wood so that makes it even better. 33 wide, 13 deep and 6' high. Should have saved some money on the Levolors and stapled sheets over the front picture window! Between the shelf and the TV there won't be much to see outside. 😂 Into a lil of the new David Crosby lp and runnin Warren Haynes & the Mule right now. Think I'll survive
    3 points
  26. have it on unopened vinyl.. but now listening to CD
    3 points
  27. YES Mike he´s a real gentleman and he loves hats ..I know ...
    3 points
  28. 3 points
  29. I hope this finds itself useful for the folks doing work on Klipsch crossovers. I can simulate other models as well if there is an interest, I did the AA network because it seems to be the most popular for heritage models. Pictures are in the order like the schematic from top to bottom; 1) woofer 2) mid 3) tweeter Viewing them in this order you can see how they overlap each other to cover the whole audible frequency range. This is how I test crossover networks, I place the signal generator output to the input of the crossover, I then put resistive loads on each output and then use a frequency analyzer to look at and compare the frequency response of the networks to make sure they are functioning properly. This gives you a great indication of which filter is having a problem so less time taking the whole board apart and testing each component. I also leave my scope on the outputs in chop mode and compare to the input, sometimes you will see an ugly waveform at the output with high distortion, a good indication a component is toast.
    2 points
  30. I'll just leave this link here for the next one up. Government Mule's mid-November release of their first totally blues album. Starts slow and easy and finishes up hard and deep the way only Warren Haynes can do. https://topshelfmusicmag.com/reviews/govt-mule-drops-heavy-load-blues-album/https://topshelfmusicmag.com/reviews/govt-mule-drops-heavy-load-blues-album/
    2 points
  31. 2 points
  32. @Dave1291 well Dave I like him , that nice grooving blues rock from the early 1970´s
    2 points
  33. I am using a Schiit Vali while I wait for a Schiit Saga. The Vali is simply a volume control for my vintage tube amp. The Saga will be a remote control, a volume control, an input selector, and a y-adapter, should I want to use a subwoofer.
    2 points
  34. Me too. I use one of the sub channels with the low pass filter defeated to feed a center Heresy III between Khorns. There is a volume control on the front and so it makes it easy to balance the center channel. I like having optical and usb feeding the DA converter. This makes consumer quality bluetooth a $30 plug in (as well as bypassing an vintage DA converter in a Tascam CD player - its just a transport now. I also have the Marantz 7t and it has a center channel out but the volume control is on the back. The Marantz is much nicer to touch and interact with - the big aluminum tone knobs are smartly indexed, the big switches have long throws and make a satisfying stop. The P6, in contrast has tiny knobs and recessed lights that make the whole thing a bit fiddly. It is difficult to see at a glance if someone else in the house has been messing with the balance control. The volume knob on the P6 is as satisfying as the Marantz's but needs to be spun a few times to do what the 7t can do in an eighth of a turn. The phono input seems just fine - someday I'll demo an outboard unit to be sure, but good pressings sound great.
    2 points
  35. This Seconds Out pressing is very good and Bill Bruford makes a great addition with contributions on percussion and drums Mike - Was the Genesis archive released on LP ? I have so many original LPs that I’m not sure if I need any more 🤪
    2 points
  36. Latitude 51.4046 / Longitude 7.2583
    2 points
  37. Latitude 51.4046 / Longitude 7.2583
    2 points
  38. depends on your Player a little bit ....
    2 points
  39. i for to mention that cds suck! the only thing I like with 1's & 0's.. is currency and good old fashioned paper... just remember cyber currencies only work when you have the interweb and electricity ...
    2 points
  40. I tried ended up skipping thru the disc.. zep still sucks... but I did listen to we sold are souls
    2 points
  41. always worth to listen to ..Dire Straits " Communiqué " 1979 , Vertigo Label, printed in germany
    2 points
  42. In the Eye of the Storm is the first studio album by British pop/rock musician Roger Hodgson, who was a founding member of the British band Supertramp. The musical style found on In the Eye of the Storm is often referred to as progressive art pop, and is partly reminiscent of the Supertramp style of the 1970s. Keyboard sounds (especially in In Jeopardy and Give Me Love, Give Me Life) and staccato piano sounds repeatedly stand out as the main instruments, while other instruments, such as Supertramp's typical wind instruments (e.g. saxophone), fade into the background. The most famous songs of the album are Had a Dream (Sleeping with the Enemy) (with just under 8½ minutes the second longest song on the record), whose video, for example, was often shown by MTV, In Jeopardy, as well as the ballad Lovers in the Wind (with just over 4 minutes the shortest song) and the bombastic-symphonic Only Because of You (with just over 8½ minutes the longest work).
    2 points
  43. Haaaaapy Thanksgiving , to @Chief bonehead @dtel @dtel's wife@Travis In Austin @CECAA850 @Tarheel @billybob@babadono @BigStewMan@BBBlue@grasshopper @The Dude@richieb @Ceptorman @Dave1291 @JohnJ Canuck @Islander@geezin'@geoff. @Pete H @jason str @DizRotus canuck @NADman German @MicroMara @dtr20 @Marvel@pcbiz @NBPK402 canuck @Zachk0 @Coytee @ClaudeJ1 @Thaddeus Smith @dirtmudd @teaman @mungkiman @KT88@Vince1966 @Westcoastdrums@Emile @EmilC @uteman1011@wuzzzer@Full Range@tigerwoodKhorns @Madman@Khornukopia@Schu @MMurg @wvu80 @Shiva @KROCK @jjptkd @sputnik
    2 points
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