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About Tigerman

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    Klipschorns / RP280F's Together, in Longfellow Music Hall
  • Birthday 12/20/1952

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    The Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts
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    Amateur Radio, Pipe organ technician, Hammond Organs - Good Home and car Audio - Autos - Aviation - Birds - Cooking - Motorcycles and Photography.
  • My System
    Vintage tube system = Lovely Pair of 1967 Klipschorns, fed by a pair of rebuilt, factory wired Dynaco Mark III mono blocks along with a virgin Dynaco PAS-2 pre-amp of the same build date...

    (New in summer 2017) Marantz SR-6011 AVR, powering a pair of Klipsch Reference Premier 280F tower speakers for the mains.

    Reference Premier 240-S bipolar surrounds and Reference Premier 250-C center. All in Cherry finish.

    The Marantz manages all input sources to it's own preamp, and all is output through ZONE TWO to the Dynaco PAS-2 input. Thus making it possible for BOTH systems to play all sources individually or similtanously via simple remote control operation...

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  1. ...........screen shot from the Marantz SR6011......
  2. Good evening everyone (morning to you Paul!) I am once again over in RTM and wanted to listen to this album suggested by you in FULL tonight. So, just into the 3rd track and enjoying via Spotify premium streamed via Marantz AVR with the laptop as a remote control and into the Parasound and Martin Logans.... Nice ! 🍷
  3. A great day of discoveries John, cheers ! 🍷
  4. Hey there Paul and friends!, I found it right away. I am really liking it alot, the orchestrations in the first track are wonderful and for a 1973 recording, sounds might good . Showing here using the laptop as a controller, but streaming thought the Marantz AVR in 2.2 audio as seen on the big screen in the background where the camera focused, nearfield blurry. And yes, glass of wine poured, here we go 🍷 !
  5. Thank you Paul. Your are ready for breakfast and coffee...............I am getting ready for dinner and YES, stopped at the wine shop today and picked up more VINO of course, I will check into this album you suggest, I have premium Spotify and it will hopefully find it within an instant. Cheers mate , and have a good day 🍷
  6. With that my friends, I am off to Side 4 and will catch a movie when this concludes... Have a good evening/day everyone, ware your masks when you go out, be safe
  7. Hello Paul, I am not sure how I can help exactly. I think all is under control .. Meanwhile, listening and enjoying Side 3.... Yes, originally released as a single LP, but remastered and moved to TWO discs for wide dynamic range etc. This is a VERY quiet pressing as well !
  8. ....Now playing Side 2.. 🍷.Disc #1
  9. ....the vinyl disc showing center label artwork.... 🍷
  10. Good evening friends and GOOD MORNING Paul, getting near lunch time for you now .. Meanwhile, over in RTM and wanted to join in for a spin of an LP. Been thinking about this one for a long while and wanted to hear it yet again. Marillion - Clutching at Straws on 180 gram. Listening through the Martin Logan ESL 9's and Parasound Halo A-21 and Halo P6 preamp sounding BIG and WARM Here is the cover of the gate fold..
  11. Here,..sitting on the trusty old Teac waiting for me to hit the play bar, cheers everyone see you all again soon!...........🍷........Gary .................
  12. ...the back side of the box with track listing etc.....
  13. Hello friends! Paul, I know it is coming up lunchtime for you!, but, I thought I would share my MAGNETIC spin from this evening here in the States..... This one from 1975 on the CBS label. Aaron Copland himself conducting his own compositions for stage and film. Here is the cover artwork....
  14. Good evening to those in the states, and wee hours greetings to Micro and I know it is almost lunch time now for Paul. 🍕 I am sorry I can't post photos tonight, my favorite server for that activity is under maintenance right now. But, I am listening to a Columbia recording from a good friend of mine (studio owner and chief engineer of Rotary Records not far from me) and his LATE father's collection of organ / symphonic recordings given to me as a gift, a HUGE collection of fine LP's and CDs all in like new condition, some LPs dating back to the very early 60ies! A very rare one plays now, with Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic with Aaron Copland's 'Organ Symphony'. The organist is E.Power Biggs whom is well known over the many decades for his playing of Bach organ works. So, this is quite a bit different for him. Really a great performance, the LP is pretty free of any scratches, and pops, however, it has a very loud surface noise that sounds like there is a constant sound of the sea surf in the background! But, still very listenable. Thanks for reading and enjoy your music my friends. See you all next weekend for more vinyl playing from Longfellow Music Hall, cheers! 🍷
  15. Ok my friends, now listening to a digital recording over in RTM. I bid you all a good evening and hope to be back here again tomorrow evening (Sunday in the states). Stay safe everyone, observe your social distances please 😷.. Good night..... 🌙
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