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  1. I am so very lucky to have this pressing as the SQ is amazing 

    ( I also have the Australian pressing) 

     

    Spinning as I post and the album needs no introduction apart from noting that it’s a Japanese pressing
    A CBS/Sony Quadraphonic release 1971 

    The cover has a metallic sheen and on close listening it has added percussion and instruments in certain tracks due to the Quadrophonic considerations 

     

    Artist - Santana

    Title - Abraxas 

     

    Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/Santana-Abraxas/release/2839197

     

    65-A22-B33-5771-4991-93-D6-A37817-B7467-


    Quadraphonic pressing 
    23-B974-BE-192-D-4705-975-B-3-DCFC525-AF


    The large poster is in the cover 

    1-CEF2-AFE-CEA1-4-EBC-835-A-2-ED84-E34-D

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  2. 18 minutes ago, Dave1291 said:

    70's seriously?  Where'd they go anyway?  I can remember bits n pieces but...  ...I just don't know where 10 yeqrs went.


    I still remember most decades 

    Must have had good memories to remember 

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  3. 6 hours ago, MookieStl said:

    Great album by a local group (to me) Saw them live a few times. Second album pretty much fizzled and the record company dropped them. Two and done like many groups from that era. Still enjoy listening to it on a regular basis.


    Yea the seventies were great 

    Bands were practicing in garages at just about every neighbourhood 

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  4. 5 hours ago, MicroMara said:

    Soft Machine is a British band that is one of the pioneers of the Canterbury Sound. It formed in 1966 in Canterbury, England, and initially played a central role in the music scene there.


    Soft machines album “Third “

    Is still rated highly and generally voted in the top ten of all time 

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  5. 2 hours ago, MicroMara said:

    Paul , coming back to yours and your  friend´s 3 Way X-Over´s .......no resistors are used in such a three way network , can you explain what´s behind ?


    His speakers have different high / low htz specks 
    We had many listening sessions with several different configurations until we came to this setup 

    My ears were used to fine tune the crossover points 

     

    It’s been a while since I was over there and I’m sure no resistors were used in the final build 

    Look closely at the system photo and you will see a test crossover on top of the speaker 😎

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  6. 8 hours ago, MicroMara said:

    Great Gear, you´ve got my blessings. I would have liked to see the lower side with the wiring management from the X-over


    It’s like a road map, similar to my crossovers as the same gentleman built them using my units as a template / guide 


    Photo is the underside of my crossovers 

     

    image.jpg

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  7. 3 hours ago, JohnJ said:

    St Augustine, if they have anywhere big enough would be at that old, old fort or battlement. That would have to be great!!


    I believe the show was at a covered amphitheatre in a park about a mile from the coast, close to an alligator farm 

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  8. King Crimson

    They are in Florida at the moment - Show #3 St Augustine 

    Covid19 Delta is having an impact on crowd numbers - So you may find it easy to get a ticket 

    If you have the chance - You need to go or you will regret procrastinating about it 🤘

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