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  1. 17 hours ago, oldtimer said:

    Weather%2BReport%2B-%2BHeavy%2BWeather%2B-%2BFront.jpgThey borrowed Full Range fedora for the cover...

    An awesome album, an album that fits into any good record collection belongs to.

    Just like Raul de Souza with "sweet Lucy"

     

     

     

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  2. On 3/21/2020 at 4:57 AM, Full Range said:

    I just got this album today - It was out of stock when I went to purchase it last week 


    A favourite artist that can’t be pigeonholed as he was always evolving

     

    Artist - David Bowie ‎

    Title - The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars

     

    Album ID https://www.discogs.com/David-Bowie-The-Rise-And-Fall-Of-Ziggy-Stardust-And-The-Spiders-From-Mars/release/8162188

     

    @MicroMara made another video for you 

     

     

     

    Yeah, you're definitely right. Bowie was one of the most intelligent musicians. An incredible musical and personal range. Never could have been predicted. I think I somehow own between 25 and 30 David Bowie albums. I have Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars as a live album. Got to check them all out, very good idea from you. And thanx for the musical and sound impression on your video, even with my Grado SR 325e Headphone it sound very impressive ...0057.gifI enjoyed it very much

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  3. 11 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

    @MicroMara  Hey man ... you been to Bitburg?  My brother lived there for a few years back in the 70s. 

    Bittburg has hardly changed, it is only a good 2 hours away by car. The Bittburger beer is one of the most drunk beers in Germany .....Prost BigStewman ...96.gif

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  4. 10 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

    I met a British woman that was breathtaking.  

    I know what you mean. I've flown the globe for over 20 years and only got married when I changed my job. But one thing I can tell you for sure. A woman is a woman... no matter what culture she comes from.    

     

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  5. 35 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

    God help us all.

    No. God can't help. May God have mercy on the souls of those who fall victim to the epidemics. Let us pray for the victims.

     

    For thousands of years mankind has been repeatedly infected by pandemics. In the past, pandemics have been fatal for most of the world's population. This is no longer the case today. The evolution of mankind and its medical and technological advances are helping mankind to get these epidemics under control faster than ever before. Thanks to the www. we are all able to receive information, process it, act on it and communicate with each other. Imagine that there is no www. How would our situation look like then? There would be panic on planet earth, probably an apocalypse.

     

    But mankind does not learn any lessons from the catastrophes and does not show any humility towards this wonderful planet. Humanity must understand that nature is still above human evolution.

     

    This is what we are experiencing with CoVid 19 and it will not be the last plague that mankind will be infected by.

     

    I wish all people on this earth the luck not to fall ill with CoVid 19 or to have to mourn close relatives.  

     

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  6. I think we should give this thread some life again. Maybe with music from the 1990 years until today. So many new musical trends were created...so let's see what's going on. Could and should also be interesting for the younger music lovers. I'll just start ....

     

     

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  7. These were the last two records I listened to a few days ago with the Grado Prestige Gold II before I changed to the Osawa 301 MI cartridge. Roxy Music, one of the best " New Romantic " bands of the 1980-1990s

     

     

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  8. 18 hours ago, Full Range said:


    I posted about 25 seconds of it playing the Steve Hackett album on Instagram on the second image 


     

     

     

     

    Nice that you are musically so broadly positioned and do not only concentrate on one - two music styles. I have seen so many wonderful records of you on Instagram. Plus your exceptionally excellent stereo system with so many DIY components. Fullrange ...I have great respect for your musical and technical competence.

     

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  9. I think I have never heard an album in my life as often as Grover Washington Jr. " Winelight " . I have purchased several different LP pressings CD's and even, because I was very lucky, a 24 bit Japanese recording.

     

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  10. And yes, I have so much music from the Crusaders with the legendary Joe sample. Here is another solo album " Ashes to Ashes " from 1990...as a 24 bit Japan recording

     

     

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  11. 14 minutes ago, Full Range said:

    I just had to play this new album - could not wait any longer 

     

    It’s not a fully Prog album in my judgement but a mix of beautifully woven Prog and world music 

    It’s very enjoyable at first listen but in reality it needs several listens to fully appreciate the intricate instrument interplay 

     

    Artist - Steve Hackett 

    Title - The Night Siren 

     

     

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