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11 hours ago, JohnJ said:

I was thinking of pointing the exact thing, they were like Journey's east coast bookend!

Then our power went out...... and the pc was in the middle of updating unbeknownst to me:huh:

Revived the pc... blocked third party cookies again, wtf does msft flip that switch every time (insert mad as he11 smiley)

 

@dirtmudd

I did tell you in a roundabout way that my NA group had a couple of incognito visitors one Saturday night prior to a teddy & aero show here?

The toxic twins

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10 hours ago, Full Range said:

Not only a top 3 favourite Prog album it’s also one of the first albums that I purchased 

 

Played it 3 times already 

My speakers just love it 

 

Artist - King Crimson

Title - In The Court Of The Crimson King 

 

Also one of the most iconic covers ever imagined 


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Hi Full Range,

 

I love your English turntable with this beautiful tangential arm and your filter is 😍 

 

Have this King Crimson, but on CD: pouark!  😕 I would like so much to have the LP like you 😋

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1 hour ago, mustang_flht said:

Hi Full Range,

 

I love your English turntable with this beautiful tangential arm and your filter is 😍 

 

Have this King Crimson, but on CD: pouark!  😕 I would like so much to have the LP like you 😋


Many thanks 👍🏼
As you are from France you should find plenty of Garrard TTs just over the channel in England 

And the Terminator tonearm is from England as well @ TrasnFi audio 

 

I have a build thread on the filter ( crossover ) 

Also listening tests if you have time to read it 

https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/149952-a-crossover-design-on-single-exposed-board/

 

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Today a complex record that at first or even the second listen can be a little confusing to the listener 

But after a few listens it all comes together when all the complexities meld into one 

 

Artist - Mike Oldfield 

Title - Ommadawn 


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Ugh!  So much for the bass traps.  The roll of fabric went for $100 and I wasn't about to spend 6 hours on the round trip for that kind of money.  Was looking at a few other things but they were all over those too.  Back to the drawing board. hahaha

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Hi Full Range,

 

Yes I love the Garard 401 & 301, one day maybe I could have one 😍

 

I read your post "A Crossover Design on Single Exposed Board" it is very interesting and I congratulate you for this beautiful construction. Funny thing, I also put the second capacitor of my tweeter B & C DE120 to 8μF: 

 

 

 

My favorite album of Mike Oldfield is Amarok, but I can not find it in Vinyl, I only find the CD.

https://www.google.com/search?q=mike+oldfield+amarok&oq=mike+oldfield+amarok&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l5.6145j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

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Something easy listening from a French conductor 

For our French member @mustang_flht 🤟

 

Artist - Paul Mauriat 

Title - Greatest Hits

 

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Here is another easy listening LP by the same artist 

Great memories from these tunes 

 

Artist - Paul Mauriat 

Title - Blooming Hits 

 

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Clarinet is my favoured instrument for jazz as it exudes more feeling from the breath 

 

This album is just a delightful listen 

 

Artist - Various ( Golden Hour )

Acker Bilk, Sandy Brown, Tony Coe, Wally Fawkes, Terry Lightfoot, Archie Semple, Monty Sunshine 

 

Title - Clarinet Jazz Giants

 

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This time an album from a troubled jazz pianist 

You can search & read his bio if you like in your own time 

 

Artist - Joe Albany 

Title - The Legendary Joe Albany 

 

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In the court of the crimson king, would think by now could have a re-release @Full Range

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1 hour ago, billybob said:

In the court of the crimson king, would think by now could have a re-release @Full Range


Don’t think it’s been out of the production / release cycle in its 50 years of existence 

 

New book out now 

https://burningshed.com/sid-smith_in-the-court-of-king-crimson_book

 

Sid Smith’s In The Court Of King Crimson: An Observation Over 50 Years traces King Crimson’s career from the 1960s underground scene to the present day, featuring interviews with all the principal musicians and people associated with the band, a track by track analysis of studio output and an extensive annotated gigography.  

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Thanks man...I have a chance then, too...

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BTW, Asked if any 10 Years After fans has an Elvis dbl. Lp of same.

Have never looked...🕖

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2 minutes ago, billybob said:

BTW, Asked if any 10 Years After fans has an Elvis dbl. Lp of same.

Have never looked...🕖


Best resource is to check on Discogs all the releases just to see what’s available 

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Before CD compilations we had double LP albums or sometimes triple LP albums 

 

This is an excellent example of a King Crimson compilation album that was also aptly named 

 

Artist - King Crimson 

Title - The Young Persons Guide To King Crimson 

 

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Remember the LP mentioned when just a youth, well responsible age.

Always enjoyed the record. 

21st Century Schitzoid Man

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