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2 hours ago, MicroMara said:

No way, I needed once again an online break. I am also still in the German-speaking forum  online also. That is then sometimes just all too much for me. In addition, I had to finish cable orders again and had spent a lot of time in my free time listening to music, mainly the now modified Marantz SACD player, which now clearly plays better than ever before. It's a hell of a machine, I'm thrilled.

 

Some of my cables in new designs, done this week ...

 

The Yellow-Grey Line

 

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The Black & White Line

 

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Thought the first one (yellow) was a Diamond Back Rattle Snake.....

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4 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

you and I think alike.  I've had my share of encounters with rattlers ... mostly Mojave Greens. I've eaten rattlesnake too. 

 

Chicken

Or did they upgrade the simulator software for Rattler ?

Kangaroo and Alligator are definitely not chicken.

Haven't made it to snakes and bugs yet.......

Can't wait for the roach burgers they want to feed us.

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3 minutes ago, Bubo said:

Kangaroo and Alligator are definitely not chicken

Never had kangaroo.  Alligator, Frog legs, quail, buffalo, rattlesnake, deer, elk, ostrich, dove, rabbit ... who knows what else.

My brother and I used to get together for Exotic Meat Day. 

But, you won't catch me eating no Taco Bell.  

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A little birdie on the internet informed that this album, as of 30 Oct 2021 has turned 50 years old 

 

Needs no introduction 

4 January 1971: 
Pink Floyd began a week-long stint at Abbey Road Studios, with engineers John Leckie and Peter Bown, recording ideas for their next album, Meddle. 

8 April 1971: 
Pink Floyd returned to Abbey Road Studios for a week's recording session. Further recording sessions took place throughout the month. 

19 July 1971: 
Pink Floyd went to North London's Morgan Sound Studios to continue work on Meddle, including final mixes for the track Echoes. 

30 October 1971: 
Meddle was released in the US, a week ahead of the UK. It reached No. 70 in the charts. 

5 November 1971: 
Meddle was released in the UK and reached No. 3 in the charts.

 

Artist - Pink Floyd 

Title - Meddle 

 

Album ID https://www.discogs.com/release/1340955-Pink-Floyd-Meddle

 

31-A04-A02-3878-4661-AAEB-677-F7-AB6-AC4


7-E662996-22-B8-462-D-B275-BB06-CD8-ACA2

 
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4 hours ago, Full Range said:

A little birdie on the internet informed that this album, as of 30 Oct 2021 has turned 50 years old 

 

Needs no introduction 

4 January 1971: 
Pink Floyd began a week-long stint at Abbey Road Studios, with engineers John Leckie and Peter Bown, recording ideas for their next album, Meddle. 

8 April 1971: 
Pink Floyd returned to Abbey Road Studios for a week's recording session. Further recording sessions took place throughout the month. 

19 July 1971: 
Pink Floyd went to North London's Morgan Sound Studios to continue work on Meddle, including final mixes for the track Echoes. 

30 October 1971: 
Meddle was released in the US, a week ahead of the UK. It reached No. 70 in the charts. 

5 November 1971: 
Meddle was released in the UK and reached No. 3 in the charts.

 

Artist - Pink Floyd 

Title - Meddle 

 

Album ID https://www.discogs.com/release/1340955-Pink-Floyd-Meddle

 

31-A04-A02-3878-4661-AAEB-677-F7-AB6-AC4


7-E662996-22-B8-462-D-B275-BB06-CD8-ACA2

 

My brother in law has this album (and a couple of others), original 1970s pressions, on vinyl too. I have CDs only. 

I'm soooo jealous of this!

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42 minutes ago, MeloManiac said:

My brother in law has this album (and a couple of others), original 1970s pressions, on vinyl too. I have CDs only. 

I'm soooo jealous of this!


My copy is a first Australian pressing 

But I also recommend you listen to the album I will present next

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This album is a solo release for the bass guitarist of Deep Purple 

 

Symphonic Prog rock at its best 

Beautifully structured and a story of the 4 earth elements, and its a great listen

I recommend to all a listen if you can manage it 

 

Artist - Roger Glover

Title - Elements  

 

Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/release/6480535-Roger-Glover-Elements

 

 

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10 hours ago, michaelwardjoines said:

 

How about smoked crickets for an appetizer? Not that uncommon in Baja. Once you get over realizing the legs are still attached, they are not bad.

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Glad they leave the legs attached. Like to know what I'm eating...

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2 hours ago, Full Range said:

This album is a solo release for the bass guitarist of Deep Purple 

 

Symphonic Prog rock at its best 

Beautifully structured and a story of the 4 earth elements, and its a great listen

I recommend to all a listen if you can manage it 

 

Artist - Roger Glover

Title - Elements  

 

Album ID - https://www.discogs.com/release/6480535-Roger-Glover-Elements

 

 

3-D1-A078-D-4-DFF-4052-AA6-C-01747745-AF

Yes, am sure it a good lp. Based on Gemini Suite only.

Old Roger... thanks!

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12 hours ago, Bubo said:

Thought the first one (yellow) was a Diamond Back Rattle Snake.....

 

Like that particular color combination myself!

 

* It's interesting Paul, and everything he plays plus he produced it!

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8 hours ago, Full Range said:

A little birdie on the internet informed that this album, as of 30 Oct 2021 has turned 50 years old 

 

Needs no introduction 

4 January 1971: 
Pink Floyd began a week-long stint at Abbey Road Studios, with engineers John Leckie and Peter Bown, recording ideas for their next album, Meddle. 

8 April 1971: 
Pink Floyd returned to Abbey Road Studios for a week's recording session. Further recording sessions took place throughout the month. 

19 July 1971: 
Pink Floyd went to North London's Morgan Sound Studios to continue work on Meddle, including final mixes for the track Echoes. 

30 October 1971: 
Meddle was released in the US, a week ahead of the UK. It reached No. 70 in the charts. 

5 November 1971: 
Meddle was released in the UK and reached No. 3 in the charts.

 

Artist - Pink Floyd 

Title - Meddle 

 

Album ID https://www.discogs.com/release/1340955-Pink-Floyd-Meddle

 

31-A04-A02-3878-4661-AAEB-677-F7-AB6-AC4


7-E662996-22-B8-462-D-B275-BB06-CD8-ACA2

 

Listening to the CD while ironing (!), and it drives my dog crazy when 'Seamus' is playing. 🐕

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1 hour ago, JohnJ said:

I'm a dog person now!

Cats!  Yea, you all know the story...  Too old for animals but I sure love that lil dawg the youngest has.  Hadn't seen her in 5 years, youngest said she'd never remember me.  WRONG!  That lil thing was ALL over me and by my side the entire time I was in Phoenix.  Best dawg EVER!  i had the couch and she was beside me every nite.  Youngest called her a traitor!  Only down side was I'd wake up every morning with her butt about 6 inches from my face.  hahaha

 

@Full Rangethat is one FANTASTIC album and I'm now on a quest!  I'm on youtube and it's insanely good!  Thanks!

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Purchased a new 40+ year old recapped Sansui AU717 amp, and it arrived a couple of days ago 

Next day I gave it a light dust and clean ( it was already clean ) inside and rejuvenated the faceplate 

 

NOTE - I also purchased the companion tuner TU717 

 

Here are some amplifier porn photos 😎

 

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Today I had the chance to turn it on for a test and listen 

Decided to put on the

 

Opus 3 - Test Record 1 

Depth Of Image 

 

Brings back memories of my first Sansui amp and I’m in the zone again 

Happy as a pig in #*** 🤪

 

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Yes man, should give you so warm detail, especially after it melds into your system.

Got a Luxman coming in this Thursday to give my old NEC integrated a break, after it took a dive down, but worthy of fixing.

Please review later... cool.

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