What are you listening to and WHY might anyone be interested?


#2525

Thanks for the warning, Ewe. I listened to most of the 2006/2005 remastered version of Tres Hombres on Tidal and it mentions it was remastered from the original recording, whatever that means. It also has some live tracks on it too.


#2526

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Vinyl released 1968 - Sticking with the Moody’s another fine album. :sunglasses:


#2527

George Harrison

George Harrison - TIDAL HiFi

After watching “Concert For George” last night I thought I would start with this, one of the few albums from George that I do not own.

Edward


#2528


Ahh that’s better… tuning back into UK hard/heavy rock… this album has a good variation on pace.


#2529


Eric Clapton - Slowhand, EC in fairly laidback mode to start the day


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#2531

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CD version originally released 1971 - Rundgren’s second and most underrated album, plenty of great stuff on this album. :sunglasses:


#2532

Malletoba spankin’ with the Duke and chums on a nice sounding 1990s Columbia CD:


#2533

I did wonder what the £25.26 Amazon charge on my card was on Friday morning until the courier handed me the Trower set.


#2534

The Beatles - Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, now giving the remix from '17 a blast.I think it’s ok apart from the volume hike when “Mr Kite” begins.


#2535

Pat Metheny: What’s It All About. Pat does standards, solo.


#2536

Late (1971) Duke, on a splendid-sounding Atlantic CD:


#2537


Santana - Spirits Dancing in the Flesh, released in '90 this album relies on some covers for inspiration,but Santana’s guitar still shines and he’s not on auto pilot yet :sunglasses:


#2538

It swings is an understatement:grin:


#2539

Brand new one microphone recording with Carmen Gomes. Very special completely natural warm, as if being there SQ, and way better sounding than binaural recordings. Highly recommended;
Carmen Gomes Inc, Don’t You Cry


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#2542

Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs - WAV CD rip

From the just released bargain boxset, keeping me company in the kitchen while I cook some food for the week. Great bluesy power trio rock, sounding good on the Qb (and the NDX when switching rooms, I like Multiroom).


#2543

Agree Dan one of Todd’s best.

ATB Graham


#2544

Since leaving Josef K thirty or so years ago, Paul Haig’s career has taken some interesting twists and turns.

This is one of them, a 1991 CD of themes from imaginary movies. The feel is quite John Barry or ITC (a UK TV and film production company that had a string of hits in the 1970s and 80s with shows like Randall & Hopkirk… Deceased, Thunderbirds, The Protectors, The Prisoner, Department S, etc).

Perfect for a low-key Sunday.