Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
This guy was performing with Brant Bjork. He was good.
A little light comparison between this and my non-Dolby Direct Disk Labs vinyl copy. This thing sounds really good. I played the MFSL Honkey Chateau last night and I wasn't bowled over, but the original UK vinyl on that one is just stupendous, and a reference album for me. This one seems like a pretty even fight.
Storyboarding takes up your life like crazy.
Paul de Senneville (George Davidson version by Jacob) - Mariage d'Amour
Paul de Senneville (Richard Clayderman version) - Mariage D'Amour
The first vid says it is also known as "Chopin's Spring Waltz". But that is all Paul de Senneville and no Chopin. It's a beautiful piece.
I updated with the Clayderman arranged version that was fairly popular in the early 80's. In fact, I grew up and was more familiar with that version.
From the dates, the Clayderman version is older that the somewhat unfamiliar Davidson's version that I just recently heard.
The author indeed seems to be de Senneville.
Csongor Korossy-Khayll & Xaver Varnus - Schindler's List
Holidays are over. Back to work...
beautiful selection by Thom Yorke
Today I have dusted off the tube amp and 650s. I am being a relaxo-head, it seems.
Cheesy Hercules and sorcerers: best combo evah.
This band really makes me appreciate the mid-bass bump of the HD650. It's songs like these which make me realize I'm a bit of a bass-head at heart.
Reminded me of the hammer dulcimer that I love in this song.
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