Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
Making my way through an old favourite again.
I swear those guys must live in a studio. Another new release this week!
More Daft Punk for y’all. Such a great video!
Daft Punk - Around the World
Maria Schneider - Data Lords. http://mariaschneider.com/home/albuminfo?id=1083
I've been a fan of Schneider's works since I first heard Concert in the Garden, but this record is a different beast. And to add a cherry on top, this is the first time I heard a 24/96 record which I felt showed something that was not coming through in 16/44.1 (since you get both in the digital download package).
Now excuse me while I complain about waiting for SW51+ and having to use the headphone jack on the Soekris ...
Enchanted with the "New" British Jazz movement. Mammal Hands being part of that. This is the opening track from their latest:
Yeah, they were good.
They’ve grown and changed a lot in the intervening years, but the Avett Brothers really nailed it with the album Emotionalism. This is another one of those tracks that just talks to me.
The Avett Brothers - Shame
Feauturing The Doors
I listen to a bit of classical, but am generally more into more modern post-classical/post-rock, Olafur Arnalds, Max Richter etc.
But I listen to a classical station in the car and today heard this absolutely breath-taking live concert by the Australian Chamber Orchestra built around Arvo Part's Tabula Rasa. Absoutely sublime.
I can't embedd the audio but you can stream it here.
I’m listening to Jane’s Addiction. Specifically, the album “Nothing’s Shocking.” I’m listening to a CD that was released in 1988.
Denon DCD-1600NE in CD Pure Direct Mode feeding a OG Freya and Rotel RB-1582 MkII. Speakers are Dynaudio Evoke 10 with an SVS SB-1000 subbie for support. Decent system. Non-fatiguing, yet detailed and great sound staging and resolution.
Lazy Sunday. Perfect for some chilled out downtempo.
Kruder & Dorfmeister - The K & D Sessions
"Eruption as a ringtone." Nice. Van Halen it is...
Here's the whole live performance. The second track is nuts. The interviews in between prove the whole group is nuts too, in the best kind of way
Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Label: Warner Bros. Records – 2602-2
Format: CD, Album, Reissue
Released: 19 Apr 1988
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