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I've been listening to a lot of Eno lately; all the Ambient series. But I needed a little more energy last night; Talking Heads' Speaking In Tongues. And that lead back to some "rockin'" Eno (and I see someone was listening to Roxy Music's debut recently; will probably spin that tonight!)

Have you listened to the new Coldplay thing yet; Ghost Stories? I'm not a big fan, but it's pretty good.

Oh...and a lot of live Queen; the really excellent Live at the Rainbow...and Hungarian Rhapsody.
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I've been listening to a lot of Eno lately; all the Ambient series. But I needed a little more energy last night; Talking Heads' Speaking In Tongues. And that lead back to some "rockin'" Eno (and I see someone was listening to Roxy Music's debut recently; will probably spin that tonight!)

Have you listened to the new Coldplay thing yet; Ghost Stories? I'm not a big fan, but it's pretty good.

Oh...and a lot of live Queen; the really excellent Live at the Rainbow...and Hungarian Rhapsody.
i am luke warm on Cold Play so no, I have not heard Ghost Stories, I will seek it out now.

i listened to talking heads just yesterday, i did't have time to post it though. Maybe we should spin

My Life in the Bush of Ghosts



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I've been listening to a lot .
with the speakers in your avatar?

Fact?

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is this an album or a show you attended?

what i found about him sounds interesting, can you offer some comment on his music?

thanks
This was a concert in 1974.
I recently purchased this box set.

Michael Nesmith was the headliner.
After the breakup of the Monkees went
solo. He did one of the first Laser Discs
called "Elephant Parts" in the early 80's.
Was a precursor to MTV.

I purchased the set for the John Stewart album.
Growing up with the Kingston Trio in the house
I started collecting his solo work.
This box set of the ZigZag concert was not released
until late 2010.
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This was a concert in 1974.
I recently purchased this box set.

Michael Nesmith was the headliner.
After the breakup of the Monkees went
solo. He did one of the first Laser Discs
called "Elephant Parts" in the early 80's.
Was a precursor to MTV.

I purchased the set for the John Stewart album.
Growing up with the Kingston Trio in the house
I started collecting his solo work.
This box set of the ZigZag concert was not released
until late 2010.
One of my first cars was a TR3

Michael Nesmith's mom invented Liquid Paper, a source of financing for his ventures later...

If you use the insert image feature and paste the url for your pic there it might enlarge them.

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(vinyl, 1977, Portrait Records/CBS Inc.)

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One of my first cars was a TR3

Michael Nesmith's mom invented Liquid Paper, a source of financing for his ventures later...

If you use the insert image feature and paste the url for your pic there it might enlarge them.
My TR4A is now in Norway.
Replaced with a Mazdaspeed MX5 for the last 10 years.

Thank you for the tip on the pics.
Since the forum change posting of pics
has been interesting.
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My TR4A is now in Norway.
Replaced with a Mazdaspeed MX5 for the last 10 years.

Thank you for the tip on the pics.
Since the forum change posting of pics
has been interesting.
You still in touch with your car?! Mine unfortunately died a cruel and unavoidable death waay back in 72, caused by a Plymouth Fury III driven a bit too much down the middle of the street...wish I still had it, that was a fun car.

I miss the easier photo posting of the previous forum software....

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with the speakers in your avatar?

Fact?

new?
Yeah; they're PMC FACT 3s...which I've had for a "while" now (while, being a wholly relative word...when it comes to me and kit ). I kinda have a double dose of gear right now, trying to settle-in on a new configuration.

So that means...PMC FACT 3s, and Aerial Acoustics 6Ts. I just tried two, brand-new Pass amps; couldn't decide between the XA-30.8 and X-150.8...so I tried both (and have now sold the 150.8 ) (and I also have the incumbent ARC DS-450).

And before I try I try a Pass XP-10 pre-amp, to go with the 30.8; I just picked up an Ayre K-5ex MP (and that will duke it out, with my incumbent ARC pre-amp).

So yes...LOTS of listening these days (and not much time to post). Life is hard



Today, I listened to:

Talking Heads' More Songs About Buildings and Food and Remain In Light
James Blake's James Blake
Lauryn Hill's Unplugged 2.0

and tonight, is probably more of the same!
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The album is presented in a form which Paul McCartney considers closer to its original artistic vision: to "get back" to the rock and roll sound of their early years rather than the orchestral overdubs and embellishments which were added by Phil Spector in the production of the final Let It Be album. McCartney in particular was always dissatisfied with the "Wall of Sound" production style of the Phil Spector remixes, especially for his song "The Long and Winding Road", which he believed was ruined by the process. George Harrison gave his approval for the Naked project before he died. McCartney's attitude contrasted with Lennon's from over two decades earlier. In his 1971 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Lennon had defended Spector's work, saying, "He was given the shittiest load of badly recorded **** with a lousy feeling to it ever, and he made something of it... When I heard it, I didn't puke."
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Yeah; they're PMC FACT 3s...which I've had for a "while" now (while, being a wholly relative word...when it comes to me and kit ). I kinda have a double dose of gear right now, trying to settle-in on a new configuration.

So that means...PMC FACT 3s, and Aerial Acoustics 6Ts. I just tried two, brand-new Pass amps; couldn't decide between the XA-30.8 and X-150.8...so I tried both (and have now sold the 150.8 ) (and I also have the incumbent ARC DS-450).

And before I try I try a Pass XP-10 pre-amp, to go with the 30.8; I just picked up an Ayre K-5ex MP (and that will duke it out, with my incumbent ARC pre-amp).

So yes...LOTS of listening these days (and not much time to post). Life is hard



Today, I listened to:

Talking Heads' More Songs About Buildings and Food and Remain In Light
James Blake's James Blake
Lauryn Hill's Unplugged 2.0

and tonight, is probably more of the same!
great set up! glad i asked about your avatar

how is the blake album? i have overgrown and it's very well done.

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The album is presented in a form which Paul McCartney considers closer to its original artistic vision: to "get back" to the rock and roll sound of their early years rather than the orchestral overdubs and embellishments which were added by Phil Spector in the production of the final Let It Be album. McCartney in particular was always dissatisfied with the "Wall of Sound" production style of the Phil Spector remixes, especially for his song "The Long and Winding Road", which he believed was ruined by the process. George Harrison gave his approval for the Naked project before he died. McCartney's attitude contrasted with Lennon's from over two decades earlier. In his 1971 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Lennon had defended Spector's work, saying, "He was given the shittiest load of badly recorded **** with a lousy feeling to it ever, and he made something of it... When I heard it, I didn't puke."

i was never a spector fan and i prefer naked to the original release

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A nice choice. But....I checked with Spek and the Spectrum Analysis shows that there is almost nothing above 20kHz. I guess there was some 44.1/16 bit in there somewhere.
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A nice choice. But....I checked with Spek and the Spectrum Analysis shows that there is almost nothing above 20kHz. I guess there was some 44.1/16 bit in there somewhere.
I dont need sound above 20k... neither do you.

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foobar2000 1.3.2 / Dynamic Range Meter 1.1.1 log date: 2014-11-25 20:08:06 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Analyzed: Tears For Fears / Songs from the Big Chair
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR13 -0.10 dB -16.43 dB 6:40 01-Shout
DR13 -0.10 dB -17.41 dB 6:33 02-The Working Hour
DR13 -0.15 dB -17.99 dB 4:12 03-Everybody Wants to Rule the World
DR13 -0.10 dB -17.99 dB 5:08 04-Mothers Talk
DR14 -0.98 dB -22.53 dB 4:56 05-I Believe
DR12 -0.10 dB -16.74 dB 2:40 06-Broken
DR13 -0.10 dB -16.41 dB 4:54 07-Head Over Heals
DR13 -0.10 dB -18.97 dB 6:59 08-Listen
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Number of tracks: 8
Official DR value: DR13
Samplerate: 96000 Hz
Channels: 6
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 13824 kbps Codec: PCM
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