Ironically my HT audio system is better playing music than any 2 channel rig I've ever owned. I'm using all Cary Audio gear (Cinema 6, Cinema 5 and DVD-6). Even though it's solid state it sounds quite tube-like to me. Just incredible sounding, and HT sounds magic as well.
I actually wake up early now just to have time listening to music before the day starts (everyone wants to watch movies at night). Here's what I'm listening to at the moment:
"Miles Davis - The Cellar Door Sessions" - This is a full 6 disc box set of the complete 5 nights that spawned LIVE-EVIL (my all time favorite MD disc). It's really some of his trippiest most futuristic stuff with Keith Jarrett, John Mclaughlin, Mike Henderson, Miles, et all. Sure much of it sounds similar, but its so good I'd take another 10 discs worth.
Bach Unaccompanied Cello - Whipplesway. The unaccompanied Cello pieces always seemed like a bore compared to the violin, even though I've had good recordings of Cassals, Yo-Yo Ma etc. Whipplesway is just an incredible artist and actually brings these to live in a really thrilling way. One of the new classical artists I'm most excited about, and my favorite Cellist by a long shot.
Silvertide - "Ain't Coming Home". Blistering good ole fashioned rock n roll. Reminds me of a harder rocking Jet. Really good stuff.
Skinny Puppy - "The Greater Wrong of the Right". Finally a return to form of the great Canadian industrial band. I haven't even gotten around to the DVD yet, but it's some of their best stuff since 91's "Last Rights". Slicker and dancier than classics like "Vivisect IV" but still a return to form.