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Thread: Spinning Today - What Are You Listening To Right Now? (Part 3)

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    Deep Purple "Come Taste the Band" 35th Anniversary Edition on CD.

    I started getting into the original version of this album a few weeks back, having previously been a stalwart Deep Purple Mk II line-up fan. Sorry for being so late to the party but the Kevin Shirley remix is a real WOW ! - each of the drums, bass, guitar, keyboards and vocals is so much clearer and more upfront. I'm normally sceptical of the value of all this remastering, remixing and re-releasing gubbins but CD2 of this set is top notch.

    Pete

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    Late night Peggy Lee double bill...


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    Almost like an unmelancholy Morrissey, like it

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    If Wanda Jackson were in her prime and still making Rockabilly records, they might sound like this woman...

    "...one door shuts and then another closes"

    - Ian Dury

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    Quote Originally Posted by m10 View Post
    Late night Peggy Lee double bill...


    Love Peggy Lee. . Her recording of 'The Folks Who Live On Hill' is one of my all time favourite songs. Thanks Dad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mika K View Post
    Very fine choice Mika. Will give that a spin, not played for a long time.

    Cheers

    Loz

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    Stumbled upon this in my collection, which I haven't heard in years and it is absolutely delicious:

    ..so i'm going to follow it up with this - some more sax and vibes fun (this time with Gay Burton as part of Getz's quartet):

    Technics SL1210 MkII / SME 309 / Timestep PSU / Achromat / Denon DL-304
    Phono stage TBC
    Lossless / MP3 / Tidal > Roon > Raspberry Pi > Meridian Explorer 2
    Marantz UD7007 SACD/Blu-ray/DVD-V/DVD-A
    Toshiba BDX1200 Blu-ray player (Zone A & Region 1)
    Meridian 502 pre-amp for stereo sources
    Stereo power amp TBC
    Yamaha RX-V1067 for centre, surrounds
    B&W 804S stereo, HTM4S centre, CDMSNT surrounds (5.0)
    Sennheiser HD 700 headphones
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    Quote Originally Posted by HackneyRF View Post
    Love Peggy Lee. . Her recording of 'The Folks Who Live On Hill' is one of my all time favourite songs. Thanks Dad.
    My Dad was a big Dean Martin fan, and I'm pretty sure that the first Peggy Lee track that I heard was her duet with Dean from 1948 'You Was' on an LP called 'Nat, Dean and Friends'. Still a favourite.

    Technics SL1210 MkII / SME 309 / Timestep PSU / Achromat / Denon DL-304
    Phono stage TBC
    Lossless / MP3 / Tidal > Roon > Raspberry Pi > Meridian Explorer 2
    Marantz UD7007 SACD/Blu-ray/DVD-V/DVD-A
    Toshiba BDX1200 Blu-ray player (Zone A & Region 1)
    Meridian 502 pre-amp for stereo sources
    Stereo power amp TBC
    Yamaha RX-V1067 for centre, surrounds
    B&W 804S stereo, HTM4S centre, CDMSNT surrounds (5.0)
    Sennheiser HD 700 headphones
    Panasonic PT-AT6000 projector

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    The Specials - The Specials
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    2 Tone Records
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    Quad 34 Pre Amp FM 4 Tuner & 303 Power Amp & Pioneer PDS 703 Modded & Celestion Ditton 15 Speakers - Turntable Yet Decided on...

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    Phish - Junta

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    One of these days... I'm going to cut you into little pieces.

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