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    Hi Folks

    Bit of noob on this forum although have been reading for many years. Would any of you fine folk be able to point me in the direction of spotify playlists that people have posted. Somebody on the AV forum said there were loads but I am damned if I can find them

    Happy to post a link to a few of mine in the appropriate thread etc.

    Many thanks

    Gingerbeard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingerbeard View Post
    Hi Folks

    Bit of noob on this forum although have been reading for many years. Would any of you fine folk be able to point me in the direction of spotify playlists that people have posted. Somebody on the AV forum said there were loads but I am damned if I can find them

    Happy to post a link to a few of mine in the appropriate thread etc.

    Many thanks

    Gingerbeard
    Well, I don't think there's "loads" and they haven't been updated in years, but there are a few from the link in my signature Paul.
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    Other Spotify members can share their playlists with you if they so choose.

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    Thanks Alex

    I'll take a look and have a listen. There must be thousands of playlists on Spotify from forum members so it always amazes me why many are reluctant to post or just can't be bothered. It is such a great way of discovering new music

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    What genres do you like listening to at the moment ?


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    Hello Paul. Welcome to AOS.

    Hope you find what you're looking for.

    Why not tell us what music you like and what equipment you use in your Hi-Fi system?


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    Howdy! Welcome to AOS.

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    Once you have recently okay end songs Spotify makes lists of songs you might like, link from those to others. Found loads of new music that way. I find other people have weird taste in music. Maybe mine is weird too but I don't see it that way obviously
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    Hi Guys

    Music wise I enjoy listening to Soul, Electronica / chillout / ambient, a lot of acoustic folk and rock. I also listen to some classical but am not very knowledgable on this genre and am starting to get into blues. My tastes are very varied and I listen to a lot every day, as much as I can fit in, but really enjoy discovering new music

    System wise, I predonimently have a Teddy Pardo system MB100 amps, DAC, Pre-Amp, power supply, CD player is a TASCAM CD-RW700 and an Auralic Aries mini for streaming via my iPAD and high-res flac files. Speakers are Harbeth P3SRs on HiFi rack stand mounts

    The CD player gives a far better playback experience than the streaming but to be honest I prefer analogue over anything else just can't afford to shellout on the vinyl and regret not buying much more when I was younger

    Here is a link to one of my playlists, which is mainly folk, indie, acoustic type stuff

    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4j...Q6KGCVujJrjUxQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Well, I don't think there's "loads" and they haven't been updated in years, but there are a few from the link in my signature Paul.
    Hey Alex, thanks for this. looks like there is plenty to discover in those playlists! :-)

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