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post #106 of 193

Many recordings on the ECM label such as Tord Gustaven Trio, Tomasz Stanko Quartet and Misha Alperin.

post #107 of 193

I've got a live CD of a B.B. King performance in Japan.  I think it may have been a promo CD or something, but on my modest setup it sounds incredible.

BB King and Sons

post #108 of 193
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Katie Melua - Piece by Piece and her debut album - Call off the search.



I second that.

post #109 of 193

Anyone who can even tolerate electronic music needs to listen to infected mushroom. If they've been mentioned before, my bad.

Couple of my favorites are:
"Heavyweight" from Vicious Delicious

"Project 100" - Black Shawarma

"Blink" - Converting Vegetarians

"Sa'eed" - Black Shawarma

But honestly, the discography is < 4gbs in flac, and every single song they put out is excellent.


Also, can't forget Amon Tobin or Shpongle.

post #110 of 193

Might just be my love for the album, but: Classics by Ratatat

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No matter how i listen to it, it sounds good.

post #111 of 193

Just want to quote this as a x2, especially concerning "Heavyweight" by IM and every last bit of Shpongle. I've been listening to Lateralus by Tool on LP and I have to say the dynamic range and musicality of this album are amazing.
 

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Anyone who can even tolerate electronic music needs to listen to infected mushroom. If they've been mentioned before, my bad.

Couple of my favorites are:
"Heavyweight" from Vicious Delicious

"Project 100" - Black Shawarma

"Blink" - Converting Vegetarians

"Sa'eed" - Black Shawarma

But honestly, the discography is < 4gbs in flac, and every single song they put out is excellent.


Also, can't forget Amon Tobin or Shpongle.



 

post #112 of 193

Definitely not.
 

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The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ('09 remaster)

Radiohead - OK Computer

Muse - Absolution; Black Holes and Revelations

Chris Cornell - Euphoria Morning

Fleetwood Mac - Rumors

Beach Boys - Pet Sounds



 

post #113 of 193

^ This guy kicks ass.

Tool and Infected Mushroom are my favorite bands of all time. Heavyweight is my favorite SONG of all time.

10,000 days is also a must-listen for me. Especially Vicarious, Right in Two, and the title track.

Seriously, the drums in Vicarious shouldn't even be possible.

 

post #114 of 193

Alan Taylor - Color to the Moon, great recording.

post #115 of 193

At the top of my list:

 

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post #116 of 193
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Alan Taylor - Color to the Moon, great recording.



+1 for Stockfisch Records top grade audiophile recording.

 

From Chesky Records, any Sara K album, especially No Cover I enjoy very much.

post #117 of 193

The Music of America: Wynton Marsalis 

 

Its a classic :)

post #118 of 193

Doug MacLeod: There's a Time

 

The whole album is wonderfully recorded. Check out Black Nights, track 2, for some incredibly textured bass. Oh dat bass!!

post #119 of 193

Nils Lofgren - Acoustic Live

Frank Zappa - Live at the Roxy and Elsewhere

Crosby, Stills, and Nash - Self-titled (from '77, first record w/o Neil Young)

post #120 of 193

Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky  &  I Robot

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