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post #16 of 215
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Originally Posted by VicAjax
wow, man. you just reached into that dark, mildewy corner of my memory and pulled out a gem. i haven't listened to the klezmatics in forever, and i never knew that this album had such good SQ. i'm going to have to dig it up, if i still have it... thanks!
heh, more than happy to help you rediscover a great group. i never thought that the album was all that well recorded either until i put it into a decent CD player and really listened. the sound quality, at least in terms of David Krakauer's clarinet playing, is spot on to how it sounds live.
post #17 of 215
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Originally Posted by EdipisReks
heh, more than happy to help you rediscover a great group. i never thought that the album was all that well recorded either until i put it into a decent CD player and really listened. the sound quality, at least in terms of David Krakauer's clarinet playing, is spot on to how it sounds live.
have you listened to john zorn's masada combos? Nothing that great about the SQ, until you get to the chamber ensemble album Bar Kokhba.
post #18 of 215
Eric Johnson- Venus Isle
Dreamtheater- Live at Budokan, IMHO the most incredible Mesa Boogie overdrive tones captured on tape.
Queensryche- Empire, incredible spatial image and instrument separation. GREAT drum tracks IMHO.
Van Halen- First album, IMHO the most incredible Marshall overdrive tones captured on tape.
Eagles- Millineum concert
John Fogerty- Live Premonition, IMHO the second most incredible Marshall overdrive tones captured on tape.

Ive also been really impressed with some Lyle Lovett and Tuck & patty recordings.

Garrett
post #19 of 215
i've heard Masada, but i haven't heard that album. i'll check it out, thanks!
post #20 of 215
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Jasper994
Find a copy of the Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Original Master Recording Gold Disc version, you'll uderstand what all the fuss is about.
Never heard the gold disc version (man those are expensive), but I think the SACD version is one of the best recorded albums i've heard.
post #21 of 215
Mark O'conner - Nashville Cats - Absolutley stunning musicianship and a pristine recording. I use it as my reference CD.

Diana Krall - Live in Paris
post #22 of 215
Brian Wilson - Smile
Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
My recording of Gov't Mule Live at Tradewinds, August 2000
My recording of Cowboy Junkies - June 29, 01 from the Keswick Theater
post #23 of 215
Thread Starter 
Wow, i'm listening to the sin city soundtrack and it is by far one of the best soundtracks i've heard in a long time. Production qaulity is great too.
post #24 of 215
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Originally Posted by PsychoZX
Wow, i'm listening to the sin city soundtrack and it is by far one of the best soundtracks i've heard in a long time. Production qaulity is great too.

Is your avatar from Cowboy Bebop?
post #25 of 215
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Originally Posted by Sleestack
Is your avatar from Cowboy Bebop?
Yup. Cowboy bebop the movie also has great soundtrack also. I don't know If I like it better than the sin city soundtrack though.
post #26 of 215
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Originally Posted by PsychoZX
Yup. Cowboy bebop the movie also has great soundtrack also. I don't know If I like it better than the sin city soundtrack though.

Gotta love the Cowboy Bepop opening theme. Great series.
post #27 of 215
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Originally Posted by PsychoZX
Wow, i'm listening to the sin city soundtrack and it is by far one of the best soundtracks i've heard in a long time. Production qaulity is great too.
I think I'm going to go see SIN CITY tonight.
post #28 of 215
The Crystal Method - Tweekend

Crystal-clear production on all fronts. Digital music at its best.
post #29 of 215
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Originally Posted by Jasper994
Find a copy of the Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Original Master Recording Gold Disc version, you'll uderstand what all the fuss is about.
Ah god! I've got a very well kept Mobile Fidelity Gold Disk of DSotM ( my dad's ) but alas! no record players in the house are set up at the moment. I'm waiting till things cool down as far as school goes and then setting one up immediately. The wait is killing me
post #30 of 215
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
Elvis Costello - Imperial Bedroom
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Diana Krall - Live in Paris
Roxy Music - Avalon
Alison Krauss - Live
Chris Isaak - Forever Blue
Chet Baker - Chet
Ben Webster/Oscar Peterson - Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson
Dave Matthews Band - Crash


That's a good start...
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