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post #226 of 232

I have several albums on my "near perfect" list:

 

1. Muddy Waters: Folk Singer

 

2. Cowboy Junkies: Trinity Revisited

 

3. Alison Krauss: Forget About It

 

4. Miles Davis: Kind of Blue 24/96

 

5. Jill Barber: Mischievous Moon

 

And many more...

post #227 of 232
For me the list is like this:

Everything Steven Wilson

Dream Theater- Black Clouds and Silver Linings

Animals As Leader- Self Titled

Ocean- Pelagial

Orbs- Asleep Next To Science

Between The Buried and Me- Colors

Best,

Andre
post #228 of 232

What a great thread.  Paying attention to music and recordings is far more productive than obsessing over equipment!

 

My first entries, in no particular order:

 

1) Master of Reality- self titled.  This is a fairly little-known band whose second album actually had Ginger Baker on drums.  But this is one of the best Redbook CD's that I own, and "Kill the King" is one of my references for depth and detail.  Excellent Texas blues/rock.

 

2) King Crimson- Lizard. The Steven Wilson re-master is brilliant, taking a so-so album and turning it in to a masterpiece.  All of the Crimso remasters are outstanding, but this one is mind-blowing in how it turned out.  I would list all of the remasters, but I'm trying to restrain myself.

 

3) Cowboy Junkies- Trinity Session Yes, Trinity Revisited may be technically superior, but the original is stunning in the lack of pretense. 

 

4) Porcupine Tree- In Absentia  Again, I could list them all, but "Trains" is a reference recording for me, both main stereo and headphones.

 

5) Kyuss- Welcome to Sky Valley I'm going on a limb with this one, and it is certainly not an audiophile recording.  But it is as close to a live recording as one can get, and still be in the studio.  There is a ton of depth amidst the distortion, and this is the defining album of the whole Stoner/Doom/Dessert Rock genre.  But one has to REALLY be into down-tuned distortion to 'get it'

 

Thanks for all the suggestions so far.  I hope there are thousands more to come...

post #229 of 232

Tonight this is my top 3.

 

Dave Brubeck; Time out(http://www.hdtracks.com)

Batik; the Old Man and the Sea (http://www.soundliaison.com/)

me'shell ( CD)

post #230 of 232

Oh my, this is so rediculous!!!!  Never heard anything like this.  

 

Paul & Linda McCartney - RAM (1971) [Remaster 2012] {UNLIMITED Edition}

 

post #231 of 232
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Originally Posted by swspiers View Post
 

What a great thread.  Paying attention to music and recordings is far more productive than obsessing over equipment!

 

My first entries, in no particular order:

 

1) Master of Reality- self titled.  This is a fairly little-known band whose second album actually had Ginger Baker on drums.  But this is one of the best Redbook CD's that I own, and "Kill the King" is one of my references for depth and detail.  Excellent Texas blues/rock.

 

2) King Crimson- Lizard. The Steven Wilson re-master is brilliant, taking a so-so album and turning it in to a masterpiece.  All of the Crimso remasters are outstanding, but this one is mind-blowing in how it turned out.  I would list all of the remasters, but I'm trying to restrain myself.

 

3) Cowboy Junkies- Trinity Session Yes, Trinity Revisited may be technically superior, but the original is stunning in the lack of pretense. 

 

4) Porcupine Tree- In Absentia  Again, I could list them all, but "Trains" is a reference recording for me, both main stereo and headphones.

 

5) Kyuss- Welcome to Sky Valley I'm going on a limb with this one, and it is certainly not an audiophile recording.  But it is as close to a live recording as one can get, and still be in the studio.  There is a ton of depth amidst the distortion, and this is the defining album of the whole Stoner/Doom/Dessert Rock genre.  But one has to REALLY be into down-tuned distortion to 'get it'

 

Thanks for all the suggestions so far.  I hope there are thousands more to come...

Nice to see appreciation for Kyuss.  

post #232 of 232
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Originally Posted by swspiers View Post

What a great thread.  Paying attention to music and recordings is far more productive than obsessing over equipment!

Yes, agreed!
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