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post #2911 of 3547

Alison Krauss: When you say nothing at All. Beautiful female vocals and great great. 

post #2912 of 3547

Anything Norah Jones or Diana Krall makes my set up sing. 

post #2913 of 3547

There are some lesser known recordings by Norah Jones that sound great also. One is with the Peter Malik Group. Then there is also Little Broken Hearts. 

post #2914 of 3547
Motherboard - Daft Punk sounds great on my HD650
post #2915 of 3547

Oh definitely. biggrin.gif +1

post #2916 of 3547
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

There are some lesser known recordings by Norah Jones that sound great also. One is with the Peter Malik Group. Then there is also Little Broken Hearts. 

 

I think I've heard most of what Norah Jones has recorded. A lot of audiophiles seem to prefer her earlier pseudo jazz recordings and such.

 

I've heard her albums. I've heard the Peter Malik Group stuff. I've heard the "Covers" album which is awesome just because she covers Tom freakin' Waits.

 

Her work on the Danger Mouse and Daniel Luppi album "Rome" is killer.

 

I agree though, her best work is "Little Broken Hearts."

 

Screw that audiophile crap. She branched out with "Little Broken Hearts" and got her own freakin' band, and I think that's her best solo record. Give the girl some credit. She running away from that pseudo jazz crap as fast as she can, and rightly 

so... biggrin.gif

 

Of course, she does acknowledge that fake jazz stuff is her original roots and she will return to it from time-to-time, but she's a woman with a new direction, and it's a much better direction. 


Edited by StratocasterMan - 6/19/13 at 7:39pm
post #2917 of 3547
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

There are some lesser known recordings by Norah Jones that sound great also. One is with the Peter Malik Group. Then there is also Little Broken Hearts. 

 

I think I've heard most of what Norah Jones has recorded. A lot of audiophiles seem to prefer her earlier pseudo jazz recordings and such.

 

I've heard her albums. I've heard the Peter Malik Group stuff. I've heard the "Covers" album which is awesome just because she covers Tom freakin' Waits.

 

Her work on the Danger Mouse and Daniel Luppi album "Rome" is killer.

 

I agree though, her best work is "Little Broken Hearts."

 

Screw that audiophile crap. She branched out with "Little Broken Hearts" and got her own freakin' band, and I think that's her best solo record. Give the girl some credit. She running away from that pseudo jazz crap as fast as she can, and rightly 

so... biggrin.gif

 

Of course, she does acknowledge that fake jazz stuff is her original roots and she will return to it from time-to-time, but she's a woman with a new direction, and it's a much better direction. 

 

Couldn't agree with you more! Her first album is legendary and got me through a lot of rough times, her voice always got me calm down when I felt like jumping through a window (not literally but you know what I mean) but from a overall album Little Broken Hearts is amazing top to bottom with hit after hit. People that don't like her sound don't have to listen to it. Just listen to her first two albums and go about your business and stop hating. 

 

Great now I'm irritated again... Where did I put "Come away with me"... 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

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post #2918 of 3547
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Motherboard - Daft Punk sounds great on my HD650

 

+2 

 

Here here to that!! Just got a e10 because I just had to try it with all I've heard... And the HD650/E10 pairing is fan-freaking-tastic!! Matches up so well on either gain it pushes them with no problem what so ever. Gotta love the little bass boost feature as well. Much better results than I got from my O2 and HD650. Blah, was not good at all. 

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

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post #2919 of 3547
Richard Groove Holmes -- simply try any of his work; It cooks.

"Super Soul" LP
"Groove's Groove" live
"Soul Message"
"Living Soul"

… to name a few.
post #2920 of 3547

Colin James - TwentyFive Live, give pure joy through the LittleDot to my HD650 beyersmile.png

 

 

post #2921 of 3547
Every once in a while when I have no other option I use my gaming headset (siberia v2 by steel series) I listen to volbeat, the bass and their deep voices goes perfectly together with that headset.
post #2922 of 3547
Every once in a while when I have no other option I use my gaming headset (siberia v2 by steel series) I listen to volbeat, the bass and their deep voices goes perfectly together with that headset.
post #2923 of 3547

Pink Floyd - Have a Cigar (the ending is good for sound stage)
 

post #2924 of 3547
Sitting here listening to Porcupine Tree for the first time......hadn't heard of them until this morning. The Smart Kid and Tinto Brass cuts off their Stupid Dream album sound amazing so far. Anxious to discover more from this group......kinda reminds me of music from the Radiohead Genre.
post #2925 of 3547
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Originally Posted by DemonFox View Post

 

Couldn't agree with you more! Her first album is legendary and got me through a lot of rough times, her voice always got me calm down when I felt like jumping through a window (not literally but you know what I mean) but from a overall album Little Broken Hearts is amazing top to bottom with hit after hit. People that don't like her sound don't have to listen to it. Just listen to her first two albums and go about your business and stop hating. 

 

Great now I'm irritated again... Where did I put "Come away with me"... 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

evil_smiley.gif


I love everything she's recorded but, especially so, "Little Broken Hearts".

 

I love everything Beck has recorded but, especially so, "Sea Change".

 

Artists are at their best when tortured. Discuss.

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