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Paganini, Talking Heads and Brian Eno

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If they have any of Nicolo Paganini's Violin Concertos on Vinyl, that would be a treat.
Lots of Paganini on Vinyl and CD (Deutsche Grammophon)

Remain in the Light: Talking heads with Eno on CD
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DJ Shadow - Endtroducing
Boston - Boston
Van Halen 1
Van Halen - Women and Children First
Don McLean - American Pie
George Thorogood - Bad To The Bone
Whitesnake - Whitesnake
Meat Loaf - Bat Out Of Hell
Metallica - Ride The Lightening
Wings - Greatest
ACDC - Back In Black
Deep Purple - Machine Head
Nazareth - Greatest Hits
Zepplin 1 & 4
Ventures - Ventures
Beach Boys - Spirit of America

That's what I'm bringing on vinyl, can anyone tell what kind of music I listen to on vinyl?
post #408 of 495
Mostly Rock/Metal ?!
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Yes, but only the classics!
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I have a couple boxes of vinyl in my garage. I used to buy the album, tape it onto cassette then never play the album again Led Zep, Pink Floyd, Hendrix, Supertramp, Elton John, Dobbie Brothers, etc..

I'll see if I can find the boxes (my garage is stuffed!). Not sure how much I want to lug to the meet though...
post #411 of 495
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Any requests?
Boccherini, Luigi - Concerti per violoncello
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Requiem K626 in D minor (conducted by Christopher Hogwood w/ Academy of Ancient Music)
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Symphonies no. 40 K. 550 Symphonies no. 41 K. 551 "Jupiter" (conducted by Trevor Pinnock w/ English Concert)
Bach, Johann Sebastian - Mass in B minor (conducted by John Eliot Gardiner w/ Mendelssohn Choir and English Baroque Soloists)

Err... okay okay, I'm starting to get greedy here, but I think I could spend a week in their listening room.
post #412 of 495
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Lots of Paganini on Vinyl and CD (Deutsche Grammophon)
Excellent. I have 1 and 3 on CD, so if we could get that on vinyl it would be great for comparisons. It was one of the first pieces I heard with my K340's and brought me to tears. Beautiful stuff.
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Remain in the Light: Talking heads with Eno on CD
I've got Remain in Light on CD and will likely be bringing it myself, so no need.

Micah - You've got Endtroducing on vinyl!? I will definitely be borrowing that at some point during the meet.
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Morning everyone! We are officially CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION, as we have hit the maximum number of people for the space.

If anyone is not able to make it for any reason, PM ME RIGHT AWAY.

Thanks for everyone's help - this should turn out to be a fantastic meet!

[EDIT] I don't know if there will be any other photographers at the meet, but I will be bringing my new Canon 30D so please do be sure to eat lots of flattering snacks like broccoli and poppy seeds and in turn, I'll be sure to capture lots of toothy grins!
post #414 of 495
I was just talking with my wife last night and now she's thinking about coming again... but she said that if she comes she'll bring our Canon Digital Rebal XTi
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I don't think anybody mentioned this, but starting friday Toronto is having their SummerLicious Restaurants event offering $15-$20 lunches and $25-$35 dinners at places that would usually cost $50+ per person.

I think reservation is necessary for most places.

We are also lucky enough to be just a block away from 3 nice places (Rosedale Diner, Thai Magic and Lakes Restaurant), 2 of which are offering a lunch.

For those that are planning to eat out after the meet, I highly recommend checking out the site and making reservations. I'll be trying to reserve at least 10 restaurants for the next 2 weeks to try everything
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Boccherini, Luigi - Concerti per violoncello
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Requiem K626 in D minor (conducted by Christopher Hogwood w/ Academy of Ancient Music)
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - Symphonies no. 40 K. 550 Symphonies no. 41 K. 551 "Jupiter" (conducted by Trevor Pinnock w/ English Concert)
Bach, Johann Sebastian - Mass in B minor (conducted by John Eliot Gardiner w/ Mendelssohn Choir and English Baroque Soloists)
I found copies of all selections but some in CD and some in Vinyl with different conductors.(Some CDs at different libraries) I wasn't as thorough as you might want to be though so we'll look Saturday.
post #417 of 495
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I found copies of all selections but some in CD and some in Vinyl with different conductors.(Some CDs at different libraries) I wasn't as thorough as you might want to be though so we'll look Saturday.
Ah, you're right. I got so excited that the first two I searched up were at the right library I didn't look closely enough at the others. Well, I can try searching more stuff later tonight. They'll have no shortage of things I want to hear!
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Pristine Floyd on Vinyl!?

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I have a couple boxes of vinyl in my garage. I used to buy the album, tape it onto cassette then never play the album again Led Zep, Pink Floyd, Hendrix, Supertramp, Elton John, Dobbie Brothers, etc..

I'll see if I can find the boxes (my garage is stuffed!). Not sure how much I want to lug to the meet though...
If it's not too much trouble to find a few it would be great! Thanks, Tony
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Glad you found them

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Ah, you're right. I got so excited that the first two I searched up were at the right library I didn't look closely enough at the others. Well, I can try searching more stuff later tonight. They'll have no shortage of things I want to hear!
It sounded like you were familiar with the library system here.

If you could write down the call numbers (i.e. phono cd #) of the ones you want and find it will make accessing them on Saturday quick and easy.

Thanks, Tony
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Hey Philodox!

[QUOTE=philodox;3091943]Excellent. I have 1 and 3 on CD, so if we could get that on vinyl it would be great for comparisons. It was one of the first pieces I heard with my K340's and brought me to tears. Beautiful stuff.

I found a 5LP set of Paganini "The Violin Concertos" call# Phono LP 6909! (Hope no-one's listening to it!)
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