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Rush

Rush:2112|Hemisphere|Permanent Waves


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New to me.
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Faye Wong 2001 disc 02


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Hawkwind - Doremi Fasol Latido

 

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Music in Italy, 1330-1430
Andreas de FlorentiaJohannes de FlorentiaFrancesco LandiniRichard Loqueville, et. al.
Andrew Lawrence-King, medieval harp
Gothic Voices/Christopher Page

 

 

W. A. MozartString Quartet in D minor, K. 421
Quatuor Mosaïques

 

 

David FelderColeccion Nocturna (1982-83)
Jean Kopperud, clarinet, bass clarinet
James Winn, piano
4-channel tape

 

 

Brian FerneyhoughString Trio (1995)
Ensemble Recherche

 

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Beatles - Come together

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Viktoria Tolstoy & Jacob Karlzon - A Moment of Now

 

If you find yourself thinking, "Tolstoy... Like the writer?", the answer is yes, exactly like the writer. She IS in fact the great-great-granddaughter of Leo Tolstoy. And what a voice she has.

 


 

Thelonious Monk Quartet - Monk's Dream

 

Despite being an avid Monk fan, it's been far too long since I last listened to this particular album. I had forgotten how absolutely brilliant it is!

 


 

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

Tomasz Stańko - Leosia

 

The atmosphere and mood of this disc can be very deceptive. Despite how understated to music can sound on first impression, the interplay between the musicians is so incredible it's like witnessing a miracle take place right before you.

 


 

Iiro Rantala - My History of Jazz

 

This album tied together by Bach's Goldberg Variations is a true joy for a jazz lover such as myself.

 

 

 

The first and third video are live versions of songs that appear on the album. The last one also features Asja Valcic on cello, who does not appear on the album.


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Originally Posted by magiccabbage View Post
 

what is your favorite disc in the collection?


The K387, K421 one

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So: 

 

 

 

:D

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Sinatra at the Sands 

 

1966 Live

 

 Frank Sinatra, accompanied by Count Basie

and his orchestra, conducted and arranged by Quincy Jones

 

 

/ Disregard YouTube title & photo as this recording is

 

"Sinatra at the Sands" 1966 :

 

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Amber Rubarth - Sessions from the 17th Ward - 192/24 binaural+

 

I would recomend it to anybody that has a DAC able to reproduce this resolution.


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