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The two are quite complimentary. Love to hear others opinions of them.

And now I just found out they have another CD call "Reflection" ohh boy ohh boy...

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And now I just found out they have another CD call "Reflection" ohh boy ohh boy...


It never ends:eek:

 

Good new is Disks are cheaper than headphones!:bigsmile_face:

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"Untold" Azurium 

 

and now

 

 which is long due an airing


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Listening to a local metal band, Sacred Dimension.

 

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Matthew LockeCurtain Tune in C majorSuite in G minor; Suite of Brawles in B flat
Matthew Lock & Robert Smithincidental music to 'The Tempest'
The Parley of Instruments Renaissance Violin Band/Peter Holman

 

 

J. C. BachSextet in C major for oboe, 2 horns, violin, cello and keyboard
The English Concert

 

 

Alexander ZemlinskyString Quartet No. 3, Op. 19 (1924)
Escher String Quartet

 

 

Music of the later Middle Ages for Court and Church

Gothic Voices/Christopher Page

 

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Trinity Session 

[ 1988 ]

Cowboy Junkies

 

Recorded live at Toronto, Ontario'sChurch of the Holy Trinity on 27 November 1987,

with the band circled around a single microphone.

– it is stated on the album cover that the recording was made on 2-track RDAT using one single Calrec Ambisonic Microphone.

Peter Moore was enlisted and suggested the Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto for its natural reverb. To better persuade the officials of the historic church, the band claimed to be The Timmins Family Singers and said they were recording a Christmas special for radio. The session began on the morning of 27 November 1987. The group first recorded the songs with the fewest instruments and then the songs with gradually more complex arrangements. In this way Moore and the band were able to solve acoustic problems one by one. To better balance Margo Timmins's vocals against the electric guitars and drums, she was recorded through a PA system that had been left behind by a previous group. By making subtle changes in volume and placement relative to the microphone over six hours, Moore and the band had finally reached the distinctive sound of the album by the time the last of the guest musicians arrived at the church.

The band was unable to rehearse with most of the guest musicians before the day of the session. Considering the method of recording and time constraints, this could have been disastrous for the numbers which required seven or more musicians, but after paying a security guard twenty-five dollars for an extra two hours, the band was able to finish, and even recorded the final song of the session, "Misguided Angel", in a single take.

Contrary to popular myth, the album was not entirely recorded in one day. In the hustle of the first recording session, the band forgot to record "Mining for Gold". Margo and Moore recorded the song a few days later during the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's lunch break.

Sleeve notes state that the recording was not mixed, overdubbed or edited in any way.

 

"Blue Moon Revisited (Song For Elvis)"

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