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Hitting some classic rock anthologies lately. These have all been around for a while. But, I bought them last year as I beefed up my classic rock Sonos library and enjoy listening to the CDs through my main system and w/ my HP rig as well.

 

These are all winners in my book:

 

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Comes in various formats-great introduction to Dyaln-go for the full 3 CD-it's a terrific "must have" Dylan beginning....

 

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And.....weirdly, I often alternate jazz with eclectic genre shifting proggish metal

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and, this new, pretty bizarre collaboration between drone gods SunO))  and experimental artist Scott Walker recently released-Soused....it's really interesting and compelling. To call it metal would be inaccurate in my view...but it is experimental for sure.

 

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Laced is a very wonderful classical album showing Emilie's great Violin skills.

Unlaced is a more neoclassical album where it has more rock industrial elements.

Both are instrumental albums but her other albums all have her singing, usually about very melancholy things....and tea.

 

If you want to expand to some different types of music I would try listening to her.

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I need more music like this 

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Laced is a very wonderful classical album showing Emilie's great Violin skills.

Unlaced is a more neoclassical album where it has more rock industrial elements.

Both are instrumental albums but her other albums all have her singing, usually about very melancholy things....and tea.

 

If you want to expand to some different types of music I would try listening to her.


She's awesome!

 

I'd recommend Enchant for anyone wanting to ease their way into her music. It is the most accessible of her works.

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"Smooth Operator" (Sade, "Diamond Life")

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I need more music like this 

Try maybe Within Temptation I used to listen to them and then I found Nightwish a bit later give a similar feel

 

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She's awesome!

 

I'd recommend Enchant for anyone wanting to ease their way into her music. It is the most accessible of her works.

 

Yeah Enchant will be great for first time listeners, Opheliac and beyond might be a little too dark for most people's taste.

 

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DSD64 via the Geek Pulse DAC/Amp

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vbr AAC on a cheap 2.1 set-up.

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Counting Crows - August and Everything After (SACD)

 

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