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Rodrigo y Gabriela

Ottmar Liebert - Up Close "Binaural Recording"

Jake Shimabukuro - Grand Ukulele

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Currently got Miles Davis 'In A Silent Way' on. I've heard this album countless times before but I don't think I heard Dave Hollands bass in quite the same way that my SR325 presents it.

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Was listening to 'Future Days' by Can yesterday on my 325is, sounded spectacular basshead.gif

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Nickel Creek on the 325is is amazing. I'm not a big bluegrass fan, but their recordings and the detail of the 325is make for quite an experience with pure, acoustic recordings.

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Marantz's High-end Audiophile Test Demo SACD - 15th Edition sounds great with Grado's. I bought it for my home theater use but when I was browsing the album's booklet, I read that the 225i's were used in recording the album. So, I tried listening to it with my Grado's and it sounds fantastic! I highly recommend it especially to those who want great tracks to demo their Grado's (also your stereo and home theater systems) to friends and family.

 

You can find the track list here.

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Clanad (Greatest Hits) and (In a Lifetime Best of) Rush (Presto) (Roll the Bones) Kevin
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After seeing and reading through this thread I decided (because I have a number of their albums) to listen to all of my Led Zeppelin collection again. Wow, I don't know if its my new amp or my new SR325is phones but I have never heard them sound any where near this good before...just fantastic!!  These are all the original versions, makes me want to get some remastered versions of my favorites just to see if they are even better.

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Was listening to 'Future Days' by Can yesterday on my 325is, sounded spectacular basshead.gif

I was listening to Tago Mago by Can on my PS500's the other week. Jaki Leibezeit's drums are amazing on that album and the PS500 is a great headphone for percussion.
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I was listening to Tago Mago by Can on my PS500's the other week. Jaki Leibezeit's drums are amazing on that album and the PS500 is a great headphone for percussion.

Great, great album ... Leibezeit is the best drummer no-one's ever heard of smily_headphones1.gif
post #266 of 273

I have just recently bought all of the remastered Cheap Trick cd's that I could find off of e-bay.

 

I must say that the very first Cheap Trick cd is what rock legends are made from!!!!

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I just want to point out that the new Mazzy Star LP (Seasons of Your Day) sounds fantastic on my 325is pair. :o2smile:

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I love all Rock on Grado's but....I love Grados for what they do for:

 

Radiohead-Ok Computer 

Jimi Hendrix-all

The Cake-Comfort Eagle 

Led Zeppelin (I thru IV)

Elton John (early recordings)

Niel Young & Crazy Horse (all) 


Edited by sling5s - 9/24/13 at 9:45pm
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Trigun: First Donuts

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If you like that - try getting her "Live From The Royal Albert Hall" album (CD & DVD).  I hardly listen to 21 any more.  She is magnificent live.

 

I couldn't agree more. The thing about this recording is it is such a true performance. She is out there on that stage, a bit nervous, a bit hoarse, and singing her heart out. Wonderful listen!

 

Jethro Tull - Aqualung

I won't gush about Paper Airplane, thats been done

Rickie Lee Jones - Traffic From Paradise

Cara Dilon - Live at the Grand Opera House

Lyle Lovett - Joshua Judges Ruth

George Harrison - All Things Must Pass

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