What Are You Listening To Right Now? -New thread, new rules. Please read them.
Jan 22, 2021 at 1:04 PM Post #100,996 of 116,237

Er Gabi

New Head-Fier
Joined
Dec 6, 2020
Posts
5
Likes
8
Location
España
Jazzpaña - Tango
Jacob Collier - It Don't Matter (feat. JoJo)
Ripe - Goon Squad
Labi Siffre - The Vulture
Bruca Manigua (feat. Ibrahim Ferrer) [Live]
Fourplay, El DeBarge - After The Dance (MV)
Mother's Finest - Mickey's Monkey
DIRTY LOOPS - Ta Fête (Stromae cover)
Brenna Whitaker - Black And Gold

Un poco de todo, un desorden, como yo
 
Jan 22, 2021 at 2:48 PM Post #100,998 of 116,237

Roy G. Biv

1000+ Head-Fier
Joined
Sep 30, 2017
Posts
1,412
Likes
9,734
Location
Fort Worth, TX
MA.png


@Les Strat Thanks for the recommendation!
 
Jan 22, 2021 at 4:25 PM Post #101,000 of 116,237

Scuba Devils

Headphoneus Supremus
Joined
Nov 14, 2020
Posts
5,161
Likes
22,746
Location
Ireland
One of my favourite albums of 2020, in the top 5 for sure. I read a comment somewhere describing him as the 'Italian Eno', seems reasonable - certainly a wonderful blend of electronic ambient and traditional instruments, put together beautifully to make both a relaxing and captivating listen.

 
Jan 22, 2021 at 5:35 PM Post #101,003 of 116,237

TooFrank

500+ Head-Fier
Joined
Feb 17, 2017
Posts
865
Likes
1,247
The Oscar Peterson Four - If you could see me now. Pablo records. Released in 1986. Recorded in 1983 In Berkley, Cali. Beautiful sounding recording. Crisp and clear. Peterson is one of my favs in Jazz art.
IMG_19012021_170555_(2000_x_1677_pixel).jpg
Mingus at Antibes Atlantic Records Released in 1976. Recorded on July 13 1960. Lucky Thrift find, although no album art and only 1 disc and no 2 disc. :frowning2: I guess someone already had disc 2 and left the first one. Regardless sounds clear with very few pops. B+ condition.
R-604642-1262499157.jpeg.jpg
DSC_0292.JPG
Judy Garland - Judy. Capital records. Released Oct 10, 1956. Lucky Thrift find. Info below is from a website called the Judy room:
Judy's second album for Capitol was again released in conjunction with a TV special. This time, it was Judy's second TV Special shown live on April 8, 1956 on CBS-TV's "The General Electric Teather". The show ran for 30 minutes and all the songs Judy sang on this special are prepresented on this album. "Judy" peaked at #17 on Billboard's Best Selling Pop Albums chart and was in Top 40 for five weeks.

The 1989 premiere CD release contains a bonus track of "I'm Old Fashioned" recorded on 03-26-1956 was not included in the original album release until the 1989 Captiol CD release.
Arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle. B+ condition. No scratches at all. Minty. Sounds great and Come rain or come shine sounds different than the Sinatra version. I like it. Her voice is fantastic on this LP.
IMG_19012021_153937_(1865_x_2000_pixel).jpg

The V. I. P. Soundtrack featuring music by Miklos Rozsa. MCA records. 1986 vinyl (((promotional))) release. Thrift find. I only got this cause I like the great cover picture of Liz and Richard. I never saw the movie and will now seek it out. This is classical music only and sounds great. Film was released in 1963 and did well at the box office and got mix reviews. B- Clean copy but pops here and there. Wanna frame this.
The_V.I.P.s_film_poster.jpg
_20210119_165450.JPG
I really, really like your setup/photos. I brings back memories.. Many thanks
 
Jan 22, 2021 at 7:22 PM Post #101,010 of 116,237

actorlife

Headphoneus Supremus
Joined
Feb 10, 2004
Posts
2,185
Likes
1,197
Location
Nowhere I wanna be...
I really, really like your setup/photos. I brings back memories.. Many thanks
Thank you Too Frank I really appreciate your words. 🙏👍🎶

From two days ago...
Nelson Ned - Si la flores pudieran hablar(If the flowers could talk) United Artists Latino. Released in 1971. All song written by Nelson Ned. Born in Brazil and a big star in Latin music in the 1970s. He had ton of hits. More of balad singer. I had a 2 disc greatest hits, but need to rebuy it. Top sounding production. C+ VINYL. Rip sir.
_20210120_184913.JPG

_20210120_185350.JPG


Jim Reeves(with Anita Kerr singers) - A touch of velvet. RCA Victor in Stereo. 1962 release. One of two Thrift store find. Produced by Chet Atkins and Anita Kerr. Recorded in Nashville, TN. Condition B-. He covers Elvis song There is always me and Patsy Clines I fall to pieces. Knew him cause my family played his vinyl greatest hits as a kid. He had a smoothness in his voice that was distinctive. Great production. Good bass on this record. Welcome to my world was a hit for him and included on this LP.
_20210120_164916.JPG
 

Users who are viewing this thread

Top