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Skating Polly, I saw them last month in Manchester.
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I saw Canadian duo The Small Glories on Sunday night, currently touring the UK, lovely people, fine music, a great night.
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Jeff Lorber Fusion, Impact. Here is one title of the album,
Companion.

Edit: Next I listened to this take from Brian Culbertson's Winter Stories - I really like the video - Morning Walk.

Edited by waldo_posth - 03 December 2019 at 23:51
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Recently I got interested in audiophile quality equipment.
I setup a stereo system with a Harman/Kardon 2.1 receiver and a pair of Elac towers.
Really opened up my ears to what it means to hear hi-res audio.

I play hi-res audio from YouTube and also listen to different genres on Spotify/Pandora.

To answer the question, I'm listening to Tom Petty now.
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Tom Petty has a few good tunes for sure.

Currently https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvSgLHWR16o , "pop" or something but not mindless. Apparently they're from New York.

Towers are great! I rather love my RX 6 even if the cats have made a slight hole in one element it's too slight to be noticable by me. When one has animals one has to accept that things will not look too new for long..
Towers are perfect to buy used too, at least herearound. About the only thing they haven't got going for them is significant others and young people of today who are contemplating what "soundbar" to buy for 300USD.

..I hope I can live somewhere in the forest when I'm old and half deaf so that I can properly utilize the volume these things can handle. Not very easy in a flat in house where no one plays music ever.


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Originally posted by Kilkry Kilkry wrote:

Not very easy in a flat in house where no one plays music ever.


+1 on that - I rather surprised my wife the other day when talking about our 'next house ' (after retirement most likely) and she asked me what I'd like in a new home - I responded "a Music Room come study where I can work on images and listen to music the way it should be listened to". With the re-introduction of Vinyl to mainstream music buying I would be hard pressed not to revert to my youth and go back to a largely vinyl based system. I'll be dragging the Dynax 7si out next and buying film...

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Yesterday evening I was really struck listening to one of my favorite playlists as I noticed that the first three songs would nicely fit into a COVID-19 playlist (about contracting the virus, herd immunity and how to get there, social distancing and general style of behavior during pandemics):

1. It can happen to you - Yes
Lyrics of the refrain:
"It can happen to you
It can happen to me
It can happen to everyone eventually"

2. Scarecrow people - XTC
Lyrics of the refrain:
"For we ain't got no brains,
And we ain't got no hearts,
It's just that wild old wind that tears us all apart.
We're the scarecrow people,
Have we got lots in common with you.
And if you don't start living well,
You're all gonna wind up scarecrow people too."

3. Hard to say I'm sorry - Chicago
Lyrics begin with:
"Everybody needs a little time away
I heard her say
From each other"

Anyone join the party?
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