To kick off this month’s thread is a live album, with very good RQ/SQ, which I find really enjoyable.
It is available on Spotify and, as I understand it, Tidal (I’m no longer a subscriber).
It doesn’t seem to be available on Qobuz.
I have been trying for several months to buy the CD (or find a download), but it was out of stock on every website that I tried…
It is back in stock at United Sounds Records
This is my favourite recording of a ‘classic’ work
This is another favourite that I dug up from my library.
For a 1969 recording, the SQ (24/176.4 kHz download) is remarkably good, IMO.
How to describe? A Sylvian / Scott Walker mash-up with Eivind Aarset on guitar effects. Mesmerising stuff.
Will have to check that out.
Your mention of Sylvian prompted me to listen to this again…
The more I listen to this, the more I like it…
Very nice music and now Qobuz Hi-Res
This is one of a batch of CD’s (Discogs purchases) that arrived today.
It’s the US version which includes 4 bonus tracks, including ‘Oh Well (Parts 1 & 2)’, which are my favourite tracks from the early Fleetwood Mac era…
Over half a century later, the opening of one of the great summer pop songs still gives me goosebumps. Not all of the song lives up to the thrill of those riffs, but it’s all fun.
That track really is a timeless ‘classic’ pop song.
It makes me smile, and sing along, every time I hear it!
Very good stuff. When Mary and I saw Mick Fleetwood in Napa a couple of years ago, his band played all this stuff. Oh Well and Black Magic Woman were performed superbly.
Staying with vintage summer.
I bet that was a wonderful experience.
I’m also staying with vintage, but not exactly summer…
I’ve just added these 5 albums (from yesterday’s Discogs delivery) to my play queue;
Moody’s EGBDF was the first album I bought, aged 15.
My first album (purchased with my pocket money) was, aged 11, when GBYBR was released…
Another Discogs delivery, so I’m having a ‘Talking Heads’ session…