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  • Ghost Culture - self titled from 2015 on Phantasy Sound. One of my fav electro synth pop albums of 2015. the production is wickedly good.

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    • Steven Wilson - Home Invasion
      96/24 5.1 BluRay

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      TAPE: Studer A807, A810; Revox B77 MkII; Tascam BR-20; Technics RS-1700; Pioneer RT-707, RT-909
      VINYL: Pioneer PL-50LII/Benz LP-S MR/ModWright PH 9.0; Denon DP59-L/Dynavector 20xH
      DIGITAL: Bryston SP-3, Marantz NA6006/Pioneer N-50
      SPEAKERS: B&W Nautilus 800, Pioneer DSS-9, Velodyne FSR-15
      AMPS: Cary SLP-05/Sunfire Signature 600, Pioneer SX-1980

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      • There Goes Rhymin' Simon
        Paul Simon
        Always a great listen!
        CBS KC 32280
        Regards,
        Jim

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        • Caravanserai
          Santana
          Very solid LP with the help of great artists including Neal Schon
          Columbia Records KC 31610
          Regards,
          Jim

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          • JCOConnell
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            iconic album cover too

          • Bill Hart
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            Killer record. The longer I'm alive the more I think this and III are among his best.

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                • Skylab
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                  Nice. Haven’t ever see anyone other than me who has heard of Matt Bianco (which as you know is a band, not a person 🤪)

                • Joe Pittman
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                  Yes. Love the energetic Latin-flavored music. Also like the early Basia.

              • Three from Stanley Turrentine, by RVG
                SUGAR, on CTI 1970
                IN MEMORY OF, Blue Note Classic/Liberty recorded 1964, released 1980
                NEW TIME SHUFFLE, Blue Note Classic/Liberty recorded 1967, released 1979
                SOURCE: VINYL - EAT C-Sharp, Soundsmith Paua mkII
                DIGITAL - Auralic Vega G2 DAC. Bluesound Node 2i streamer
                PHONOSTAGE: AudioNet PAM G2 with AudioNet EPX power supply. EAT E Glo Petit & EAT LPS power supply (EAT phono for sale)
                PREAMP: Audionet PRE G2.
                AMPLIFIER: Audionet MAX monoblocks.
                SPEAKERS: YG Acoustics Anat III Signatures (upgraded to Sonja 1.2) SVS SB-4000 subwoofers (x2)
                CABLES: Kubala-Sosna.....Audio Desk Systeme RCM, Adona Rack, GIK room treatment

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                • Phil Upchurch
                  Self Titled
                  Great music with a great cast!
                  Marlin Records Marlin 2209
                  Regards,
                  Jim

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                  • Cats on the Coast
                    Sea Level
                    Jazz/Blues fusion off shoot of The Allman Brothers Band. Some Great stuff on this LP!
                    Capricorn Records CPN 0198
                    Regards,
                    Jim

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                    • JCOConnell
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                      Odd photo, the band is lit by solid clear sunlight, but there
                      is a dark storm off on the left side of the photo in the distance...

                  • CBS Half Speed Mastered 33 LP - Carmina Burana, Orff, Conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas

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                    • Alone Together
                      Dave Mason
                      A trip down Memory lane, but a very worthy ride!
                      Blue Thumb Records BTS-19
                      Regards,
                      Jim

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                      • Rob
                        Rob commented
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                        sublime. the MCA heavy vinyl is...like a gift

                    • Energy
                      Fourplay
                      A great SACD offering by Fourplay. Excellence as always!
                      Heads Up HUSA 9146
                      Regards,
                      Jim

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                      • Glen Campbell - Sings For the King. released after sitting in the vaults for over 50 years. amazing back story to this. Its fabulous!!

                        Between 1965 and 1968 Campbell recorded 20 demos at night with songwriters Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne, who hold the record for writing 57 songs for Presley. They improved their hopes of having their songs recorded by Presley – and his notorious manager Colonel Parker – by making full versions with lavish instrumental arrangements and vocals in his favoured key (by Campbell) so that they could envisage exactly how they would sound.

                        Glen Campbell Sings For The King - album review

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