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  • Alrainbow
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    This a 180 gram pressing to me it lacks the body of other pressings I have
    i now own 5 with this.
    two sealed and 2 pole mint and now this.
    One sealed is a radio promo one.
    Does anyone know about this album
    ok sorry edit my pre was set to mono for Test record lol.
    much better now Hahahaha forgive me
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  • ehoove
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    Friends
    Larry Carlton
    Just a fabulous LP on all counts!
    Warner Brothers 9 23834-1
    Regards,
    Jim

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  • ehoove
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    Water Musick
    George Frederick Handel
    Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
    August Wenzinger Conductor
    Very nice presentation and wonderful play and fidelity!
    Archive Production ARC 73265
    Regards,
    Jim

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  • Skylab
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    Steve Hackett - Spectral Mornings
    1st pressing Japan Charisma LP

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    Gotta admit - this sounds better to me than even the Steven Wilson remaster...

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  • Metamatic
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    Snoop Doggy Dogg* ‎– Doggystyle. the classic 1993 G funk hip hop album. I still remember buying this from Tower records on Sunset when on holidays. superb album with great production from Dre

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  • Steve Lefkowicz
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    ELP - Tarkus (I bought this LP 1st or 2nd year of high school, probably in 1972. I never get tired of this, and with every improvement in the system it still just sounds better and better. Tonight feeding the phono stage direct to my Schiit Valhalla headphone amp and 22 year old Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 600 ohm headphones.)

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  • Purevinyl
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  • Alrainbow
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    https://www.discogs.com/Michel-Jonas...elease/1476328
    does anyone have this album ?

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  • tom_hankins
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    Johnny Hartman "I Love Everybody"
    Lana Del Rey "Norman F'ing Rockwell" (Tidal)
    Toshiko Akiyoshi Trio "Dedications (II)"
    Billie Holiday "All Or Nothing at All"

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  • tom_hankins
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    Ray Brown & Laurindo Almeida "Moonlight Serenade"
    John Martyn "Solid Air"
    Anders Jormin "Matka Joanna"
    Chico Freeman "The Arrival"

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  • tom_hankins
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    The LL album is pretty much a greatest hits live LP. I haven't seen one on vinyl and it probably wasn't released on vinyl. It's a pretty good recording even through Tidal.

  • Rob
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    Ricciardo needs to be driving for MBZ if expects to finish in the top 3. I like the fact he out-qualified Vettel as his teammate even after Seb was a mult. WC!

  • Rob
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    I had Laurindo Almeida inscribe my copy at a gig he performed at, at the now defunct "Ilarios" jazz club in La Jolla California. Musta been around '89-'90. Its in portuguese to "Roberto" ("Ho-bert" if you speak portuguese). The sonics are great, not top shelf D2D but a close 2nd tier.

  • Rob
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    Crazy how he left this world. I know a lot of jazz aficionados that rather hear Lee Morgan fart inplace of Miles Davis' playing. Not my perception of either as I can appreciate both, but you get my drift.
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