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    I haven't updated this list in over a year and a half when it was posted on another site. I probably have 30 or more additions and some deletions in store. I also have to add Classical selections and eventually tape, altho that list will undoubtedly be short..


    Vinyl


    Jazz
    Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan – Trouble in Mind, Alto
    Johnny Hartman – Once in Every Life
    Chico Freeman – Sprit Sensitive, 1st press
    Johnny Hodges - Blues A Plenty, 45 rpm APO
    Sonny Rollins – Way out West, 180g APO
    Bruckner, Tate, Bishop - Giganti Del Jazz Vol. 13
    Sphere – Filght Path
    Illinois Jacquet - Swings' the Thing, 200g 45 rpm mono
    Ray Brown – Soular Energy, (Concord Jazz) Super Analogue Jpn 180g
    Ray Brown & Jimmy Rowles – Tasty!
    Ella Fitzgerald - Clap Hands Here Comes Charlie!, 200g Classic Records
    Bill Evans Trio - Waltz for Debby, 45 rpm APO
    Rosemary Clooney - Sings Ballads, (Concord Jazz) Super Analogue, Jpn 180g
    Charles Mingus - Ah Um, 45 rpm APO
    Miles Davis - Someday my Prince will come, MFSL
    Shelly Manne & Jack Marshall - Sounds Unheard Of!, Orig 1st press
    Kenny Burrell - Midnight Blue, 45 rpm APO
    Charlie Byrd – Guitar Artistry of Charlie Byrd, 45 rpm
    Stan Getz, Joao Gilberto - Getz/Gilberto, MFSL
    McCoy Tyner - New York Reunion, Chesky
    Branford Marsalis – Trio Jeepy
    Archie Shepp Quartet – True Ballads, Jpn
    Count Basie - "88 Basie Street", Pablo 1st press
    Louis Armstrong - Satchmo Plays King Oliver, 45 rpm 200g Classic Records
    Hugh Masekela - Almost Like Being In Jazz, 180g Classic Records
    Hugh Masekela - Hope, 45 rpm 180g
    Tomas Orberg - Blue Five, Opus3
    Tomas Orberg Buddy Bolden Stomp, Opus3
    Peoria Jazz Band – Passport to jazz, Opus3
    Arne Domnerus – Anitiphone Blues, ATR ½ spd
    Isao Suzuki quartet + 1 - Blue City, Super Cut 180g
    Isao Suzuki Trio - Black Orpheus, Super Cut 180g
    Isao Suzuki - Blow Up, Super Cut 180g
    Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Midnight Sugar, Super Cut 180g
    Cannonball Adderley – Somethin' Else, 45 rpm APO
    Oscar Peterson Trio – We get Requests, 45 rpm APO
    Serendipity – Mike Garson, Reference Recordings

    Rock/Pop/folk/Blues/Country
    Elvis Presley - Stereo '57 Essesntial Elvis Vol 2, 45 rpm
    Frank Sinatra - At the Sands, MFSL
    Nat King Cole – Love is the thing, 45 rpm
    Nat King Cole – After Midnight, 45 rpm
    Nat king Cole - just one of those things, 45 rpm
    Henry Mancini – More Music from Peter Gunn, 1S/1S
    The Weavers - Travelling On With The Weavers, CISCO 180g
    Doug MacLoed – Come to Find, APO reissue
    Ted Hawkins - The Next Hundred years
    Taj Mahal – Recycling the blues and other related stuff, US 1st press
    Bobby King & Terry Evans – Live and Let Live, 1st press
    Sonny Boy Williamson – Keepin’ It to Ourselves, APO reissue
    Norman Blake/Jethro Burns/Sam Bush/Vassar Clements/David Holland/Butch Robins/Tut Taylor
    Muddy Waters – Folk Singer, MFSL
    Peter Case - Man with the Post Modern Blue Guitar
    Victoria Williams - Swing That Statue
    The King’s Singers – Lollipops, UK 1st press
    Joe Jackson – Body and Soul
    Merle Haggard – Songs for the Mama that tried
    Sam Cooke - Night Beat, 45 rpm APO
    Rickie Lee Jones – Pop Pop, ORG 180g
    Lou Reed, John Cale – Songs for Drella, US 1st press
    Bruce Spingsteen – The Ghost Of Tom Joad
    Talking Heads – Stop making Sense, 1st press
    Dr. John – In a Sentimental mood
    The Pentangle – eponymous, UK 1st press
    Pete Townsend and Ronnie Lane – Rough Mix, Uk 1st press or Classic reissue
    Robbie Robertson – eponymous, Quiex II promo
    Bonnie Raitt – The lost Broadcast Philadelphia 1972
    Mighty Sam McClain – Give it up to Love, 200g APO
    Mary Black – No Frontiers, 180g reissue
    Paul Simon – Hearts and Bones, Quiex II promo
    James McMurtry – Too long in the Wasteland, Dutch press
    Bozzio Levin Stevens - Black Light Syndrome, RSD 2-LP
    Various - The Lost Note Books of Hank Williams
    Johnny Cash - Unchained: American recordings I - V
    Alice In Chains - MTV Unplugged
    Friend N Fellow - Covered
    Little Feat – Waiting For Columbus, MFSL
    Doc Watson – Southbound APO
    Doc Watson – Home Again! APO
    Doc and Merle Watson – Pickin’ the Blues
    Joan Armatrading – Show Some Emotion, UK 1st press
    Harry Belafonte – Belafonte Sings The Blues, 200g Classic records
    Cowboy junkies - Whites off Earth Now!, MFSL
    Jayhawks – Tomorrow the green grass
    Whiskeytown – Pneumonia
    Wilco – Being There
    Daniel Lanois – Acadie, Quiex II promo
    Alison Krauss - Paper Airplane
    Loreena McKennith - The Wind that shakes the Barley
    Harry Belafonte - Returns to Carnegie Hall, 200g
    Rickie Lee Jones - Eponymous, MFSL 45 rpm
    Di Meola, McLaughlin & de Lucia - Friday Night in SF, 45rpm
    Holly Cole - Temptation, Classic 200g
    Ry Cooder - Jazz, MFSL
    Rob Wasserman – Duets
    Hans Theessink – Call Me
    Neil Young – Harvest, Nautilus 1/2 spd
    Neil Young – Live at Massy hall, Classic Records
    Jimi Hendrix – In the West
    Creedence Clearwater Revival – Cosmos Factory, APO
    CCR – Best Songs from Bayou Country, 45 rpm
    CCR – Best Songs from Willy and the Poor boys, 45 rpm
    Cat Stevens – Tea for the Tillerman, 180g APO
    Crosby & Nash - Another Stoney Evening, 180g
    Dire Straits – Love over Gold, 180g reissue
    Pink Floyd – The Wall, US 1st press, TML
    Pink Floyd - Wish you were here, CBS Mastersound 1/2 spd
    Sarah McLachlan – Surfacing, 200g Classic Records
    Stevie Ray Vaughan – Couldn’t Stand the weather, APO
    Phoebe Snow – Eponymous, 45 rpm 200g
    Janis Siegel – At Home
    The Doors – live in New York 2-lp, Rhino 180g
    Nick Drake – Pink Moon, 180g reissue
    Aaron Neville – Warm your heart, 45 rpm ORG
    Bruce Springsteen – Tunnel of Love, US 1st press
    Supertramp – Crime of the century, 180g Speakers Corner
    Amanda McBroom – Dreaming, APO 180g
    Gordon Lightfoot – Sundown, MFSL
    Ray LaMontagne – God Willin’ & The Creek Don’t Rise, 180g
    Janis Ian – Breaking Silence, APO 200g
    Blood Sweat and Tears – Eponymous, ORG 45 rpm
    Bruce Katz Band - Crescent Crawl, Audioquest
    Shelby Lynne – Just a Little Lovin’, APO 200g
    Amos Lee - Eponymous, Classic 200g
    Willie Nelson – Stardust, CBS 1/2 Spd
    Rod Stewart – Every Picture Tells a story, MFSL
    The Doors – L.A. Woman, 45 rpm APO
    Guy Van Duser & Billy Novick – Get yourself a new Broom
    Merle Haggard – It's all in the game, 1st press
    Lightnin Hopkins – Goin Away, 180g APO
    Norah Jones – Come Away With Me, 200g APO
    Genesis – Selling England by the pound, Classic 200g
    Livingston Taylor – Good Friends, Chesky 180g
    James Taylor – Sweet Baby James, Rhino 180g
    John Lee Hooker – Boom Boom, UK
    Donald Fagen – Morph the Cat
    Cassandra Wilson – New Moon Daughter
    Andreas Vollenweider - Caverna Magica, Jpn
    Mickey Hart - Dafos, RR
    Linda Ronstadt – Whats New, MFSL
    Enya – Watermark
    Chris Whitley - Dirt Floor, 45 rpm Classic Records
    Steely Dan – Aja, Cisco 180g


    Direct-to-disc
    Nikil Banerjee – Master of the Sitar
    Ray Brown & Laurindo Almeida – Moonlight Serenade
    Stefan Grossman/John Rebourn – Acoustic Guitar
    Charly Antolini - knock out
    Cal Tjader - Huracan
    Cadillac and Mac - The Detroit Four
    La Pocha y Su Grupo de Flamenco - Ole'
    Dave Grusin - Discovered Again, Sheffield
    Amanda McBroom- Growing up in Hollywood Town
    Harry James – King James - Sheffield
    Harry James - Comin' from a Good Place, Sheffield
    Earl "Fatha" Hines plays Hits He Missed, MK
    Bill Berry and the Ellington all-Stars - For Duke, MK
    LA Four – Going Home
    LA Four - Pavane Pour Un Infante Defunte
    LA Four - Just Friends
    Sample, Brown, Manne - The Three
    The Great Jazz Trio Direct from LA
    John Klemmer – Straight from the heart
    Ikuyo Kamiya - Beethoven "Appassionata" 45 rpm
    Kouichi Suiyama - Audio Symphony No. 1
    Kouichi Suiyama - Audio Symphony No. 2

    International/World
    Ryusuke Seto - Miroku, Jpn
    Michel Jonasz – Fabuleuse Historue De Mister Swing
    Fabrizio De Andre – Anime Salve
    Sera una Noche - 45 rpm EP, MA recordings
    Al-Haji Papa Bunka Susso– Songs of Kings & Warriors, Water Lily
    Ali Akbar Khan – Indian Architexure, Water Lily
    Jose Neto – The Mountains and the Sea, Water lily
    Dom Um Romao – Saudades, Water lily Acoustics
    Buena Vista Social Club - Classic Records 200g
    Munyungo Jackson - Munyungo, VTL/Vital
    Ladysmith Black Mambazo – Shaka Zulu
    Ry Cooder & V.M. Bhatt - A Meeting By The River

    Soundtracks/TV/Documentary
    Max Steiner - Casablanca: The Classic Film Scores for Humphrey Bogart, Charles Gerhard, NPO
    Bernard Hermann - Citzen Kane: The Classic Film Scores, Charles Gerhard, NPO
    Franz Waxman - Sunset Boulevard: The Classic Film Scores, Charles Gerhard, NPO
    Erich Korngold - The Sea Hawk: The Classic Film Scores, Charles Gerhard, NPO
    John Barry - Dances With Wolves, UK
    James Horner - Glory, Classic reissue
    James Horner - Willow
    Jerry Goldsmith - Chinatown
    John Williams – The Missouri Breaks
    Alan Silvestri - Who Framed Roger Rabbit, white cover 1st press
    Giorgio Moroder - Cat People
    Hans Zimmer - Gladiator, 45 rpm ORG
    Bill Bragg & Wilco – Mermaid Avenue Vol. I, 1st press or reissue
    various - Dead man Walking, Classic reissue
    various - The Hot Spot, 45-rpm APO
    Pat Methany - The Falcon And The Snowman
    Eric Clapton - Rush (1992) Korean press


    RBCD/SACD/Hires

    Fairfield Four - Standing in The Safety Zone
    Angelique Kidjo – Jazz a Saint-Germain
    Pedro Almodovar – Viva La Tristeza
    Wynton Marsalis – Live at the house of Tribes
    Angus & Julia Stone – Down the Way
    Jen Chapin - Revisions, Chesky (192/24)
    Mino Cinelu – eponymous
    Clifford Jordan – Live at Ethell’s
    Marcus Miller – M2
    Vital Tech Tones - VTT2
    Rachelle Farrell – individuality (can I be me)
    Greg Brown – Honey in the Lions head
    Musica Nuda – Live a fip
    Bebe - Y.
    Kodo – Heartbeat Drummers of Japan, Sheffield Lab
    Tuck & Patti – tears of Joy
    Brian Bromberg – Hands
    Christy Baron – Steppin’
    The persuasions – Sing U2
    Michael Hedges –Ariel Boundaries
    Chick Corea – Rendezvous in New York
    Bela Fleck – Flight of The Cosmic Hippo
    Thomas Dolby – the Sole inhabitant
    Guy Clark – Keepers
    Juri Honing Trio - Star Tracks
    Peter Erskine, B. Neidlinger, M. Krystall - Aurora
    Whitesnake – Starkers In Tokyo
    The Eagles – Hell Freezes Over
    Chris Jones – Roadhouse & Automobiles
    The TBM Sounds! – Ultra HD JPN
    Brian Bromberg – Wood II
    Nils Lofgren – Acoustic Live
    Mark Murphy – Love is What Stays
    Mark Murphy – Once to Every Heart
    Super Bass – Ray Brown
    Jorma Kaukonen – Blue Country Heart
    Ali Farka Toure, T. Diabate – Heart of the moon
    Guy Clark – Cold Dog Soup
    Allen Toussaint – The Bright Mississippi
    Joni Mitchell – Both Sides Now
    Greg Brown – Further In
    Leonard Cohen – Live in London
    Ray brown – Live at the LOA: Summer Wind, SACD
    Shirley Horn – Here’s to life
    Jennifer Warnes – Famous Blue Raincoat 24K Gold
    Boz Scaggs – But Beautiful (Jpn)
    Christian McBride – Conversations with Christian
    Boz Scaggs – Speak Low
    Tinariwen – Tassilli
    Hans Theesink – Johnny & The devil
    Rosanne cash – 10 Song Demo
    Gotan Project – Revancha del tango
    Shirley Horn – Jazz Round Midnight
    Shirley Horn – Softly
    Shirley Horn – Loving You
    Shirley Horn – I Remember Miles
    Misty River – Live at Backgate Stage
    Shirley Horn – you’re my thrill
    Shirley Horn – May the music never end
    Xiomara – La Voz, Chesky (192/24)
    Hank Jones, Christian McBride, J. Cobb – W. of 5th
    Alison Krauss & Union Station – Live
    Mary Stallings – Fine & Mellow
    Livingston Taylor – There You Are
    Rodrigo Y Rodrigo – Live in Japan
    Boz Scaggs – Dig
    The Wailin’ Jennys – Live at the Mauch Chunck opera House
    Eric Clapton – Unplugged
    Rachael Yamagata – Happenstance
    Damien Rice – Live at Fingerprints Warts & All
    Ben Sollee - Learning to Bend
    Lyle Lovett – Joshua Loves Ruth
    Chris Jones – Smoke and Noise
    Dominic Miller - Fourth Wall
    Roger Waters – Amused to death, Mastersound 24k Gold CD
    Phil Collins - Face Value, Audio Fidelity 24k gold CD
    Hans Theesink – Songs from the Southland
    Linn Kilmax LP12 | B.M.C. MCCI Signature ULN | innous ZENMini | Kii Three

  • #2
    That's some list Rob. I see we have a lot of recordings in common.

    Now I gotta get me some Johnny Cash

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    • #3
      Thanks so much Rob for your list. You are just like the local crack dealer!

      I know the effort it takes to put one of them together and then periodic updates.
      Myles B. Astor, PhD, Administrator
      Senior Editor, Positive-Feedback.com
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      -VPI 12-inch 3D Fat Boy dual pivot tonearm, VPI 12-inch 3D Fat Boy gimballed and SAT LM-12 arm
      -Lyra Atlas SL, Fuuga, vdh Colibri Master Signature, MOFI Master Tracker, Sumiko Songbird cartridges
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      -Assorted cables including Transparent XL Gen. 5, Allnic cables, Skogrand, Viero, Kubala-Sosna, MG Audio, Audience Au24SX, Genesis Advanced Technologies Power Cords
      -Accessories including Stillpoint Aperture panels, Cathedral Sound panels, Furutech NCF Nano AC receptacles; Silver Circle Tchaik 6 PLC, Symposium ISIS and SRA Craz racks, Audiodharma Cable Cooker, Symposium Ultra and assorted SRA platforms.

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      • #4
        Rob, I keep forgetting to thank you for this list. You have been at this for a while!
        Front end: Aesthetix Io Eclipse with 2 Power Supplies and Volume controls
        Brinkmann La Grange & RonT Tube Power supply with Kuzma 4-point ,FR64S, Brinkmann 12.1 , .Koetsu Jade Platinum,Koetsu Rosewood Signature Platinum, Lyra Atlas, Lyra Etna SL Goldfinger Statement, KLAUDIO RCM, HRSM3X
        Amps: Wyetech Topaz, Futterman H3 Quad II,Citation II, Marantz 8b, 5 ,2
        Pre-Amps:Marantz 7, Marantz Model 1 Consolette Pair
        Speakers: Quad ESL 57, Beveridge Model 3 DD amps, REL S/2 x 2
        Otari 5050BXII, DeHavilland 222

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        • Rob
          Rob commented
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          It needs housecleaning, the list looks anemic just 3 years on (the list is older) lots of recordings to add and others to delete that are ho-hum on my present system.

        • MylesBAstor
          MylesBAstor commented
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          Yes I have to go through it again. Need some new music!

        • kcin
          kcin commented
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          Thanks MylesBAstor for your list as well! I have many of those selections. I enjoy your reviews and those that describe specific music so that I can really follow what you are listening for....if I do not have them I seek them out.

      • #5
        Thanks for the list Rob! But please don't delete anything, maybe just add a note that it is no longer on your top tier, I would find that interesting...

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        • #6
          I have a stupid question. What is this a list of?
          PROGRESSIVE SOUNDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
          www.lasercd.com
          www.lasersedgegroup.com

          Rockport Aquila, Boulder 2010, Boulder 2008, Boulder 2060, Transparent Audio Reference XL, Nordost Quantum QBase8, TW Acustic AC Anniversary, TW Acustic Raven 10.5 arm, Lyra Atlas, Bricasti M1 Special Edition, SRA Scuttle3 rack + various SRA/Symposium stands

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          • Rob
            Rob commented
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            Ken, its posted under the sub-forum sonic 'Sonic Splendry' Myles can correct me if i'm wrong but--for me--they're mainly recordings with sonic merits that can often trounce the music. aka demo music, if you like. like junk food food, when called upon it hits the spot when nothing else can. but I try to list stuff which also has musical merit.

            I'd love to see Laser's list!!

          • lasercd
            lasercd commented
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            Got it. I was having a senior moment.

            I never really thought of a list like this. If I was to compile one it would probably scare everyone away. 😀

          • Bill Hart
            Bill Hart commented
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            Sonic ass-kickers. You can do it, Ken.
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