I’m going through the latest edition (2017), of this great thick book. Listening to everytrack and creating a fantastic playlist of old friends I haven’t heard in decades plus other new to me tracks. Many of them now available in MQA if that’s your thing, thanks to tidal. May take me a few weeks to finish but really worth it.I highly recommend this book.
A link, or ever better, ISBN number would be helpful. I keep finding earlier editions.
Albums version :
Hi Lloyd. I’m having difficulties uploading images at present for some reason.The isbn no. is 978 1 76052 303 9.
I have the 2005 edition–that’s one way I used to discover music. Read a review, add to my list and visit record shops, markets or eBay for a used copy. So much easier with Roon and TIDAL!
I’d be interesting to see what’s been dropped in the last decade to keep the total to 1001. I always thought the publishers missed a trick: a yearly update subscription rather than buying the whole tome every year.
Agreed! They’d make money from me for both music and movies…
Did you ever finish putting together this TIDAL playlist? Do you have a link to your playlist to share the love?
Yep. I’m away from home at present, but ended up with a playlist of 400+ from the initial 1000 songs. I will take a look and see if I can figure out how to make it available when I return home.
Hi, I’m confused (easily done). Is this 1001 songs or 1001 albums? Thanks.
I have no idea how to share my roon playlist??? Any suggestions?
Ta. I had better get cracking and start listening to them in the car. Shame I stopped operating or I could have listened to them in Theatre (OR).
I think you can create a Tidal playlist and share that.
There is an existing spotify playlist or two though of a previous version of the book - I will have a go with soundiiz to move it to Tidal and share that, maybe tonight.
I guess if that means manually creating another 400 song tidal playlist it’s not going to happen. I thought there may be a way of copyng my roon playlist.
This is the playlist i found on Spotify then converted to Tidal
I don’t know which version of the book this relates to
There were only 982 tracks to start with
61 tracks weren’t converted
In the past I have found Soundiiz will pick a karaoke version of a track if the real thing isn’t in Tidal
921 Tracks in Playlist
Other than that it should be fine
I’ll take a look.
Scanning through the list, I find the first few hundred fine, some furrowed brows midway, and definitely feeling my age towards the end.
I wonder though, how many of the last 200 would still appear on a list in 20 years time compared to the first 200?
Interesting anyway, and thank you.
As has ever been the way with popular music of all ages.
i had a go using Soundiiz to put them in Qobuz - Soundiiz does not get on well with Qobuz. Skipped 140 more tracks down to 788.
Same when i tried to convert my 3000 Starred tracks from spotify - tidal lost 150 - Qobuz 499. Some of those genuinely aren’t in Qobuz but lots were just misses on conversion.
Thanks for the link, there’s a few days listening about to start