What we are listening to [2018]


#7652

Grant Green‘s concerts held in 1969 in Paris and Antibes, being buried in archives fo almost forty years. A revelation!


(Ben D) #7653

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24/192, free of any MQA pollutants :wink:


(Kees van der Wal) #7654

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(Martin Webster) #7655

Listening up to the bell … this is an Aimee Mann tour de force. Wonderful film too.


(Peter) #7656


(Martin Webster) #7657


(Kevin Ketterle) #7658

Or this one. My favorite.


(Kevin Ketterle) #7659


(Mark Edwards) #7660

Really on an Angus & Julia Stone trip at the moment, first listen to Angus’ solo album.


(Chris ) #7661

Just seen Jeffrey Martin at The Coggeshall Vinyard, front seats too… anyway, if you want introspective and desolate, this is for you.

He is a great performer, tells good tales between and with songs. Just one man and a guitar at this gig.
Excellent.


#7662

Album: Les ballades de Monsieur Brassons
Artists: Les Lunaisiens & Arnaud Marzorati
Label: Muso
Release: 2018

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(John ) #7663


#7664

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(John ) #7665

This should take all weekend.


#7666

Album: A New Cycle
Artists: Sepalot Quartet
Label: Eskapaden Musik
Release: 2018

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(Chris ) #7667

50 years of Astral Weeks. There was a nice piece on BBC news this morning from Belfast.


#7668

you didn’t offer to run his soundboard through mqa encoding during the performance?


(Chris ) #7669

If I had one, I’d love to here it… That would be interesting indeed.


(Chris ) #7670


(Ian) #7671

Mazzy Star “Among My Swan”