What we are listening to [2019]

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Indeed, its showing up now.

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This is an album I have grown to love over the last few months.

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My Qobuz doesn’t have it, and I only have CDs from Crime of the Century (1974) and later. I’ll give em a listen. Just bought the first two Supertramp CDs. Amazon…

Pretty much the only music I buy is what I can’t stream via Qobuz; ended up dropping Tidal effective 9-9-19. CD Storage cabinet is maxed out…

24/96 2012 mastering.

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Most of us know songs like ‘Fever’, but the singer behind the songs is perhaps less familiar to most Europeans. As the Swedish singer Jessica Pilnäs explains, “Many of my friends and colleagues had never heard of Peggy Lee, although she did not only have a successful 40-year career as a unique performer, but also was one of the first singer-songwriters who wrote songs and lyrics herself”In America Peggy Lee (1920-2002) is one of the great singers of the 20th century, alongside Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan. Not only was she a star in the jazz circles after having been discovered by Benny Goodman as a twenty-year-old, but she was also known by the wider public. Lee is the only singer who had a US top ten single in the ‘40s, ‘50s and ‘60s. She also acted in several films, including the first sound film “The Jazz Singe…

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Thats strange, it’s available here to? (Im in Sweden and Qobuz ain’t even available officially here)

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To me Supertramp for the most part made pretty dammed good music as did Roger Hodgson after they split. I’ve never understood why, of all the music of the 70s and early 80s they’re the least played band on radio in every country I’ve lived.