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Ah, my second customer :D.

Thanks for creating a thread. Talking about music will be one of the most important things we do here at ASR Forum.

These are the albums I have from Olafur Arnalds including the Chopin Project.

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Really great stuff.
 

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Another recent purchase is from a delightful Jazz signer from Korea, Youn Sun Nah. Here is her bio from Roon Player:

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The album is Same Girl.



The title track My Favorite Things is to die for as is the fidelity of recording.
 

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Looked up one Karin Dreijer Andersson and only found a single track. It is from the album We Are the Works In Progress.
type in fever ray, that's the album, but also he worked as part of ' The Knife' look up their album 'Silent shout' .
 

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The Skatalites 'hi-bop-ska'
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fidelity wise its the best Ska album i have by mile.

this will either put a smile on your face or cause a psychotic break, hay be brave give it a whirl :) just dont come after me for your medical expenses.
 

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Have had "Tanga: Mario Bauza and His Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra" in heavy rotation for all last week.
 

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This week, I'm listening to music that I'm learning to play. I've got them all in a convenient playlist so I can play along and get my phrasing and tempo right. But of course the band has transposed many of them to different keys, just to make things difficult. Some of the songs...

Because the Night, Rebel Rebel, Superstition, Pretzel Logic, Driven to Tears, Gimme Some Lovin', I'm a Man...
 

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This CD is one of the most dynamic and they do the beach boys better than the beach boy sort of..
 

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This CD is one of the most dynamic and they do the beach boys better than the beach boy sort of..
Hi Tom. As an ex Californian this always brings back fond memories. The cover is excellent as you say. It is almost the same as Beach Boys.
 

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