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Sal1950

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Mark Chestnutt - Your Room 5.1 BluRay
I'm playing Mark Waldrep/AIX Records Blu Ray of Mark Chestnutt - Your Room
I love great country music and it doesn't get any better than Chestnutt. This live recording is a greatest hits list of all his hit singles. Waldrep always supply's a number of different perspective mixes on his BD discs. This one contains the "Audience" mix, and a "Stage" mix in 5.1 24/96 and 2ch Stereo in the same. Very interesting experience to be able to switch back and forth between being sitting out in the audience and being on-stage with the performers. I enjoy both just depending on my mood. I for sure want to buy more of AIX products in the near future.
 

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I wish I could grant bonus 'likes'.
P.S. I feel that Stu Sutcliffe(the invisible Rolling Stone band member) would have loved this band. :cool:
 

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I'm sitting at my desk and listening to internet Radio - free classical music. The station is in Europe (Switzerland) and I am at home in a remote region in the mountains of Western Panama looking out at lush mountain rain forest vegetation and landscaping.

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With no A/C needed at 3,300" (1,005m), the temp inside and outside is about 77°F (25°C) at 11am - as it is nearly every day of the year. The trade winds are blowing over the mountains from the Caribbean, Typically sunny mornings and rain in the afternoon during the April - November rainy season.

¡La vida es buena!
 

Sal1950

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With no A/C needed at 3,300" (1,005m), the temp inside and outside is about 77°F (25°C) at 11am - as it is nearly every day of the year.
Burrr, give me a sweater. :)
 

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I'm sitting at my desk and listening to internet Radio - free classical music. The station is in Europe (Switzerland) and I am at home in a remote region in the mountains of Western Panama looking out at lush mountain rain forest vegetation and landscaping.

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With no A/C needed at 3,300" (1,005m), the temp inside and outside is about 77°F (25°C) at 11am - as it is nearly every day of the year. The trade winds are blowing over the mountains from the Caribbean, Typically sunny mornings and rain in the afternoon during the April - November rainy season.

¡La vida es buena!
Same here in British Columbia, similar elevation, temperature slightly warmer , Rocky Mountains view from my patio
18 golf courses within 1 hour driving , 5 golf courses within 20 min driving, many lakes in the area ,exceptional down hill and
X country skiing

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Sal1950

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Wow. Suddenly envious!!
That's mid-summer, other times a whole different story. LOL
AKA January Fort Nelson
High−16.1 °C (3.0 °F) Low −24.6 °C (−12.3 °F)
 
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