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RayDunzl

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Paulo Moura - Rio Nocturnes (1992)

 

tomelex

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Group called AIR They have a lot of stuff out there on u toob, good music to watch the snow fall to

 

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Miles Davis - Jack Johnson. Wow!


I have the Boplicity 2CD set coming to see how it(Miles) started(recording).
 
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Listening to a little vintage Sia.
A good one if your system does decent bass. I can recommend the album BTW, it's good all the way through.
 

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Havin' a heat wave, 5 days 100- 107 deg. F.

A/C @ 85 deg. F. (cheapskate or Green?)

Miles' Boplicity double cd is definitely Cool:

 

Sal1950

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Loaded a bunch of Ana Popovic into the Spotify playlist tonight.
A genuine blues bad axe with that course sultry voice.
Not to bad to look at either, love those long stems. ;)
 

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Loaded a bunch of Ana Popovic into the Spotify playlist tonight.
A genuine blues bad axe with that course sultry voice.
Not to bad to look at either, love those long stems. ;)
Nice Sal. Notice the glass slide on the microphone stand. Seems we have lots of nice lady blues guitarists these days. Not a bad thing at all. Broken strings are a problem though. Ha.
 

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Every once-in-a while I think that I could replace my approx. 14 cu. ft. (up to 500Hz) hi-efficiency enclosures plus compression driver MF/HF horns with something smaller.

Putting this on the player stops that notion in its tracks:

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Thomas savage

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I went to see him here, terrible sound unfortunately. It was like listening to a school band in a aircraft hanger, not sure who does his setup but it’s well under powered for the royal Albert Hall.

Not the false of the venue either as Iv had some very good sound expirences there.
 

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I went to see him here, terrible sound unfortunately. It was like listening to a school band in a aircraft hanger, not sure who does his setup but it’s well under powered for the royal Albert Hall.

Not the false of the venue either as Iv had some very good sound expirences there.
Really too bad. To get to see someone like that in such a good setting and then have terrible sound.

Then again I saw several of the greatest blues players in an outdoor festival in Tennessee once years ago. Sound wasn't great, but it was still a special musical treat.
 
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