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Now listening to Kamasi Washington. Great music.

 

 

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+1 for the DSCH, bought the disc a few weeks ago, worth every penny.

 

Now listening to RichterWTK.thumb.jpg.63415444ccf231a8a0287f5e81c78844.jpg

One of my desert-island-discs. I have a lot of WTK, but this one rules.

 

also listened to Boulez, Mahler 2, time flies listening to this music:

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The latest arrival: Allison Brewser Franzetti. Worth checking out, nice music, well played.

 

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Friday evening, classical music and "difficult" jazz is out of bounds in our little menagerie, it has to be hard bop, cool jazz, blues, soul, etc. I came across this beauty on Stereophile.

 

 

 

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Hello music-lovers,

 

Now listening to 

 

 

 

 

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Was in the city this morning, and thought: " let's visit the music store" . Wrong, wrong, stupid, stupid, :-). Bought this to lovely discs:bluesintime.jpg

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PS: I bought - not exactly computer-audiophile-istic... the black discs... happily spinning on my Rega tt... 

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Bought this album today. Great music, great sound, buy with confidence.

 

 

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My choice this evening: (and one of my " discoveries" this year:

 

 

 

 

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Did some shopping today. Listening now to this new arrival.

 

 

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This time it is " album of the morning" . Want to go out cycling this morning, but is windy and wet outside (it's raining cats and dogs, actually). Listening to great music is a nice replacement.

 

 

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Hello Musicophile,

 

Thanks for sharing. I am new to this music of Mendelssohn, but I like it a lot. It's great music.

 

Kind Regards, WAM

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+1. I am a great admirer of Perahia's Bach. So I am curious to hear about his Beethoven (my favorite Beethoven cycles: Kempff, Gilels).

 

Perhaps not 'album of the evening' , but track of the evening: now listening to Bach's BWV 848, comparing the eight versions I own. Richter and Tureck rule... But Pollini, Janssen and Fellner are also good. And what's wrong with Hewitt? Just avoid Gould... 

 

Happy listening, cheers! (Pint of the evening: Chimay blue).

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Hello Musicophile,

 

Listened to Perahia's Beethoven in the car yesterday. Read your blog (I like it :)). It's on the "greed-list".

 

Started the day with his French Suites, I keep returning to these discs (it's one of my favorite Bach recordings). Every music lover should listen to Bach, and Perahia is not a bad choice to start with.

 

We played a lot of music today (Schubert/Harnoncourt, Art Pepper (+Eleven), BB King), but the disc of the day is:

 

 

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I am a WTk-addict. And Rosalyn Tureck's version is becoming a favorite. It does not surpass Richter (my ears, my taste, ymmv), but I am getting curious about her DG studio recordings (an opinion, anyone?).

 


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