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On 1/8/2021 at 3:58 PM, gmgraves said:

If you happen to have (or can find) an Oppo 103 or 105. Don’t try it with a 203 or a 205. It won’t work...


On 1/8/2021 at 4:50 AM, jiminlogansquare said:

What the heck; here's one more Person/Carter outing. Great stuff!


And in 11 months or so I can play this one



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1 hour ago, austinpop said:

I know this is like saying “I read Playboy for the articles,” but I listened to this for the Gershwin! Still an outstanding recording.



I once actually did buy a  Playboy for the articles - the 1980 issue with the interview of John and Yoko....really.

And btw, no shame in listening to 1812.

Main listening (small home office):

Main setup: Surge protector +_iFi  AC iPurifiers >Isol-8 Mini sub Axis Power Conditioning+Isolation>QuietPC Low Noise Server>Roon (Audiolense DRC)>Stack Audio Link II>Kii Control>Kii Three >GIK Room Treatments.

Secondary Listening: Server with Audiolense RC>RPi4 or analog>Matrix Element i Streamer/DAC (XLR)+Schiit Freya>Kii Three .

Bedroom: SBTouch to Cambridge Soundworks Desktop Setup.
Living Room/Kitchen: RPi 3B+ running RoPieee to a pair of Morel Hogtalare. 

All absolute statements about audio are false :)

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A few gems from early ECM Records. The label's very first album from Mal Waldron, released on 1 January 1970. An atmospheric Marion Brown recording with a line-up of avant-garde stars, with large scale content somewhat reminiscent of the Art Ensemble of Chicago’s output of the same period. Perhaps Chick Corea's most free-form recording, in a trio with Dave Holland and Barry Altschul.


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1 hour ago, AnotherSpin said:

And a very strong album by the Paul Bley trio


Paul Blay is IMHO in general a very underrated musician.


What’s true of all the evils in the world is true of plague as well.
It helps men to rise above themselves.
  ―  Albert Camus, The Plague.


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