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  1. Ah, that‘s the one:-) For me, JT is in a universe of its own. Will most probably disqualify me in the eyes of almost everybody else, but there is „Thick As A Brick“! (1972)
  2. I agree. I loved her earlier work, but I cannot relate at all to this one.
  3. Another "enemy of my purse":-) Many thanks for that; what a beautiful album!
  4. Really beautiful; thank you very much for sharing!
  5. Not another "Pampered Menial", but still a very good, new Pavlov's Dog: https://www.qobuz.com/fr-fr/album/prodigal-dreamer-pavlovs-dog/v3a5fuybw8ync
  6. Recently stumbled upon a wonderfully light-hearted folk duo from Germany. The lady strongly reminds me of Julia, of "Angus and Julia Stone" fame: Available on Qobuz.
  7. Thank you! I love Sequentia; got hooked with their interpretations of Hildegard von Bingen.
  8. Very much looking forward to listen in. Dieter
  9. Listening to one of my all-time favourite pieces, Beethoven's Violin Concerto, Isabell Faust on Harmonia Mundi in 2007: What can I say; it is Mrs Faust! But still, it is "less stellar" than this performance, which for me is the go-to:
  10. Wonderful music beautifully played by Faust/Melnikov:
  11. My favourite composer for piano (Scriabin), played by the pianist quickly becoming my favourite performer for that composer: (Is there a way to combine Sviatoslav Richter with Martha Argerich?)?
  12. Still going strong... Richard Thompson's unique voice.
  13. The joy about the event in question is clearly audible, almost tangible! Another wonderful recording by the Sixteen:
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