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How about some classic King Crimson?
Album:RED,1974 - Bill Bruford / drums - Robert Fripp / guitars - John Wetton / bass, vocals WITH: - Mark Charig / cornet - Mel Collins / soprano saxophone - ...
All-seeing instrument. Supreme perception. Omnifocal accumulator... Its gaze upon the blind. Information divinity by man designed.
Just ordered some Genghis Tron that I used to have... i hate re-buying stuff
I know you've post that you have a vinyl collection, whats your opinion on the vs. debate? I've been thinking of getting a turntable and starting to buy vinyl LPs. I really never buy CDs anymore.
Otis Redding - Respect
Del disco: Otis Blue - Otis Redding Sings Soul (1965)
My Morning Jacket - Run Thru
My Morning Jacket - Run Thru
It still moves
GZA - Liquid Swords
That is all I have been buying. Most vinyl come with a digital download code too so it is win win.
BTW Lucero's new album is really good. Very different from their other stuff. Kind of bluesy. Has a Jerry Lee Louis feel to it at times with the piano parts.
What is the vs. debate?
Any measurable difference between vinyl and CD?
Ahhh... i don't know i guess it depends more in the sound system you have? All I know is that it seems more fun if you are sitting around just flat out listening to music with friends and drinking, etc.... it seems more fun to play vinyls. So I would say in that sense vinyl is better.
Vinyl might be better as long as you don't get one that has errors on it, which happens.... CD's that never happens if you buy them new.
Listening to Sticky Fingers on Vinyl right now
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Technically speaking there is a difference. Vinyl is analog which is what "original" sound is. CDs are digital which is converted to analog and the amplifier raises the voltage for your speakers..
So the sound should be better. However it that is the technical aspect and in reality it may or may not sound better to the listener. Some albums I have I do think sound better.
I am like Aussie. Buy the vinyl get the download bundled with it.
Agree with this.... the only exception is I never buy 'loud' or 'heavy' albums on vinyl. The heaviest vinyl I have is Mr. Beast by Mogwai and that sounds good... but not sure how really heavy stuff would sound. Probably still good
I don't have any metal on vinyl, but heavy classic rock (Zepp, Jimi, even The Beatles Helter Skelter, etc) sound real good.
Watching radiohead from the basment pretty damn good
I have a few hardcore albums on vinyl but most of my albums are folk type stuff.
Just checked... I have Lateralus by Tool and Siamese Dream by the Pumpkins on vinyl and both sound great.... I take it back
Sticky FIngers on vinyl would be great.... top 5 album of all time for me. Can't You Hear Me Knockin is probably my favorite guitar track ever
My understanding is vinyl is pressed at the original 24-bit analog which the studio recording is recorded at while CDs use a 16-bit digital. Sound waves by nature are analog, so from a technical standpoint, vinyl is the closest you can get to accurate studio reproduction.
Funny you mention heavy because two of the albums near the top of my list are Leviathan and Blood Mountain by Mastodon. Both are heavy albums but Leviathan is especially heavy.
Just listened to leviathan last night (cd version) and was on it. Love some Mastodon
Playing "comeback kid" wake the dead
The Wood Brothers - Luckiest Man
Oliver and Chris warming up for their "Mason Jar Music Presents" session in the stairwell at St. Cecilia's School in Brooklyn.
A Mason Jar Music Production
Check back with Mason Jar Music in early March for an episode of "Mason Jar Music Presents" featuring The Wood Brothers performing their song "Blue and Green" alongside a 12-piece ensemble of strings, winds, brass, and glockenspiel.
Filmed by: Andrew Ellis & Michelle Watt
Edited by: Matt Porter
Recorded by: Alan Gordon
Mixed by: Dan Knobler
"Mason Jar Music Presents" is a video concert series inspired by the peacefulness and tranquility of the old buildings that continue to dot New York City's 21st-century landscape. These productions provide a setting and space for fresh, unique music with compelling arrangements that breathe new life into each song.
Each episode is dreamed up and brought to life wholly by the Mason Jar Music team. Songs are carefully selected from the artist's repertoire and re-imagined with arrangements for strings, woodwinds and other assorted orchestral colors.
This is a trailer for a dockementary on the Boston punk/hardcore scene. Looks pretty damn good.
"The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth"
"xxx ALL AGES xxx" The Boston Hardcore Film is a documentary film that explores the early Boston Hardcore music scene from the years 1981 thru 1984. Unlike earlier films that were centered on the members of the bands, this film delves into the social and communal aspects of that particular era. The community, culture, straight edge and DIY (Do it yourself) ethic of the time are all explored in the film. Never before seen archival footage, photographs, interviews and dramatizations make up the body of the film.
The origins of the "xxx All Ages xxx" film project go as far back as September 1981. At the time Duane Lucia (Executive Producer) was the owner and operator of the Gallery East performance / art space located in Boston. The Gallery East provided an early "All Ages" venue making it instrumental in giving birth to the upcoming local "Hardcore" scene. Katie "The Kleening Lady" Goldman (Producer) was a communication major and radio personality at Emerson College as well as a driving force in the burgeoning local hardcore scene. She was involved with the promotion of all ages hardcore shows at the gallery including The Mighty CO's which was fronted by fellow Emerson student Drew Stone (Director). In 2009 the three formed an alliance with the intention of making a documentary film focusing on the early Boston Hardcore scene. It was agreed upon that under the Gallery East name Duane Lucia would finance the project and assume the role of Executive Producer, Katie Goldman would be the film's Producer and Drew Stone the Director / Editor along with Alan Dubin.
I retract my statement. Myth, Lazuli are just as good as Norway and Zebra (Lazuli might be my new favorite Beach Hose song).
If you were hoping that the new album would be Teen Dream 2, well then good news for you. They took what was good about that album and just did it better IMO.
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