Discussion in 'Music' started by jasn, Jan 1, 2018.
The Band-Live At The Academy Of Music 1971 The Rock Of Ages Concerts dvd in 5.1
It was long after the release of O.P.S that I began to appreciate it. Critics don't like all of the non-Seger tunes. I disagree. A lesser artist would have embarrassed himself tackling these songs.
Bo Diddley / Ellas McDaniel
Love the One You're With
If I Were a Carpenter
Let It Rock
Turn on Your Love Light
Deadric Malone / Joseph Scott
Porcupine Tree-Stupid Dream DVD-A in 5.1
Free-Songs of Yesterday boxed set[discs 1 and 2]
Elton John-S/T SACD in 5.1
Elton John-Tumbleweed Connection SACD in 5.1
Dickey Betts - "Highway Call"
Found a used copy on Amazon for $1.02 (+$2.98 shipping). Had fingers crossed that this copy did in fact include a SACD, 5.1 layer, because there is no mention on the disc or in the packaging at all.
Wow! What a treat! Thanks for the recommendation Kevin.
Elton John-Captain Fantastic & The Brown Dirt Cowboy SACD in 5.1
I have most of these tracks on their original albums, but this is a great 2CD collection to just put on and let it spin.
Been listening to Euro club dance music today. First disk of ATB Contact is killer with anthem after anthem. Very uplifting. Going to listen to some like smooth jazz now.
The Talking Heads-Speaking In Tongues in MLP 24/96 5.1 from the brick
Pink Floyd-DSOTM in DTS HD MA 5.1 from the Blu ray[March 1st is this album's 45th anniversary btw]
Also checked out Vinyl Me Please's record of the month Ayalew Mesfin - Hasabe:
Loved the funky grove but the vocals were a bit out of my zone (not withstanding that I didn't understand them since I don't speak the language) but I liked it more than I expected.
Here's the whole title track if you wanted to check it out:
Jethro Tull-Berne 1978 in DTS 24/96 5.1 from the Heavy Horses box
Mischaracterized as “death metal”. Lots of battles and those have people who die in them, but the songs are not about that, they’re about victory, or bravery, or loyalty, or perseverance, or legend, or whatever. Sometimes I laugh at myself for listening to songs about fucking Viking gods. But the music is very driving and rhythmic and brings a smile to my face even though I can only imagine the angry contortions the lead vocalist must have to accomplish to make it happen.
Amon Amarth is daughter's favorite band. She and her boyfriend just saw them before the New Year in California. I love Scandanavian metal of all flavors: black, speed, death and symphonic. Opeth is my go-to.
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