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Let’s talk music. Do you like jazz, rock, classical? Do you love Bach but detest Beethoven? Have you found a new recording that resonates with you? Join, and let’s talk music...
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  2. Robert Wyatt : The End Of An Ear. avant-garde jazz from 1970.
  3. Dire Straits - eponymous first album. Wonderful stuff.
  4. The Alan Parsons Project : Turn Of A Friendly Card
  5. Then an evening of Rachmaninov orchestral works. The Rock; Capriccio on Gypsy Themes and the Symphony #1 (LSO and Gergiev)
  6. Joseph Haydn “Russian Quartets”. A Set of 6 string quartets opus 33 written in 1781. Played by the Borodin Quartet.
  7. Currently Arthur Bliss : String Quartet #2. played by Maggini Quartet on Naxos cd.
  8. This evening was Mahler Symphony #4 Vienna Philharmonik - Lorin Maazel/Kathleen Battle
  9. Easy....someone got hands on time machine, recorded the song and took off to the future...leaving us with mystery song LOL
  10. So this here has been dubbed the most mysterious song on the internet, and perhaps in the world which is from the 1980s. According to the description Pretty interesting, perhaps anyone here may know what it is? Though it's a long shot. Though I'd share one of the world's wonders. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Most_Mysterious_Song_on_the_Internet
  11. Beautiful French music. Violin and piano in the Franck, and the same with added string quartet in the Chausson.
  12. You might be interested in this thread dedicated to posting music
  13. Currently playing album: Fleetwood Mac : Tusk (high resolution 24/192 flac)
  14. I have a pair of Beyerdynamic headphones for the rare occasions I need to listen while not affecting others, and a pair of Grado earbuds to use on the go with an Astell & Kern portable hires player. Most listening is using Tannoy Stirling SE Prestige speakers with Tannoy supertweeters.
  15. Matt, I thought Blues Brothers started the trend, ohh..that Hollywood influence LOL
  16. Interesting documentary which explores the roots of modern music. Blues itself goes back to the late 1800s, so it's pretty cool.
  17. My headphones are Grado. Great sound and bluetooth speaker does not make me sound like the NOAH Weatherman. Grado Labs - GW100
  18. For studio work i always use my beyerdynamic dt770 pro(Closed Back) , or dt990 pro (Open Back). They let you hear the sound as it is, no colloration, or frequency enhancing. almost a flat curve. and thats what you want when you record or do some engineering work. but i use them for regular music listening too, i hear thing i normally wouldnt hear. even with the songs from the friends from the site. its amazing! but i also love the high end stuff. i would love to get my hands on the senheisser orpheus. the 50.000 headphone just would love to hear through it once. word is that, electrostatic headphones are the best. but also most expensive, since it needs an idependant power supply. and driver. But its always nice to dream Greets, Your Brother, Ilias Bosman
  19. Here's what I use: Wireless headphones: Bluedio TM T Monitor These has quite a big drivers (57 mm) so they're called over-ear and are really comfortable for a long use. I use them as stationary headphones for my PC so that they don't fold is not a big deal. Advantages: comfort, deep bass (even bouncy), excellent battery life (up to 30 hours, but after 30% and lower of battery capacity I'm getting warnings every minute, it's so bad...), EQ, price. Disadvantages: non-foldable, not very sound-isolating, no 3.5 mm jack (USB-C). Speakers: Logitech Z200 These are a bit older but still very good entry-level speakers with an excellent quality for the price. For my environment, where my PC is, it's more than enough. Earbuds: Xiaomi Haylou GT1 Pro Use them while travelling and these are my first ever earbuds. I have quite mixed feelings about them. On one side, they are really good budget earbuds with an nice quality, excellent battery life. But on the other side, sometimes they make me nervous because of their pairing/unpairing problems and very sensitive control buttons. I've accidentally unpaired them soooo many times while putting them in ears and every time I get sick of it... 😃

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