I just started reading Neil Young’s autobiography – it’s a real page-turner, and in the first few pages he talks about his collections – cars, amplifiers, model trains. Then about sound quality of replayed recorded music. It occurred to me that he might be an audiophile. http://neilyoungnews.thrasherswheat.org/2014/03/neil-youngs-home-stereo-system.html?m=1 He says a lot about how as a […]
How many times have I flicked past one of their albums in a box of Kamahl, Clayderman, or Doonican? Well, if I had a Dollar etc. Today I stumbled across their biog on Wikipedia and was startled to see that their music is nothing of what I have thought it is. So I resorted to […]
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Some hardware and software options for simple copying to digital files. I will be doing this soon with Audacity and the new Schiit ADC just announced. I’ll report on my experience.
I enjoyed the group listening at Paul Quilter’s monthly music evening at PQ Imports HQ in Tamahere, last night. Highlights for me were: The Blind Boys of Alabama – Spirit of the Century Loggins & Messina – Mother Lode (on original vinyl) Jim Suhler Sacred Spirit – Vol. 2: Culture Clash Brian Eno – Nerve […]
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It’s here again – time to celebrate and support our home-grown talent. Plenty of great music to hear for the first time or again, at home on the stereo, in the local library, on TV and radio, and in schools, as well as your local live gig venues. Witchdoctor magazine is running a piece each […]