Ecstatic over electrostatics

Remember that time that UK TV personality antiques and curios salvager Drew Pritchard uncovered a pair of Quad Electrostatic loudspeakers in a Yorkshire farmer’s attic? He really liked the look of them, even though initially he thought they were heating radiators! I recall that he excitedly bought them for £600, and presumably sold them on.

The Bedini holographic process

I rescued this 1993 album New Visions in Sedona by Alexander (FutureWave, Canada). It’s essentially keyboard New Age, and a pleasant enough listen for the $1 paid. What really caught my attention was the sleevenotes mention of “recorded with the Bedini Holographic process direct to digital”, and “Master tape processed with Clarus (TM) Technology for […]