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    Flamenco Rock

    Here's an album of a lesser known, short-lived band, who called their music Flamenco Rock. It's Carmen's 1973 debut, produced by Davie Bowie and T. Rex producer Tony Visconti.

    After their...
  2. Thread: Duchesses

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    Agreed. Inga Rumpf always has been one of the...

    Agreed. Inga Rumpf always has been one of the most prominent female voices in the German rock and blues history.

    Best regards!
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    Dave, may I show you my own networks for a...

    Dave,

    may I show you my own networks for a 4430 clone project that I built two and a half years ago:

    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?41694-My-4430-project&highlight=

    As...
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    Maybe you'd better have listened to Lee's 1974 In...

    Maybe you'd better have listened to Lee's 1974 In Flight album, especially to Freedom For the Stallion with that wonderful sax solo by Mel Collins?

    Best regards!
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    Thanks a lot for this useful information, EarlK ...

    Thanks a lot for this useful information, EarlK :applaud:!

    What I still don't get is why the higher 1.35 T flux of the E baskets only affects the mids if reconed with a, say, C8R2235. I would...
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    So sad. R.I.P. Seawolf, and all of my condolences...

    So sad. R.I.P. Seawolf, and all of my condolences to his family and friends!

    Best regards!
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    Hi EarlK, you say that the E series ferrite...

    Hi EarlK,

    you say that the E series ferrite magnets are 1/8" thicker than the 2225/2235/2234 magnets. This is what I've learned in this forum for several times. Do you also know how thick both are...
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    Yes, the 1970ies indeed were a Renaissance...

    Yes, the 1970ies indeed were a Renaissance period:

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    89377

    They were the 1st band to perform three consecutive sold-out shows at the Carnegie Hall in June, 1975.

    Best regards!
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    Gentle Giant

    Well, surely GG were one of my favourite bands of the 1970ies. Due to their challeging first albums their following remained modest. Despite their efforts to »americanize«, i.e. simplify, their...
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    Wikipedia says: Roland Kerridge - drum...

    Wikipedia says: Roland Kerridge - drum programming. So no real drummer involved.

    Best regards!
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    As if it weren't enough that JBL had turned the...

    As if it weren't enough that JBL had turned the usual color-to-polarity convention upside down...:crying:

    Best regards!
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    I don't know this album, but from other things...

    I don't know this album, but from other things Santana did later on I suspect it isn't. Am I right in assuming it's just heavily polished pop, adressed to the big American mass market?

    Best...
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    Currently there's a 2019 reissue of Vagabonds in...

    Currently there's a 2019 reissue of Vagabonds in the Western World available as a LP, without the Whisky tune. Maybe I should go for it?

    Best regards!
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    Thin Lizzy

    Fully agreed! This tune literally grasped me as a 15yr old then. The two and a half minute solo is a gorgeous one. And I like the quasi live setup, as there are no overdubs, not even during the...
  15. Is this »On the Loch Lomond« the same tune that...

    Is this »On the Loch Lomond« the same tune that Martha Tilton sang at Benny Goodman's Famous Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert on January 16, 1938, named just »Loch Lomond« on the related double album?
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  16. Hi, if these neg- and Pos+ markings in your...

    Hi,

    if these neg- and Pos+ markings in your last pic mean that the driver was connected there, it's just an inductor of unknown inductance in parallel with four 10 ohms resistors, which equal a...
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    Tritonus is the interval that divides an octave...

    Tritonus is the interval that divides an octave in two equal parts, for instance c - g#- c'.

    Best regards!
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    The HK Cit. 24 service manual says there's a...

    The HK Cit. 24 service manual says there's a latching flip flop (IC 4027) at the remote power on/off control in the general models, not in the US and Japanese ones. The FF is triggered by single 9...
  19. Hi, the music in this video is as boring, for...

    Hi,

    the music in this video is as boring, for not to say annoying, exactly as these advertised lifestyle products are. Not even Lang Lang gets appropriate background. My attention just rose a bit...
  20. Thread: Rip-off

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    Well, both aren't that bad as All My Love. The...

    Well, both aren't that bad as All My Love. The Crunge is pure funk, featuring some synth, Dancing Days is quite a relaxed number featuring the Hohner Clavinet. I didn' want to say taht I don't like...
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    In my opinion the In Through the Out Door album...

    In my opinion the In Through the Out Door album is LZ's weakest one. Jimmy Page heavily was on heroin when it was recorded and produced, John Bonham was on booze, as always. So Robert Plant and John...
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    Don't get me wrong, please, I really love LZ's...

    Don't get me wrong, please, I really love LZ's Rock and Roll, especially due to John's drum intro. Anyway, I almost like any LZ songs, you know ;). Just a few exceptions...

    Best regards!
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    I'm quite convinced that neither Danny Mihm nor...

    I'm quite convinced that neither Danny Mihm nor John Bonham created this famous drum roll. Instead, listen to Gene Krupa in Benny Goodmans incarnation of Bei mir bist Du schön from The Famous...
  24. Thread: Duchesses

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    Anyone remembering Joyce »Baby Jean« Kennedy? Her...

    Anyone remembering Joyce »Baby Jean« Kennedy? Her first appearance with her band, Mother' Finest, over here in Europe was at a German TV show at 3/3/1978, that made the band gather a huge following...
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    I know I'm too late now, but in your case I'd...

    I know I'm too late now, but in your case I'd have built two new enclosures for your K140's, for example according to the 1975 enclosure plans from this site. Then you'd had the choice to get one or...
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