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    I’ve just been listening to Magnetic Fields by Jean Michel Jarre, one word, WOW!

    I played it back in, Dolby stereo pro-logic which had a great sense of space and depth to mix as well as harmony / melody, is yet another one on my to track down on the CD list.

    The sub bass exetsion kick to depth was pleasing as well as the zing and ping of high notes along the LCR and some even gave the impression of circling that had me looking over my shoulder left to right

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    Including some JBL speakers

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    Groovy dude!

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    Star Trek Rrhapsody


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    I couldn't stand to watch the whole thing, but:

    "Ohhh, my" will have to do as a summary.
    It's nograveconcern to me, but it appears a fan on AVS "borrowed" my avatar...

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    I like this scene from Cat's Eye 1985


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    Thumbs up Jean Sibelius - Finlandia

    So many versions of this classical piece of music on CompressedTube there’s a version that is used in Die Hard 2 but it sounds weaker and then another version and another and this one sounds the best I’ve found so far! It sounds great on the JBL sound system. The LSO RULES! That’s London Symphony Orchestra, or Loud Stereophonic Offensive, Response!

    Two versions of some classical sound power music!


    This one seems a bit fuller thou still its CompressedTube at the end of the day but sounds louder!


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    Yeah its time for some Jingle Cats.



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    Mark Mitchel

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvP3soyUK9M

    Hi Fi sound file here: http://www.soundclick.com/player/bandradio_player.cfm?bandid=868554&q=hi

    Found this while researching hum free P-90 pickups. I highly recommend trying the sound file. Click "Play" and select 03, Kinman P-90 Minor Blues. There are others there as well.

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    Orianthi

    Like Tal Wilkenfeld, another great Australian female talent. Here in the Paul Reed Smith demo at a show four years ago.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQKvy...x=0&playnext=1

    She shared the guitar duties with Steve Vai, I think, in the Michael Jackson This Is It sessions. I noticed she was at Crossroads 2007 but didn't appear on the DVD.

    This is not someone who is known because she is a woman. She may be one of the best to come along in a while. Rather than just shred, she reminds me of Moonflower era Santana a lot, you will hear that immediately*, and some other really nice players as well. She's a musician. I think she is already someone a good guitarist could look up to. She will do for me until the next Joe Pass comes along. I am going on a bit about her talent because she may get lost in the pop scene. Her current work might blend in with the usual Disney Channel fluff, but unlike those kids she has significant musical talent. I hope she does not suffer the fate of Nat King Cole, who never played Jazz piano again publicly when he became a vocal star. The media locks people into what sells. There is money to be made and every cent has to be wrung from the masses.

    Here she is playing more typical fare with Vai:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7b-_YcACuQ&NR=1

    *She is playing a PRS through a Mesa Boogie, but it is the hands, not the equipment, believe me.

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    These A5 have nice range on them still a bit large for my home.


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    A rather cool pop song back in the early 80’s “Blue Monday” and True Faith by New Order.



    How does it feel to treat me like you do?
    When you've your hands upon me
    And told me who you are
    I thought I was mistaken
    I thought I heard your words
    Tell me, how do I feel
    Tell me now, How do I feel

    Those who came before me
    Lived through their vocations
    From the past until completion
    They'll turn away no more
    And I still find it so hard
    To say what I need to say
    But I'm quite sure that you'll tell me
    Just how I should feel today

    I see a ship in the harbor
    I can and shall obey
    But if it wasn't for your misfortune
    I'd be a heavenly person today
    And I thought I was mistaken
    And I thought I heard you speak
    Tell me how do I feel
    Tell me now, how should I feel

    Now I stand here waiting...
    I thought I told you to leave me
    While I walked down to the beach
    Tell me how does it feel
    When your heart grows cold



    I feel so extraordinary
    Something's got a hold on me
    I get this feeling I'm in motion
    A sudden sense of liberty
    I don't care 'cause I'm not there
    And I don't care if I'm here tomorrow
    Again and again I've taken too much
    Of the things that cost you too much
    I used to think that the day would never come
    I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun
    My morning sun is the drug that brings me near
    To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear
    I used to think that the day would never come
    That my life would depend on the morning sun...

    When I was a very small boy,
    Very small boys talked to me
    Now that we've grown up together
    They're afraid of what they see
    That's the price that we all pay
    Our valued destiny comes to nothing
    I can't tell you where we're going
    I guess there was just no way of knowing
    I used to think that the day would never come

    I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun
    My morning sun is the drug that brings me near
    To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear
    I used to think that the day would never come
    That my life would depend on the morning sun...

    I feel so extraordinary
    Something's got a hold on me
    I get this feeling I'm in motion
    A sudden sense of liberty
    The chances are we've gone too far
    You took my time and you took my money
    Now I fear you've left me standing
    In a world that's so demanding
    I used to think that the day would never come
    I'd see delight in the shade of the morning sun
    My morning sun is the drug that brings me near
    To the childhood I lost, replaced by fear
    I used to think that the day would never come
    That my life would depend on the morning sun...

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    Three Minutes of Exquisite, Absolute Perfection by Gould, Bach and Bernstein

    Ashley, one of my favorite songs AND videos is "Regret" by New order. Good job posting the band here.

    On to my small contribution, I must not be the only Glenn Gould appreciator here. His The Solo Piano Music of Arnold Schoenberg recording was my favorite piece of vinyl, and music, for at least ten years. I have returned to him by way of Bill Evans, who is my other favorite pianist. Evans recorded Conversations With Myself, I belatedly discovered, on the legendary Steinway favored by Gould, CD 318. This stimulated a re immersion in Gould's recordings.

    This fragment of some documentary about Gould has a clip of Bernstein conducting and Gould playing Bach's D minor keyboard concerto, BWV 1052. It starts at about 3:50 and runs three minutes. I learned a new word, decresendo, from this. Hearing Glenn Gould's in this video is one of the musical highlights of my entire life. It is the passage where the orchestra lays out and the piano gets softer and softer...and softer. Holding perfect timing and articulation the entire time. But the whole clip is great. Remember that before Glenn Gould these works were performed largely on the nearly expressionless harpsichord, or the pipe organ.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pkc8LjmKKMw


    My own warped worldview of the piano is that Bill Evans and Glenn Gould were the two greatest geniuses of the instrument and had very much in common. They also mutually admired each others work. In my universe Evans was the greatest improviser on the keyboard that ever recorded, and Gould was the greatest interpreter of J S Bach who ever lived. Since Bach was the most accomplished musician who ever lived and Jazz has been history's highest flowering of musical improvisation, that means that these men were pretty special. In their respective fields they were the masters of expression. But never mind that they were great pianists. What matters is they were Great - capital G - musicians.

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