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    My JBL can do with a bit “Old Spice” the mark of classical music!


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    NPR strikes again. Adele.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/03/13/133687...y-desk-concert

    At last, a new female voice with a edge. Stick around for the third song, "Rolling In The Deep." A no oversouling zone, by the way. It seems she is only 22.

    Again, why do USA pop princesses have to suck? The collective taste here must be really low class.
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    This had brilliant DOLBY STEREO ending set against the time-lapse footage of clouds and Van Halen “respect the wind” sounded magnificent on the JBL 4675-A and 4645 THX approved in the local cinema.

    I turn up the low end a bit on my JBL sound system making sure to keep an 85dba range while dbc is a bit higher at around 100dbc on the windy Van bass Halen lows.

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    BRACE YOURSELFS!!!!

    Michael Jackson Carmina Burana!!!


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    This version of GLORY trailer cut to Carmina Burana works very well. Now let’s listening to GLORY in 6trcak DOLBY STEREO DIGITAL TureHD JBL sound system! Winner of best 70mm 6trcak DOLBY STEREO SR mix of 1989!

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    Cool end credits from a cool 80’s flick My Science Project (1985) I’d like to get this one on region1 DVD next week.



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    Few hand picked cold chisel songs i like








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    Film about Milton Babbitt

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/deceptiveca...milton-babbitt

    Not a household name, but one of the great ones.
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    My Latin Brother

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jojCh...eature=related

    This rendition is really sweet, outstanding in fact. While Barbara Dennierlein in ostensibly the leader, this is Emily Remler's number. Sonny Fortune does a great job on flute, Barbara is uncharacteristically using a bass player (she almost always played the bass with her left foot on the B3 pedalboard), everyone is right there...but it is Emily that makes this so great. She is playing a borrowed Gibson ES-125 thinline with a P-90 single coil pickup (my favorite), and it appears to be a 3/4 scale model. I guess she could have played a broomstick with a string if she had to. I just discovered her, but I am already coming to realize how good she was. A shame only musicians seem to remember her.
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    Song of the moment

    I haven't heard this in a long time, but it simply touches many different genre in one song; Well, I guess with Zappa it's a movement. But, it's still not as good as the LP version:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLc2Jx58aIU

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    "WOW"

    That is the name of this tune. The always quadradexterous Barbara Dennerlein, twenty-four years old here, doing what she always does. Topping even herself. I can think of no one that would be more fun to see/hear in person.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLtOI...layer_embedded

    From the same gig:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0hdu...layer_embedded

    She is playing tons of live dates over the next year, but all in Germany.

    What the hell. Want to hear her have at a blues on a pipe organ, bass pedals and all?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79OvdhY0iTk&NR=1

    If you speak German, she explains "Jazz on the church organ" here, with a nice demonstration at the end:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFQMpOCTRqs&NR=1
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    Warning: play this at your own risk! results may be destructive on non jbl speakers!


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    Quote Originally Posted by coruphius View Post
    Warning: play this at your own risk! results may be destructive on non jbl speakers!
    Wow maybe I should have played STAR TREK instead that was, tame.

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    hahaha give me your best shot with destructive bass

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