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    Experienced Wammer

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  • Turn Table
    Linn Sondek
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    Ekos SE and Klyde
  • DAC
    Linn Akurate DSM
  • My Speakers
    Linn Akudorik
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    I am not in the Hi-Fi trade

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  1. Led Zeppelin 4 / untitled / 4 symbols (whatever you want to call it) - Led Zeppelin. Vinyl. Another that just is never anything less than brilliant no matter how many hundreds of times you have listened to it.
  2. Years to Burn - Calexico and Iron & Wine. Vinyl. Lovely.
  3. Fireball - Deep Purple. Vinyl. I've been listening to this most of my life and still love it. The sound of the airconditioner starting up and Ian Paice's drumming on the title track remain, to me, the most thrilling start to an album I know.Will get a run at my funeral I reckon!
  4. Sideways To New Italy - Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever. FLAC. Lovely indie pop / rock from Australia.
  5. Triple J Hottest 100 vol 2 (1995) - Compilation. FLAC. I'm not one for compilations, but it reminds me the mid 90s were pretty good for music.
  6. Poses - Rufus Wainwright. FLAC. Superb album.
  7. Lonely Man of Winter - Sufjan Stevens. FLAC. At his melancholic best.
  8. Superstar - Caroline Rose. FLAC. To me, nowhere near as good as the superb Loner, but I probably need to give it a few more goes.
  9. Berlin : A Concert For the People - Barclay James Harvest. Vinyl. I know precious little about BJH, but based on this I don’t want to know more. Not quite as bad as Alaska, but it’s a close call.
  10. Bert Jansch - Bert Jansch. Vinyl (from the book set A Man I'd rather Be (Part 1)). Compelling listening.
  11. Heart Of The Storm - Alaska. Vinyl. Haven't played this for at least 10 years. And I won't be playing it again for at least another 10 years...
  12. STONECHILD - Jesca Hoop. FLAC. Dark but beautiful.
  13. Future Shock - Gillan. Vinyl. This 40 year old bit of flimsy vinyl still rocks. What a great album (and like much stuff written by Ian Gillan sprinkled with humour).
  14. Remind Me Tomorrow - Sharon Van Etten. Vinyl.