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Re: Airconditioning (expanded)

Postby Carlsson » 05 Apr 2018, 17:24

soundchaser wrote:
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Carlsson wrote:the sound difference does appear to be significant though...



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Purchased and playing now

Yes, there is a significant improvemeent according to my old ears.

Improved separation and greater clarity of instrumentation particularly bass, guitar and violin (tubs still a bit murky)

Sonja's voice is as crisp as ever

I am looking forward to getting on to CD2 and the BBc stuff (I was there. Of course)

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Hey I’m glad you got it, C.

Definitely worth the outlay for me.


The BBC sessions are interesting

I was expecting The Peel Shows but there are intros by Alan Freeman and Blindman is missing....

I suppose I need Airwaves which I didn't know existed until today!




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Re: Airconditioning (expanded)

Postby soundchaser » 05 Apr 2018, 17:29

Carlsson wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Carlsson wrote:
Purchased and playing now

Yes, there is a significant improvemeent according to my old ears.

Improved separation and greater clarity of instrumentation particularly bass, guitar and violin (tubs still a bit murky)

Sonja's voice is as crisp as ever

I am looking forward to getting on to CD2 and the BBc stuff (I was there. Of course)

.


Hey I’m glad you got it, C.

Definitely worth the outlay for me.


The BBC sessions are interesting

I was expecting The Peel Shows but there are intros by Alan Freeman and Blindman is missing....

I suppose I need Airwaves which I didn't know existed until today!




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I’ve never heard a live version of Blind Man: one of my favourite Curved Air songs.

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Re: Airconditioning (expanded)

Postby Carlsson » 05 Apr 2018, 17:32

soundchaser wrote:
Carlsson wrote:
soundchaser wrote:
Hey I’m glad you got it, C.

Definitely worth the outlay for me.


The BBC sessions are interesting

I was expecting The Peel Shows but there are intros by Alan Freeman and Blindman is missing....

I suppose I need Airwaves which I didn't know existed until today!




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I’ve never heard a live version of Blind Man: one of my favourite Curved Air songs.


Scroll down the page for samples

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00 ... CD481JU15Y




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Re: Airconditioning (expanded)

Postby Carlsson » 10 Apr 2018, 18:02

The BBC stuff is interesting. I was expecting it to be the Peel shows but it is not - Alan Freeman doing intros....





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Re: Airconditioning (expanded)

Postby soundchaser » 12 Apr 2018, 16:10

Carlsson wrote:The BBC stuff is interesting. I was expecting it to be the Peel shows but it is not - Alan Freeman doing intros....


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I don’t imagine I’ll play CD 2 that often, but it’s fantastic to have the original album in much better sound quality.

Vivaldi leaps out at you with ferocity.

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Re: Airconditioning (expanded)

Postby Carlsson » 17 Apr 2018, 11:39

soundchaser wrote:t it’s fantastic to have the original album in much better sound quality.


That it is Richard

The tubs are still a bit murky though.

Still





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