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    Posted: 14 Jun 2020 at 12:26pm
Followed up Eva Cassidy with Dire Straits (self-titled), original Japanese pressing. Amazing copy, and amazing record. One of the things I love most about my Jazz Club phonostage is completely black background: immersive.
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Listening to all 32 track of Eva Cassidy "Nightbird" on 7 LPs at 45RPM. I am amazed. Being a musician, I can hardly believe The first 31 tracks were all recorded live with one take by a mobile recording truck at a club in DC in 1996. She and the band are amazing. And she said she didn't think it was her best because she had a cold! This is so good, I almost feel that I am there!
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I too like the Raising Sand Album. A big fan of both Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. Who would have ever though they'd go together so well?
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Originally posted by fluddite fluddite wrote:

The Zombies - Odessey and Oracle - as disc 2 of the Epic twofer Time of the Zombies from the early/mid 70s. Someone on the Hoffman forums suggested this was the best way to pick up a UK stereo version from something like the original masters - and it does indeed sound much better IMHO than my Big Beat 30th Anniversary Edition.

Reason for choice - in memoriam Terry Quirk, the man who gave us that memorable misspelling of "Odyssey" in the first place: http://https://ultimateclassicrock.com/terry-quirk-zombies-dies/

Love that album. Definitely would like to hear that version - read good things about it as well. 
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The Zombies - Odessey and Oracle - as disc 2 of the Epic twofer Time of the Zombies from the early/mid 70s. Someone on the Hoffman forums suggested this was the best way to pick up a UK stereo version from something like the original masters - and it does indeed sound much better IMHO than my Big Beat 30th Anniversary Edition.

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Raising Sand 
Robert Plant and Allison Krause

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