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I watched an old BBC documentary about the Rockfield Studios in Wales and Robert Plant's section about his solo album, Principle of Moments, inspired me to play it. A very interesting mix of classic rock elements and synthesisers, big rock drium sounds and some drum machines. "Don't cross your fingers..."

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today I’m spinning The Magnificent Thad Jones - Music Matters 33 (Mono) on my turntable. Using a Goldring 1042 and my new GS Reflex M w/ mono switch. Also spun Gillian Welch - Soul Journey. Two phenomenal AAA pressings that are even more natural sounding and enjoyable with my GS phono stage. 
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Currently enjoying Focus by Stan Getz (Mono). A pleasant mix of sax and orchestra for a fiver from my local second hand emporium. Got myself set up with a new stylus for a Stanton 500 II cartridge I found in a drawer left over from DJing days. Not got the luxury of a mono switch on the Gram Amp 2 SE, so I’ve installed a couple of Y RCA connectors between the Technics 1200 MkII and the phono stage. Haven’t blown anything up yet and Stan is holding his own against the violins.
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Today's pick is Tangerine Dream's 1980 album Tangram. While many people seem to think TD took a nosedive in the 80s I think it would be a mistake to overlook an album like this one...

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Donny Hathaway, Extension of a Man. Music like this never ends.

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