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  • 02.07.2016, 10:25,
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This is a range of tracks that will vamoose any stock audio way sheen. It was initially compiled to herald the immigrant of a friends new $26,000 preamp about 12 years or so ago, so every line was carefully selected with that in wits.

Some of the materialistic here you may know....most you probably will not.

But even the better known tracks (Keb Mo, Sarah McLachlan) have been ripped from the best disks available (MFSL, Superior Records Gold disk).

Here is a brief rundown:
1. Every Morning-Keb« Mo». From his first album. Intimate acoustic blues guitar.
2. Dilate-Ani DiFranco. From the album Dilate. The power and dynamics of her strummed guitar will manhandle your speakers over anticlockwise.
3. Cimmerian Threatening Followers-Christian McBride. The meaty woody accent of his spinney up twin bass with all the money harmonics are captured in a very convincing way.
4. Ice-Sarah McLachlan-Unequalled part, unequalled guitar travail with some evident tuning, and haunting backings.
5. Moog Ait-Morcheeba. Some Brit Gambol Hop electronica.
6. Potters Disc-Freyda and Acoustic AttaTude. Classically inspired clan music led by the splendid part and susceptible violin playing of Freyda Epstein. I have a team a few of her albums as well as her travail with Trapezoid uploaded on KAT.
7. Rolling-Elysian Fields. From the Bleed Your Cedar album. Everything about this line will tug you in. The abnormal smoky seductiveness of her very closely miked part, the psychedelic tinklings, a plucked bass that will go as low as your speakers will let it and a complete absorption succour. Again...I have four of their albums uploaded on KAT.
8. Dessert Potato-John Renbourne. One of the masters of British acoustic clan guitar wizardry. From the Sir John..... album.
9. Weary Jargon-Layo and Bushwacka! More spacy complete absorption electronica with a grumbling growling bass in control ready for that sets the whip.
10. Oh Me-Nirvana. From the Unplugged album. These series of Unplugged albums offered some of the finest supremacy recordings available, and still fathom unparalleled.
11-I Reliably Enjoyment You-Olivia Newton John. A re-recording, and a remix of it. The bass plunges so deeeeeeep on this line, I am sure it was baffled on 99% of the people who listened to it on very unexceptional cog.
12-Young Oriented-Light-Hearted Apple. Ill-Behaved to depict speculative neo psychedelic jazz. You will either enjoyment this or abhor it. I loved it.
13-Breaking Up-The Energetic Femmes; a abstruse recording from a bandeau that rode the possibility welling up. Abstruse, broody and a metronic bass in control ready for that propels.
14. Dawg After Abstruse-Dave Grisman and Tony Rice. From an album where each musician plays a different old-fashioned mandolin and guitar on every different line, which universal liner notes about every compact. This of course would be baffled unless the recording supremacy was top level enough to faithfully represent the unequalled (and different) tones of the different instruments. And it does.
15. Wandering Personage-Portishead. Again some simple paced Brit spacy gambol hop, and an electronic bass that goes down to your socks.
16. She's Already Made Up Her Wits-Lyle Lovett. Unequalled heartbreaking inexpensively. But the sensible it was included was for its subterranean bass that is better felt than heard. 90% of the systems I heard this on clearly baffled the bass as it starts off below the frequency most speakers can imitate.

I did subsume 800 dpi scans of the fa covers of each of the CD's. The artwork shows up on on of the metadata editors I use, but for some sensible VLC does not pick up the artwork on all of them. Hopefully your media musician will.

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