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As good as Massey Hall,
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This review is from: Live At The Cellar Door [Digipak] (Audio CD)
This got delivered to me about 2 hours ago and it has stayed on the turntable since and will do for quite some time!!
Awesome is the word that comes to mind
Don't just sit there wandering whether to buy it or not
Just do it
You will not be disappointed
Oh and if you can get it on vinyl......Makes for a much better listening experience
Live At The Cellar Door [VINYL]
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Initial post: 9 Dec 2013, 17:43:06 GMT
Am listening to it just now - sounds great - have you both cd and vinyl to compare them then ?
In reply to an earlier post on 10 Dec 2013, 10:46:34 GMT
I didn't at the time but a friend has one on CD and trust me vinyl is better. A lot more clarity
Personally I don't listen to Cd's now having got back into vinyl after many years on Cd's
Go vinyl I say mate!
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Dec 2013, 15:33:10 GMT
Don't disagree with you about the great sound of vinyl. However they are so bloody expensive. I recently saw a vinyl copy of Psychedelic Pill in my local independent record store and it was nearly 50 quid ! If I went back down the vinyl route I wouldn't be buying many albums at that price.
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Dec 2013, 16:40:16 GMT
To be honest quality of sound doesn't bother me that much on a 43 year old recording - cd is fine for me - but I tell you why I really like this release - it's because the acoustic guitar sounds so good - I can't work out which guitar he's playing - on 4 way street (it'd definitely the Martin D45 for Cowgirl and Don't let it bring you down - whereas he used a different one for the recording of After The Goldrush - possibly his Martin D18. The acoustic on this release sounds different - any ideas what it might be ? I haven't seen the cover so haven't seen any photo's included ?
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