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    Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 5:25 pm

    I've been listening to Emerson Lake & Palmer all afternoon on my ST70, oh my, I'm all gooey inside!......what a sound!  drunken 
    These vinyls I bought as a teenager in the early to mid 70's and they still sound as good as the day I bought them!
    Just as well my wife and son are in town for the day!!!!!!!
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by sKiZo on Sun Mar 30, 2014 5:44 pm

    That's so '70s ... twere I you, if I found myself listening for over four hours straight, I'd seek immediate professional ELP!

    If you're into rock opera, Kompendium;s Elements and Strangers on a Train's The Key both fit the bill and are quite tasty. Elements is three cd's counting the instrumental version, and The Key is two disks, so that'll keep you busy for a while.

    If it's all the keyboard work that gets your heart pumping, how about Handel's Concerti for Organ? I recently scored a nice box set ... in QUAD!

    PS ... at least you're just stuck in the last century. I hit the Goodwill up for a 12 disk Readers Digest boxed set of light classical this week - RCA Red Label, monophonic, and really choice condition. Been wandering past the turntable most of the day and cuing vinyl for ripping to FLAC. New meets old. GW wanted $4, but I talked them down to $2 ...

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:09 pm

    I like the fact those guys are/were classically trained and adapted the music into the then rock, moog & synth, pretty cool stuff.
    I'm a moog and synth nut since the early days, also love the old Hammond's.
    That Handel sounds interesting, love big cathedral pipe organs, also like Bach for that reason.
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by deepee99 on Sun Mar 30, 2014 7:30 pm

    MontanaWay wrote:I've been listening to Emerson Lake & Palmer all afternoon on my ST70, oh my, I'm all gooey inside!......what a sound!  drunken 
    These vinyls I bought as a teenager in the early to mid 70's and they still sound as good as the day I bought them!
    Just as well my wife and son are in town for the day!!!!!!!

    Boy, you're stirrin' up memories. ELP's Pictures at an Exhibition was my introduction to classical music, though I'd been forced to play all the basics in piano lessons as a pup I thought I hated the stuff, but we rocked out to ELP, especially Pictures and Nutrocker, they called it. Was cruising the Record Hut in Salem, Oregon, and by chance watch through the classical section, and there was Pictures at an Exhibition by some guy named Mussorgsky, orchestrated by some frog named Ravel and performed by the Vienna Philharmonic by some conductor named Von Karajan on a label I'd never heard of, DG. Took it home, spun it once on my system, which then was a Heathkit AR-15 and a pair of Mac ML-1C speaks, and never looked back.
    Rick Wakeman from Yes was another guy who could bang out the classics and send you back to the originals. The Paramount Theatre in Seattle ran six floors beneath the street, which was where the organ sat on an hydraulic riser. Yes, during their break, disappeared from the stage and Rick came rising out of nowhere with the organ and pounded out Bach's Tocatta & Fugue, stage all dark, a single light on him. Brought the house down.
    Them were the days. Maybe that's what I'm trying to recreate with tubes. Got Horowitz pegging the meters as we speak.


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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:37 pm

    I have all EL&P's vinyls, I do treasure them!
    You mention Herbert Von Karajan, he is my 'hero', for one of the better words, when it comes to classical orchestral director. A genius he was, I love his rendition of Beethoven's 9th, coral, Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra, it is just wonderful to listen to, especially on the ST70, matter of fact, I have a 1964 copy, Deutsche Grammophon edition, use to belong to my parents.

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:41 pm

    deepee99 wrote:
    MontanaWay wrote:I've been listening to Emerson Lake & Palmer all afternoon on my ST70, oh my, I'm all gooey inside!......what a sound!  drunken 
    These vinyls I bought as a teenager in the early to mid 70's and they still sound as good as the day I bought them!
    Just as well my wife and son are in town for the day!!!!!!!

    Boy, you're stirrin' up memories. ELP's Pictures at an Exhibition was my introduction to classical music, though I'd been forced to play all the basics in piano lessons as a pup I thought I hated the stuff, but we rocked out to ELP, especially Pictures and Nutrocker, they called it. Was cruising the Record Hut in Salem, Oregon, and by chance watch through the classical section, and there was Pictures at an Exhibition by some guy named Mussorgsky, orchestrated by some frog named Ravel and performed by the Vienna Philharmonic by some conductor named Von Karajan on a label I'd never heard of, DG. Took it home, spun it once on my system, which then was a Heathkit AR-15 and a pair of Mac ML-1C speaks, and never looked back.
    Rick Wakeman from Yes was another guy who could bang out the classics and send you back to the originals. The Paramount Theatre in Seattle ran six floors beneath the street, which was where the organ sat on an hydraulic riser. Yes, during their break, disappeared from the stage and Rick came rising out of nowhere with the organ and pounded out Bach's Tocatta & Fugue, stage all dark, a single light on him. Brought the house down.
    Them were the days. Maybe that's what I'm trying to recreate with tubes. Got Horowitz pegging the meters as we speak.


    hey, I just noticed...we're practically neighbors!.......well kinda...sorta....just over the border on 90.....
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    Salud and the Great Gate of Kiev, kinda timely

    Post by deepee99 on Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:57 pm

    To Herbert:
    http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Mussorgsky+Pictures+At+An+Exhibition+The+Great+Gate+Of+Kiev/3dtTCY?src=5

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:59 pm

    deepee99 wrote:To Herbert:
    http://grooveshark.com/#!/s/Mussorgsky+Pictures+At+An+Exhibition+The+Great+Gate+Of+Kiev/3dtTCY?src=5

    NICE!
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by deepee99 on Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:00 pm

    MontanaWay wrote:
    deepee99 wrote:
    MontanaWay wrote:I've been listening to Emerson Lake & Palmer all afternoon on my ST70, oh my, I'm all gooey inside!......what a sound!  drunken 
    These vinyls I bought as a teenager in the early to mid 70's and they still sound as good as the day I bought them!
    Just as well my wife and son are in town for the day!!!!!!!

    Boy, you're stirrin' up memories. ELP's Pictures at an Exhibition was my introduction to classical music, though I'd been forced to play all the basics in piano lessons as a pup I thought I hated the stuff, but we rocked out to ELP, especially Pictures and Nutrocker, they called it. Was cruising the Record Hut in Salem, Oregon, and by chance watch through the classical section, and there was Pictures at an Exhibition by some guy named Mussorgsky, orchestrated by some frog named Ravel and performed by the Vienna Philharmonic by some conductor named Von Karajan on a label I'd never heard of, DG. Took it home, spun it once on my system, which then was a Heathkit AR-15 and a pair of Mac ML-1C speaks, and never looked back.
    Rick Wakeman from Yes was another guy who could bang out the classics and send you back to the originals. The Paramount Theatre in Seattle ran six floors beneath the street, which was where the organ sat on an hydraulic riser. Yes, during their break, disappeared from the stage and Rick came rising out of nowhere with the organ and pounded out Bach's Tocatta & Fugue, stage all dark, a single light on him. Brought the house down.
    Them were the days. Maybe that's what I'm trying to recreate with tubes. Got Horowitz pegging the meters as we speak.


    hey, I just noticed...we're practically neighbors!.......well kinda...sorta....just over the border on 90.....

    Yeah. If I turned my M-125s up a bit and goosed the Vandersteens, I'd've shared that with ya "over the air."

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:04 pm

    my wife be passing you in a couple of weeks, she's heading to Spokane to pick up a bunch of bee's for our hives.....I'll tell her to keep her ears open for some awesome tube powered music!!
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by deepee99 on Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:07 pm

    MontanaWay wrote:my wife be passing you in a couple of weeks, she's heading to Spokane to pick up a bunch of bee's for our hives.....I'll tell her to keep her ears open for some awesome tube powered music!!
    PM me here and I'll give coordinates. I'm just off I-90, Wallace, 2nd exit coming from your direction. I may be of assistance in assisting wifely cooperation with toob obsessions. And my lovely wife will back me up on this.

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:14 pm

    deepee99 wrote:
    MontanaWay wrote:my wife be passing you in a couple of weeks, she's heading to Spokane to pick up a bunch of bee's for our hives.....I'll tell her to keep her ears open for some awesome tube powered music!!
    PM me here and I'll give coordinates. I'm just off I-90, Wallace, 2nd exit coming from your direction. I may be of assistance in assisting wifely cooperation with toob obsessions. And my lovely wife will back me up on this.

    pm sent
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by sKiZo on Mon Mar 31, 2014 12:26 am

    Remember the flying piano at California Jam?

    I WAS THERE!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSm5IQFaTZA&list=RDuSm5IQFaTZA

    I still remember the Great Yellow Wall too ... massive shortage of porta johns ...  rabbit

    PS ... this is me ... I'm the one wearing tie dye and looking stoned ...

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by deepee99 on Mon Mar 31, 2014 1:44 am

    I remember you there! I was standing next to the mixer guy, showing him how it's done.

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by audiobill on Mon Mar 31, 2014 4:52 am

    Funny, I listened to ELP just yesterday!
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by tubes4hifi on Mon Mar 31, 2014 12:37 pm

    I don't remember what song it was, but I used to listen to ELP and tried to shred various speakers with the super low bass.
    I worked in a hi-fi shop selling JBL speakers which had lifetime warranties and no fault, never got one to blow out.
    Tried real hard when the Carver 700 amp came out!! Pegging the meters constantly!
    Check out the drum solo on this performance! He must have been on speed!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeQsZOQqO6I&list=RDuSm5IQFaTZA

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Mon Mar 31, 2014 1:01 pm

    tubes4hifi wrote:I don't remember what song it was, but I used to listen to ELP and tried to shred various speakers with the super low bass.
    I worked in a hi-fi shop selling JBL speakers which had lifetime warranties and no fault, never got one to blow out.
    Tried real hard when the Carver 700 amp came out!!   Pegging the meters constantly!  
    Check out the drum solo on this performance!   He must have been on speed!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeQsZOQqO6I&list=RDuSm5IQFaTZA

    I want to have whatever he's having!!!
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by sKiZo on Mon Mar 31, 2014 3:48 pm

    tubes4hifi wrote:I don't remember what song it was, but I used to listen to ELP and tried to shred various speakers with the super low bass.
    I worked in a hi-fi shop selling JBL speakers which had lifetime warranties and no fault, never got one to blow out.
    Tried real hard when the Carver 700 amp came out!!   Pegging the meters constantly!  
    Check out the drum solo on this performance!   He must have been on speed!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeQsZOQqO6I&list=RDuSm5IQFaTZA

    Lucky Man ... has that bass slide to hell that will work any system ... one of the better pieces of Moog work ever.

    A few other of my favorite "speaker busters" ...

    Rush - Tom Sawyer
    Manneheim Steamroller - Chocolate
    Porcupine Tree - Russia on Ice
    Wagner - Die Valkerie
    Dick Hymen - Minotaur
    MFSL - The Power and the Majesty
    Lionel Rogg - Handel's Organ Concerti


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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by deepee99 on Mon Mar 31, 2014 4:39 pm

    sKiZo wrote:
    tubes4hifi wrote:I don't remember what song it was, but I used to listen to ELP and tried to shred various speakers with the super low bass.
    I worked in a hi-fi shop selling JBL speakers which had lifetime warranties and no fault, never got one to blow out.
    Tried real hard when the Carver 700 amp came out!!   Pegging the meters constantly!  
    Check out the drum solo on this performance!   He must have been on speed!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeQsZOQqO6I&list=RDuSm5IQFaTZA

    Lucky Man ... has that bass slide to hell that will work any system ... one of the better pieces of Moog work ever.

    A few other of my favorite "speaker busters" ...

    Rush - Tom Sawyer
    Manneheim Steamroller - Chocolate
    Porcupine Tree - Russia on Ice
    Wagner - Die Valkerie
    Dick Hymen - Minotaur
    MFSL - The Power and the Majesty
    Lionel Rogg - Handel's Organ Concerti



    Unsquare Dance (Brubeck Time Further Out,) B side, 3rd cut, will have you shimming up your floor joists.

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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by Guest on Mon Mar 31, 2014 4:47 pm

    well.....looks like I'll be listening to new music a lot in the coming days!!!
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    Re: Emerson Lake & Palmer afternoon

    Post by deepee99 on Mon Mar 31, 2014 5:08 pm

    MontanaWay wrote:well.....looks like I'll be listening to new music a lot in the coming days!!!
    Hmm now, ain't that the point?

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