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Can You Own Too Much Gear?

Audiophile, Audiophile News, News

Paul Wilson looks at the wisdom in collecting a lot of audio gear... ...

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Discovering Maia Sharp Via Mercy Rising CD, Vinyl, Streaming

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Mark Smotroff explores a new artists who isn’t really new…...

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Reconsidering A Zappa Tribute Covers Project In Surround Sound, SACD

Audiophile, Audiophile Music, Audiophile News, News, Quadrophonic, SACD/DVD-Audio

Mark Smotroff breaks down why some tributes work better than others…...

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Why Was I Disappointed With Andrew Hill’s Blue Note Tone Poet Vinyl?

Audiophile Music, Audiophile, Audiophile News, Vinyl

I don’t think Rudy Van Gelder was 100% perfect as a recording and mixing engineer.  There, I...

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New Music Friday

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Vinnie Riccitelli Octet – “For The Record” Self-Released Born in 1926 in Yonkers, NY, Vinnie...

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Guided by Voices’ Propeller Reissued On Colored Vinyl

Audiophile, Audiophile Music, Audiophile News, Vinyl

One most wonderful thing about Guided By Voices (GBV) — Dayton, Ohio’s original “LoFi”...

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Alex Chilton With The Hi Records Rhythm Section Live Concert On Vinyl, Digital & CD

Audiophile Music, Audiophile, Audiophile News, News, Vinyl

The notion of reviewing a live set in a small club by a band doing cover tunes is not exactly the...

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Herbie Hancock’s My Point of View, Blue Note Tone Poet Vinyl

Audiophile Music, Audiophile, Audiophile News, News, Vinyl

I recently picked up a new reissue of one of Herbie Hancock’s earliest solo records as a...

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The B3’s The Word on WRD’s The Hit

Audiophile, Audiophile Music, Audiophile News, Vinyl

Some of you might remember a couple months ago when I wrote a review about the new album from The...

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