I just bought.... (the CD/LP shopping diary!)


(Nick) #303

I actually asked Claudio Fuiano about it a while ago and he said he didn’t have any plans to release it. Might have to wait awhile!


(kevenz) #304

maybe but if these weren’t originally stereo… I think it’s worthless.

I prefer the mono vinyl Beatles over the stereo vinyl :slight_smile: the stereo ones just sounds weird.


(Nick) #305

The Beatles put a lot of effort into the mono versions of their music as well, as they considered them to be the “definitive” recordings. It was because stereo was more of a gimmick at the time and I’m sure the Beatles only made them to satisfy the record label they were with.


(kevenz) #306

I’m going to buy a new turntable but I have no idea which one to buy…. I wanted one at around $500 or something…… I can’t justify spending $1000 an over… it’s a little too insane.

At first I was looking at audio technica lp120 which has good reviews and bad reviews… most people say the anti-skate system isn’t working at all and the result is lots of distortion and noise.

I just found out about Fluance FT81 which seems decent enough…. people also mention the Rega serie.

So many models… I’m getting confused :slight_smile:


(Nick) #307

I don’t know where you read about the Audio Technica, but when I used it was a pretty solid system. Maybe not up to “audiophile” standards, but hell for general consumers like you and me you don’t need a 10k setup.

Definitely get the LP120 though, and not the LP60. It’ll hurt your records.


(Andy) #308

I have the LP60USB for years and it never hurt my records, in fact it is much better on them than the piece of trash with a ceramic stylus that I had before that skipped all the time, but VanEyck you are absolutely right. The LP120 is the one to have if you’re not poor like me lol.


(kevenz) #309

LP60 and LP120 are apparently for DJs…. the more audiophile version is the LP5.

I’m not an expert… this is just the response from Audio Technica.


#310

Time to piss everyone off :slightly_smiling_face:

keoma


#311

Not me … best part of the movie. I used to listen to this soundtrack and Mannaja when I was painting … I find it very relaxing, and funny.


(Bill san Antonio) #312

Cool Cover :sunglasses:


(Søren) #313

I think you’ll find more lovers than haters of that soundtrack in here. I have the same release on the way.


#314

Damn right! … it’s un-American (or whichever country you hail from ) not to like the KEOMA soundtrack !!! :rofl:


#315

Oh dear I must be tone deaf…


(Søren) #316

Just got a bunch of additional cds to the collection:

Duello nel Texas
Joko invoca Dio … e muori
Keoma / Il cacciatore di Squali
Sono Sartana, il vostro becchino


(Andy) #317

Did you know Alex Cox is tone deaf? Perhaps that’s why he has such a “unique” perspective on the films.


#318

He probably thinks the singing in Keoma is amazing.


#319

We were all wrong :slightly_smiling_face:


#320

Google Translate ? I do enjoy wonky English :grinning:

“Thanks to the listening experience of the music, the viewer gets so involved in the story that he forget being are even in the theatre.”


#321

Someone needs to put that on a t-shirt :smile:

English translation by Josh Mitchell according to the next page…


#322

Perhaps ‘Josh’ just does these translations for extra pocket money, after he’s finished all his homework and chores of course. :crazy_face:

PS: If he’s related to Duke Mitchell, I take that back and apologise profusely :wink: