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Really appreciate this one too Rocco...yes I hear the funk-smooth jazz connection...and the bass has a major role throughout the entire album...the image on the cover might be a wink to the least that's how I see it...thanks again Rocco!
Than you Loon...Trevor Duncan from 1954...these are the earliest tracks I hear from him...much appreciated!
Library Vinyl and CD rips / Re: [Synchro] - Synchro Super Pack
« Last post by LMTH303 on Today at 11:02:12 PM »
Well, very nice super-pack indeed...these are my first from this British library label...thank you WSBG!
I do agree. As far as you believe it would apply to me, I don't.

Actually, it's easier if you express these dualities the first time around.

But rather than extend the tit-for-tat – I'll borrow from a few movie villains and say, "We are not so different, you and I." I'm happy to be able to confirm lossless file provenance in a simple way. I'm also a bit disappointed that posts about file "upgrades" refer almost exclusively to FLAC format, and not to quality of the music source/conversion.
The Non-Library / Re: Jean Michel Jarre -- Oxygène [Disques Dreyfus]
« Last post by likedeeler on Today at 10:41:58 PM »
Just to let you know there is a typo at the start of the URL which says "meg" instead of "mega".  8]

Hey, thanks! As potzorbie says, it's deliberate. Not so much because of web searches perhaps, but because of web crawlers.
The Non-Library / Re: Jean Michel Jarre -- Oxygène [Disques Dreyfus]
« Last post by potzorbie on Today at 09:27:46 PM »
They replaced the "a" in mega with a "@". It's so the link won't be found in a search engine I believe. A lot of people do that here.
It's been so long, i can't remember if i uploaded this title a few years ago or not. Anyway enjoy the first in the Match Music series.
Labels / Re: The Ded Good Music Library/Ded Good Music
« Last post by Moleoman on Today at 09:02:06 PM »
I heavily doubt CDGML 3100 and CDGML 3200 ever existed to begin with.

In fact, CDGML 3300's first original cover clearly states it's the library's first album ("issue one").
And this means that you agree with me.

With regard to your statement

But when examining a spectrogram is an ultimate criterion for whether a music file is enjoyable or worth keeping – would be a step too far. It's anti-musical

I do agree. As far as you believe it would apply to me, I don't.

By the way: One of the reasons -- and not the least of them -- why my digital music collection is fucking amazing is you people here in this forum. You are giving me a fucking amazing amount of sonic pleasure with some of the most interesting and endearing audio recordings that exist. Thanks a lot to everyone!
Library Vinyl and CD rips / Re: KPM 1275 - Love Stories
« Last post by keir on Today at 07:33:52 PM »
Thank you! Good old Duck :D
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