scuzzii

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About scuzzii

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  1. yep it is a good topic as there are so many good ones. He was the 1st Bond that I saw as a kid and is the person I think of when i think Bond. He was my favourite Bond. My favourite film is 'For your eyes only' and close is "View to a Kill'. Mainly because they were out at the time I was first seeing the films (I was 11 when For your eyes came out). Song - Nobody does it better or Live and let die.
  2. Just to add to Keith's thread, if anyone in Sydney wishes to listen to either the CH2 or BR3 please contact me. I own a set of CH2's (and love them) and currently have a set of BR3's on loan from Keith for Sydney Demos where people wish to hear either or both sets of speakers. Both are magnificent speakers and have high value propositions. Drop me a PM if you are interested whilst I have both at my place. John
  3. Melody Gardot 45rpm version. Thanks [email protected] Sound quality is excellent as most 45rpm albums are. Paper inners though grrrr Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  4. Was listening to this last week via Apple music. Found it in a Hobart record store so grabbed it. I liked the melodies and the songs but didn't have high hopes on the recording quality. Mudcrutch is Tom Petty and one of his first bands (some went into Heartbreakers) Well i was pleasantly surprised. And when you look at the credits i can see why. Great analogue sound and not at all compressed (which i assumed Tom would be). Great album Mudcrutch - 2 Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  5. For BIA- yes would be my advice. The mofi BIA release is one of the best mofi releases. Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  6. Hi Derek I thought the S/T pressing from Pallas was pretty good. I don't own any other release of this so can only go on what I've heard elsewhere and I'd recommend the Pallas if its easy for you to get it. Collectors Choice or such. The cost of the PAllas via CC is on par with just buying the latest Aust releases from JB's (well last I looked). The BIA I have is the MOFI release and its exceptional. I heard the PAllas release of BIA at @Hensa Greg's place and it really was fantastic - MOFI was better in comparison but after we heard the PAllas 1st, we were not expecting the MOFI to better it. Highly recommended for Pallas here if you cant stretch for MOFI
  7. bit dusty this morning after a long session yesterday with @Hensa. great day and some fantastic music and wine.. So I'm loading up my shopping cart at the moment and listening to Apple Music. two stand outs for me thus far Mudcrutch - 2 John Mayer - The search for everything both in my shopping trolley....
  8. I purchased my 105 about 4 years back, maybe 3 years. Probably parity with the US dollar at the time of 105D...?
  9. I've been fortunate to have had the Gran Reserva several times. Very lush and quite magnificent
  10. one of my favourite Spanish Tempranillos
  11. I've been a fan of Jose's for several years now, great to see people becoming aware of him. He just cancelled the remaining legs of his Europe tour due to a soundcheck accident where his earpiece was blasted with high volumes. In Berlin I believe, lost hearing for a temporary period of time and no perm damage. but next 2 weeks cant perform.
  12. This arrived a few weeks ago on recommendation from Mark. @viognier Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  13. @wazza007 Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk
  14. Good to catch up with a few SNA folk last night. Here's a pic from the Shinning Bird concert.
  15. Beatles mono version of Rubber Soul. Fantastic. I wasnt sure what the difference would be. Played just now and I think the guitars are more prominent and clearer. Enjoyed it. Thanks [email protected] Sent from my SM-G925I using Tapatalk