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Even though my car has a half decent sound system the crappy thing doesn't bluetooth audio. How's that for a dud of system for a car built this decade! It has some ridiculous umbilical system via the glovebox, so yes I carry CDRs.

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I went to do it the other day............................and couldn't do it!

 

Hadn't done it much since I moved a few years ago and I'd lost my mojo!

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I have a continuing series that I do for a (younger) mate of mine that I have entitled Music For Beginners, that started life as a single disc for him to enjoy. He loved the first one so much he asked if I could do some more. That was 14 years ago, when he was in his late 30's. He's now in his early 50's. The next one that I do will be MFB 161. They're all just seconds shy of the 80 minute disc capacity. I have to admit that there are times that most of the music that I have been listening to at any given time has been the MFB's. Damn, I am a great compilationist!

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7 hours ago, JukKluk2 said:

I have a continuing series that I do for a (younger) mate of mine that I have entitled Music For Beginners, that started life as a single disc for him to enjoy. He loved the first one so much he asked if I could do some more. That was 14 years ago, when he was in his late 30's. He's now in his early 50's. The next one that I do will be MFB 161. They're all just seconds shy of the 80 minute disc capacity. I have to admit that there are times that most of the music that I have been listening to at any given time has been the MFB's. Damn, I am a great compilationist!

HAHAHa that's very funny you sound like a frustrated radio Disc Jockey! Wow 161 MFB's burnt, must be a really good mate then!

So what exactly have you burnt at MFB1 that's different to MFB 161 music wise?!?

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Yesterday. Using Nero, loading the music file into SoftPerfect RAM first, as the sound quality is better (more natural).

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4 hours ago, BLAH BLAH said:

HAHAHa that's very funny you sound like a frustrated radio Disc Jockey! Wow 161 MFB's burnt, must be a really good mate then!

So what exactly have you burnt at MFB1 that's different to MFB 161 music wise?!?

MFB 1

Big Red Rock - Ayers Rock

Boogie Woogie Waltz - Ayers Rock

Telephone and Rubber Band - Penguin Cafe Orchestra

Torch Song - Marillion

Green Eyed Lady - Sugarloaf

This Is Where I Came In - The Bee Gees

Salisbury - Uriah Heep

Real Man - Todd Rundgren

Born to Synthesize - Todd Rundgren

The Death of Rock and Roll - Todd Rundgren

Eastern Intrigue - Todd Rundgren

Promises Promises - Dionne Warwick

 

MFB 161 has as yet not been compiled.

 

MFB 160

The King of Rome - The Unthanks

Glitter & Gold - Barns Courtney

War Baby - Tom Robinson

Atmospherics: Listen To The Radio - Tom Robinson

Hope and Glory - Tom Robinson

Felton Lonnin - The Unthanks

A Great Northern River - The Unthanks

Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) - Angelique Kidjo

Houses in Motion - Angelique Kidjo

The Overload - Angelique Kidjo

Crumbling Castle - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Polygondwanaland - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Searching - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

The Fourth Colour - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Trimdon Grange Explosion - The Unthanks

 

And, just to give you a taste of the halfway point:

 

MFB 80

Armageddon Days (Are Here Again) - The The

Indians - Peter Green Splinter Group

I Can't Help Myself - Peter Green Splinter Group

Get Rhythm - Johnny Cash

Hallelujah - The Choir of Hard Knocks

A Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker

On Every Street - Dire Straits

Theme From Mission Impossible - Larry Mullen/Adam Clayton

I Never Glid Before - Gong

 Radio Gnome Invisible - Gong

Big Hotel - Big Pig

Could You Be Loved - Bob Marley And The Wailers

Redemption Song - Bob Marley And The Wailers

Time To Say Goodbye - Andrea Bocelli/Sarah Brightman

Death And Night And Blood - The Stranglers

Toiler On The Sea - The Stranglers

Piggies - The Beatles

 

Each and every track on the MFBs are sourced from my personal collection. I am now at that stage where I am going to rip needle drops from vinyl that has never crossed my path on CD, or has never even made it to CD as far as I know. I have to admit to a level of pride and satisfaction in a job (in my mind) well done.

 

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I've got a couple of rewriteables that I use for new and current tracks that our band is playing, so that I can practice my harmony parts in the car.  (BF wagon).

Also burn a disk of MP3s occasionally which I carry as backups (along with a portable CD player) when doing music for parties, in case the laptop ever lets me down.

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Burnt some CD`s on the weekend after down loading some music from utube. Also did a couple of cassette tapes.

No laptop anymore  and my phone is just a phone  so to play music in the lounge or bedroom its cd, tape or records.

One day I am going to have to break into the modern age.

 

Tony

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1 hour ago, JukKluk2 said:

MFB 1

Big Red Rock - Ayers Rock

Boogie Woogie Waltz - Ayers Rock

Telephone and Rubber Band - Penguin Cafe Orchestra

Torch Song - Marillion

Green Eyed Lady - Sugarloaf

This Is Where I Came In - The Bee Gees

Salisbury - Uriah Heep

Real Man - Todd Rundgren

Born to Synthesize - Todd Rundgren

The Death of Rock and Roll - Todd Rundgren

Eastern Intrigue - Todd Rundgren

Promises Promises - Dionne Warwick

 

MFB 161 has as yet not been compiled.

 

MFB 160

The King of Rome - The Unthanks

Glitter & Gold - Barns Courtney

War Baby - Tom Robinson

Atmospherics: Listen To The Radio - Tom Robinson

Hope and Glory - Tom Robinson

Felton Lonnin - The Unthanks

A Great Northern River - The Unthanks

Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) - Angelique Kidjo

Houses in Motion - Angelique Kidjo

The Overload - Angelique Kidjo

Crumbling Castle - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Polygondwanaland - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Searching - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

The Fourth Colour - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Trimdon Grange Explosion - The Unthanks

 

And, just to give you a taste of the halfway point:

 

MFB 80

Armageddon Days (Are Here Again) - The The

Indians - Peter Green Splinter Group

I Can't Help Myself - Peter Green Splinter Group

Get Rhythm - Johnny Cash

Hallelujah - The Choir of Hard Knocks

A Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker

On Every Street - Dire Straits

Theme From Mission Impossible - Larry Mullen/Adam Clayton

I Never Glid Before - Gong

 Radio Gnome Invisible - Gong

Big Hotel - Big Pig

Could You Be Loved - Bob Marley And The Wailers

Redemption Song - Bob Marley And The Wailers

Time To Say Goodbye - Andrea Bocelli/Sarah Brightman

Death And Night And Blood - The Stranglers

Toiler On The Sea - The Stranglers

Piggies - The Beatles

 

Each and every track on the MFBs are sourced from my personal collection. I am now at that stage where I am going to rip needle drops from vinyl that has never crossed my path on CD, or has never even made it to CD as far as I know. I have to admit to a level of pride and satisfaction in a job (in my mind) well done.

 

WOW...Kudos to you! MFB80 sounds ok how much for a burnt copy?!? :)

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2 hours ago, JukKluk2 said:

MFB 1

Big Red Rock - Ayers Rock

Boogie Woogie Waltz - Ayers Rock

Telephone and Rubber Band - Penguin Cafe Orchestra

Torch Song - Marillion

Green Eyed Lady - Sugarloaf

This Is Where I Came In - The Bee Gees

Salisbury - Uriah Heep

Real Man - Todd Rundgren

Born to Synthesize - Todd Rundgren

The Death of Rock and Roll - Todd Rundgren

Eastern Intrigue - Todd Rundgren

Promises Promises - Dionne Warwick

 

MFB 161 has as yet not been compiled.

 

MFB 160

The King of Rome - The Unthanks

Glitter & Gold - Barns Courtney

War Baby - Tom Robinson

Atmospherics: Listen To The Radio - Tom Robinson

Hope and Glory - Tom Robinson

Felton Lonnin - The Unthanks

A Great Northern River - The Unthanks

Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) - Angelique Kidjo

Houses in Motion - Angelique Kidjo 

The Overload - Angelique Kidjo

Crumbling Castle - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Polygondwanaland - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Searching - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

The Fourth Colour - King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Trimdon Grange Explosion - The Unthanks

 

And, just to give you a taste of the halfway point:

 

MFB 80

Armageddon Days (Are Here Again) - The The

Indians - Peter Green Splinter Group

I Can't Help Myself - Peter Green Splinter Group

Get Rhythm - Johnny Cash

Hallelujah - The Choir of Hard Knocks 

A Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker

On Every Street - Dire Straits

Theme From Mission Impossible - Larry Mullen/Adam Clayton

I Never Glid Before - Gong

 Radio Gnome Invisible - Gong

Big Hotel - Big Pig

Could You Be Loved - Bob Marley And The Wailers

Redemption Song - Bob Marley And The Wailers

Time To Say Goodbye - Andrea Bocelli/Sarah Brightman

Death And Night And Blood - The Stranglers

Toiler On The Sea - The Stranglers

Piggies - The Beatles

 

Each and every track on the MFBs are sourced from my personal collection. I am now at that stage where I am going to rip needle drops from vinyl that has never crossed my path on CD, or has never even made it to CD as far as I know. I have to admit to a level of pride and satisfaction in a job (in my mind) well done.

 

A great eclectic mix!

I haven't heard of Angelique Kidjo before, but noted she has good taste in TH's songs.  Have just youtubed her - she's great.  Thanks for the tip, the MFB comp's have a greater influence than just your (very fortunate) friend.

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Angelique Kidjo does a great version of Voodoo Chile

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Saw AK at Hamer Hall sometime in 2007. She had 100 of us on stage shaking our tush. Dynamic performance.

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On 11/07/2019 at 9:05 AM, was_a said:

Yesterday. Using Nero, loading the music file into SoftPerfect RAM first, as the sound quality is better (more natural).

 

Yes......................I have missed the discussions where I contend that pressed CDs sound better than burnt ones.

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