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just curious - is anyone else is like me and only puts on a record if I can commit to listening to the whole release end-to-end. and then you fight any interruptions even if in the back ground while you read or internet like i occasionally do (not always of course) . you can't intentionally just listen to side C or skip it entirely. if you only have 45mins and its a +60min 2xLP that takes your fancy it will have to wait. etc etc etc 

 

its like I'm doing an injustice to the artist and more so the format, the brotherhood of vinyl. I put a CD or Spotify on and I'm happy to skip, replay, just do 2 or 3 songs. 

 

 

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Typically yes however last night I was playing just the first side on a few of Mike Oldfield LP's during his middle period where side a was a long instrumental and side b being standard vocal tracks.

 

I never turn on the system unless im ready to commit to at least a couple of albums so instead use another setup for more casual listening 

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2 systems.... 1 for when s**t is getting real and the other for everyday listening which of course should be special in its own right

i think you are on to something

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i have 2 systems in the music room, dedicated listening, CD and LP, usually long listening sessions at night, and a 3rd system in the study with just a tuner at the moment

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