Thursday, April 08, 2021

Swithering over quartets...

Cloudland Blue Quartet - Sparklemusik (2021)
Duke GrayFox - Butterfly Sigh
Roedelius - Selbstportrait IX: Wahre Liebe
Vikingur Olafsson - Johann Sebastian Bach
Hilary Hahn - Paris
Hedwig Mollestad Trio - Ding Dong You're Dead
Arcade Fire & Owen Pallett - Her OST
Krononaut - Krononaut
Konom - Konom
Robert Berry - 3.2 Third Impression
BRUIT ≤ - The Machine is burning and now everyone knows it could happen again
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - G d's Pee AT STATE'S END!
Tomohawk - Tonic Immobility
Rylie Walker - Course in Fable
Edward Spark - 197Four
industrial-1 - abstract
Valgeir Sigurðsson - An Acceptable Loss
U Roy - Dread in a Babylon
Robert Görl - Sexdrops
Mark Wingfield & Gary Husband - Tor & Vale (HD)
Rangzen Quartet - For Feldman
Vikingur Olafsson - Reflections
Slikback - ARATTA
Arti + Mestieri - Giro di valzer domani
Concord String Quartet - Jolas / Hiller
Various Artists - Spirit of Talk Talk
Simulacrum - Genesis
Rohan de Saram - Pfitzner & Meyer Cello Works
Kraftwerk - The Mix (Deutsch) (Remastered)
Pauline Kim Harris - Heroine
Laurie Anderson - Walk the Dog : Live
Graham Parker & The Rumour - The Parkerilla
Peter Baumann - Romance '76
Psychedelic Furs - Talk Talk Talk
Various - The Treasure Isle Story
Carter - Late Works
The Kohon Quartet - The Early String Quartet in the USA
The Grays - Ro Sham Bo
Hainbach - Landfill Totems

Up and listening to the new LP...

...with the three reworks from yesterday now included...

...sounding very good...

...if I say so myself...

Most of the rest of the morning soundtracked by the proposed line up for this week's podcast...

Then, this tasty box set of the history of Jamaican reggae - first disc took me to lunch...

In the afternoon, the postie had brought this and it made its way into the CD player...

...while the other two 2CD sets in the series (Early String Quartets of the USA and Quartets from 1900-1950) were downloaded and the physical version swithered over - they currently sit in my basket online ready for me to hit buy but I don't know...

We'll see...

Tonight, some telly, with a new "Midsomer Murders" and, of course, several episodes of "Modern Family" - we finished off season two - so we've now watched 44 of the 250 episodes..

We love it!

Off to bed with my albums of the month 1959-2021 (one track each) on the cans...

I think I was asleep by half way through the second track...

Highlight of the Day : Music listening...

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