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which cd sounds best on your system ?

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14 minutes ago, greybeard said:

It's the simplicity of the recording, and the sense of the venue, that I love. I have the caution horses too, and it is a good album, but my favourite is 21st century blues.

I stopped buying their albums after "Miles", will look into that one.

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9 minutes ago, tuga said:

I stopped buying their albums after "Miles", will look into that one.

They changed musical direction slightly on this one.

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Very much fall into the 'If I like the tune, I'll listen to it' camp, however compressed, whatever format.

Vinyl is way way way my preferred format but if I like the song, I'm happy to listen to it, however :D

Edited by Idlewithnodrive

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I'm not going to go with one recording, there's many that are great and many that are awful. What's standing out to me right now is the quality of Dead & Company, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros, and Joe Russo's Almost Dead gigs on nugs.net. Nearly every gig is just an awesome recording from the soundboard, perfect balance of detail and feel / soul, actually not balance they just have both in abundance. Some are lossless and some MQA, I don't have an MQA decoding player but a couple in MQA even without have blown my brain. Currently a free months trial wih nugs.net for any Deadheads amongst you. 

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