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A great Album, gets better with each listen.

Whitehorse - Panther in the Dollhouse

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Okay ... that was a bit too much funk ... let's try something more classic

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Most of my listening tends to be either podcasts (while I'm out walking or driving) or random playback by track, or sometimes playlist, at night.  So my most recently played 10 tracks would be a pretty eclectic list!

I have been listening to the Stranger Things soundtrack (both the first one and the new series 3 release) recently though.

Andre

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Listening to a great album from 1971 that surely helped springboard Rod Stewart's career.

Faces / Long Player

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I listen to the carpenters and I want to know of any good preset suggestions that I can use for their type of music. I may be 19 but I love their music. One of my favorite songs of theirs is superstar and reason to believe.

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3 hours ago, Martin Medrano said:

I listen to the carpenters and I want to know of any good preset suggestions that I can use for their type of music.

I would suggest disabling the equalizer and tone. The carpenters probably knew what they were doing and wanted their music to be listened to as they made it.

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Picked this up 1.5 years ago. It's absolutely wonderful! Allmusic classifies it as Pop/Rock however I'd say it's got a very Country Folksie feel. Each of the songs seems to tell an aspect of Jason's life stories. Great music and lyrics.

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'Visceral' and 'bloodcurdling' aren't adjectives usually associated with Anglican church music, but they're about right for Giles Swayne's unique setting of the Magnificat. I heard it yesterday at evensong in St Paul's Cathedral and was listening to this recording on repeat on the train home. Guaranteed to wake up even the doziest congregation and make them wonder when the demons got into the choir stalls.

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Switching from my main genre for a change of pace. Who knows, I could end up with some classical listening later, we'll see...

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