Three albums to make your system sing?

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The thread starts:  I would really appreciate some recommends, something that you don’t hear day to day on the radio… so feel to share your own treasures whist giving a brief review as to why you rate them.

1. Jude Cole – I don’t know why I act this way. 314-524 148-2

American singer song writer, opening track (speed of life) opens with a lively intro and no weak tracks throughout, the pick being a close call between the cleverly written ‘Joe’ and ‘Take the reigns’. I do have another Jude Cole album named 'A view from 3rd street but it is sadly very Kak unlike the above.

2. Mighty Sam McClain – Give it up to love. AQ-CD1015

American blues gospel, nothing like the type pf music I would normally associate myself with but the sheer power and clarity of the tracks makes it one of the first albums I pull out if I want to show off my system to my friends.
Pick of the best has to be ‘I feel good’. An absolute monster track that just begs to be cranked right up.

3. Jeff Buckley – Grace. 475928 5

Yes I know, some of you… well a lot of you will be saying “That’s a well known album”. I know, but your average man on the street wouldn’t be able to name one Jeff Buckley song, so to me it qualifies for a mention.

In my humble opinion it is simply one of the best albums ever made; Tim Buckleys sadly deceased son followed his father to an early grave whilst only producing the one immortal masterpiece. To not have this work of art in your collection is nothing short of criminal.

Jeff influences ranged from the likes of Led Zep and The Smiths… Fantastic production without a single weak track with the pick for me being the ‘Lover, you should’ve come over’…. Shear mind blowing quality that will make even the most modest of systems sing.

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