Herbie Hancock & The Headhunters – Omaha Civic Auditorium 17th November 1975 (CD)

We are told ….. This superlative set was taped for FM broadcast soon after the release of Herbie Hancock’s groundbreaking Man-Child album, and finds the great keyboardist backed by the awesomely tight combo of DeWayne ‘Blackbyrd’ McKnight (guitar), Bennie Maupin (reeds), Paul Jackson (bass), Bill Summers (percussion) and Michael Clarke (drums) on a selection of […]

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THE BYRDS: Straight For The Sun (Limited RSD 2014 Vinyl 2LP)

STRAIGHT FOR THE SUN is a Live College AM Radio Broadcast from the McDonough Gym, AmericanUniversity, Washington DC, 12 September 1971. Recorded by the American rock band The Byrds FANTASTIC 140 GRAM WHITE VINYL 1000 ONLY LIMITED EDITION Even a rudimentary investigation into the soaring flight path of The Byrds will confirm that the McGuinn/White/Battin/Parsons line-up […]

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GALE: GS401 Re-foam Project?

I am now the very pleased owner of a pair of classic Gale GS401 speakers in wood finish. I bought them on eBay as ‘for parts or not working’ for the princely sum of £38.69. I intend to fully refurbish them by re-foaming the four woofers, checking/testing the other drivers (the tweeters have the correct […]

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Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald, and Boz Scaggs / Dukes of September: Live from Lincoln Center (DVD)

People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul Whos That Lady? Sweet Soul Music I Keep Forgettin Kid Charlegmagne The Same Thing Miss Sun You Can Never Tell What A Fool Believes Hey Nineteen Love T.K.O. Peg Lowdown Takin It To The Streets Reelin In The Years Lido Shuffle Pretzel Logic Them Changes

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JBL: 4343 Oak Cabinets/ blue baffles – Collectors item

Sale now expired: The seller wrote: These are true studio monitors, no telling how many albums from the 70’s were mastered with speakers just like these. These speakers sound fabulous, very explosive and realistic sound. They are 93 dB at 1 watt, I am using a clone of the old Dynaco sc 35 17.5 watt […]

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Our path was not an easy one. Where classic tales of well-funded business plans and successful entrepreneurs might describe a lot of companies, it sure didn’t reflect our own.

Paul McGowan writes: Turning a good idea into a company is not easy. The devil, they say, is in the details; something Stan and I found to be true. In this video, Part II of the History of PS Audio, we learn how two wild-eyed hippie audiophiles turned a phono preamplifier into a business that today […]

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Are cables BS?

Paul McGowan writes: There must not be enough worms crawling around so I figure I’ll just go ahead and open a fresh can. Keeps it fun that way. Why is it we’re convinced we can hear changes in polarity, or MQA vs. non MQA, or the difference between CD and vinyl—but find it hard to accept […]

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