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    what's on your play list for sunday morning ? i tend to go to rhythm and blues . the Commodores have been one of my favorites going back to when i was 12 and hanging out at roller rink .
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    Paper Towers
    RS180P/28F surrounds
    Boombox

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      I like acoustic on a Sunday morning:

      pink moon - nick drake
      For Emma forever ago - bon iver
      blue - joni Mitchell


      I usually spin one of those records and enjoy my coffee.

      a couple others if I am in the mood are:

      blood on the tracks - bob Dylan
      darkness at the edge of town - Springsteen

      Carbon13

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        I listen to Sunday Baroque on one of the local public radio stations. (quiet chamber music)

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          Deadmau5, Where's the Drop, Orchestral Version.

          Dude, even if you're not a Deadmau5 fan, ya gotta' try this.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Kornbread View Post

            Dude, even if you're not a Deadmau5 fan, ya gotta' try this.
            fair enough
            Paper Towers
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            • #7
              yeah , no thanks ....
              Paper Towers
              RS180P/28F surrounds
              Boombox

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Kornbread View Post
                Deadmau5, Where's the Drop, Orchestral Version. Dude, even if you're not a Deadmau5 fan, ya gotta' try this.
                The Veldt is also good IMO. He has stated that he hates dubstep for the SOUND. He said that artists are way over doing the limiters... that's what gain is for. What I got out of it is he likes more dynamic recordings. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk

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                • #9
                  While I'm not a big fan of the Baroque period (preferring the Classical and Romantic periods), I'm tuned to the same music on Sunday morning.
                  Paul

                  Originally posted by Billet View Post
                  I listen to Sunday Baroque on one of the local public radio stations. (quiet chamber music)

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