Your last YouTube watch & listen

All music posts here please.
User avatar
savvypaul
Posts: 5569
Joined: Tue Oct 11, 2016 7:14 pm
Location: Durham
Has thanked: 543 times
Been thanked: 463 times
Contact:
Great Britain

Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by savvypaul »

It's a great rabbit hole to explore. I'll start it off with an obvious one for this day... :guiness;

These users thanked the author savvypaul for the post:
slinger (Sat Jul 04, 2020 6:32 pm)
I am in the hi-fi trade
Status: Manufacturer
Company Name: NVA Hi-Fi
https://nvahifi.co.uk/

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

My kids are playing Animal Crossing through the tv so no youtube for me yet :(

I can lose whole evenings at a time with music on youtube. It's a bonus when you get something to watch at the same time rather than just looking at the cover of an LP or a record going round on a 1210.
These users thanked the author karatestu for the post (total 2):
savvypaul (Sat Jul 04, 2020 6:32 pm) • slinger (Sat Jul 04, 2020 6:33 pm)
DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
slinger
Posts: 5781
Joined: Wed Aug 22, 2012 4:30 pm
Location: The Garden of England
Has thanked: 565 times
Been thanked: 571 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by slinger »

I quite often get lost trying to find different versions of the same song. I find some really weird sh*t that way. :lol:
Amps - NVA P50, A30, A40, Stanislav Palo Tube Headphone Amp BB 85
Speakers - Monitor Audio Silver RX2
Cables - NVA LS1+LS3, SSC, Gotham S/PDIF, IBRA Optical
Digital - NAD C516BEE, SONY ST-SDB900 DAB TUNER, TEAC UD-H01 DAC
Analogue - Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit SB, Graham Slee Gram Amp 2 Phono
Cans - Grado SR80, ATH-M50X

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

Last night I discovered an excellent band I never knew existed (MFSB). Now I have had to order their whole output.

MFSB (mother father sister brother) were a group of 30 session musicians who worked in the local recording studio's (Philadelphia). They even had a song on Saturday Night Fever. What a film :dance:
DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

Fleetwood Mac Rhiannon. Stevie Nicks makes me hot.

[bbvideo] [/bbvideo]
DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

This thread was made for me :guiness;

Randy Crawford has a voice with so much texture. Street life is one of my favourite tracks ever. How about One day I'll fly away :dance:

[bbvideo] [/bbvideo]
DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

K.C and the sunshine band I'm your boogie man. Sunshine it definitely is.

[bbvideo] [/bbvideo]
DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

Chaka Khan Tell me something good. No, don't turn over it's not the crap she came out with in the 80's. Pure 70's this. Gotta love it.

2999 posts. Must come upwith something amazing for no. 3000.

[bbvideo] [/bbvideo]
DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
karatestu
Posts: 3555
Joined: Sun Jan 08, 2017 4:40 pm
Location: North Yorkshire
Has thanked: 334 times
Been thanked: 191 times
Great Britain

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by karatestu »

Marvin Gaye does Disco. Got to give it up :dance:

DIY inspired by Richard "The Doc" Dunn RIP

User avatar
CN211276
Posts: 4287
Joined: Tue Aug 09, 2016 9:29 am
Location: Cardiff
Has thanked: 230 times
Been thanked: 134 times
Wales

Re: Your last YouTube watch & listen

Unread post by CN211276 »

In the words of Queen, "we hardly need to use our ears how music changes thtough the years" :lol:

My wife put a good few on tonight but I am a bit of a traditionalist and like to play albums in full without compromised sound quality. I would rather see a band playing live on the box and not miming. Enjoyed watching David Bowie at Glastonbury recently.
These users thanked the author CN211276 for the post:
karatestu (Sun Jul 05, 2020 6:06 am)
System DC Blocker, NVA BMU, Cisco 2960G, Sonore MicroRendu/MCRU PS, AQ JB, ifi iPurifier 3, Chord Mscaler, Chord Qutest/MCRU PS, NVA P90SA Mk2, NVA A80s Mk3, NVA Cube 1s, NVA TSCS, NVA TIS, DH Labs Mirage USB/Silver Sonic BNC, Cat 8 ethernet.
HP Grado SR 325e, Chord Mojo, AQ Carbon.
Analogue Rega Planar 3, Denon DL-110, NVA Phono 1.
Second System Topping E30, NVA P20, NVA A20, NVA Cubettes, NVA LS3, NVA, NVA SSP, SSC, AQ Carbon.
Out Beyerdynamic Avenha, AQ DF Red.

RIP Doc

Post Reply