Good stuff!Pat Hargan wrote:Steely Dan, 'Can't buy a thrill'.
This is an album that you can listen to 50 times and still learn things from it. Same goes for JB's Julian Bream '70s album. It's very "out there"! In Classic Rock terms like the Beatles' White Album or Fleetwood Mac's Tusk album. On first listen it is very strange but then you listen some more and the learning begins.Laudiesdad69 wrote:Bream 20h century guitar.
I love opera in a sense, but I only bother with the highlights. I once had a complete Cosí fan Tutte, but I didn't see the point in listening to all the recitative without any visuals. However, I had mostly cassettes of opera highlights 35 years ago. I threw them all away and I haven't bothered replacing many of them with CDs yet. I'd quite like a complete set of mp3s of Wagner's ring cycle to play on my Bluray player for background without having to change discs.DenisJ_III wrote:Mozart's 'Don Giovanni'.
It's another a step in my 'perhaps if I listen to enough opera I might start to enjoy it' journey.
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