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Discussion: Beck: Sea Change

Posts: 5

Post by Wilhelm—Xu Zhong-Rui July 10, 2014 (1 of 5)
Although I'm unlikely to ever be at leisure enough to attempt and reply satisfactorily... I'd like to today point out that this album is available...

Post by fredblue July 11, 2014 (2 of 5)
Come again?

Post by Lute July 11, 2014 (3 of 5)
As long as we're opening up to our stream-of-consciousness. Let me attempt to reply with... wish someone would make a 5.1 aggressive mix of Radiohead's albums available. OK Computer would be a satisfactory place to start... watch your feet for cracks in the pavement. (phew for a minute i lost myself ;)

And, the 5.1 mix on Sea Change is very very good! Nice, mellow music IMO.

Post by Wilhelm—Xu Zhong-Rui July 14, 2014 (4 of 5)
Pardon Brett,

I trust that you're well :)

Speaking of "stream... Thom's good friend announced :
PJ Harvey made her Royal Albert Hall debut on October 30, 2011, with her live band featuring John Parish, Mick Harvey, Jean-Marc Butty, and guests Terry Edwards and Mike Kearney. The concert, which was filmed by LoveLive, was part of the ‘Let England Shake’ tour, and can be streamed now in HD at

Well, a lot of content remains stereo... I'm happy having chosen the, not available in Japan, Marantz Consolette for... And, similarly, still wanting the higher-end NA-11S1, or their soon to be released...

But back to Radiohead, seen ? Or of Beck's [abandoned] official Vimeo channel ?

Will write of 5.1 another time

Post by Lute July 14, 2014 (5 of 5)
Wilhelm—Xu Zhong-Rui said . . . .

where the hell im going?? at 1000 feet per second.

************* man...
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, slow ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, down

Thanks for the links! I've started listening to PJ Harvey's concert. She's new to me, but I like her music a lot!

The video to Radiohead is marvelous ... The Wicker Man meets Slipknot in Summerisle. LOL ;)

[ I would love Slipknot in hirez surround audio. Antennas to Hell has a DVD with decent surround. I believe they have a concert video on Blu-ray. Your thoughts? ]

Peace, Brett