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02 / 29 / 12

AT SB-900DF SB-900DF Powered Subwoofer  Atlantic Technology is now selling their new down-firing version of one of its most popular subwoofers to provide greater placement flexibility. By placing the woofer and bass vent on the bottom of the speaker cabinet, the new SB-900DF ($349) can be squeezed into tight spots behind furniture with no concern of its output being muffled by the back of furniture as might be the case with the original SB-900 front-firing subwoofer. The 8-inch long-excursion woofer has an oversized surround and high-energy magnet. When combined with the tuned bass port and 125-watt power amplifier, the system delivers high output levels and low-frequency extension down to 32 Hz (-3dB). Proprietary distortion-detection circuitry prevents the system from emitting objectionably-distorted sound no mater how hard it is pushed. The SB-900DF also has a range of tuning controls including an adjustable crossover, output level and a phase switch. A built-in crossover bypass allows it to be used with external bass management systems. Auto-on sensing saves power and the need to manually turn it on and off. The black-finished cabinet measures 10.875 x 13.15 x 13.1 (WxHxD in inches) and overall weight is 28 lbs.

 

02 / 28 / 12

Gryphon Audio Mephisto Solo Monoblock Power Amplifier  The multi award earning company Gryphon Audio has launched their Mephisto Solo monoblock power amplifier (€84,000). If you get these bring a few friends as all together it weighs nearly 240 lbs per channel! Gryphon Audio Designs of Denmark based the amplification section on 80 high-current bipolar output transistors and a 1,000,000 microFarad capacitor bank. The Mephisto Solo delivers 200 watts @ 8 Ohm, 400 @ 4 Ohm and 800 @ 2 Ohm. Note that these are RMS continuous in pure Class A power. Peak output into 0.25 Ohms, should you somehow be crazy enough to try this, would be 9000 watts. Gryphon Audio's Mephisto Solo, designed by founder and CEO Flemming E. Rasmussen, is built for massive peak current swings into very low impedances without overheating. The external chassis is made with a custom and efficient heatsink profile and distinctive sheen of a brushed aluminum housing. Enjoy the Music.com has reviewed the Gryphon Audio Atilla integrated, Scorpio CD player and Mojo speaker system at this link.

 

Reference Recordings Sylvia - Coppelia With The SF Ballet OrchestraReference Recordings new Sylvia - Coppelia (RR-125) features the SF Ballet Orchestra and is available as a single disc ($16.98) and as HRx DVD data disc containing .wav files with true high resolution music at 24-bit/176.4kHz. Leo Delibes' Copella is said to be a pure delight plus a feast of musicality and humor for all ages. This ballet comedy is joined with Delibes' Sylvia, a romance filled with sighs of longing and the thrill of infatuation. Set in antiquity, the ballet literally places love on a pedestal in the person of the Greek god Eros. Like many popular compositions, Delibes' works, including pieces of these ballets, have repeatedly been used in films dating back to the earliest talkies. His music is also a favorite of cartoon series Ren and Stimpy and The Simpsons. The San Francisco Ballet, the oldest professional ballet company in America, was also one of the first dance companies to have its own permanent body of musicians. By the 1990s the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra was generally regarded as one of the finest ballet orchestras in the world. The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra performs a vast repertory including hundreds of works spanning four centuries of music history, from Monteverdi and Mozart to film scores. The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra has made critically acclaimed recordings of composers from Handel to Goldenthal, as well as five televised recordings for the PBS series Dance in America (Helgi Tomasson's Nutcracker; Lar Lubovitch's Othello; Michael Smuin's The Tempest, Cinderella, and Romeo & Juliet). Conducted by Martin West, an acknowledged foremost conductor of ballet and produced by Victor and Marina Ledin (multi-Grammy nominations) are joined by Reference Recordings' legendary engineer Prof. Keith O. Johnson (Grammy award-winning engineer) to make this album possible. The track listing is as follows:

Sylvia - Suite 40:22
1 Prélude :56
2 Les Chasseresses 4:21
3 Intermezzo 1:05
4 Valse Lente 4:22
5 Cortège Rustique 3:10
6 Danse des Ethiopiens 2:28
7 Chant bachique 2:50
8 Marche et Cortège de Bacchus 7:03
9 Scène :56
10 Barcarole 3:19
11 Pizzicato 2:02
12 Pas des Esclaves 2:10
13 Strette - Galop 2:53
14 Apothéose 2:45

Coppélia - Suite 32:42
15 Prélude 1:41
16 Mazurka 4:48
17 Valse Swanhilde 2:26
18 Czárdás (Danse hongroise) 3:36
19 Scène 2:01
20 Valse de la poupée 2:08
21 Valse des Heures 3:57
22 L'Aurore (Les Fleurs) 2:33
23 L Prière (La Nuit) 3:01
24 Le Travail (La Fileuse) 1:32
25 L'Hymen (Noce villageoise) 1:44
26 Galop Final 3:14

 

02 / 27 / 12

Enjoy the Music.com Android Application  Enjoy the Music.com app users get an advanced look at our March World Premiere review of the Brunoco Audio DiVA integrated amplifier with DAC. In his review of this bargain priced $800 integrated amplifier with DAC, Alfred Fredel says, "Many of us are fortunate enough to have space in our homes to establish dedicated listening rooms. This is where we can "play" and set up all manner of audiophile goodies that make the hobby so interesting. What do you when you are an apartment dweller or only have a small room with limited space to set up your vision of an audio oasis? Well, you have to get creative. You look for components that are appropriate for the listening area that fulfill your needs without taking over the designated space. If you are like me, you also look for products with the best price to performance ratio, since money is probably an important issue as well. It is always great to find products that meet these specifications that offer solid performance at a good value." Enjoy the Music.com's Android and Windows Phone 7 application users can enjoy this special sneak peek this month! Enjoy the Music.com is the only high-end audio website offering apps plus a customized web browser for audiophiles. Android users can download the Enjoy the Music.com Android application by clicking here. Windows Phone 7 users can download the Enjoy the Music.com Windows Phone 7 application by clicking here.

 

44th Annual Grammy Awards Music Industry News 10 Years Ago
We here at Enjoy the Music.com now have our exclusive 44th Annual Grammy Awards show report online. These awards are decided upon by musicians and the industry itself for musicians and musically talented individuals. The 44th Annual Grammy Awards recognize many talented musicians, engineers and others within the industry. Please click here to see our exclusive show report.

 

02 / 24 / 12

Elton John  HDtracks, founded by David and Norman Chesky of the audiophile-record label Chesky Records who now offer a high-quality music download service offering a diverse catalog of high resolution digital music downloads, is now featuring many titles from Sir Elton John. This multiple Grammy-winning legend and flamboyant superstar has over 250 million records sold and is considered one of the most enduringly successful singer/songwriter of his generation. Awards include Best British Male Artist Brit Award 1991, inducted into Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame, 1994, 5 Grammy Award 1986-2000, Grammy Legend Award, 2001, Kennedy Center Honor, 2004, 11 Ivor Novello Awards, 1973 through 2000. Sir Elton John's Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy is listed in Rolling Stone's "500 greatest albums of all time," Elton John's ninth studio album includes the monster hit "Someone Saved My Life Tonight," debuted at #1 on the United States Pop Albums chart and is certified triple platinum. This audiophile re-release includes three songs not on the original release, including a cover of The Beatles' "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" and the single "Philadelphia Freedom," both which hit #1 on the US Billboard Pop Singles chart. Sir Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is his 1973 best selling masterpiece. This seven times platinum album was also his most brilliantly diverse record. Originally released as a double LP, the album runs a gamut of styles and features some of the greatest singles of 1970s rock. See all the great high resolution music on HDtracks by clicking here.

 

Hi-Fi WorldEnjoy the Music.com has just posted Hi-Fi World's Volume 22 Number 2 (April 2012) edition including the complete editorial and table of contents. This issue includes reviews of the USB-to-S/PDIF convertors, Project Stream Box DS, NAD VISO 1 iPhone / iPod dock, Cambridge Magic Plus, Exposure 1010 CD player, Exposure 100 amplifier, Icon Audio HP8 MK.II... and more! The editorial titled Internet Radio by Noel Keywood says, "Interest in Internet audio – audio delivered via the Internet – low resolution MP3 or a 24/96 high resolution file – is spiraling upward. A torrent of products are hitting the market, with a bewildering array of latest technologies shoe horned inside. Everyone seems a little baffled, even manufacturers, by the sudden diversity and complexity of product. Our USB-to-S/PDIF group test this month illustrates the issue: three converters needed special Windows driver software to be installed, but two did not. They just plugged and played. It is surprising that such a large functional gap should exist between rival products, a make or break difference for many buyers perhaps. It's all a matter of writing your own code for a DSP. Manufacturers have my greatest sympathies here – digital audio is cruelly complex." See the complete April table of contents and editorial of Hi-Fi World by clicking here.

 

02 / 23 / 12

Milan Hi-End 2012  Following the very successful Rome hi-end 2011 & Milan Hi-End 2011 show, they have once again organized for the Milan Hi-End 2012 show. It will take place in The Milan City of Italy the third and fourth of March at the prestigious four star Jolly Hotel Milanofiori. The Milano show is strictly two channel stereo only and is said to be Europe's only high-end audio only event. Last year had over 5.000 visitors. The Milano Hi-End organizers are proud to announce this 13th edition of their high-end event. They have paid attention to the quality of the sound into the rooms; this includes using acoustic correction techniques to get the best results out of a hi-fi system. Also, thanks to the fact no Home Theater rooms will be allowed, your listening tests won't be disturbed by dinosaurs or Tom Cruise's walking near you. For further information regarding the hotel accommodation, do not hesitate to contact them via e-mail at this link.

 

Music Industry News 10 Years Ago
The Home Entertainment ShowThe 2002 Home Entertainment show will once again be held in New York City's Hilton Hotel. Both home theater and specialty audio will be showcased while various educational seminars and live musical performances round out this event. Under new ownership by the PRIMEDIA Specialty Group Inc., sponsors include Home Theater, Stereophile publications, and Audio Video Interiors magazines. Naturally Enjoy the Music.com will be there reporting virtually live. Click here to see 2001's show coverage. Please click here to see our 2002 show coverage.

 

02 / 22 / 12

Hi-Fi+ Magazine  Enjoy the Music.com has just posted the March edition of Hi-Fi+ (Issue 87)! This issue includes reviews of the Moon Evolution 850P/880M preamp/mono power amps, C-J ET3 SE/Clasic Sixty SE valve preamp/power amp, Metronome Technologie CD8 CD player, Esoteric C-03/A-03 preamp/power amp...and much more. Within Alan Sircom's editorial titled Engine Of Change he says, "This 'engine of change' means we must face some difficult facts about our little world. I have come to the conclusion that CD will be all but consigned to history by the middle of the decade. The talk is of 'inflection points' now; the moment when an act's sales move from predominantly 'CD-based' to 'download-based'. Each one is different and many acts have already crossed that threshold, while some still have years before they change, and some new acts began life firmly on the download side. The interesting part of this is how rapidly CD sales drop away for an act following its inflection point. The concern for CD-loving audiophiles is whether there is a kind of Grand Inflection Moment, when the majority of acts sell more downloads than physical formats..." You can see the complete table of contents and editorial of Hi-Fi+ by clicking here.

 

Bob Carver Amazing Line Source Speaker02 / 21 / 12

  Bob Carver LLC, a high-end audio company that designs vacuum tube amplifiers and loudspeakers, will debut their Amazing Line Source Speaker at AXPONA. The Amazing Line Source (ALS, $22,000) preliminary specifications are an 8 foot high design with a cabinet of 1 piece extruded aluminum. There will be 13 front firing 8" ribbons and 22 of the side firing 4" high excursion drivers that, in total have a maximum SPL of 121dB(!). Top power handling is 2000 watts and this speaker will be available in May. The AXPONA Jacksonville Florida event will take place from March 9th through the 11th and feature many great high-end audio products. Also of note is that the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra joins AXPONA and will hold some special events.

 

Music Industry News 10 Years Ago
JC Morrison and Blackie Pagano are proud to announce the nyNOISE 2002: an audio design competition. In a complete contradiction of past philosophy and in keeping with the general global climate of warfare and adversarial interaction, JC Morrison and Blackie Pagano would like to announce that nyNOISE 2002 will be formatted as an all-out competition.

nyNOISEProspective contestants are invited to submit entries for judgment by a surprising and distinguished panel of "experts" in various fields ranging from the relatively unimportant to the absolutely essential. As in past years, entries will not be limited in any way save that they are built or cobbled together by the contestant or the contestant's company, and produce audio of some kind. Winners will be awarded a prize and invited to play music through their creation. Losers will be vilified and subjected to the public disgrace of not being considered "the Best" in any category. Deadline for entries will be May 25.

The categories will include:
Most Byzantine
Most Fabulous
Cheapest and Ugliest (one category)
Most Absurd
Most Self-Righteous
Most Alluring
Least Offensive
Most Philosophical
Most Aggressive
Most Rebellious

In the evening, further chaos will be inspired by a Punk Rock/Heavy Metal Karaoke show backed by a deafening Rock Band, and hosted by snotty Brit Mr. Owen Comasky. All are encouraged to participate. As in previous years, Enjoy the Music.com has been chosen as the official virtually live show coverage. Please click any of the following years to see that year's show coverage:

1999         2000         2001         2002

Show Details:
Date: Saturday June 1, beginning at high noon
Location: Arlene's Grocer
             95 Stanton Street
             New York, NY 10002

 

02 / 20 / 12

Aciustic Fields Absorberblind  Acoustic Fields, a specialist in room acoustics solutions, feels that the goal of any acoustical product should be to eliminate the room effects caused by the room's walls, ceiling, and floor. Their products includes ceiling tiles, acoustic foam panels and their Absorberblind. Of interesting note is their Absorberblind, which is designed to deal with windows and doors. Glass surfaces (windows and glass doors) in our listening rooms are a fact of life. The Absorberblind is designed after the vertical blind window treatment. Each vain in the Absorberblind is 3.5 inches wide, which the same width as a regular vertical blinds. Numerous fabric colors are available to match any decor. One can even choose the vain back color, so when your Absorberblinds are closed, one will know what color is visible from the outside. A for effectiveness, these units can have the absorption characteristics of the company's 0.5 inch foam. The Absorberblind on a regular Arcadia door can compact when closed to 15 inches yet when open covers a 7 foot space.

 

Lector Audio Digicode S-192 DACLector Audio's new Digicode S-192 (€4500) high resolution tubed DAC can playback 24-bit/192kHz files. The new Digicode S-192 is based on R2R high-resolution DAC as the analog output circuits are design around the miniwatt vacuum tube type. Digital signals are accepted up to 24-bit/192kHz on all inputs. The Digicode S-192 is also equipped with word clock input and digital S/PDIF output for general purpose application. Digital inputs include S/PDIF via coax RCA and BNC plus AES/EBU via XLR and optical via TosLink. An asynchronous USB input is perfect for computer audio use and it supports the stable KS/WASAPI protocol. Analog output is via both unbalanced RCA and true balanced XLR. The front panel input selector is via sequential single shot by push button with LED indicator. To keep the signal quality high, the power supply is an external unit with LED power indicator. The unit is available with either black or wood colored side panels.

 

02 / 08 / 12

  From now through February 14, 2012, HDtracks gives special thanks with 10% off anything in their catalog including brand new titles. Just enter the code lovehires when checking out for instant savings! This one-time use code expires 11:59pm PST February 14, 2012. You can see all the great high resolution digital downloadable music on HDtracks by clicking here.

 

02 / 07 / 12

AK Fest 2012  Audio Karma Fest (AK Fest) 2012 audiophile show will take place at the Detroit Sheraton Novi on Saturday, April 28th and Sunday April 29th. Tickets are available during show from the registration booth. Ticket cost is $20.00 per guest which includes admission to Saturday evenings live entertainment. AK Fest started in 2003 when members of the discussion board got together at a member's home for a few beers and to listen to a stereo system. In short order, as things go via the Internet, 75-plus members wanted to come. Obviously his modest home was not going to accommodate 75 members and so AK Fest was born. Attendees to the 2012 event may find tube and solid-state amplification, perhaps some DIY components and of course some of the latest in digital download technology. Analog systems will also be used and perhaps event reel-to-reel tape! Systems are generally modestly priced yet there is scheduled to be ultimate dream set-ups too. Enjoy the Music.com has AK Fest coverage of their 2008, 2009 and 2010 event as seen at this link.

 

02 / 03 / 12

New York City Audio & Video Event   New York City's high-end audio/video event will take place from April 13th through the 15th at the luxurious and elegant Waldorf Astoria hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Open to the public, this two-and-a-half-day event is organized by two show-management power houses known for producing high-end home entertainment and electronics shows around the globe: the UK- based Chester Group Exhibitions and Richard Beers of T.H.E. Show (Las Vegas and Newport Beach). "Based on our research, New York City has been the location of several highly successful hi-fi shows in the past sponsored by Stereophile magazine and we intend to bring back the excitement and enthusiasm for the first time in many years. We have already sold half of our exhibit space, and expect to sell out in a few more weeks," says Roy Bird, Chairman of the Chester Group. Companies interested to learn more about exhibiting (or press enquiries) at the New York Audio & AV Show can contact Bill Leebens. Ticket pricing is as follows:

Friday, April 13, 2012 from 3:00 — 8:00 p.m. is $17 (e-ticket) & $22
Saturday, April 14, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m. is $22 (e-ticket) & $28
Sunday, April 15, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. is $22 (e-ticket) & $28
Complete weekend tickets valid for all 3 days is $39 (e-ticket) & $49

 

HDtracks, founded by David and Norman Chesky of the audiophile-record label Chesky Records in an effort to provide a high resolution digital music download service, now offers Marvin Gaye The Marvin Gaye Collection and Talking Heads True Stories in 24-bit/96kHz. The Marvin Gaye Collection by Marvin Gaye is jam packed with R&B hits including "Heard It Through the Grapevine," "What's Going On," "Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)," "Distant Lover" and more, The Marvin Gaye Collection is an essential grab bag of hits by one of the most important voices in 20th Century music. Talking Heads True Stories highlights this legendary New Wave band's eclectic soundtrack. Talking Heads' 7th studio album featured one of the band's biggest hits, "Wild Wild Life" and showcased the group's signature quirkiness. The songs — originally written for the David Byrne-directed film True Stories — incorporate funk, Cajun music, folk and country for a sound as energetic and unique as the band's best work. Find these and much more high resolution music titles at HDtracks.

 

Music Industry News 10 Years Ago
Henry KlossWe are saddened to report that on January 31st (2002) Henry Kloss passed away at age 72. While he was co-founder of the current Cambridge SoundWorks company, his well respected work within the field of audio is legendary. While many consider him a true visionary, Henry was probably responsible for developing and commercializing more audio designs than any single person. Along with Henry Kloss' many industry "Firsts," Henry was a founder of Acoustic Research, KLH Research and Development Corporation, and Advent. Henry Kloss is a member of the Audio Hall of Fame and an Emmy Award winner. He was also a member of the Boston Audio Society (BAS). A few of his accomplishments/inventions include:

-- 1952 First Acoustic Suspension Speaker (The AR-1)
-- 1960 First High-Fidelity FM Table Radio (The KLH Model Eight)
-- 1961 First High-Fidelity Transportable Stereo System (The KLH Model) Eleven
-- 1968 First Tape Recorder with Dolby B Noise Reduction (The KLH Model 40)
-- 1971 First High-Fidelity Cassette Deck (The Advent 200/201)
-- 1972 First Big Screen Colored TV For Home Use (The Advent VideoBeam 1000)
-- 1988 First Dual-Subwoofer/Satellite Speaker System (Ensemble)
-- 1998 First Table Radio With Built-In Powered Subwoofer (Model 88)

 

02 / 02 / 12

AXPONA 2012  The AXPONA Jacksonville Florida event will take place from March 9th through the 11th and feature many great high-end audio products. Also of note is that the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra joins AXPONA and will hold some special events. AXPONA 2012 takes place at the Omni Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida. As the first-ever audio expo and symphony orchestra collaboration, the expo welcomes the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's performances within their concert hall. The concert weekend features Beethoven's Seventh Symphony, one of the "A-list" works for the classical audiophile. AXPONA's Steve Davis is excited to bring the expo back to Jacksonville. "We found that there are more people with a genuine interest and knowledge in high-end home audio in Jacksonville than in cities twice its size. We're also thrilled to include a live orchestral experience in Jacksonville's acoustically superior concert hall," said Davis. Symphony Executive Director Stacy Ridenour welcomes the collaboration. "It is not often that hundreds of audiophiles have the chance to sample the world's finest equipment and compare it with the very thing it was intended to reproduce, the emotional power of a live symphony orchestra," said Ridenour. The Omni Jacksonville Hotel is directly across from Jacoby Symphony Hall.

 

02 / 01 / 12

Review Magazine  Enjoy the Music.com's February Review Magazine is now available and features six world premiere equipment reviews plus many outstanding high-end audio and music reviews. See the February issue by clicking here.



Daily News: Audiophile news updated each weekday!

The BAS Speaker
The 'Best' Loudspeaker: Revisiting Dispersion Issues
Article By Alvin Foster

Sound Practices Magazine
A Day At The Hamfest.
Article By Joyce

VALVE Magazine
Rare Birds: Listening impressions of some collectible equipment.

CES 2012 / T.H.E. Show 2012 Report
See our in-depth Las Vegas high-end audio report.
Report By Steven R. Rochlin

In This Issue... Technological advances cuts both ways.
Article By Steven R. Rochlin

Audiolics Anonymous Chapter 147
Computer Audio and the Stein Harmonizer H2.
Article By Dr. Bill Gaw

Additional thoughts on voltage, current and power drive to speakers.
Article By David Berning of The David Berning Company.

Secrets of amplifier and speaker power requirements revealed!
Article By Axiom Audio

  World Premiere!
Jaton REAL A3 Loudspeaker
German technology wrapped in Chinese clothing.
Review By A. Colin Flood

  World Premiere!
ModWright Instruments KWA 150 Signature Edition Amplifier
Calling out the big boys.
Review By Phil Gold

  World Premiere!
Oracle Paris Turntable
An excellent turntable and practically a bargain!
Review By Tom Lyle

  World Premiere!
Q-tron PA-12 OTL Tube Amplifier
Delivering the full promise of OTL technology.
Review By Dick Olsher

  Flashback Review
conrad-johnson Premier 17LS Preamplifier
The legend continues...
Review By Steven R. Rochlin

  Flashback Review
conrad-johnson MV60 Stereo Tube Amplifier
The More Things Change...
Review By Todd Warnke

World Premiere!
Calyx DAC 24-192 With Calyx Linear Power Supply
A digital source capable of excellent resolution and extreme transparency.
Review By Rick Becker

World Premiere!
Roger Sanders Preamplifier
Resolving micro detail from a music and painting it beyond the outer edges.
Review By Ron Nagle

GAS Audio's Ampzilla II Reference Rebuild
When Ampzilla speaks, people listen.
Review By Dick Olsher

Torus Power CS 15 AVR
Extremely well designed both inside and out.
Review By Brett Rudolph

Weizhi Purity Graphite Footers And MK Audio Pon-Tunes
From Weizhi Precision and MK Audio, two very different isolation footer concepts.
Review By Wayne Donnelly

  Modifying A Marantz CD-80 CD Player
A blow by blow account of taking a venerable CD player and giving it a new lease of life.
Article By Thorsten Loesch

  Modifying Speaker Drivers And The FF85KeN
Article By Jeff Poth

  A One-Tube Regulator
Article By Mike Vans Evers

Classical Music
Fine performances of modern clarinet-piano chamber music.
Review By Joe Milicia

The most interpretively excellent complete Martinu symphonies available today.
Review By Max Westler

Stephen Osborne give us definitive performances and sound in Ravel's completer solo piano music.
Review By Max Westler

Jazz / Bluegrass / Etc Music
Sam Bush Laps In Seven Review By Steven Stone

Celebration of Life Musicians Against Childhood Cancer
Review By Steven Stone

John Lee Hooker Hooker
Review By Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

Rock, Techno, House, etc.
Venetian Snares Cubist Reggae (150 gram vinyl EP at 33.3 rpm)
Review By Claude Lemaire

Shauna Burns Desert Tune
Review By Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

Yes Inside Yes-Plus Friends & Family
Review By Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

 

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