What is the latest music you downloaded, what resolution and from where?

Bert Schurink posted:

With the above selections from Jazz Lounge, am I being "dim" - how do you download these ?

I managed to see video of Nick Klaman Quintet, but none of the others worked ?

Can one download the music to listen through NAS..... ?

Thanks

Al

al9315 posted:
Bert Schurink posted:

With the above selections from Jazz Lounge, am I being "dim" - how do you download these ?

I managed to see video of Nick Klaman Quintet, but none of the others worked ?

Can one download the music to listen through NAS..... ?

Thanks

Al

It's simple. Obviously you go to the website. Click on catalogue and you get to the albums. Then click on the album and you get to the page. Then you see two kind of albums...

1. Like with Nick Klaman Quintet, only a video which you can watch but you can't download - this is only 1-2% of the collection

2. Then the others you will find a link line in the detail. When you click on that link the download automatically starts. You unzip it and I always also convert it into Flac with dvpoweramp

From Bandcamp in FLAC & MP3 320

"If anyone deserves a retrospective it is Chris Newman aka Delicate Apparatus. I’ve been eager to release something of his on weareallghosts ever since I heard his reworking of Cousin Silas's “In one corner of the sky”, the first track of the first album released on waag. I am delighted to feature on Newman’s reworking on this compilation along with a wide and varied selection of his music.

I find Newman’s work reminds me of Vangelis and, in particular, his seminal soundtrack to Blade Runner. Maybe it’s just me, I am known for my obsession with this soundtrack, but I really like the floaty nature of Newman’s music and see parallels that possibly others won’t." - Thomas Matie 

https://weareallghosts.bandcam...spective-waag-rrl005

Debussy - The Preludes (arranged for orchestra by Colin Matthews)

OK, purists look away now. Yes the original piano versions are still wonderful, but these arrangements (played by the Halle Orchestra under Sir Mark Elder) capture the mood and expression of the originals and at the same time add a certain colour and magic that makes them a very different listen.

Qobuz 16/44 (also available on a double CD)

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