what was the last cd you bought?

Went shopping on Amazon over the last two days:

Kate Walsh - Tim’s House

Kate Walsh - Light & Dark

Catherine Feeny - Hurricane Glass

Kate Rusby - Awkward Annie

Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky

Camel - Pressure Points: Live In Concert

Camel - I Can See Your House From Here

The purchases made during the visit in the music store just around the corner today afternoon include:

  • Joe Bonamassa: The ballad of John Henry
  • Robert Plant | Alison Krauss: Raising Sand
  • John Coltraine: Blue Train/Soul Train/Dakar (2 CD compilation)

If you ever visit Helsinki and have some spare time stop by at Black and White. All kind of music available (not so much classical) in CD and vinyl format. 

Originally Posted by GML:

There's some lovely songs on this new Waterboys album. Sadly it sounds over compressed and somewhat messy, especially on the busy parts. Shame.




Sorry to hear that.

I thought the sort of promo i heard a couple of weeks back was quite good.

Mikes later work doth suffer loudness wars more so on cd though.

My vinyl copy wont be here until some time this week.

Will let you know what i think.


Gieseking: beethoven Sonatas

Uchida/Tate: Mozart Piano Concerto 20 & 21

Pogorelich: Scarlatti

Menuhin/Furtwangler: Beethoven & Mendelssohn Violin Concertos

Byron Janis Plays Moussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition

Bernstein/Vienna Phil: Mozart No.40 & 41

Serkin/Abbado: Mozart No.20 & 21

Bernstein in Vienna: Beethoven Symphony No.4, 6, 9

Horowitz: Mozart Piano Soanata KV281, 330, 333

Uchida: Schubert Piano s'onatas D845, D575


Hans Vonk: Staatskapelle Dresden, Beethoven PIano Concerto No.4&5

Furtwangler/Vienna Phil: Beethoven Symphony No.1 & 3

 Pletinev:Mozart Piano Concerto No.20 & 23

Giulini/Philharmonia: Tchaikovsky No. 2 & 6

Looking to hear some new pianists.

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