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Green Jellÿ – Cereal Killer Soundtrack (TIDAL Hi-Fi Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #punk #metal #rocknroll

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/9/13/green-jell-cereal-killer-soundtrack-tidal-hi-fi-review
For years I have simply loved the song Three Little Pigs. No, not the beloved children’s classic, but the metal-infused Green Jellÿ version from 1993. I like the song so much that I never really gave the associated album any thought. I had originally envisaged that this review would be a one-hit wonder review, but then I decided to listen to the entire album again and I was surprised to find that I truly appreciate the comedic metal and...
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Have you ever come across an album that you love to hate? Well, Foxygen’s …And Star Power is just that as I am continuously torn over my interest in the album. While I thoroughly enjoy many of the tracks on this album, there are some that just defy all logic. In many ways, I feel that this album is perfectly suited for digital delivery, in any digital format, as there are songs that I would simply prefer to bypass with the tap of a butt...
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Carpenters – Close To You (CD Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #music #thecarpenters

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/9/7/carpenters-close-to-you-cd-review
For years, I have been captivated by the Carpenters and the incredible vocal capabilities of Karen Carpenter. To say the world of music is a lesser place for her no longer being with us is an incredible understatement. For me, she was the quintessential female vocalist. Her vocal range was incredibly smooth and immediately identifiable. I find with modern music, that many of the vocalists blur into one another and lack a defined sound...
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Sophia Pfister – Self-Titled EP (Vinyl Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #vinyl

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/7/12/sophia-pfister-self-titled-ep-vinyl-review
Last month I had the privilege of reviewing Sophia Pfister’s debut EP on TIDAL Hi-Fi. While I was blown away with the mastering, nothing could have prepared me for the sonic wonderland that is contained within the grooves of the vinyl record. Well, that isn’t entirely true as Sophia did mention to me that “it sounds way better on vinyl! It's mixed and mastered slightly different, you'll hear!” You may recall that I wasn’t fond of the...
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Frank Sinatra – Songs For Young Lovers (10-inch Vinyl RSD 2015 Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #Sinatra #Music

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/6/26/frank-sinatra-songs-for-young-lovers-10-inch-vinyl-rsd-2015-review
Frank Sinatra had one of the most recognisable voices in recorded music history. He is the epitome of that ‘easy listening’ area, located within most music stores. Plus, when it comes time to turn down the lights, and enjoy a romantic evening with a significant other, there is no one quite like Sinatra to set the tone. Songs For Young Lovers is Sinatra’s seventh album and is rather short with a running time of just over 21 minutes. I...
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A friend of mine, Graeme Gates, will today, Monday 13th June, commence his walk across the Simpson Desert, on what is known as The Madigan Line. His 520km (323mi) journey, through one of Australia’s most uninhabitable regions, will be arduous and equally enthralling, but most importantly his walk is nothing short of inspirational. As part of his walk, Graeme is also raising money for Beyond Blue. Beyond Blue supports individuals who...
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Amy Dickson – A Summer Place (TIDAL Hi-Fi Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review. #jazz #classical #saxaphone

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/9/12/amy-dickson-a-summer-place-tidal-hi-fi-review
I recently had the privilege of coming across this album by accident as a couple of songs were suggested tracks on TIDAL Hi-Fi. Interestingly, the album I was listening to now escapes my memory, but Amy Dickson’s A Summer Place remained in my mind to such an extent that when I was browsing my library of albums, that I have yet to purchase on any physical format, I felt compelled to listen to this exceptional album once again and publish...
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Laura Michelle – Novel With No End (TIDAL Hi-Fi Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #music #PopMusic #musicreview

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/9/8/laura-michelle-novel-with-no-end-tidal-hi-fi-review
Over the past few months, I have once again become captivated by the pop music genre. It encompasses a style of music that was very near, and dear, to my heart throughout my teenage years. Although, as a musical discipline I feel pop music has been overexposed for years with too many substandard performers. I therefore find Laura Michelle’s debut album Novel With No End to be a most intriguing listening experience as she delivers a uniq...
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Victor Cajiao And Joe Cristina – Surrender (FLAC 16/44.1 Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #jazz

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/7/14/victor-cajiao-and-joe-cristina-surrender-flac-16441-review
Imagine you’re at a big city jazz club. The drinks are flowing. The smell of dinner emanates from the kitchen as you make small talk with your beloved while the band is warming up. There is something special in the air tonight. You surrender yourself to an evening of bliss and know from the first track that you will not come away disappointed. No, Surrender isn’t a live album, but it is so exceptionally vivid that I swear the musicia...
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August Rigo – The Fall Out (Tidal Hi-Fi Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/7/7/august-rigo-the-fallout-tidal-hi-fi-review
Thanks to TIDAL’s Discovery section, now merged with TIDAL Rising, I came across August Rigo’s album The Fall Out. Seriously, as a music lover, the CD-store in your home is the perfect way to sample new music and artists that I would have previously overlooked. When I am interested in listening to a new artist, or album, I generally listen to the first three songs. I feel that is where a stellar song will be, if there is going to be ...
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Sophia Pfister – Self-Titled EP (Tidal Hi-Fi Review)

A Subjective Sounds Review #Vinyl #Music #Tidal

http://www.subjectivesounds.com/musicblog/2016/6/24/sophia-pfister-self-titled-ep-tidal-hi-fi-review
Music lovers will appreciate that moment when you find, and add, an exceptional new artist to one’s collection. It is a rare event and is akin to finding a needle in a haystack. Well, I may have just found that needle, thanks to Michael Fremer’s Analog Planet post: Meet Sophia Pfister. Pfister has one of the most remarkable female voices that I have ever had the privilege of hearing. Amazingly, this EP is her first release and to fin...
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My children recently asked the question that every music loving parent wants to hear: “What was the first song you heard, that made you love music so much”? For almost a decade I have waited patiently to answer that question. However, it wasn’t merely one song, but two, that I recall so vividly. Both songs were heard on a battery operated AM/FM radio that I would take everywhere. It was one that had the extendable antenna and black f...
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I have my own blog which can be found at www.everydaymacsupport.com and I am a Co-host of the Not Another Mac Podcast show.
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