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  1. Flint

    What TV shows are you watching now?

    I watched Ad Vitam on Netflix and loved it. It is a bit shallow with some far too common stereotypes, but the concept is great and the English overdubbed dialog isn't bad at all. At least the plot isn't typical American fare.
  2. Flint

    What Concert Video are you listening to?

    When a bunch of cerebral snobbish musicians somehow get a massive pop audience in Rome to join in on a sophisticated musical journey. Imagine someone in 1973 saying this would ever take place.
  3. Flint

    What Concert Video are you listening to?

    And, perhaps the greatest keyboard solo of all time!!!!
  4. Flint

    What Concert Video are you listening to?

    She was a true professional who not only knew how to write a great song, but did the best performances of anyone I ever saw of that genre of music. Well, she may still be working, but I haven't seen anything from her in years.
  5. Flint

    What Concert Video are you listening to?

    Nancy Griffith: One Fair Summer Evening
  6. Flint

    Well, now I know..

    All I can say is, most journalists, especially audio related journalists, are simply idiots. About 20% of what he wrote was truth. About 30% of it was flat out wrong and could lead people to be dumber than before. Of the 50% which was accurate, or the truth, most of it had nothing to do with the...
  7. Flint

    Is it finally time to declare the Rock and Roll era over?

    This isn't a debate about you being right or wrong. This is just a debate that is fun to talk about. I don't want to prove you wrong, I want to debate with you in a pleasant way. We are debating, not fighting. And it would be really boring if we suddenly agree and have nothing to talk about anymore.
  8. Flint

    Is it finally time to declare the Rock and Roll era over?

    I mean, that Johnny Cash cover album was a far cry from the originals, yet it was one of the best albums released that year.
  9. Flint

    Is it finally time to declare the Rock and Roll era over?

    Why bother making a cover at all if ut is an exact duplicate of the readily available original?
  10. Flint

    Is it finally time to declare the Rock and Roll era over?

    Another bit of evidence that Rock & Roll has died... In a debate with a good friend about the death of RnR, he sent me a link to the video below: This guy does an amazing job of recording a cover of Jethro Tull's brilliant "Nothing is Easy," making a note for note copy of the original...
  11. Flint

    Star Trek: Picard

    Based solely on your comments, I restate what I said before. Star Trek was never an action show, other than "Enterprise" and "Discovery." The interesting stuff in nearly all Star Trek series were ideas, concepts, allegory, and classical struggles of the human condition.
  12. Flint

    What Are You Listening To?

    Maybe, "Baroque-esque"
  13. Flint

    What Are You Listening To?

    I believe that's called "Baroque-like" or "tribute to the Baroque era".
  14. Flint

    What Are You Listening To?

    Another dead music genre.
  15. Flint

    What Are You Listening To?

    Well, thank you, brother. I've been listening to quite a bit of Power Pop today, things like Jellyfish, Cheap Trick, Bangles, Bleu, Fountains of Wayne, and Jason Falkner.
  16. Flint

    What Are You Listening To?

    You are reminiscing about the past. That is perfectly fine. I also listen to 50's jazz combo music, baroque music, and romantic period opera. Don't confuse comment about a genre of Rock & Roll being dead with saying that period of music isn't great.
  17. Flint

    Audiophools abound

    There is an industry producing new Reel recordings, but they are expensive. Most hard-core reel-heads make their own live recordings of performances they attend, and there's a tape trading community out there (one reason most reel-heads own two machines, to make copies).
  18. Flint

    Audiophools abound

    Have any of you noticed that audio nerds who own a Reel-to-Reel always always own four to ten Reel-to-Reel machines?
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