#Morrissey ‘s “Kingleader of the Tormentors” coudn’t sing happier, given this combo: sweet and punchy Pathos amp, detailed Clearaudio Emotion turntable and dry, neutral Tannoy Revolutions. Heaven!
About to spin recently found Morrissey “Tomorrow”, extremely rare 1992 US Sire 12” promo only purple #vinyl record. Clearaudio turntable looks happy with that partner!
There’s little wrong with this partnership: Clearaudio/Grado. DM’s Wrong, european limited 7” red #vinyl.
Recent arrival: Belle and Sebastian “The blues are still blue”, UK 7” blue #vinyl, 2006.
About to spin recently purchased ‘95 Stereolab’s “Refried Ectoplasm”, UK double album, orange #vinyl. Very rare and hard to find item in mint condition! Pathos Sovtek tubes and Clearaudio are more than happy handling its sound!
James Bond, #007 . Japan 7” #vinyl, “Live and let die”, United Artists Records, 1977. Very rare item in mint condition!
Afternoon #vinyl session: “If you’re feeling sinister”, Belle & Sebastian. Wonderfully mastered record. Beautiful sound altogether! Pathos amp likes this sweetness!
About to give a spin to Pulp’s “The Sisters EP”, 7” UK white coloured #vinyl, 1994. A very sought after item! #Clearaudio turntable with Grado Prestige Gold cartridge handle these singles awesomely!
Giving a spin to Gene’s ‘Olympian’ UK #vinyl LP, containing special 12” booklet with pics, artwork & lyrics, 1995. Brilliant album, beautiful melodies! Via Pathos and trusty Clearaudio turntable!
Spinning Elastica’s ‘Stutter’, 1994 US 10” Limited Edition Gold #vinyl EP, on my trusty Clearaudio, using Grado Prestige Gold cartridge. A very golden affair!
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