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  I just finished reading the nearly 1,000 pages of The Beatles The Biography by Bob Spitz. What a treasure. I’ve known most of their music since before I could talk, in fact my grandmother would always remind me that as a toddler I would play “Hey Jude” incessantly, and […]

Inspired by a twitter conversation with Ian Shepherd “Thriller” by Michael Jackson was the first album I purchased from, and I was blown away by its sound, fidelity, and dynamics.  There is no evidence of any brickwall mastering, the main offender in our digital era loudness war. In fact, if you […]