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VIP at house of blues. In the powder room, a mirrored vanity from Island Home, a giant clamshell sink, and a shell mirror are at home with Mother of Pearl tiles by Maya Romanoff. In the large, open kitchen, Vaughan lanterns hang above the island, a favorite place for the children to eat.
Granada barstools from Palecek. Pool House. Cedar-plank walls, more shells, a driftwood chandelier, and lots of blue give the pool house both a woodsy and beachy chic. Shell artwork from Palecek. Chandelier from Mecox.
Sofa pillows from Restoration Hardware. Wisteria rug. William-Wayne artichoke lamp. The screened-in porch is "the perfect spot for a gin and tonic," designer Kim Coleman says.
What a nice surprise to see you are back with a new post, and at the same time I am sad to hear about that 'rat' still causing trouble to you and I want to apologize to all rats for insulting them. That new post looks interesting, completely new to me!
Thank you!! Thank you I-FE, these are really great and bing back memories! I hope that you can keep'em coming. Bonjour et un grand merci pour cette compilation! Pete Townshend. Wana Nana Wana Nana. The John Schroeder Orchestra. Turnpike Lane. Cyril Stapleton. Love Today, Cry Tomorrow. Blue Streak. Jerry Allen. Jerry Allen and His Trio. Sleep Walk. Ann Farina. The Virgin Soldiers March.
Bummer, sounds like the 93 remaster Popped in the 93 domestic and went back and forth a few times and went right up to the computer and put Toys and the other 3 up on Amazon for sale In the meantime I had tracked down the original Columbia issues of Toys and Rocks I wanted to see if they were inferior sounding to the 93 remasters or????
Well, I sold 'Aerosmith' on Amazon and still had the other three unopened. With my Wife away for the day shopping I had the house to myself, no grandkids, no air conditioner running in the background, just a nice quiet house to myself. Lo and Behold, there WAS a big difference between the two So then I got bored and decided to pop the Blu-Spec on even though I had to break the seal, but this was getting interesting so what the hey Not having any distractions and background noise, and actually listening to the music attentively brought everything into focus.
And this is what it boils down to: Specifically on 'Last Child' the original pressing and the 93 suffer from sibilance. It basically sounds like all the S words and T words have that awful hi freq sound that is like sonic plastic, or fingernails on a blackboard. In addition the Bass on the 93 issue is bloated, by that I mean that instead of hearing a sonically tight bass region where the bass guitar, bass drum and lower end of the spectrum that region sounds like it has been sonically blurred.
Almost like hearing a woofer clean and hearing one with the edge surround breaking apart. It's the difference between a clean Fart and a dirty wet sounding Fart. Sorry bout that example but it does what I'm trying to put across very well. One sounds blurpy loose and all over the place and the other is a tight clean execution of that sound. Also the Treble, especially on Joey's Cymbals Where he hits the crash 'Yes Sir No Sir, don't come close to my home sweet home Sounded Like real cymbals I'm an ex drummer whereas on the other cd's that cymbal crash sounded like hi frequency plastic.
Literally GONE.May 20, · The Easy Project II - House Of Loungecore () Posted by I-FE at Coming from the other Easy Project post and album. I'm sure this one will be as good as the other. Many thanks mate! ~ Various Artists (30) Verve (1) Very Original Brasso Band (1) Vic Flick Sound (2) Vocal (16).