for a boomer who wants high res but will settle for whatever res is available on all those oldies of his youth, as well as jazz, classical, and pop? Some of these services seem very awkward to use -- possibly because I'm not willing to take time to learn the nuances.
I want to make playlists, be able to keep album contents together, and search quickly for particular versions or performances of favorite songs or performances from yesteryear. I'm the sort of person who will not settle for a mid-life re-recording of My Boyfriend's Back or a version of She's Not There where the flams have mysteriously disappeared from the drum track, not to mention a version of Rite of Spring that is not the one he owned in 1973.
Thank you for any suggestions or experiences you are willing to share!
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Topic - What's a good internet service - ph5y 16:30:29 06/02/17 (6)
- HDTRACKS to use MQA - Dennis1 09:21:44 06/05/17 (1)
- Thanks for info! Worth watching. nt - ph5y 00:52:03 06/07/17 (0)
- RE: What's a good internet service - PAR 03:13:19 06/03/17 (3)