Welcome Licorice Pizza (LP) lovers! Setup guides and Vinyl FAQ.
I was, and actually still am, impressed that major artists like the Berlin Philharmonic and Simon Rattle would do a set of the Brahms symphonies on direct to disc. Would love to hear them, but not being an admirer, in general, of Rattle's conducting ( or maybe I should just say I don't have many of his recordings, which might say something), I don't think this is a good use of my funds. In fact, I just sprung for the stereo van Beinum recording of Brahms 1st, which I believe is an extremely vital recording, and the sets of Brahms I have already seem to do the trick - Walter and Abbado, foremost. I also own Karajan, Klemperer, Sanderling, Kertesz, and probably a bunch others. But again, I would love to hear there.
This post is made possible by the generous support of people like you and our sponsors:
Topic - Anyone going to fork over $600 for the Rattle Brahms? - TGR 18:25:16 03/15/17 (8)
- And play it on a Crosley! - RJeff 11:39:00 03/17/17 (0)
- Buy two, and.... - vinyl1 09:36:09 03/16/17 (0)
- Another good set that set me back $4. - rbolaw 06:04:53 03/16/17 (0)
- I'd take Van Beinum over Rattle... - kuma 19:50:19 03/15/17 (1)
- RE: I'd take Van Beinum over Rattle... - throwback 20:36:44 03/16/17 (0)
- RE: Anyone going to fork over $600 for the Rattle Brahms? - ecl876 19:06:55 03/15/17 (2)
- RE: Anyone going to fork over $600 for the Rattle Brahms? - throwback 06:43:54 03/16/17 (1)
- I know the feeling; we've all been there! Nt. - ecl876 09:43:57 03/16/17 (0)