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  1. #4821
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    A 264 track jazz playlist from Qobuz containing a bunch of albums I don't own, notably Coltrane '58 and a bunch of other stuff. Renting music is pretty cool.
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  2. #4822
    Quote Originally Posted by Fahzz View Post
    A 264 track jazz playlist from Qobuz containing a bunch of albums I don't own, notably Coltrane '58 and a bunch of other stuff. Renting music is pretty cool.
    Renting music is cool, but buying music is better.

    Can you share the Qobuz id? Or URL?

  3. #4823
    I subscribe to two music magazines. One is The Wire, which covers my tastes in experimental music. The other is Mojo, which is a bit of a counterpart! Anyway, the new issue of Mojo dropped today, and features an article on Kid A by Radiohead, an album I'd not listened to before. I had (and still have) a copy of OK Computer, which I've never really liked, so I guess that's why I never picked up a copy of Kid A. Twenty years on, I've finally played it (via Spotify) and find I rather like it. So that's good. And the cover CD is pretty good, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeroen2 View Post
    Renting music is cool, but buying music is better.

    Can you share the Qobuz id? Or URL?
    Qobuz is a streaming service like Spotify and Tidal.

    https://www.qobuz.com/us-en/discover
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    I subscribe to two music magazines. One is The Wire, which covers my tastes in experimental music. The other is Mojo, which is a bit of a counterpart! Anyway, the new issue of Mojo dropped today, and features an article on Kid A by Radiohead, an album I'd not listened to before. I had (and still have) a copy of OK Computer, which I've never really liked, so I guess that's why I never picked up a copy of Kid A. Twenty years on, I've finally played it (via Spotify) and find I rather like it. So that's good. And the cover CD is pretty good, too.

    Robert
    That's beauty of these services, You can try before you buy. I also tried to like Radiohead twenty years ago, but never got converted. Maybe I'll give it another spin.

    That Coltrane '58 set that I mentioned is priced (ironically) around $58.00. I'd never buy it blind or based on reviews. Coltrane did a lot of things, and some of them don't appeal to me. It's still an investment even though it's excellent.

    Also the big advances with LMS 8 and Qobuz integration are A. no ripping, and B. NO TAGGING. Given that this collection is a compilation that's a lot of wasted time avoided.
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    Dining Room: KEF Q100's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    I subscribe to two music magazines. One is The Wire, which covers my tastes in experimental music. The other is Mojo, which is a bit of a counterpart! Anyway, the new issue of Mojo dropped today, and features an article on Kid A by Radiohead, an album I'd not listened to before. I had (and still have) a copy of OK Computer, which I've never really liked, so I guess that's why I never picked up a copy of Kid A. Twenty years on, I've finally played it (via Spotify) and find I rather like it. So that's good. And the cover CD is pretty good, too.

    Robert
    That's beauty of these services, You can try before you buy. I also tried to like Radiohead twenty years ago, but never got converted. Maybe I'll give it another spin.

    That Coltrane '58 set that I mentioned is priced (ironically) around $58.00. I'd never buy it blind or based on reviews. Coltrane did a lot of things, and some of them don't appeal to me. It's still an investment even though it's excellent.

    Also the big advances with LMS 8 and Qobuz integration are A. no ripping, and B. NO TAGGING. Given that this collection is a compilation that's a lot of wasted time avoided.
    Living Room: Pi3 w/Allo Digione Player (Wired), Max2Play w/LMS Server 8.0 and SqueezeLite
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    Dining Room: KEF Q100's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy Bob View Post
    I subscribe to two music magazines. One is The Wire, which covers my tastes in experimental music. The other is Mojo, which is a bit of a counterpart! Anyway, the new issue of Mojo dropped today, and features an article on Kid A by Radiohead, an album I'd not listened to before. I had (and still have) a copy of OK Computer, which I've never really liked, so I guess that's why I never picked up a copy of Kid A. Twenty years on, I've finally played it (via Spotify) and find I rather like it. So that's good. And the cover CD is pretty good, too.

    Robert
    You might be unique in preferring Kid A to OK Computer. You'll be saying you like The King Of Limbs next

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  8. #4828
    Quote Originally Posted by Fahzz View Post
    Also the big advances with LMS 8 and Qobuz integration are A. no ripping, and B. NO TAGGING. Given that this collection is a compilation that's a lot of wasted time avoided.
    I frequently find that tags on music files I've bought don't match other files in my collection. I always review the tags, and generally edit them before adding the files to my server.

    Robert
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  9. #4829
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    I listened to this on the TV BBC Sounds app, using RF Headphones, impressive in many senses.

    Should be available on the iPlayer or BBC sounds App.

    Edit: I've actually watched it twice now.
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  10. #4830
    Quote Originally Posted by Fahzz View Post
    Qobuz is a streaming service like Spotify and Tidal.
    Yes, I subscribe to that. But I was curious about the playlist you mentioned. When you open the playlist in your browser, the ID is the numbers at the end of the URL in the address bar.

    This is an example of a playlist I like:
    https://play.qobuz.com/playlist/3728562

    (you can use that number in the search box in LMS to play it there)

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