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- Sep 29, 2020
Ha, my aunt saw hundreds of concerts back in the day and said the same thing, that they were the loudest thing she ever experienced and that was really saying something! I caught them in '92 at Jones Beach in NY; they weren't nearly as loud but it was a great night.You must have been working like a mad dog Rusty, to get caught up! I know you enjoy surround as much as anyone here, with a large collection in tow. Me and @DuncanS are soul mates in that regard; as we’ve got stacks of stuff, just waiting to crack the seal and hear for the first time.
I was fortunate to see EL&P live in the mid 70’s and it was the loudest show I’ve ever been to (unfortunately not one of the surround shows.) The bass levels were just earth shaking; so when playing their live music, be sure to crank it till the walls shake for a more realistic experience
Yeah man, luckily with working form home a few days a week, I've just been feeding discs in and out in the background without pause whenever I'm able, and when I finally chewed through the last one on Monday, wow what a sense of relief. =) JRiver now tells me I've got 44 days of solid viewing ahead of me. Yowza.
It was also really interesting to see which ones were starting to get a bit finicky (blu rays, mainly) and I'm glad I got them backed up before they might go bad. Lee Ritenour's Overtime comes to mind, that one did NOT want to cooperate! Finally got there though.