It's Sunday afternoon...what wax is on your table?

Bobby Darin/Hello Dolby to Goodbye Charlie, Stan Getz/West Coast Jazz, Quincy Jones/This is how I feel about jazz, John Klemmer/ direct to disc-Two Tone.
Dave Brubeck day today. Just playing all (and i have plenty) Brubeck albums.
The rain outside is making such a noise that I can't listen to anything so I'll go to youtube and maybe find some new music.
Nina Simone-Here Comes the Sun and To Love Somebody on 4 Men with Beards.

10,000 Maniacs-In My Tribe on Mobile Fidelity Silver Series

Rod Stewart-Gasoline Alley on Mobile Fidelity Silver Series
Lemon Pledge on the table. I'm a lowly CD guy.
Creedence Clearwater-Cosmo's Factory
David Bowie-David Live
Warren Zevon-Excitable Boy
Charles Mingus-Oh Yeah
Toto-Toto IV
Ian and Sylvia "Early Morning Rain" Vanguard mono, "Northern Journey" Vanguard stereo and "Four Strong Winds" Vanguard mono.

On deck, Edith Piaf "Live 1, Olympia '55 '56" on Japanese EMI/Odeon and Allman Brothers "Live At The Fillmore" on Nautilus (I think the pink label Capricorn is at least as good).
Dream Theater.
I'm listening to the whole collection today.
Mulatu Astatke "Timeless", Todd Rundgren "Runt", Sam Amidon "I See The Sign".
Bill Evans 'Waltz For Debby' on 45 rpm Analogue Productions served with adult beverages.
A 1s 1s shaded dog LSC 2241 1812 overture with the canon front. Very sweet LP with a great deal of string detail as is fairly usual of the Reiner/Chicago Shaded Dog pressings... This one's a treat if you get your hands on one.
Out of Africa reissue on 180 gram vinyl- very nice.
Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Together.
Outstanding Bizango1!

I'm still waiting for my new(old) table to show up on the truck; the first one I've had since the 1970's,so I can answer threads like this one.

Steve O.