What are you streaming tonight?

As we are in the modern age of music I thought I would see how this fares.
We have threads specific for cdp and tt so why not streaming as it is a modern media.
I don't care if you stream Tidal, Deezer, Spotify, Paradise Radio or any number of internet stations.
I would like you to share your tastes and method of streaming.
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Toots and the Maytals - Funky Kingston
Slade - Slayed?
Can - Tago Mago

All on Qobuz
William Onyeabor - Who Is William Onyeabor?
Mahavishnu Orchestra- The Inner Mounting Flame

big-greg:   Me, too!
James Taylor - American Standard, Qobuz Hi-Res

also found Charlie Parker - The 10-inch LP Collection, Qobuz 
Malik Djoudi - Temperaments.   Not my usual fare but recommended by Qobuz and it was pretty interesting. 
Etta James -Rocks the House.   Qobuz
Blind Ego - Liquid
Mazzy Star - So Tonight That I Might See 

Both on Qobuz.  Really liking Mazzy Starr.  Sort of like if Bob Dylan had joined Cowboy Junkies.  Tell me that “Fade Into You” doesn’t sound like “Knockin’ on Heavens Door”! 
Wattstax: The Living Word
RPWL - Tales From Outer Space

Roger Eno & Brian Eno - Mixing Colours

Qoboz Hi-Res
I think Qobuz is somehow reading my mind.  I heard “Love Hurts” on a commercial and it got me thinking of Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons.  Sure enough, I get an email from Qobuz suggesting their “Canyon Sounds of 1970” playlist chock full of Flying Burrito Brothers.   Spooky.

Nice selection of stuff.   Enjoying it right now. 
Sinatra/Jobim: The Complete Reprise Recordings

Qobuz CD quality. 
Joni Mitchell- Blue

Qobuz Hi-Res
Everyone see the sale Tidal has going on right now? Four months for $4.  
Gerry Mulligan - The Complete Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster Sessions
Radiohead - Kid A
Klaatu - 3:47 EST

All on Qobuz 
Thanks, uberwaltz.   Not in the mood for head banging music right now, but will put Tesla on my list.  
Silver Apples - S/T
Keith Jarrett - Koln Concert

Manu Dibango - Afridelic. 
On Qobuz 

oblgny, nice write-up!  I was tempted to try Tidal, but I am having so much fun with Qobuz on my PowerNode 2i I haven’t gotten around to it.  Think I’ll put Tidal off a bit longer.  
I agree that Qobuz is not as comprehensive as I might like, but it does have more than enough for me to listen to in my lifetime.   I hope it’s selection will grow over time, but for now I can find MOST of what I want and so much new stuff...

I have not had drop-outs with my PowerNode 2i.  Might be your internet connection?  
Definitely will follow up on Linda Perhacs. I do love her voice and songwriting. 
Bela Flek - Throw Down Your Heart: The Complete Africa Sessions

Ken Micalleff posted a nice review of 15 jazz albums to listen during coronavirus.   Some good stuff, some stuff I’m unfamiliar with.  I’ll start with Cliff Jordan- Blowing In From Chicago.  

Bob Dylan- Murder Most Foul
John Mellencamp - No Better Than This

Steve Guttenberg The Audiophiliac a couple of days ago had eight album recommendations for social distancing.   I’m trying to go through the list, starting with John Mellencamp. 


tried listening to Sorry-925.  Didn’t do it for me...

Vashti Bunyan- Just Another Diamond Day
The Beatles - Please Please Me

Brian Eno - Apollo.   On Qobuz
Pineapple Thief - Magnolia on Qobuz

Thank You, Uberwaltz.  
Steve Guttenberg the Audiophiliac had a good posting today.  Enjoy!


Kandace Springs - The Women Who Raised Me
Hhmmm...decided to step out of my comfort zone.  One of the advantages of streaming. Decided to try:

Nicolas Jaar - Cenizas   On Qobuz 

Not my style at all.  To me it sounds like a cat dancing on Sergio Leone’s Moog.    
Onward, through the fog!
Velvet Underground - Reloaded (2015 Remaster) on Qobuz. 
Bet you guys did hear his songs, but didn’t know he wrote them.  I just heard a duet with him and Emmylou Harris singing “Speed of the Sound of Loneliness”, one of my favorite Emmylou Harris songs.  Didn’t know he wrote it.  
Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols - Sex Pistols

Nick Cave and the Bad Seed - Ghosteen


gliderman2m, couldn’t agree with you more.  i am really broadening my listening tastes, and even though I find stuff I definitely don’t like I find a lot of new music and artists I love.  With the help of this forum, of course. 
RIP John Prine.  He has a great song on his final album The Tree Of Forgiveness called “When I Get To Heaven”. The perfect send off.
“When I get to heaven, I'm gonna shake God's hand/
Thank him for more blessings than one man can stand/
Then I'm gonna get a guitar and start a rock 'n' roll band/
Check into a swell hotel; ain't the afterlife grand?/
And then I'm gonna get a cocktail: vodka and ginger ale/
Yeah, I'm gonna smoke a cigarette that's nine miles long/
I'm gonna kiss that pretty girl on the tilt-a-whirl/
'Cause this old man is goin' to town”
John Prine - John Prine
John Prine - Bruised Orange
Kate Tempest - The Book of Traps and Lessons

on Qobuz Hi-Res
Jimmy Buffet - Songs You Know By Heart

Decided to dip my ears into Pineapple Thief.  Listening to “Your Wilderness” on Qobuz Hi-Res right now.  Not bad.  Any favorite album recommendations?
@tomic601, Really enjoyed the new Strokes album myself.  
Charlie Parker - Ornithology

Vikingur Olafsson - Debussy Rameau 

The Strokes - The New Normal

Qobuz Hi-Rex
Tom Misch - What Kinda Music.  Qobuz Hi-Res 

Whim - Abuzz In The Abyss    Qobuz CD
Listening to Fetch The Boltcutters by Fiona Apple as well.   Can’t say I ever listened to her in the past. 
Hal Willner Presents Weird Nightmare: Meditations On Mingus
David Bowie - Changes Now Bowie

Airstream - The Book Of Sounds


Trying to get outside of my usually music choices and try some mellow music.  Perfect for a rainy afternoon.  
Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar Of Wes Montgomery

Pink Floyd - The Division Bell

Qobuz Hi-Res
Queen - Greatest Hits

Qobuz Hi-Res

Doing some power listening today while catching up on some reading. When I retired I promised myself I would catch up on my reading and music. Finally getting around to it.  
Ron Sexsmith - Hermitage

i think lots of audiophiles like Dead Can Dance because it can really show off their systems. I kinda like Dionysius (my first DCD album); it reminds me of Peter Gabriel’s “Last Temptation of Christ” soundtrack. Listened to that a lot in grad school.