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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I listened to Christian McBride's New Jawn last night.  I really liked it, reminds me a lot of Ornette Coleman, some good free form instrumentals.
@uberwaltz I think it's cool he's been able to pursue something completely different that he obviously loves and find a following.
I have a couple of Blackmore's Night CD's. I wasn't familiar with it and it was not what I was expecting, lol. My girlfriend really likes them. 
Santana - In search of Mona Lisa
I just listened to the Teal Album by Weezer this morning.  It felt like a loving tribute to music they must have grown up with, I really enjoyed it.
@uberwaltz That's a good description for the Teal album also.  I really enjoyed it.  The Santana EP was really nice also, I was wishing there was more when it reached the end.
My new (to me) Audeze LCD4's showed up yesterday!  I'm listening to the Cars - Heartbeat City.
I haven't heard the EL8. I have LCD-2 and LCD-XC. The LCD-4 are the best headphones I've heard. My girlfriend is listening to the remaster of the white album with them right now. Thank goodness she's supportive of my hobby! 
Steve Hackett - At The Edge of Light on Tidal.
Tedeschi Trucks Band - Signs.  I'm really digging it so far!
uber, yes, it's really good.  I've always liked Susan Tedeschi and I also like Derek Trucks, but I've never paid much attention to their band.  That record made me really want to see them live, I can imagine it's a great show!  I'll have to dig into some of their other recordings.
A hi-res remaster of Whitesnake's Slide It In on Qobuz.  Don't ask me why.
Rod Stewart - Every Picture Tells a Story.  Classic!
Just listened to Weezer's Black Album (liked it a lot!), now I'm playing Tom Petty - The Best of Everything (Tidal).
Still listening to the new Tom Petty collection.  Great selection of songs, excellent sound quality.  Also more than a few intense emotions listening to his great songwriting and performing and recognizing what a great talent we lost, as well as the tremendous loss to his friends and family.
Jethro Tull - Songs From The Wood, 40th anniversary Steven Wilson Remix Qobuz 24/96
I'm listening to  DRIFT Episode 2 “ATOM” on Tidal this morning with headphones.
Hard to go wrong with Alan Parsons Project.
Led Zeppelin I on Qobuz.
Todd Rundgren - Something / Anything - Qobuz 24/96
uber, I'm listening on my computer system and have had it at a pretty moderate volume.  I just put on the headphones and gave it a little more volume and to my ears it sounds like a very good live recording.  It's "Hi-Fi" on Tidal, not MQA.
Foreigner - Live at the Rainbow Theater. 1978, the classic Foreigner lineup.  Tidal.
LIttle Feat - Waiting for Columbus - Qobuz
@uberwaltz The White Album has some rockers on it and the Giles Martin remix sounds incredible.  Sgt. Pepper doesn't rock as hard, but the Giles Martin remix is an aural treat.
Harry Nilsson - All Time Greatest Hits - Qobuz
Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland - Qobuz
I've been really Happy with Qobuz. I still have my Tidal subscription for now but I find myself listening to Qobuz more. I'm listening to Norah Jones Begin Again now. 
On to some Four Tet - Rounds 
The Rolling Stones - Honk - Qobuz 
Francesco Diodati - Never the Same - Qobuz 
Listening to some Rush that I haven't heard before after seeing the Rush thread... Snakes and Arrows on Qobuz.  I really liked it!
Laura Nyro ‎– Eli And The Thirteenth Confession - Qobuz
Uber, it sounds like a return to some of their earlier work, but at the same time fresh and new.  
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot - Qobuz HiRes
This morning... Kate Bush - The Kick Inside, Albert King - Born Under a Bad Sign.
J. J. Cale - Stay Around - Tidal. Wow!
Uber - For me one of the best things about the newer streaming services, particularly Tidal and Qobuz, has been the ability to discover new music.  For the most part I stopped listening to commercial radio years ago and don't watch much TV, so my new music discoveries have mostly been by happenstance.  Now I am checking out new music all the time.
Fleetwood Mac - Then Play On
Alfa Mist - Structuralism - Qobuz
Radiohead - Pablo Honey - Qobuz
Kedr Livanskiy - Your Need
Roxy Music - The Best of Roxy Music - Qobuz
Holly Herndon - PROTO.  Trippy!
Checking out some new jazz on Qobuz - You Can't Steal My Joy, Ezra Collective, and Invincible Nimbus, Anne Mette Iversen's Ternion Quartet.
Brad Mehldau - Finding Gabriel, Qobuz Hi Res
Doobie Brothers - Toulouse Street - Qobuz hi-res
ELO - Face The Music.  I'm going to see "Jeff Lynne's ELO" next week and am pretty excited!
They're playing in Tacoma at the Tacoma Dome.  Not my favorite venue, but if you get close enough (which I am) the sound is good.
uber, I'm not a big Black Keys fan (I don't dislike them either), but I really liked that album on first listen.  
The Black Keys - Let's Rock - Tidal