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This week I’m going to de-construct the soundstage on Paul Simon’s groundbreaking 1986 hit You Can Call Me Al. I used a pair of KEF R900’s powered by a Parasound J1/J2 monoblock/preamp pairing and a Musical Fidelity A1008 CD player.

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I'm this guy: When I buy an album the first thing I look at when I read the liner notes is the production credits. This goes way back with me as I always felt a deeper kinship with music when I had an idea of where, how, when and by whom a set of songs was produced.

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Bohemian Rhapsody is the iconic hit from Queen’s 1975 album A Night At the Opera (EMI, produced by Roy Thomas Baker).

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A large part of my job is figuring out ways to tell people that quality sound is important, but I also believe you can enjoy a cheap pair of earbuds as well as a $50,000 system. Heresy, I know, but it’s a matter of degrees.

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This year will be the best year for vinyl sales in a long, long time. Total vinyl sales in 1993 were around 250,000 units (in the US), and will top out a little over 6 million this year.

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