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I won my auction too! My first DCC disc is on it's way...

Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by Phil Elliott, Jan 16, 2004.

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  1. Phil Elliott

    Phil Elliott Forum Resident Thread Starter

    ...and the first DCC disc in my collection will be:



    Highway 61 Revisited.



    I already have some Dylan, and "Highway" seems an appropriate introduction to these DCC things :) . I'm pleased I manged to bag this; it was my second attempt. I lost out on getting this disc with 5 seconds to go the previous evening. This time I sent my bid in with 10 seconds to spare (and I did it manually).

    I think A Night At The Opera could be next, this was the first CD I ever bought....
     
  2. poweragemk

    poweragemk Old Member

    Location:
    CH
    Fantastic disc. Honestly, hugely improved. I paid a pile for mine and don't feel gouged at all. ANATO is great, too, and can be had more cheaply than HWY 61...
    After that, I recommend either Hotel California or Steve Miller's GH, if you like either of those...after that, you'll be hooked and getting them all :D
     
  3. Phil Elliott

    Phil Elliott Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Kinda wish you hadn't said that :laugh: But I'm also gald you did.
     
  4. Dave

    Dave Esoteric Audio Research Specialistâ„¢

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    Way to go Phil! :righton: This was my very first introduction to DCC as well.

    *WARNING* Repeated loud listenings may cause addiction to quality sound. :D
     
  5. JonUrban

    JonUrban SHF Member #497

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    Now you did it! :D
    So much for the 401K plan!!

    Welcome to the club, prepare for more great tunes....
     
  6. Phil Elliott

    Phil Elliott Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Gald? Make that Glad.
     
  7. Joe Koz

    Joe Koz Prodigal Bone Brotherâ„¢ In Memoriam

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    Congrat's Phil, you are going to love this disc!
     
  8. mudbone

    mudbone Gort Annaologist

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  9. Parkertown

    Parkertown No account neighbor, I refuse to mow my lawn

    I'm very gald for you. :edthumbs:
     
  10. bartels76

    bartels76 Forum Hall Of Fame

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    There's no turning back now!
     
  11. teaser5

    teaser5 Cool Rockin' Daddy

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    Good first choice that Dylan. Now I think you should probably get yourself a copy of Steve's DCC gold disc "Goodbye" by Cream. You don't want to miss their version of that classic tune "I'm So Gald".

    :edthumbs:
    Norm
     
  12. Dave

    Dave Esoteric Audio Research Specialistâ„¢

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    Wow, you must be tired Norm. Steve didn't do the "Goodbye" album or "I'm So Glad", that is unless it's one of the bonus tracks on the US. pressing of "Wheels Of Fire". "Goodbye" however was was done by MFSL.
     
  13. teaser5

    teaser5 Cool Rockin' Daddy

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    Thanks Dave:
    Gald you pointed that out to me.
    Better crash
    Cheerz-
    Norm
     
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