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Romy the Cat

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The girl with banjo - this train is never late

Today a friend of my sent me a link. I have no idea who it is, look like an Asian installation. Since it is WE-like system it most likely somebody from Joe Roberts crew, or the similar audio-bullshiters. I am sure that the owner of the system will be writing long post about unique sound, super electromagnets, vitage drivers/tubes and aliment of the speakers toward the magnetic location of North Pole in 1927.  The reality is that if the person play that crap on his playback and make any jug men of the sound based upon this “girl with banjo”  then the person and consequentially any associates with him audio-judgments and steps is  unquestionably an idiot.


This thin is never late and this is unfortunate reality in audio. As soon you see some kind of photogenicly arrange pile of audio crap and as soon you hear the owner self-important pontification about some obscure audio specific than you unavoidably witness a questionable actual result and barbaric music. I been saying for years that behind all of that WE, Goto, ALE, RCA paranoia that so many people adherent there is nothing more than the fools entertain themselves during pastime with banjo’s girl. I remember I was visiting a few years back the retarded Jonathan Weisst in Pennsylvania. He made a lot of talking about uniqueness of RCA but for “some reason” demonstrated laughable sound. As I played the LP that I brought with me (the last movement of Pathetique symphony) he had no idea what it was and complained that the recording has too many violins (!!!).  As you understand I did not argue or explained to him as it was just another typical dead audio-retard with big speakers.

As I got today the above-posted link, just before sound begin to play, I said to myself – it will be or banjo girl or old black man scratching blues. Well, this train is never was late….

The Cat

"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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