Video: 'That Far Corner - FLW in Los Angeles'

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Re: Video: 'That Far Corner - FLW in Los Angeles'

Post by SDR »

I can't speak from personal experience, but Storer is the peak for me: the entire parti just sings. A symmetrical envelope, doubly exposed and containing a "floating" second level and an off-center vertical mass---that can't be beat, for me, regardless of detail. (Unless the volume be entered from one end, an undifferentiated side entry is the "only" solution ?)

That Wright was disappointed in the result I cannot fathom . . .

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