Additional Impressions and thoughts on Sowing the Seeds of Love
Had a chance to swap the RUBY
for the EDDIE
Everything I said about the RUBY
is clearly present in the EDDIE
, but with the following (expected) qualities or improvements:
1) The EDDIE has a LARGER Soundstage
2) The EDDIE has a greater Sense of SPACE
3) The EDDIE has deeper and stronger BASS
4) The EDDIE has a greater sense of DYNAMIC Sonic STRENGTH
These are all qualities one would EXPECT in a larger Speaker, with more and larger Drivers.
Further Comments on Sowing the Seeds of Love
While it is still hard for me to beleive, I am touting this as a Reference Cut
, it is CLEARLY Demonstrative of a System's Ability to Reproduce a COMPLEX Highly Engineered Recording.
Upon listening with the EDDIES
, I was STILL taken by the incredible LAYERS OF SOUND
, and how, even though they are WOVEN into a Glorious WALL OF Textured SOUND
, that EACH individual sound (instruments and voices) is CLEAR and DISTINCT in its own place in the soundstage.
All you have to do is just LISTEN and hear the "part" which makes up the "sum" Sonically. WOW!
This time through I listened even closer, and clearly heard the following:
Main Vocals, Back Up Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Bass Drum, Snare Drum, All three Tom Toms, at least three cymbals, triangles, Trumpets, Trombones, Tuba, Violins, Cellos, Synthesizers in various modes including Wurlitzer Organ, Clarinets, Saxophone, Bassoon, and more that I have not noted.
This is a COMPLEX Melody and shows the song writing and arranging talent of the people who produced and engineered it.
Now if my gushing over this Cut is confusing, it may be that you either really DON'T Like the group and style, or that your system doesn't allow you to hear all these INCREDIBLE Sonic qualities
I would also submit, that in order to really hear a cut and its qualities, it may take a few listening sessions to allow you to let the SOUL of the cut
to wash over you. If you like the Beatles, and or the Bee Gees, it has some of those GENES.
Enjoy, I have many more to come