Record tasting in September - very strong music within a broad rangeWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Record tasting when May is still youngWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Record tasting late in AprilWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Bitches Brew's 50th Anniversary on March 30thWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Record tasting in a Korona atmosphereWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Record tasting on a Mother's Day - Close race at the very topWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Records of the year 2019Written by Karl Erik Sylthe
On the last day of the year, I take a look back at 2019, and select the very best records I've reviewed during this year. It has been a brutal process to have to reduce the selection to ten discs - there is an incredible amount of good music that has passed my keyboard over the past year. The order of this list is chronological. Enjoy the reading!
Chicago on a Sunday - Chicago VIII. The slightly anonymous one.Written by Karl Erik Sylthe
Chicago on a Sunday - Chicago VII. The big surpriseWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Chicago on a Sunday - Chicago VI. The first warningsWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
AUDIOPHILE IMPRESSIONS: Recurrence - Magnificent music in Dolby AtmosWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
AUDIOPHILE IMPRESSION: Ken Thomson - Restless - LPWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
AUDIOPHILE IMPRESSION: Pictures & Reflections - different pictures at an exhibition.Written by Karl Erik Sylthe
AUDIOphile impression: Marita Sølberg - opera ariasWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
Audiophile impression - Mozart - Complete String QuartetsWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
RECORD REVIEW: Roger Waters - The Wall. First ever music release on Blu-ray video with Dolby AtmosWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
The Wall hardly needs any introduction, but we can still take a summary presentation for late arrivals among the music listeners. The album The Wall was one of Pink Floyd's Three gratest releases of all times, along with Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here. Some would like to claim that it even surpasses "Dark Side", at least if one take into account the Wall's importance as a political and socially critical element.
RECORD REVIEW: Truls Mørk - Cello ConcertosGjesteskribent
Kristian Ferenc Sylthe is a young, talented cellist. Here is his debut as a guest writer with a record review at Audiophile.no, and we hope to bring more articles from his keyboard at later occations each. Read his review of Truls Mørk's performance of Shostakovich's Cello Concerts.
LP REVIEW: The Dirty Callahans - Never Get AheadWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
The Dirty Callahans have published two CDs before. This time they have chosen to release an LP, and I have listened to Never Get Ahead.
RECORD REVIEW: We Float - SilenceWritten by Karl Erik Sylthe
The Norwegian-Swedish band We Float are about to release their debut album Silence. It comes both as LP and digital download, and I've listened to the digital version.
RECORD REVIEW: Ugler I Mosen - Lyd av en Fremmed. Bergen-prog with character.Written by Karl Erik Sylthe
The Bergen band Ugler i Mosen release a CD with dialect-prog. At least this is their own characteristics, but is it real?
Belafonte in Carniege HallWritten by Arve Åheim
For many years I have tried to collect old pressings of magnificent recordings. I have thought that the old pressings were better than those who came later, simply because they are created by master tapes that were far fresher when they were new, than what they have been gradually. But, here's a frightening experience for us who have collected on the old ones for many years .. About original pressings.