For this event, a small group of 15 comes together at our Seattle Showroom to share & enjoy music. We encourage guests to bring their own music and we’ve partnered with a local vinyl shop, Silver Platters to contribute a fresh music selection every month. Want to know what was played? We’ll be posting the final playlists here monthly. Happy Listening!

This Month’s featured system included:

Speakers – Wilson Audio Alexx Speakers
Line Stage – D’Agostino Momentum Phono Stage
Phone Pre-Amp – D’Agostino Phono Pre-Amp
Amplifiers – D’Agostino ST400 Mono Amps
Digital Playback – dDS Vivaldi System CD/SACD Player
Turntable – Clear Audio Master Innovation Turntable with Goldfinger Cartridge
Cables – Transparent Opus Cables
Equipment Rack – HRS MXR Rack with Isolation Shelves and Couplers

June Music Appreciation Night Playlist

JoAnn Falletta with Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra – Novak’s “The Lady Godiva Overture” from the CD “In The Tatra Mountains”

Guy Clark – “The Cape” from the LP “Dublin Blues”

Peter Rowen – “Deal With The Devil” from the CD “All On A Rising Day”

Steve Earle – “Ben McCulloch” from the CD “Train A Comin'”

Duke Ellington – “Money Jungle” from the Classic Records LP “Money Jungle”

Nirvana – “Pennyroyal Tea” from the ORG Records LP “MTV Unplugged In New York”


Bianca Rossini – “No Silencio da Noite” from the CD “Kiss of Brasil”

Larry Coryell and 11th House – “Molten Grace” from the CD “Seven Secrets”

Jim Morrison – “Orange Country Suite” from the CD “The Lost Paris Tapes”

The Corrs – “Little Wing” from the CD “Unplugged”

Def Leppard – “You Can’t Always Get What you Want” from the CD single “Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad”

George Daughtery – “The Rabbit of Seville” from the CD “Bugs Bunny At The Symphony”

Bud Powell – “Duid Deed” from the Music Matters Jazz LP ” The Scene Changes”

Pearl Jam – “Footsteps” from the 12″ vinyl single “Jeremy”

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells – “Big Boat” from the Pure Pleasure Records LP “Going Back To Acoustic”

Toumani Diabate – “Hamadoun Toure” from the LP “Touman & Sidiki”

Gov’t Mule – “Dolphineus” from the CD “Gov’t Mule Acoustic”

Gov’t Mule – “Painted Silver Light” from the CD “Gov’t Mule Acoustic”

Whitesnake – “Love Ain’t No Stranger” from the CD “Starkers In Tokyo”

Helene Grimaud with Symphonieorchester Des Bayerischen Runfunks – Brahm’s “Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 1, 2nd mvt. Adaigo” from the LP Set “Brahms Concertos”

Jacky Terrasson – “Beat It/Body And Soul” from the CD “Push”

Tesla – “Signs” from the CD “Five Man Acoustical Jam”

The Doobie Brothers – “Toulouse Street” from the LP “Toulouse Street”

Sonny Clark – “Sippin’ At Bells” from the Music Matters Jazz LP “Cool Struttin”

Patti Smith – “Dancing Barefoot” from the compilation CD “Rare On Air, Vol. 3”

Steeleye Span – “Two Magicians”from the LP “Now We Are Six”

Kevn Kinney – “Tell Him Something For Me” from the CD “Down Out Law”

Tom Cochrane – “Paper Tigers” from the CD “Songs From A Circling Spirit”

Cannonball Adderly – “Autumn Leaves” from the Classic Records LP “Somethin’ Else”

The Beatles – “Within You Without You” from the CD “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 40th Anniversary Edition”

Mountain – “To My Friend” from the Friday Music LP “Climbing”

Scorpions – “Drive” from the CD “Acoustica”

Sammy Hagar – “Dreams” from the CD “Lite Roast”

Allen Toussaint – “St. James Infirmary” from the LP set “The Bright Mississippi”

Bob Dylan – “Chimes Of Freedom” from the LP set “The Original Mono Recordings”

Noise Addict – “I Wish I Was Him” from the compilation CD “Sidewalk Songs & City Stories New Urban Folk”

Carlos Kalmar with Oregon Symphony – Antheil’s “A Jazz Symphony” from the SACD “Spirit Of The American Range”

Count Basie – “Splanky” from the Mobile Fidelity SACD “Live At The Sands…Before Frank”

Babatunde Olatunji – “Jin-Go-La-Ba” from the LP “Drums Of Passion”

Elton John – “Spirit In The Sky” from the CD “Legendary Covers Album 69/70”

Lynyrd Skynyrd – “Sweet Home Alabama” from the CD “Endangered Species”

Jon Anderson – “Time Has Come” from the CD “Earth Mother Earth”

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