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KEF and the Edinburgh Festival - A Technical Achievement Way Ahead Of Its Time

In 1980, KEF engineers and our legendary 105.2 speakers took part in a remote performance for the ages.

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Smoke On the Water and the Rolling truck Stones thing

Today marks the 45th anniversary of the fire that inspired a million air guitarists.

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Acclaimed Producer and Guitarist Fabrizio Sotti on Touring, Recording and the Art of Jazz

Since coming to New York from Italy at age 19, Fabrizio Sotti has worked with an incredible list of artists as a producer and guitarist. On the eve of his summer 2016 tour of Europe, Sotti sat down with us to talk about producing, recording, touring and how he came to the discipline of jazz.

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From Abbey Road to Ziggy Stardust: Legendary Producer Ken Scott Visits the Listening Room

An amazing first-hand look at the inside of the music industry from Abbey Road and the Beatles to today's technology and pop stars. Ken Scott has been at the forefront of the music industry since 1966 and his opinions and anecdotes are a special treat for any music lover.

 

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Essential Downloads - Jazz Greats, Part 2 - The Piano Players

The piano is the quintessential jazz instrument, but it is also the hardest instrument to record properly, and since we are going to be focusing on older recordings, don’t expect a lot of audiophile-level listings here. But just because a song is not recorded to today’s standards by no means it should be ignored.

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Essential Downloads: Jazz Greats Part 1

To many people jazz from the post be-bop era is a bit of an acquired taste, but my experience is once you acquire the taste for it the music doesn’t let go of you. There is so much great jazz from the 1950s and 60s that we could spend a year listing essential music from the period, but for the uninitiated here are five essential songs to get you started on you jazz journey.

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