With their entirely unfatiguing
sound, my listening began to
resemble a kid at the pick and mix
counter, and regardless of track I
always found an attribute that made
me sit up and pay attention, be it
Adele’s mesmeric vocal in ‘Hello’, the
foot-tapping rhythm of The Hollies’
‘Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress’,
or the sweet but raspy harmonica in
Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Nebraska’. And
while the clean, revealing nature of
the Legend 40s means they deserve
a diet of pristine recordings, even
a low-fi Spotify stream of Johnny
Winter’s rough-and-ready ‘Self-
Destructive Blues’ warranted a
thumbs up, with its blues solo given
authentic crunch and bite.”

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