Disco was beginning it's dominant run on the charts, but Monster Rock reigned supreme. So it came as no surprise when punk reared its angry head and shook its indignant fists at us all just a year later.
In this excerpt from KEF – Fifty Years of Innovation (published 2011), former KEF engineer Laurie Fincham talks about the idea that became the Uni-Q.
KEF’s heralded LS50W and Blade are just two examples of our cutting edge development in a quest for the perfect musical experience in your own home.
Whether you realize it or not, most of the music you grew up with (whether it was new to you or on your parent’s stereo) owes much of its sound to the BBC and KEF.
Gregg Allman fans will surely love this album, but music fans and other humans who are simply passing through on their way to somewhere else might want to take some time and listen to what’s being said here.