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Who?
I have a turntable and a nice record collection, mostly LP's from the 60's & early 70's.

What?
My aim is to make rare stuff (in glorious mono or sometimes stereo) publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.

Requests?
Generally, no. I select my projects very critically. Vinyl condition is everything. I tend not to work with records that are in less than pristine condition.

Donations?
Get outta here!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Simon & Garfunkel - Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme (1966) Orig. US Mono





















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24 comments:

George said...

You're the greatest, Prof!

Thanks!

аффтор said...

Prof., you're definitely dangerous man - you read my thoughts.
my favourite album of S&G in rare mono variant...
tremendous work.
regards,
a

and S&G Bookends rip also mirrored.
thanks oncve more!

Prof. Stoned said...

Welcome guys.

JWB said...

I've never heard the mono mix at all, so this is gonna be a treat. I'm also grabbing your transfer of Bookends, which I somehow overlooked. Thanks!

Prof. Stoned said...

Welcome dude.

To all; newly made artwork by ‘Q’ has been added as off today. It can be downloaded separately. Look into the RS links.

kepmgesn said...

What A Great Album.The Sound Of This Mono Mix Is By Far The Best That I've Heard In Years. Thank You,Sherri

Anonymous said...

Wow! Listening to this now. Can only hope S of S and Wed Morning 3AM in the pipeline!

Anonymous said...

Honest to goodness, this and your Bookends are the finest sounding S&G I have ever heard. Nothing else comes close.

Anonymous said...

Thanks again, Prof. Always thought "The Dangling Conversation" was highly underrated. I got the whole bunch of Qcumbaman´s US mono rips last year but I`m sure yours will the nicest - het lekkerste!

tambler

Max2max said...

I can confirm, DEFINITIVE ! Great transfer.

THANK YOU

Anonymous said...

thanks very much once more for this and the other new ones. by the way, am i the only one who looks forward to reading the "notes.txt"?

Anonymous said...

Must have been an error on the server end when I tried; thanks!

Colin said...

Thank you so much for this. My Dad had this album and Sounds of Silence sitting in his record collection for years. Both are mono pressings and as soon as I put this on the turntable the sound was so much different than what I had heard before. This was my introduction to true mono vinyl and it blew me away. Unfortunately, the opening track has quite the gaping gash in the groove which manages to leave a very noticeable annoyance while listening to this fantastic album.

Your rip captures that mono sound perfectly and I am so thrilled to know I have a copy that I can go to over and over. I also played your rip over the speakers for my Dad and he smiled and said, "this is how I remember it." haha. Thank you again for the hard work. Vinyl ripping is no cake-walk that is for sure! The long labor is worth the final product though. Cheers!

Colin

D2 said...

Beautiful work. Great to hear it again.

John said...

Prof,

Any chance you might re-up the old version of this (or at least part) that included the alternate UK stereo mix of "Homeward Bound"? Thank you!

John said...

And I'm sorry, please forgive my bad manners... I've been enjoying the heck out of every second of these S&G mono rips for a few months now--thank you so much for the fine work!

Prof. Stoned said...

I don't even have that one anymore!

Anonymous said...

Was not aware these mono mixes would sound so great. It's like discovering this album for the second time, after all these years.
Thanks you for a perfect rip, Professor!

hobodbag said...

thanks Prof!!

Silvio said...

Professor, I was wandering what my musical life would be without your work...I remain always grateful...cheers

Anonymous said...

I can't download this one or Sounds of Silence. It says the servers are overloaded basically, but it's been saying that for quite a while. If you could check on this or do a re-up I'd really appreciate it

Prof. Stoned said...

First post, front page.

Arne67 said...

I really dig your wonderful rips! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

As good as the MoFi SACD is, this takes me back to my living room in the fall of 1966 and hearing this album for the very first time (I was born in 1976!).

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