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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.

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Friday, July 6, 2012

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (1965) Orig. US Mono + 5 Bonus
























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21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Swooooon. :D Nice to see another one of the fruits of your labors here, and so soon, too. I know that aksman (on Avax) ripped some Paul Butterfield, but those were the Sundazed stereo reissues.

(Interracial, indeed. I see not one, but TWO black men there! Makin' progress, America, but it would take a funky band from San Francisco to push that notion to the forefront...)

-Vic

Prof. Stoned said...

Ah yes, Sly & Co. Been gettin' more into his works as off late. Maybe -who knows- I'll find a clean copy of the mono "A Whole New Thing" one day.

CarlV said...

This sounds great, thank you!

Anonymous said...

Ooh! Didn't know you were a fan of theirs. I truly hope you have good luck with that. With mono copies of Sly/Fam's first two LPs being very hard to find, I've given up on that idea for now.

I've put more thought into my other idea, having a compilation of their mono 45s made. That seems more doable, IMO, as they're much more common on eBay (in fair condition, too). Plus, some of the 45 mixes have actually seen CD release, in great quality, too, no less (thank you Sony & Rhino). I don't have any actual way to get this done, however, it's just been an intense thought process and not much else. Maybe one day...

-Vic

bventure said...

Fantastic! One of my favorite albums ever, I have an ancient battered vinyl I bought when it was first released, it will be great to hear it properly again. Saw them a couple of times in Manchester (UK) in '66 (2 gigs at different venues in one night actually!), they were just amazing.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much!

CarlV said...

Great album, great band. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Is this the only Paul Butterfield Blues Band album to be released in mono?

Anonymous said...

I've been aching to hear this for a long time. ANy chance of putting it somewhere other than r@pidsh@re? Five hours and it's only half downloaded!--Bill

anon'n'on said...

thanks, have you heard of a online and brick store called "the record collector" in bordentown nj. i visited last holidays and they have tons. also have shows there a couple nights a week . cool vibe w/ all the vinyl on the walls..

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to say thanks for all the hard work you do for us bringing us these rare and hard-to-find mono mixes!

Anonymous said...

First, I want to say thank you for so many great albums. I find stuff here I can't find anywhere else. Any chance you could post this on filefactory? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Well, I don't know if I did something wrong yesterday or you are just quick in fixing the link, but I got it today from filecloud. Thank you.

Rev. Dr. Moller. MDMA, THC and BAR. said...

Thank you once again.

Anonymous said...

Another great one. Very clean transfer. I can't believe you were the first one to actually play this gem. Thank you again for your hard work.

Anonymous said...

Download links are down. Would love to hear this in mono :)

hobodbag said...

thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you very, very much professor!

Anonymous said...

Recently discovered the delights of Mr Butterfield,thanks a lot.

biginedinburgh said...

Well I loved the stereo mix for years, but... did my ears did not know what they were missing! Prof, thank you for this amazing rip of a lovely clean sounding pressing - detailed, punchy and direct. On Blues With A Feeling, Bloomfield's guitar never sounded better for me... what quicksilver fingerwork. What a tight unit - superb musicianship - almost the perfect debut. The mono mix is much better - my go to version now. Thank you again ;)

Anonymous said...

Thank you profstoned. Excellent job.
dr blues

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