F.A.Q.

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!

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Simon & Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning 3AM (1964) US Mono




















A collaboration between me and Q; get it and leave a comment here.

17 comments:

  1. Thanks Prof.,

    Always a pleasure to get a new Mono needledrop from you & thanks for introducing us to Q Records as well. I never miss a class of yours at Rock N Roll University! Thanks !!!

    Long Island Steve

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  2. So what finally convinced you to change your mind on ripping this album, prof.? ;)

    -Vic

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  3. Q told me how he had problems with his copy, so I offered to rip mine and sent the raw file for him to clean up. At one point in 2011, I was actually gonna add this to my series, so I had a clean copy of this in my collection.

    I should add, he has done a great job on the cleaning. It's easily up to my own critical standard, and thus bears my full seal of approval.

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  4. ...and most welcome it is.

    tambler

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  5. That is awesome to hear, prof. Now that's what teamwork is all about. It's nice to see you and Q collaborating once again on S&G!

    How's work going on the BotW singles, by the way? (Or is that something you don't want mentioned in public?)

    -Vic

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  6. Awesome as always. Glad to see Q back in the game, too. - OEJ

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  7. Thanks, man - I really appreciate your work!

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  8. just found the blog.....great!

    The work You do here is awesome please keep it going.

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  9. Prof Stoned, I have for some time encountered your now legendary alias on the internet, associated with a re-presentaion and share of a.o. some of the most astounding sounding vinyl-rips of original Jimi Hendrix albums (that I thought I knew by heart, by now), I only very recently through another Hendrix enthusiast veteran, stumbled upon your blog where to my pleasant surprise you also "handle" other artists' classic albums. Of which there are many also presnt in my music library (I'm old-fashioned, still have cupboards full of lp's, cd's... and not so eager to burn a lot..), like Simon & Garfunkel (dreams of songs), Cream, Bob Dylan, Love, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, The Doors and so on. Do I detect a sixties love? lol
    That's great man, thank you very sharing your fabulous works with other enthusiasts, it's a beautiful thing you do... If you one day have the time and inclination I would like to have a chance to one day be able to collect all of your Hendrix works here (or thru mail tintinesk at telenet. com whatever is more convenient for YOU. Bless you and keep up the great work! I see that the majority of those who further upload YOUR work at least mention your alias, either in the title, description, or within the torrent somehwere, so that's good I suppose... or better than presneting it as their own...

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  10. Where is the download link?

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  12. My bad; I also commented about the link before following the trail of logic. Thanks to all involved for all you do.

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  13. apols I now see go to Q. Thanks guys for all this generosity and quality

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