Hi-Rez & CD Quality downloads of long-lost MONO mixes and other curiosa, meticulously restored from the best sources. Hendrix, The Who, Beatles, Love, Mothers, Stones, Them, The Dead, etc. Free for All!
Who? Retired sound engineer who loves music from the 60's & early 70's.
What? My aim is to make rare stuff publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.
Thanks very much for this gem. Your work is always fantastic.ReplyDelete
Thanks Professor. You're rips usually become my Go To version. Thanks for doing my favorite Dead LP.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much, love the first Dead!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for this Dead!ReplyDelete
I have to admit I was somewhat puzzled when the "deluxe edition" came out not too long ago and didn't include the mono mix. Makes coming across your excellent transfer a great remedy for their omission. Thanks for posting. Best, JamesReplyDelete
While the concert on the deluxe edition was fine enough, passing over the opportunity to remaster the mono mix was a huge oversight in my book. That, and claiming the remix of Aoxomoxoa and Anthem of the Sun as the original mixes for the official download is unforgivable. I had always thought better of the Dead's mastering, and they had performed fabulously up to that point. Thank you Prof for getting this mono mix to us in such premium quality. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for this. It certainly beats the stereo version.ReplyDelete
Yeah, my favourite Dead album !!! Thanks for such a HQ piece of music and work. CausingerReplyDelete
Amazing work on this. Thank you Prof!ReplyDelete
I've always loved this album and I agree that the mono mix is the best way to hear it. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Mono, glorious Mono! Thanks!ReplyDelete
You've made my day with this one! My mono copy of this first GD album is pretty beat. I will be happy to replace it with your version. And I see Safe as Milk is up too. Great stuff! I'm still enjoying Q65 quite a bit too - new stuff for me. Thanks for all the great tunes lately! - Joaquin AntiqueReplyDelete
Damned awesome, Prof!!! Thanks again for a fantastic rip!!!ReplyDelete
Many thanks, great job , as usual.ReplyDelete
WOW. never had a mono of this...until NOW!ReplyDelete
many many thanks prof!!
Thank you Prof, I really appreciate the effort you put into these great-sounding rips!ReplyDelete
Thanks a bunch!ReplyDelete
Thanks again. There rips are always a treat.ReplyDelete
hooray!! ...a moment of praise for 'good morning little school girl'--great performance from pigpen when he was full-on all the time!ReplyDelete
Thank you for this mono mix Prof !!ReplyDelete
Your work is greatly appreciated !
Thank you so much! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for this gem. Mono really is the way to hear this album. The quality rip is much appreciated!ReplyDelete
thank you! much appreciated!ReplyDelete
Many thanks for the mono version, cheersReplyDelete
Thank you for all the work you put into your hobby, and for sharing it all. I need to tell you though that the links for the two Dead albums are down. Are you able to put new ones up? Would be thrilled if you do. Thanks, bro.ReplyDelete
You've made my day! (By the way, was the single mix of 'Golden Road' the same as on the mono LP?)ReplyDelete
Thank you, much appreciated.ReplyDelete
This is wonderfully generous. Haven't even listened yet. Love the dedication.ReplyDelete
This sounded splendid but haven't made an 8-track of it yet. Really appreciate you sharing this proto-psych (and even moreso, garage) gem!ReplyDelete
Another awesome needle drop! Thank you so much Professor Stoned.ReplyDelete
Thanks Prof,you are amazing!ReplyDelete
Glorious mono mix...and superb rip.ReplyDelete
Thanks again !!!
Wow! This is awesome - many thanks!ReplyDelete
Can't believe they didn't put the mono on the 50th anniversary. Thanks for filling the gap!ReplyDelete
I'm very thankful for all your lovely work, Mr. Stoned! So much lovely listening to do...ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for uploading this. I look forward to exploring future posts.ReplyDelete
your work is worth itReplyDelete
Thank you. I had the debut as a child (9 years old in 1967) and have remained of fan of this album and the Grateful Dead throughout my life. But until today I have never heard the mono mix. It is superb, as is your transfer. It put a smile on my face. Much appreciated!ReplyDelete
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Professor: This sounds like heaven. Thank you!ReplyDelete