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 for this gem.ReplyDelete
Thanks for tackling the "Small Faces". You're correct about the reissues/ remasters being on the dull side ... With every reissue of anything Small Faces I have such high hopes but ultimately find myself disappointed. I know like early Kinks albums, the production of Small Faces has a lot to be desired but there's always hope ...right ?!
Thanks again !
After a solid listen I gotta tell ya ... you did the impossible with this album. It sounds amazing. There really was a good production after all.
I knew you were real good but man you are have "ears" and bad skills!!!
thanks Professor !ReplyDelete
Damn, I don't know how but somehow I've missed the info that the mono tapes have gone walkabout (cheers Mr. Oldham...) so thanks as always for tackling this wee gemReplyDelete
VERY much appreciated! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Many thanks for sharing this great stuff from a pristine source and the HQ rip!ReplyDelete
I look forward to your customary exemplary work on a mono of this great title. Thanks, pal!ReplyDelete
Excellent stuff. I'm looking forward to hearing your rip. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I am enjoying this album very much!ReplyDelete
Glorious!!! Thank you very much for this one.ReplyDelete
Excellent work as always!ReplyDelete
great--excited to hear this! charley also has been recycling a grainy needledrop of the mono ogdens N.G.F. for all those anniversary packages they are wont to squeeze out every 2.5 years...ReplyDelete
That's from mastertapes. It's just the way it sounds.ReplyDelete
Thanks a million!ReplyDelete
Brilliant rip! Ta!ReplyDelete
Is this no longer available, Professor? Thanks in advance.ReplyDelete
Fixed. Thank you for reporting.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the quick fix, Professor. This sounds spectacular. Your work is appreciated. Thank you again.ReplyDelete
Thank you! Dank U! Excellent stuff.ReplyDelete
Wow, this really is an amazing album. Get Yourself Together sounds like a 70s pop #1 but made in the '60s. No complaints about the mix or the transfer from me, thank you so much Prof!ReplyDelete