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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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Monday, June 8, 2020

The 13th Floor Elevators - Easter Everywhere (1967) Stereo Version





















CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
pass: profstoned

39 comments:

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  2. Let's try that again (I was so giddy with this latest installment that my typing when off the the track ....

    Well Professor you did it again .... a really BIG Smile on my face because of your successful efforts on Easter Everywhere (in STEREO).
    I've heard of JWB rips but never seem to find them but in your hands I know that the results are a "silk purse" ! ...Cheers and thanks again.

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  3. A HUGE THANKS to you, Prof! This landmark album never sounded so great!

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  4. Great to see you back in action-ty for this one.Nice to hear a great stereo version.

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  5. My dear God! Awesome work Prof. Thank you so much for this, and in stereo!

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  6. Yr treatment of the Elevators is absolutely fantastic...Psychedelic Sounds, now Easter! I'm appreciative of the rips that exist, but if Bull showed up too...hoo boy!

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  7. Bloody hell, I'm starting to feel like a stalker! So, once again thanks so much for doing this and sharing it with us Professor

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  8. Right on! I love this record. So excited to hear this version. Big smiles

    Joaquin

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  9. This sounds absolutely fantastic. Brilliant job. Thanks!

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  10. Thank you Prof. Excellent sound!
    DimK

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  11. This is such an important album, every tweak that improves earlier flaws is nearly landmark. Thanks for the effort Professor.

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  12. Wonderful - the sound the band deserves.

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  13. Very nice.
    My first thought is how much clearer the instruments sound on Slip Inside This House. You can really hear the difference.
    Thanks

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  14. Thanks, especially for the stereo "Slip Inside." The previous "Audiophile" rip from circa 2015 is top notch, but they opted for a mono "Slip Inside"

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  15. There is no such thing as a stereo "Slip Inside". It is mono, as the notes indicate.

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  16. hi i have downloaded but for some reason the file type is not recognised. i have tried converting to MP3 (the shame) but i cannot get my software to d that either ... any clues ? cheers

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  17. Here is your answer: https://www.foobar2000.org/download

    Or convert to WAV if you don't wanna get rid of your compromised media player:
    http://tlh.easytree.org/

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  18. ah bums, i'm using a chromebook and these arent compatible!

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  19. I'm sorry but I'm too stupid apparently to figure out how to download the albums from this fine website. If someone wants to drop me a line and explain I'd be grateful. aperer@gmail.com

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  20. Thank you so much, for this and the Stooges as well today! It's good to hear from you.

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  21. I’m an absolute idiot, so it took me all morning to figure out how to download this — TIME WELL SPENT!
    Thanks, Professor!

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  22. My favorite of theirs. Thank you.

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  23. Thanks, really appreciate that I can listen to this.

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  24. It's always been difficult to find a recording that does justice to this album.Until now.TY so much.

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  25. Gave this a listen on Spotify and like the material, but it was too tiny-sounding in streaming form. This is much better. Much thanks PS!

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  26. One of the greatest lps most folks have never heard...can't wait to hear your work here.
    Thank you Professor!

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  27. Now I comprehend - finally- why this LP is so prized. Lovely rip... smooth clean sound... nice bass... fantastic dynamics compared to record company reissues.
    I am really impressed Prof & co. - thank you for sharing ;)

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  28. Thanks Prof. Your work is genius!

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  29. OMG! I have loved this LP for decades and thought I knew it like the back of my hand. Of course I had only heard poor quality re-releases. This is truly revelatory. Can't thank you enough for this.

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  30. Thanks PS for your work and generosity. I'm looking forward to listening tonight.

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