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I have a turntable and a nice record collection, mostly LP's from the 60's & early 70's.

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My aim is to make rare stuff (in glorious mono or sometimes stereo) publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.

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Thursday, June 25, 2020

The Rolling Stones - The Best Of The Boots 1963-70 [A Prof. Stoned Compilation]

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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63 comments:

Noises From Apt 2A said...

Ok Prof ... Now you're making me cry with utter joy. Thanks for cherry picking the plums from the boots to make a coherent listenable collection.

Anonymous said...

Masterfully done once again Prof!!

SonicTemplar said...

Thanks for the education, professor!

warpig said...

Always fantastic stuff!! Thank you very much.

rowland said...

Thanks a lot Prof. Appreciated.

Anonymous said...

so cool
thank you

Anonymous said...

Thank you kindly profstoned. Your work is well appreciated.

anchovyarchives said...

Very nice ........again !!
Thank you Prof
AA

Unknown said...

really love your comps!
thank you very much, dear prof :)

Unknown said...

Thanks so very much Prof. Stoned...this is being to be great!!

Gummo said...

Always interested in "new" versions of this stuff! Thanks, Prof!

Anonymous said...

Really looking forward to this. Thanks for putting this together.

amacoz said...

Many thanks Prof.

Lawrence said...

All I can say is amazing

Spitfire said...

Very cool. Thanks

Unknown said...

A truly superior effort Prof! These tracks sound better than I've ever heard them. Any chance you'd do the entire Necrophilia album someday? That would be amazing!

Anonymous said...

Thx a bunch for your hard work! ;)

Yves-Pierre said...

Thanks a lot for your hard work, really appreciated !

archibaldjleach said...

Thank YOU Prof !!

Anonymous said...

many thanks great sound.

YankeeBoy said...

Wow!!!!!! Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Exceptional, as ever. Thanks very much, Prof.

Dubley

Anonymous said...

I truly feel in love with your work and this blog! THANK YOU, PROF!

Schooner333 said...

Thanks for sharing Prof, always enjoy your work.

Gummo said...

Listened to the whole thing and the clarity and detail you're able to tease out of these 50 year old recordings is amazing.

If I have any quibble at all, it's that you used the edited version of Still a Fool - the original 9+ minute version is one of my all-time favorite Stones tracks!

Thanks again.

Prof. Stoned said...

And here I was, believing I did everyone a favor with that, hahaha.

Ian Coe said...

Prof., you're spoiling us now!

Anonymous said...

Amazing. You're the gift that keeps giving.
Thank you.

Unknown said...

Thank you so much, Prof. This is a GREAT compilation!!!

Anonymous said...

many thanks for this. truly outstanding. Being greedy, would it be possible to create a proper outtake album of exile on main st. The official expanded edition was truly appalling. Why did MJ decide to overdub new vocals? Love to hear a good version of the acoustic take of All Down The Line.

Gummo said...

Prof. Stoned: LOL!

Still lovin' it!

LonChes said...

Thank you!

marmalade said...

Cheers Prof.

Anonymous said...

Another gem... thank you!

iggyd said...

Awesome Compilation! I'm a pretty big Stones fan so I have most of this stuff on other comps-But it never sounded this good! Also having the best of the boots in a nice package means I'll listen to this over and over again.

beatmichael said...

I tip my summer cap in your direction. Gracias, amigo.

jimmie d said...

Awesome collection. Sounds great! Thanks for posting.

Anonymous said...

Great Collection, how about a Volume 2 1972 -
Thanks

Captain Acid said...

Thanks Prof.

Andy B. said...

Awesome! Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

Thanks again!

gerard fagot said...

Big Great Collection and sound. Thank you again!

Silvio said...

Am I allowed to shed a tear while I say thank you? Cheers...

Schmitty76 said...

Thank you for all your hard work, Prof!

Anonymous said...

Thank you - some good looking stuff here!

Hadacol said...

Thank you Sir!

Nappyrags said...

Mucho thanks Professor!!!

Kelhard said...

Wow Prof and JWB, this is wonderful. LOVE IT! Best Of the best! Many thank you's. Did our friend lukpac have any input?

Bartleby said...

Prof, thanks for this and all you do. You provide a public service for all us poor folks that don't have the talent, time, equipment and sources to put together these fantastic collections. Nothing makes my day like coming to the blog and finding something new. Thanks!

WF said...

As always, fantastic work. Thank you

Anonymous said...

Hartelijk bedankt Menno (en JWB en Lukpac)

gen. buck turgidson said...

i appreciate your generosity!

Arne67 said...

Thank you very much for this! It was especially interesting to listen to different takes and mixes of the late 60s songs!

sonharte said...

Marvelous work, as ever.

Mark said...

Sir, you're doing God's work. Thank you so much for making these available!

James said...

Great collection! Thanks for compiling and remastering these recordings.

Paul Redbeard said...

Magnificent!! Many thanks, Paul

fieldhippies of america said...

Wow!Fantastic compilation. Many thanks!

nwt679 said...

Fantastic. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Prof Stoned = N. 1
Super cool ! !! !!!

Anonymous said...

It's been a while since I was here to reap the benefits of your efforts. Sincere thanks to you. All of it is great, but in particular Baby What's Wrong, Lookin Tired, and especially Roll Over Beethoven are such joys to listen to!

progrockfan said...

Yet another gem from Prof. Stoned. I cannot thank you enough for all that you do.

cgm said...

Thanks for this tremendous compilation. Just what the doctor ordered in these times, prof.

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