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.
While you're certainly right about the recent CD reissues, it's nice having these too. Thanks againReplyDelete
Thank you for these rips. I really like your style and taste.ReplyDelete
Many thanks for Jimi!ReplyDelete
Thank you chumleyReplyDelete
Thank you very much.ReplyDelete
Prof, Thank you for giving us the always amazing Ludwig cuts with "the Professor touch". As always, your versions becomes the "go to version" whenever I listen to Hendrix.ReplyDelete
The best part of waking up this morning was finding new posts by the inimitable Prof Stoned!!!ReplyDelete
By the way Prof, Love the photos of you copies of Rainbow Bridge, Hendrix In The West and Cry Of Love on your turntable !ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting these albums. Plenty of excellent music to enjoy on these. Not sure if you've heard of the Rock on Vinyl blog but there are vinyl transfers of Nine to the Universe and Band of Gypsys 2 on there both of which are also very enjoyable posthumous records. Thanks again for the great post!ReplyDelete
A mate of mine ripped the Ludwigs of two of these albums and they have been my go to listens of these albums. Having all four by the prof is wonderful upgrade. A big thanks for this.ReplyDelete
I have to admit that I never paid much attention to Hendrix's posthumous LPs. Thank you for the opportunity to correct that.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much Prof! :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you very much indeed ProfReplyDelete
I love the 2014 discs, wish they'd finished off with WH (and maybe even Loose Ends)! But I also adore these rips and will gladly redownload them!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much!ReplyDelete
Thank you for all of the Hendrix upgrades that you have posted recently.ReplyDelete
Once again many thanks for these impeccable files which allow me to upgrade my previous ones.
Thank you for sharing these beloved old albums. <3ReplyDelete
Great stuff. Many thanks.ReplyDelete
These to me are the real Hendrix, being among the first I heard, before they were dismissed as inauthentic.
Doing some amazing work here, Prof. Stoned! Your Band Of Gypsys rip has been my go-to for a long time.ReplyDelete
Amazing work. Thanks for these, Prof!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the Hendrix rips. I've always enjoyed your shares on Twilight Zone and only now discovered that you have your own blog!ReplyDelete
Great post! Your transfers all sound really fantastic. I noticed that the CD-Quality version of Rainbow Bridge consisted of 24-Bit, 44.1 kHz files (I double checked with MediaInfo software). Do I need to down-convert from 24-bit to 16-bit before burning a CD-R? All the other albums seem to already be in 16/44 so Rainbow Bridge is the only one like that. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Fixed, thanks for reporting!ReplyDelete
Yes, you can only burn AUDIO-CDR with an 16/44.1 audio file.ReplyDelete
Thanks from Bangkok, they sound lovely.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Professor! You are THE professor of Hi-Fi IMHO!!ReplyDelete
I know you do not take requests but is there a chance that you add to these LPs the ''Loose Ends'' album? I know that it hasn't been released in US but there are European and Japanese editions. I thinks some tracks really deserve your ''treatment''. Primarily the whole B side (fantastic Burning Desire, phenomenal Born a Hoochie Koochie Man and beautiful Electric Ladyland) and A side also has some tracks that deserve your mono treatmen like Jam 292, Stars that Play with Laughing Sam's Dice and Drifter's Escape), please? Thanks a lot anyway!
Thanks for the updated 16-bit files for Rainbow Bridge! Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
I have these in MP3 nice to get flac. What a way to end the year. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Huge thanks from France for this goldmineReplyDelete
All the best for 2021
ooo lala it just keeps getting better. Thanks as always, Prof!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Professor!ReplyDelete
marvelous wonderful work from someone who knows what the sound should beReplyDelete
Amazing, thank you very much Prof!ReplyDelete
Thank you! Essential and exemplary work, as always, Prof! I notice the deadhendrix blog linked in your sidebar, but maybe this is the place to suggest people shoot over there to read the incredible-but-true stories behind these posthumous releases.ReplyDelete
First, may I please add a ntoe of appreciation for your FANTASTIC work on these albums.ReplyDelete
Second, may I please, er, second the request for "Loose Ends"? It's not a great LP, but there are a couple of essential cuts on there which I'd truly love to hear via the magic of your needle.
Thanks again Prof!!
Looking forward to hearing the orig In The West and War Heroes for the first time. Cheers! Have a pleasant weekend.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!!! From Bandung, IndonesiaReplyDelete
Thank You very much!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Prof. Stoned.ReplyDelete
Great to have these!
I still have my War Heroes LP, bought as a cut-out in the seventies.
I always liked that album. "Izabella," for example, is a terrific track.
Reading the history of these over at the deadhendrix blog (in your links) made me want to listen to the other ones again.
Thanks again for all your work.
You make so many music lovers' lives better!
thanks a bunch professor...i´m enjoying your selections plenty...ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much, sounds great!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Prof. What a terrific site! Very generous of you. Thanks for spreading the music and joy.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot!ReplyDelete
Thanks a million - making my new year here!ReplyDelete
Nice work. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I discover this blog today, incredible work ..... thank you very much for sharing such good musicReplyDelete
Thanks for the Jimi - heard AXIS before I found your blog - think it leaked to Guitars101. Remember really liking it.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this. I had these on LP once upon a time and I'm happy to get them back in high quality!ReplyDelete
I'm really looking forward to these. All of your Hendrix releases have been very clean and have a very warm/smooth sound to them. Thank you again for all of your hard work.ReplyDelete
What a joy to listen to. Back in the day, we had lesser quality systems to play (mostly) excellent quality vinyl with, but now we have much better playback equipment with lesser quality "perfect sound forever" digital remasters that lose the music's magic in many instances. Thank you for connecting us with the best of both worlds - superb sound for our superb systems.ReplyDelete
Thank you Prof. Still digging your work.ReplyDelete