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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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Friday, August 13, 2021

Van Morrison - Blowin' Your Mind (1967) Orig USA Mono

 















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37 comments:

  1. Prof. ,
    Saw that you posted this last night and I couldn't wait to get up this morning to download. Today is gonna be a good day (sonically) and I thank you for that.
    .... anything else you want to revisit from your 2014 works ?

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  2. Thanks mucho for this re-offering, goes well with the recent Them set...

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  3. Fantastic Profe Stoned!!! I remember this rip, I will undoubtedly be replacing it with this new one. Thank you very much!!!

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  4. Thanks much.

    dr blues

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  5. As always, a big THANK YOU, PROFESSOR!

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  6. By heavens, does T.B. Sheets sound wonderful in mono. I didn't know the old rip and never expected this to get a CD release.

    And as usual your stuff isn't just the next best thing. It's reference material.

    By now there is so much stuff where I prefer your transfers over any digital release, it really puts record companies to shame by now.

    I am - and I'm sure a lot of people are - so glad you didn't stop putting out new music. It's always such a treat

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  7. Oops...forgot to say thank you

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  8. [QUOTE]By now there is so much stuff where I prefer your transfers over any digital release, it really puts record companies to shame by now.[/QUOTE]

    That has always been the idea.

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  9. Great album. Thanks for posting.

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  10. love the transfer so much better record in mono.Bought this one in" guys with buys' in Brooklyn maybe 1968 98cents No making love in the green grass " But still beats the stereo thanks

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  11. A classic album that I have never heard in mono. Thank you for posting.

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  12. Thanks for posting! Sounds great in mono. Nice work.

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  13. great choice for a PS release. I have a odd cd set from years ago with a dodgy mix of this lp, and a second disc with the "nose in the blow" lp kiss'off to Bang Records. Really looking forward to a sonic upgrade i strongly suspect will be significant!

    Always appreciate allowances for awesome amounts of alliteration too, but that's just me.

    many< MANY thanks as always :)

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  14. Until now I have not listened to much VM material but this and your recent post have changed that thankyou Prof.......

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  15. Lovely sound on the hi-res transfer. Massive thanks for it, professor.
    Walt

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  16. Thanks, Prof. Always loved the Bang sessions.

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  17. This is definitive mix of that album which was sadly completely neglected by all CD reissue producers. That mono mix is actually sounds like cohesive album with raw nerve and punch. This sounds like actually third "polished" Them album. Thanks again for superb rip.

    Eugene

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  18. Thank you for this. Never realized this existed.

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  19. Thanks again Prof!

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  20. Thank you very much it sounds wonderful. Is this the last new PS release for a while then?

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  21. I had noticed it was 1 year and 1 day since you put up the lovely Who set last year and as you hadn't uploaded anything since, I made an admittedly very silly connection.

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  22. This is a very nice surprise. Thanks for the effort.

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  23. Thanks. In the 60s I bought all my lp's in mono because I didn't have a good record player. All my memories are of mono versions so this will be a time machine for me.

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  24. I appreciate your sharing and your effort. Thank you!

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  25. Thanks very much for this. I've been hoping to find a copy for a long time. Love your stuff!

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  26. Thank You very much!

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  27. I wonder if the uncensored version of Brown Eyed Girl ever surfaced in mono mix

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  28. Thank you. Van's parents used to own a used record store in Fairfax, CA back in the early 80s. I'd go in and browse and they were always willing to talk a little about him.

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