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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Alice Cooper - In The Danger Zone: Live 1969-72 [A Prof. Stoned Comp]



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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41 comments:

  1. You are my hero.

    Prof Stoned, More like Prof Stoned Immaculate.

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  2. Thanks! Such a great band during this early period!!

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  3. Amazing and very much appreciated! Thank you!

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  4. Thank you so much Prof Stoned! Demux is a great audio tool, I'm guessing it's possible to increase certain instruments volume from a bad mix?

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  5. I can't wait to hear this!! Alice Cooper was my first favorite rock band! What a great surprise. You have made my day. Thanks for putting this together prof! Cheers

    - Joaquin Antique

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  6. Thank you very much! Excellent comp.

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  7. Eighties kid here so only heard the singles, really looking forward to checking this out as I'm a big fan of the other Michigan bands of the era, thanks Prof.

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  8. Brilliant results, always thanks!!!

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  9. Great googa-mooga! I'm listening to this now and it's fantastic. Thank you so much for taking the time to work your magic.

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  10. Thanks a lot for sharing prof! I only have a compilation album of Coop, but never bothered to track down a live recording. This will be it!

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  11. Very good years for Alice & saw him on his Halloween concert. Great post.

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  12. THANK YOU! this is going to be a great listen.

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  13. Thank you Prof!!!
    Muito obrigado por esta qualidade
    Gracias

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  14. Brilliant. many thanks

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  15. As always, your efforts are much appreciated. IMHO, this is the best era of Alice & well worth documenting. Thanks

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  16. Wow! This is fabulous. Thanks Can't believe you like the Coop. btw, Long Way to Go is on the sb from 12/27/71 Pittsburgh

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  17. Thanks Prof. Thought you might be working on something special ! School's Out was one of the first 7 inch singles I bought when I was 11 !!
    Cheers ....... AA

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  18. Thank you for the work. Always interesting. Keep on!

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  19. Thank you for sharing. For those with the ears for it the enjoyment of listening to your work is immense. (...and makes you realise how poor so much released music is)

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  20. Thanks! These were the years when AC was worth listening to!

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  21. Thank you very much, first for the upload, and more also for your work on these recordings. I think we are getting close to when audio restoration may even allow us to remove voice over from audio. I love Alice Cooper, you the man!

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    1. Thx dude. I've learnt that voice-over removal is probably not one of the things that is gonna be successful with this technology in the future (as great as it is). Simply because you cannot retrieve an element from a recording that just isn't fully there to begin with. A music track which is pushed to the back by a loud voiceover is damaged & incomplete.

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    1. Have you considered re-doing your Zeppelin Osaka dealie in stereo? Someone did the 9/29 show and it turned out pretty good. Would be a rocking good time I think.

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    2. I actually toyed w it, but the acoustic and organ parts did not come out right

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  23. Thanks Prof. AC-DZ that's funny.

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  24. thank you prof. for another top-notch offering!
    best, mikeL

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  25. Prof. sez: School is in!

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  26. I love it to death. The AC band is best appreciated in a raw but clear recording. Thanks.

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  27. Hunter Wagner. Alice Cooper (the band) (and the lead singer) was never as good again. Well done!

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  28. I can't wait to get into this one! Songs from this era were just some great rock and roll regardless of theatrics - thank you!

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  29. Wow! This is great! Thanks again for all the hard work Prof! Sounds awesome!

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  30. Amazing. This is what should have been on Old School.

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