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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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Friday, July 22, 2022

Blue Cheer - Outsideinside {Deluxe Edition} [A Prof Stoned Comp]















CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
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28 comments:

  1. I am unfamiliar with Blue Cheer Prof but knowing the quality of your work will give it a listen. Many thanks indeed again.

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  2. LOVE this album -- looking forward to hearing what you've done with it!

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  3. thanks so much! your other Blue Cheer work is my go-to!

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  4. another inviting prospect - ta! - Antonyj

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  5. Thank you kindly professor. I have the Blue Cheer album with Summertime Blues on it. Never heard this album, and looking forward to it.
    By the way, the Pink Floyd album you did blew me away . Thank you for that.

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  6. oh yes, this is right up me street - and got at least one friend who's gonna love it as well - cheers as always Prof.

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  7. Thank you very much. Haven't heard this in years.

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  8. TY for picking this band and album.Has a great cleaned up sound.Dickie Peterson always stayed true to his music and the times he was a part of.

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  9. Mucho thanks for the Cheer! So glad I got to see them in '68 (along with Big Brother) at a park close to where I lived in East LA...

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  10. thank you Prof. I never heard this LP before.

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  11. Thanks again, Prof! Downloading now!

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  12. This happens to be one of my favorite albums. Thank you.

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  13. Anxious to hear. You do good audio work and get good results. Thank You!

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  14. Did you remix the album into mono? The remix seems to have lost most of its separation. The remaster is the best I've heard,

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    1. Read the Prof's notes, Neil. He had to remix into mono.

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  15. Very cool. Thanks.

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  16. This looks wonderful! Thanks.

    Are you familiar with the Leigh Stephens solo LP, with Nicky Hopkins, Mick Waller and Ian Stuart? Delightful record.

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  17. thx Prof for doing your lovely work on this great album, I've got all the vinyl of BC, KAK, Randy Holden, Leigh Stevens (the BC also as Japan CDs); I love the Red Weather LP of Leigh Stevens much more than the Thousand....
    Aoxomoxoa7

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  18. Great work, I wasn't aware of the single mixes, looking forward to hearing them.

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  19. Many many thanks Prof 🙏

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  20. really thank, thanks for this work

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  21. Blue Cheer forever! Always hoped to see Dickie in Sebastopol, but never did and a few months had to have the German LP/artwork. Thank you!

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