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.
This is the coolest version of Stepping Stone I think I've (n)ever heard.
Great mix, great rip. Thanks!
Many thanks prof!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much prof!ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing. I always enjoy your rips.ReplyDelete
Hey Prof, many thanks for this. Looking forward to more goodies on your blog!ReplyDelete
You are a wonderful man. Thanks.ReplyDelete
I have been a fan of your needledrops for a long time. I love the fact that you're bringing rare out of print alternate mixes back to life. I have a question since you're a serious Hendrix nut like me, I have recently discovered that the single for Crosstown Traffic/Gypsy Eyes is a dedicated Mono mix for both tracks. Are we going to see this 45 rip from you in the near future? Let me know when you get the chance.ReplyDelete
Keep Up The Good Work!
I was BLOWN AWAY by "Izabella". And its not like I've never heard the mix before, but this needle drop was amazing. Thank You!ReplyDelete
I can still remember the first time I heard this on FM radio (was it WNEW?) when I was in high school, I also recall the stereo(?) version on one of those Warner Bros/Repise loss leader sampler LPs we used to get by mail for a buck. I'd have to check, but I believe it was on the 3-LP opus "Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies." Thank you so much for these pristine transfers.ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting these tracks -- and the other awesome music you have here! Great job on getting them to sound so good too. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the 'upgraded rip'. It's always nice to have a clean, crisp recording by Hendrix - reminds me of my obsession to acquire his catalog on either Japanese or German pressings.ReplyDelete
Aussie pressings were always questionable.
Have also sampled some other offerings on your blog, so thanks for these as well.
All the best
Listening right now, and good gawd does this sound awesome! Many thanks to you prof for your efforts. I just found your site a few days ago and it's been a blast discovering all of these treasures.ReplyDelete
I'm new to this whole thing, but really enjoy this. What is the password for this?ReplyDelete
Never heard these particular mixes before... many thanks for the great rips, and especially the helpful lineage comments from Steve E.ReplyDelete
Do you have any other rare Hendrix you could post some time such as the mono versions of the UK singles or maybe the UK Are You Experienced LP? I have the Singles Collection box set but it uses stereo versions for some of the songs unfortunately. Also, have you ever come across decent sounding rips of any of the posthumous albums such as Loose Ends, Nine To The Universe, etc.? I have the LPs but I'd also like to get good digital versions. Any info you might have would be appreciated. Thanks.ReplyDelete
was trying to find a dl of your Experienced Barclay Mono that I've heard such good things about, doesn't seem to be online anywhere. Could you repost?
Amazing notes in your file, I'm totally blown away, great stuff and great blog, thanks SO much!ReplyDelete
This is god's work you're doing. Thank you!ReplyDelete
What a treat!!
again, thank you prof. your setup is fantastic. love the rips you transfer. and mostly my genres of music i loveReplyDelete
Harstikke bedankt man voor deze super rip!ReplyDelete
Maybe Axis or Ladyland next?
Thank you! Was just listening to this tune on the Kiss the Sky comp.ReplyDelete
Another big thank you for all your great work on this one. Outstanding!ReplyDelete
Hello prof, just wanted to say thanks so very much for this rare vinyl-only alternate version!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for sharing this rare find and all the work you put into it!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot, Prof.ReplyDelete
Many thanks for this!ReplyDelete
Thank you for preserving and sharing, ProfReplyDelete
Someone said that this is ''the coolest mix of SS''. Of course it is! It's Jimi's original mix.ReplyDelete
Wow - thank you for taking the time to post this! It's amazing.ReplyDelete
How the Fxxx did I miss this gem ? Thanks Prof..ReplyDelete
Never heard this before! Excellent work. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Thank you very much!ReplyDelete