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.
Thanks very much for this rarity, Prof. The singles you have posted on this blog are a collector´s dream!ReplyDelete
Wows, completely passed under the radar for me once again. Thanks for the offering, prof. This should be a very interesting listen, indeed. I'm curious, is there any difference in the B-side Wicked World between the mono and stereo versions?ReplyDelete
Just checked Wicked World. Seems like there isn't a difference besides the mono being punchier (like always). I wouldn't go as far as to say that it's the better version, however. pb's stereo version (Wicked World) is just as enjoyable a listen as this one, if not more.Delete
And, wow, are those horns pretty subtle yet "always right there" once you notice them.
I heard PB's recent rip of the Vertigo 45 but it sounded completely worn. Still, that single would be probably the best place to hear the stereo mix of WW.Delete
Yeah, when he said that single wasn't in the best shape, he wasn't joking around, as far as my observations went for his rip of Evil Woman. I didn't really notice any problems with Wicked World, however. (Any I might have noticed prior was probably my ears deceiving me.)Delete
It may be worn, but I guess we gotta take what we can get sometimes...
I threw it off the HD after hearing a bit of EW, never got to WW.Delete
Well, I just had another listening comparison between the two, and from what I can tell, pbthal's sounds a bit... "thicker," to put it into words. Whether or not it was from his Su-Su-Sussurro cartridge/rig/set-up/etc. at the time, I'm not sure. IMO it's not really in that bad of a condition, however.Delete
(BTW sorry to keep you hangin', prof.)
Sounds great to me! Punchy and clear. Nice one.ReplyDelete
Yay and huzzah! Always great to hear from Prof. Stoned and his digitized recordings of note.ReplyDelete
Thank you, sir!
Wow! Great stuff, Prof! :)ReplyDelete
Very, VERY cool
FYI, it looks like somebody reported the LR download as "unsafe"...I clicked it twice just to be sure, and got the warning both times. I downloaded anyway, but thought you should know what happened. Anyone else run into this?ReplyDelete
ps: I reported it as 'safe', hope that helps.
Fantastic find! This is good stuff and so rare from original '45. Evil Woman is less heavy and more "pop" than on LP, but still a beauty.ReplyDelete
i've got this on one of the remaster CD's but this sounds way, way better. thank you prof.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all the great vinyl rips you posted!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for your work!!!ReplyDelete
There's not much that I'm not downloading from your site today now that I've found it but this is another particularly exciting offering -- thanks!! (I've come across your releases on other sites for many years but never found your blog before for some reason). Anyway, thanks again for everything!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for this.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this one. Assume you did some of your magic to it.ReplyDelete