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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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Generally, no. I select my projects very critically. Vinyl condition is everything. I tend not to work with records that are in less than pristine condition.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - The Mono Singles Collection 1964-68




















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47 comments:

  1. My magnum opus for this year. I think I’ll be going on a hiatus for a couple months again now, because I gotta work up some new things that are in line with the quality of my previous offerings, and those projects just don’t finish themselves in a couple days, y’know. Thank you for commenting and showing your appreciation.

    Also, don’t forget to thank fishanthrope for going the extra mile to deliver the absolute best artwork. Thanks dude!

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  2. Thanks Prof there's always a gap, sometimes many months between projects but you always come back with a bang and the wait is always worth it. This looks a sensational collection, many tracks I've never heard before. Looking forward to hearing this, all the best, enjoy your break.
    ps cheers fishanthrope

    If you haven't heard Gary Clark jr, check out a live show

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  3. Prof. you did it again!!! And thanks to fishanthrope for the great artwork. Your efforts do not go unnoticed. My ears are smiling....thanks. Thank you for Mayall and the Doors & Sabbath singles too.

    Long Island Steve

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  4. Thank you dear prof:....beautyfull sound and artwork also...Gold

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  5. I am enjoying this very much! Thank you for your hard work and attention to detail. I always look forward to your next surprise. Are there any other good MONO project websites out there to explore?

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  6. Another winner! THANK YOU PROFSTONED!! :-D

    You can bet I'll be checking periodically for the next gem, I really can't thank you enough for your great work and generosity in sharing with us!

    All the best,
    mmk

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  7. Thank very much, Prof. Fine work.

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  8. Many thanks Prof. Higher fidelity always appreciated.

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  9. Thanks for your hard work Prof!!! I always enjoy your work. Bravo and cheers my friend!!!!

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  10. This looks and sounds superb!!!!!

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  11. Hallelujah, Prof!

    Now, that's what I call a another real labour of love from your end.
    I just hope that after your well-deserved recovery youll find it in your heart and fell like tackling another collector's monster.
    Thanks a million for this thingy here!
    Th:-)mas

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  12. FAntastic. Great job, really. I was lucky enough to get an original mono-vinyl back in 72. I was young and well... a few years later the vinyl was rather worn. So I bought another one. I didn't pay attention at first but when the new one got its first spin I noticed the difference. I always played the old worn record afterwards. When I switched to CD in the early nineties I digitalized my old record and always waited for a true mono-edition to emerge on CD. Never did. Until now. So hats off. Thanks a lot.
    Mike from Germany.
    p.s.: I always waited for a complete chronological Mayall-box. The man would deserve the honour but I guess that won't ever happen. So we'll have to collect the recordings from dozens of different cds and records for all future.
    p.p.s.:
    I saw Mayall some four weeks ago. Of course he lost some of his instrumental abilities but his stage presence is still enormous. Great musician.

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  13. Hey Prof, I just want to be another voice that says "Thank You Thank You Thank You" for all of your efforts and the pleasure that you give us! Peace.

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  14. When I was a kid my parents and their friends openly said "Why are all these young white British guys doing such a good job with American Blues?" Thanks so much for letting me consider that questions again!

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  15. OMGoodness!!
    The Ultimate versions of 'So Many Roads', 'Double Trouble', 'It Hurts Me Too' at last!
    Prof rules!

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  16. WOW!!! This may be the single best thing I have ever downloaded. Magnum Opus indeed. More Blues, (less Simon & Garfunkel). Just MHO.

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  17. Great collection ! A real pleasure to listen to it ! Thank you.

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  18. I am listening to this as I toil away on weekend work with the sun shining outside. The joy in the Bluesbreakers' music makes it a lot more bearable! Thank you: it's a pleasure to have discovered your site.

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  19. These links seem to be a blank rapidshare page.
    Any chance for a reload? Happy Holidays.
    Thx

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  20. Great sound quality. Thanks for all your hard work.

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  21. fantastic sound! hey Prof, any chance for a reup of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton (UK Decca Mono)?? thanks

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  22. Thanks always! Please re-up HR part2rar. Thanks!

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  23. As always thanks for another of your labors of love. Great quality as usual,and stuff I'd never find, in this good a shape, on my own. Kudos

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  24. Hello Professor...the link is dead...can you make it alive again? thank you...

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  25. Hello again Professor...I don't know if it was you or something in the air...but today the link is working...anyway, thanks from the heart...looking forward to hearing this singles right now...

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  26. Fantastic sounds...thanks to you...cheers from Brazil...

    Silvio

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  27. Thanks for this. I downloaded Part 2 OK, but there seems to be a problem with Part 1.

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  28. Hi Prof. Great Mayall collection. What can you tell us about the mono mix of " A Hard Road" LP. Dedicated mono or fold down?

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  29. True mono and far superior to the stereo.

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  30. Will that be on your adgenda one of these days?

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  31. Excellent work (needle drop) at a high level. I would love to have this work in wav or lossless format. At the moment listening to mp3 that does not deliver all the quality of this wonderful work. Thank you very much.

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  32. Great job! Thank you very much!

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  33. A real gem, thanks for all the hard work!

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  34. I discovered your blog by accident. This is terrific thank you for all that you do.

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  35. Prof,
    I bought the enormous box set "The First Generation 1965 - 1974" recently so naturally I had go back and revisit to your compilation. I really don't understand why Madfish didn't add a disc of the mono singles as well as the mono mixes of "A Hard Road" & "Crusade" to make this chapter of John's career as complete as possible but I'm sure they have their reasons (no access to masters, etc).
    But let me thank you (for the first time ... must've been to shy to write back in 2018 when I first discovered your site) for your work on your compilation of John's singles. The mono versions have such a nice "punch" to them (like all singles should be).

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  36. Thanks for this, wonderful collection.

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  37. Thank you very much. Great job!

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  38. Absolutely great work - all of it... but one. Wow this is tremendous. Thanks for everything you do. Brilliant stuff.

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  39. Little type there Prof. Sorry! All of it bar none. Doh.

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  40. the singles in mono...out´o sight!!
    thank you professor...

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  41. I have no words for what you are doing....You are the best!
    Thank you!

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  42. wow labor of love finished thanks

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