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 prof. I like real mono recordingsReplyDelete
What a beautiful sounding album in glorious MONO,ReplyDelete
A real treasure - thank you very much for your efforts...
Brilliant, really looking forward to checking out this upgrade - thank you once once again Prof!ReplyDelete
I'm still going to keep your 2010 version regardless. So are you finally coming clean that your source is a reissue LK 4786 from Spain circa 1976 ...hahaha ! Is it an orange label or blue label Decca ?
Thanks for the bonus compilation of Bob Lugwig remasters and extra bonus proper version of "Got Live If You Want It !"
Your 2010 version was amazing to begin with, which is why I'll keep in my collection, but I can't wait to hear your upgrade.
Thanks for dazzling and surprising me once again ... make me wonder what you have up your sleeve ? ...Cheers !!!
Gorgeous work. Many thanks especially in these times!ReplyDelete
Tremendous work! Stones fanatics rejoice!ReplyDelete
I keep listening to "Stupid Girl" because from the organ intro and on you have gotten more natural life out of the grooves over your 2010 version ..Sweeeet!ReplyDelete
The stereo version of Got Live If You Want It absolutely sucks. Thanks for this special mono presentation.ReplyDelete
Absolutely fantastic work. Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much, this has been my favorite Stones album since the day it was released.ReplyDelete
Thank you for restoring the original first 2 songs. These were later replaced for no good reason from another show with a Long John Baldry intro.ReplyDelete
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Aloha Prof, always glad to see and hear new work from you. Mahalo from the mid Pacific.ReplyDelete
It sounds unbelievable GREAT!!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot !!!ReplyDelete
Dear prof....maravilloso sonido...great remaster and incredible story to find this curious spanish vinyl...thanks a lotReplyDelete
My favorite Stones album and the mono is the best way to hear it. Thank you!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Prof. Please post your upgrade of Between the Buttons.ReplyDelete
Hi prof. Great work as always. For some reason the studio version of lady Jane is not downloading. The live version is fine though. Could you please check it is in the folder. Thanks a lot and as always your work is awesome.ReplyDelete
Thanks!!! It does sound better than the 2010. Can you post a upgrade to Between The Buttons?ReplyDelete
Fantastic, many thanks, Prof.ReplyDelete
@unknown: I tested by downloading and unpacking both rars, no problems I found. You should download again, make sure it's complete.ReplyDelete
I'm getting an error that says the download has been disabled because of excessive attention.ReplyDelete
Install Hoxx VPN (it's free), select a country, try again.ReplyDelete
Another great sounding transfer. Many thanks good Prof!ReplyDelete
Really looking forward to hearing this one Prof. We all enjoy your amazing work !ReplyDelete
I feel very lucky to be listening to this. Thank you.ReplyDelete
The Ass Blasters "Could You Walk On The Water" release has a far better attempt at fixing the intro on "19th Nervous Breakdown". Maybe you should try to pinch theirs? I also think that your old rips of the "Flowers" tracks sound a lot better than these new official downloads, despite being off-speed. Not trying to be a dick - just pointing it out in case it helps.ReplyDelete
Have not heard the ass blaster. Kindly send me link thru pm? As for the Flowers tracks, i dont agree. The export lp has tape dragging not heard on the remaster and lesser fidelity in general, imo. I suspect its 2 or 3 generations down.ReplyDelete
Thanks very much.ReplyDelete
*ATTENTION*: Slightly updated version uploaded today. See Info.txt.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the update ProfReplyDelete
Thank you Prof. Sounds sweet!!ReplyDelete
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Here's a work around. You need to have google drive.ReplyDelete
I've just downloaded the Rolling Stones "Aftermath" release after being denied by Google for several days. For this, I've used freeware named "JDownloader". It is very good also for downloading from Mega.ReplyDelete
Professor - many thanks for this and other releases!
This is great work. Aftermath has never sounded this good. Thank you so much.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Professor!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the upgrade. I really enjoy original mono mixes.ReplyDelete
Love all your work and apprecite your efforts. Thanks.ReplyDelete
Thanks for another great effort Prof. Much appreciated!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this, especially for the "Got Live!" sub-folder! Great stuff!ReplyDelete
thanks for shareReplyDelete
i see a shelly mispress hot rocks among the sources.... might the alternate mixes of Wild Horses and Brown Sugar lurk somewhere in the Prof Stoned hard drives?ReplyDelete
Just discovered your site recently - I'm not generally a mono/vinyl purist, but the sound on this is just fantastic -- crystal clear & muscular and right. Looking forward to checking out more of your offerings - thanks!ReplyDelete
Thanks Prof. This sounds much better than the UK mono I've heardReplyDelete
Oh man... the bass! It's glorious! The whole album sounds wonderful, Prof. - thank you!ReplyDelete
Many thanks for your wonderfull hobby. Favorite so far Aftermath and the Pretty Things Amsrtedam 1969.ReplyDelete
Thank you. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot!ReplyDelete
thanks for the upgrade. I'm looking forward to listening to it!ReplyDelete
So awesome. Thanks for the effort, time and share.ReplyDelete
Nice one, thanks for putting in all the work!ReplyDelete
Hey Prof!!! Greetings from the left coast USA. I am listening to the 2020 Aftermath remaster for the first time this Sunday morning and my music room is filled with the crystal clear sounds of one of my favorite Stones albums. Yet another brilliant effort in your quest to provide music lovers with premium versions of classic recordings. Thank you once again!!!ReplyDelete
If I may with the expanded bonus cuts from the Aftermath + four from 2010 why My Girl from Flowers is not included this time. Its the only selection from your previous effort not included on this one.
thank you! when I'm getting into 60s music it bothers me if i cant easily hear the original mono mixes so this is a big helpReplyDelete
Ah, you kept that source under your hat for a long time but I was 90% sure it was the Spanish LP. Glad I was able to find a copy about 10 years ago. Thanks for the great work.ReplyDelete
Thanks a bunch!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the Aftermath, Prof. Outstanding!!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for this great post.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot, Prof! I have your 2010 version which was great, but the new one is like listening to the record for the first time!ReplyDelete
How to improve a version that was already perfect? Incredible, thank you very much.ReplyDelete
Aces all around! Thanks Professor Stoned!ReplyDelete
I can't download much of this. Unarchiver says "archive incomplete." Any clues?
Download again, make sure you get the whole thing.ReplyDelete
Astounding work dear Prof. Your efforts (as usual) are greatly appreciated!ReplyDelete
Thanks! This is amazing work!ReplyDelete
Fantastic, many thanks, Prof.!!!!ReplyDelete
Great project. I wish the Buttons and Majesties projects were still availableReplyDelete
Thanks! Looking forward to checking this out in hi-def. Appreciate your efforts.ReplyDelete
Thank you for working on one of my all time favorite albums. Sounds greatReplyDelete
Thank you very much!ReplyDelete
Many thanks for all your hard work. It is much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Gaining a real appreciation for mono versions lately, and the skill and care you put into your hobby leads me to believe I won't be disappointed with this!ReplyDelete