F.A.Q.

Who?
I have a turntable and a nice record collection, mostly LP's from the 60's & early 70's.

What?
My aim is to make rare stuff (in glorious mono or sometimes stereo) publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.

Requests?
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.

Donations?
Get outta here!

Thursday, June 11, 2020

The Rolling Stones - In Stereo (1964-66) [A JWB/Prof. Stoned Comp]





















CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
pass: profstoned

45 comments:

Silvio said...

Professor, my love for this band is as old as my 69 years in life...so, I thank you from my heart for this wonderful music...and keep the good job...cheers...

Unknown said...

Cool!!!!!

anchovyarchives said...

looks like you've nailed it again Prof
Many thanks
AA

TimeWarper said...

Another great release Prof!

warpig said...

This is great!! Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

G-R-E-A-T!!

Ben

Neil Ruttenberg said...

keep the hits coming! Prof u r on fire!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much

Noises From Apt 2A said...

Prof, This is a downright delightful compilation. What a great idea to isolate the early 'true stereo' Stones.
By the way, pardon my ignorance but who is this cat JWB? I've googled him and he is well known over at the Hoffman Forum but outside of you I've never run across his work.
Anyway, thanks again for this treat ... truly mighty!!

Prof. Stoned said...

JWB has been doing rare mono/stereo comps on the web with an ear for soundquality for as long a I have. He also helped me cleaning up Freak out!

John C. said...

I love this, many thanks Prof.

John C. said...

A further comment, Around and Around ,Down The Road Apiece ,jings.

James said...
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James said...

Thanks so much for compiling this album and tweaking the audio. This version of "Have You Seen Your Mother" sounds especially fantastic. I had a stereo Through The Past Darkly LP some years back but I don't recall this song sounding anywhere as stereophonic as what you have here. The separation is really fantastic! I've played it three times already and it's practically like hearing a brand new song. Thanks for putting this together. Best, James

Anonymous said...

The true stereo "Have You Seen Your Mother" is unreleased, as the notes indicate. The unreleased mixes here usually circulate in bad quality on youtube and elsewhere, despite these much better versions being available. It's nice to finally see them all in one place from master quality sources.

Prof. Stoned said...

Like!

notarydpo said...

A million thanks, Prof. This is an incredible collection.

Captain Acid said...

Thanks Prof.

amacoz said...

Many thanks kind sir!

Numsy said...

Loud and clear, big and beefy. Loving the sound here. Thanks prof!

YankeeBoy said...

Amazing sound! Thank you

Arne said...

Thank you!

gsv107 said...

I own the rare stereo released versions of some of the from the Hot Rocks CD issues years ago and to my old ears these sound even better. Thanks for all your hard work and efforts.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Prof, for these lovely sounding rarities!
With gratitude, Dan

Anonymous said...

Stick with the mono versions unless you can remix them with vocals centered etc.

JWB said...

"Stick with the mono versions unless you can remix them with vocals centered etc."

Every song here has centered vocals. So what's your point?

DaveF said...

These stereo mixes add such a new dimension to hearing these recordings. Thank you so much.

tom said...

Absolutely stunning!I was never satisfied with all the different versions of these songs I've listened to.This is what i've been searching for.Words fail me-thank you so much.

LonChes said...

Thank you! This is great.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful. I really appreciate your efforts! Thank you.

Andy B. said...

So good! Thank you!!!

Anonymous said...

Fabulous stuff; many thanks!

Schmitty76 said...

Too bad the professors back in my college daze weren't as cool as you. Thanks again Prof

kosh said...

Thank You For Everything

shadreck said...

Really enjoyed this collection of some favourite songs. Thanks for improving them

John T. said...

I've been enjoying this compilation over the last several weeks. Thanks so much for putting it together

Anonymous said...

Wow. Been away for a while and then I see all of these offerings from the Prof. Thank you so much! I can't wait to hear this one. Thanks to JWB too! poorotterted

Unknown said...

Very nice to hear these in the original, unadulterated stereo - thanks!

aoxomoxoa7 said...

Thank You, Thank You - I can never have enough 60's Stones in great quality, kind regards, Karl

Matt K said...

Thanks so much for the compilation. I've acquired most of these tracks over the last 30 years, but this is way better.

Stephen said...
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Stephen said...

Without a doubt- you put the "established record companies" to shame with their inferior/and in some cases wrong speed remastered versions. This is Total dedication and a labour of Love. You are to be congratulated for such an incredible achievement and thank you for also providing 24bit and 16 bit versions as well, which saves the time in having to "dither" the 24bit files down to 16 (for those audio enthusiasts who listen on cd!)Thanks again

Buzzcut9 said...

Thank you for this. One song I have NEVER been able to find in STEREO is "CONGRATULATIONS". Which is one of my all time favorites. I wonder if they ever did it in stereo. Thanks again.

MeanMrKite said...

great collection, many thanks!

Exile Stones said...

Thank you, Professor. It's great to have these tracks in great quality.

I've been a fan of yours for years! I used to download your work on Demonoid several years ago. You're a legend!

We need a great copy of "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" uncensored from vinyl. The CD releases don't sound good at all.

"The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" uncensored was released on the first USA "Out of Our Heads" and the first USA "Satisfaction" single.

It was again rereleased in 1989 on "The Singles Collection: The London Years" but not on the subsequent rereleases.

It was also released on a "Satisfaction" single in Holland 1990 (London 882200-7).

The uncensored "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" clocks in at 3:19. It has a more Blues mix with extra harmonica and less guitar.

We need this rarity. Professor, we need YOU!

Thank you,
Gerard

email me any time!

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