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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.

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Sunday, August 1, 2021

Cream - BBC Sessions 1966-1968 {Remastered & Complete} [A Prof. Stoned Comp]

 















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49 comments:

  1. thank you prof stoned. it is great to be reminded of this vital music

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  2. Wow, this sounds fantastic, thank you so much! You mentioned a JWB comp. Does he have a blog like you? Where can I find his works?

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  3. Lovely to have these in as best quality as possible Prof ...... great work as always !

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  4. Thanks very much!! Its great to hear these in such great quality.

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  5. Cream, Led Zep and Jimi. This is fantastic. Thank you so much.

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  6. Thank you very much! All your BBC efforts thus far have exceeded expectations.

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  7. Already updated just now.

    v1.0: 01-08-2021
    v1.1: 01-08-2021 (sessions 1966-12-21 & 1967-11-26 added)

    Fantastic version of We're Going Wrong added and a few rare lofi bits. Thanks to Eugene.

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  8. > You mentioned a JWB comp. Does he have a blog like you? Where can I find his works?

    JWB does not have a blog, despite my repeated urging. But he uploads his stuff here:

    https://www.guitars101.com/search/735511/

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  10. Thank you very much for your efforts!
    Hopefully the very first BBC session "Band Beat" surfaces one day

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  13. Thank you very much for sharing your hard work!

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  14. Thank you. All these BBC recordings offer another version of Cream as a unit instead of three individuals. Thank you.

    dr blues

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  15. THIRD TIME'S THE CHARM

    Thanks, again, Professor.

    Prof. Stoned has ordered his playlist by sound quality (best to worst) for each session.

    For those interested in a chronological playlist:

    01) 'the new fave rave trio'
    02) Sweet Wine
    03) 'Eric Clapton interview'
    04) Wrapping Paper
    08) Rollin' And Tumblin' (incomplete)
    10) Rollin' And Tumblin' (complete but poor sound)
    07) Sleepy Time Time
    05) 'We're into our finale'
    06) Steppin' Out
    09) I'm So Glad

    01) Crossroads
    02) Steppin' Out

    01) I Feel Free

    01) 'Tops with British blues fans'
    02) Cat's Squirrel
    03) 'More music the TOTP way'
    04) Traintime
    07) I'm So Glad
    05) 'Last one comin' up'
    06) Hey Lawdy Mama

    01) 'Eric Clapton interview'
    02) I Feel Free
    04) N.S.U.
    03) Four Until Late
    06) Traintime
    05) Toad

    01) Take It Back

    01) 'Groovy tuned-in turned-on'
    02) Strange Brew
    03) 'Eric Clapton interview' 1
    04) Tales Of Brave Ulysses
    05) We're Going Wrong

    01) Strange Brew
    02) 'Eric Clapton interview'

    01) Tales of Brave Ulysses

    01) 'Eric Clapton interview' 1
    02) Born Under A Bad Sign
    04) Outside Woman
    03) Take It Back
    05) Sunshine Of Your Love (incomplete)

    02) N.S.U. (incomplete)
    01) We're Going Wrong (incomplete)
    03) We're Going Wrong (poor)

    01) Politician
    02) 'Sock it to em Harry'
    03) SWLABR
    08) SWLABR (alt take)
    04) 'Fantastic wailing blues'
    05) Steppin' Out
    07) We're Going Wrong
    06) Blue Condition

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  16. Thanks Eugene, wherever you are!

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  17. Cheers for the shout-out Prof! Looking forward to giving your version of the Cream sessions a spin :)

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  18. The material you put out is of great historical importance. Much appreciated.

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  19. Hey JWB, nice to hear from you! I'm still at the usual place. Get Back!

    Eugene

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  20. Thanks a lot for this treasure !

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  21. TY again for another great post-great work as always.Jack Bruce vocals are so clear.

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  22. Well Professor .... What can I say ?!
    Once again you managed to shine what was once a turd into a Diamond !..Cheers .

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  23. It always makes my day to see a new upload from you, Professor! Thanks as always. Looking forward to this.

    - Joaquin

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  24. Wow! Thanks also from my end to you Proffo for all your labour of love! Great work, MUCH appreciated! Gotta compare with my hitherto compiling efforts. :-)
    Cream ahoy!
    Th:-)mas

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  25. Dear Professor,
    I'm floored again. As usual the sound is fantastic. I really like the flow with the sound quality order. I shall come back many times to this compilation.
    Thank your very very much.
    Kees

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  26. Big thanks for this labour of love! Yours Causinger

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  27. Thanks so much for the time and energy you put into your efforts! I really enjoy them!

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  28. Really appreciated, thank you, Professor.

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  29. Much appreciated, as always, Prof.

    Dubley

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  30. Prof. - STELLAR work here, as always! Best I've ever heard this material, and yet there is some material I've never heard as well!
    Your remastering is a wonderful alternative to the overly-noise reduction travesty that could have been/should have been mastered with more care.
    Thank you so very much, sir!

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  31. Hi Prof. It took some time to extract all the folders and convert to mp3 but worth it. Thanks!

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  32. Thank you mate! Great to see you back. I will challenge you to do a comprehensive Pink Floyd BBC sessions, That would be a huge task.

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  33. Thanks so much. Big improvement over the version I had. Great work.

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  34. Once again, great work!
    Thank you VERY much.

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  35. Pink Floyd wouldn't be worth doing (yet) because there are perfect pre-fm's of the Syd sessions in private hands that haven't yet surfaced. So it would just be more of the same.

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  36. Late to the party but many thanks.

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  37. Thanks for another great collection - this one desperately needed doing.

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  38. Thank You very much!

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