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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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Friday, September 3, 2021

The Who - BBC Sessions 1965-1971 {Remastered & Complete} [A Prof. Stoned Comp]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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76 comments:

  1. Let me be the first of your followers to say thank you, Professor, for this wonderful post...I love The Who...cheers from Brazil...

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  2. Thank you for The Who. Much appreciated.

    dr blues

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  3. Thanks prof! I appreciate the effort you've been putting into all these BBC collections lately. I can't wait to hear this Who comp.

    - Joaquin Antique

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  4. Prof Stoned (& Hallucalation too), Thanks for putting to right what The Who "Continuum" has released as acceptable. Working on The Who can be a fulltime gig as you know and I just want you to know how much it is appreciated that you are working away in you "lab" to correct the what can only be recognized as laziness on the part of Astley's crew. ..Cheers !

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  5. Love The Who. Thanks very much.

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  6. Mucho thanks for this WHO comp....

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  7. Amazing! Thank you

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  8. the complete Lily has been a major wish of mine for years so thank you so much for this amazing gift

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  9. Another amazing collection from you Prof !
    Can't thanks you enough ......again.
    AA

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  10. Happy to say you never disappoint. Thank you so much

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  11. Just finished listening to 10-10-67-what a great sound.Super job-thank you so much.

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  12. I second what sherri said! It's a real ear-opener!

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  13. thanks, can't wait to check it out

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  14. Many thanks for this, excellent work as always Prof!

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  15. Thank you so much for this one. Huge Who fan.

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  16. Outstanding, as always, Prof, many thanks.

    Dubley

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  17. Great collection! Thanks for the dedication.

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  18. This is an amazing collection! Thank you so much for sharing your hard work.

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  19. Fantastic! Thank you for your efforts!

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  20. Thanks Prof. The difference between waiting for music you've bought online to arrive at your doorstep (vinyl or CD) and opening up your Prof Stoned page and seeing a 'new' work by you is this: YOU JUST KNOW YOU'RE NOT GOING TO BE DISAPPOINTED! You do such a great job every single time and save not only me and fanatics like me, so many countless hours doing the trial and error and EXPENSE of getting the definitive versions. So much joy you give, and when things is this world are a tad crazy. Thanks so much.

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  21. thanks for your hard work and dedication to these projects.

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  22. You've done it gain Prof. Stoned - great work as always!

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  23. Big thanks from Your long time follower Causinger, too!

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  24. Cheers Prof. Have a great weekend.

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  25. Wonderful collection. Thanks for the effort.

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  26. Dream come true. Thank you so much. The Who should hire you.

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  27. Outstanding, sir.
    I still remember your sterling work from the old D*monoid site ... ;)

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  28. Thank you so much for this - another wonderful job done on some very precious material. Let's hope that the teased official 'refresh' will hit this high mark!

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  29. Thanks Prof. this is great. There is only one thing here that should be done. All tracks except one (Substitute from 1970)should be phase corrected. If you want write to me on acid.captain@yahoo.com and we can discuss.I have done it and i can send you corrected files so you can check for yourself. Thanks again

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  30. You can't phase correct a single mono channel.

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  31. Been listening to this one over the last week. This, as well as the Zeppelin BBC (and the Live in Japan compilation) are definitive. Thank you for all of your hard work. Can't wait to see what comes next!

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  32. I want to Thank you but; I forgot "WHO" I am thanking you for. Who do I thank first. All kidding aside. I appreciate all of your hard work which I was introduced to with "Safe As Milk". So a big THANK YOU!!

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  33. Excellent stuff! The Orrible 'Ooo!

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  35. @"You can't phase correct a single mono channel."

    Dear Prof, i know that, of course, i am not an amateur. But somewhere down the line of retaping this has most probably been retaped on some stereo machines, which created phase issue.Please do check for yourself. I am using iZotope RX 7 for that, which is very good tool.Or if you work in Adobe Audition, some older version was good for detecting phase issue, i think it was AA 3.
    Or, as i have already told you, i can send few tracks (corrected) to you, so you can check for yourself.
    All the best
    Captain

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  36. This looks amazing - thanks so much for sharing!

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  37. Many thanks for posting this PS, but seems to be a popular file - each time I try to download I am told that too many people have downloaded it recently. I'll keep trying!

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  38. You have it? The BBC master that is, not the Odds n Sods one.

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  39. Thank you for your time and effort into this!

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  40. Thank you for this updated release. It's great to see things like "Relax" which previously haven't circulated.

    BTW, "My Way", from Oct. 10, 1967, is on the 2011 and 2015 reissues of Odds & Sods in the original mono mix, NOT the highly compressed stereo on the 1998 remix.

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  41. "BTW, "My Way", from Oct. 10, 1967, is on the 2011 and 2015 reissues of Odds & Sods in the original mono mix"

    Uh...no. It's an original stereo mix...plain as day.

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    1. That version, however, is different from the one released on the 1998 Odds&Sods CD. The same take, I assume, but different mix and mastering.

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    2. The 2011 Japanese SHM CD edition and the 2015 HD Tracks download of Odds & Sods both feature an earlier dry stereo mix of My Way with double-tracked vocals nicely separated into both channels WITHOUT the massive echoapplied later in the process. The echoed version appears on 1998 Odds & Sods CD.

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  42. This is great! Thank you very much indeed.

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  43. Just getting around to listening to this, Prof, and it's magnificent! Thanks so much!

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  44. Thank you very much for all your effort.
    It's much appreciated!

    Who fan from Holland

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  45. Thanks, this is great! There was a BBC Radio One show in 1974 called Who's Who. During that show, they played a completely different version of Dancing In The Street which was sadly only 1m 11s long. Radio 6 occasionally retransmits it https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0bcw5v6. I wondered if you had considered including that alternate BBC version?

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    1. I checked it. That's not The Who.

      http://www.thewho.info/RadioShows3.htm

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    2. Oh wow, really? How strange - I wonder who it is and why they used it. Thanks for taking the trouble to reply. Love your stuff, by the way.

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  46. Thank You very much!!!

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  47. Absolutely brilliant work as always. Thanks so much for this.

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  48. Thank you for all your efforts in making this amazing music available!

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  49. Appreciate your time to share, thank you!

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  50. Wow. Well, this is a vast improvement over the Astley produced collection from 2000. More importantly, it includes most (all?) of the missing tracks! As a Whophile I can only say thank 'Oo!

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  51. Looks great - thanks!

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