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8 thoughts on “ Piano Reprise - Jacy* - Somewhere In The Tapes (Vinyl)

  1. The Reprise piano just sounded more like a real piano. The mastering engineers for both DCC and Classic Records are masters in their field. If there was information on the master tape, I am sure that they would have gotten the detail off of the master tape and onto the LP.
  2. The album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs opened to lacklustre sales as the album never actually reached the music charts in the United Kingdom, possibly in part because Clapton's name was found only on the back cover. In addition, the song's length proved prohibitive for radio airplay. As a result, a shortened version of the song, consisting of the first of Part I, was released as a.
  3. Aug 10,  · A stunning copy with Shootout Winning Triple Plus (A+++) sound from start to finish and the first to ever hit the site! SIX sides of live Wings music, phew! As I'm sure you can imagine, this Shootout was quite the undertaking All six sides here sounded far better than the competition; clean, clear and full-bodied.
  4. Oct 28,  · If you’re wondering why The Rolling Stones in Mono box set was sourced from the original analog tapes transferred to DSD (single bit, MHz sampling rate digital) and not produced like The Beatles mono box¬—put up the tapes, cut lacquers all-analog— you’ve probably not carefully considered the differences between the two catalogs.
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  6. Laced with a hint of bleepy abstraction, the more lascivious, piano-laden 'Audity' then shifts the scope to further introspective depths before 'Himalayas' takes us on a mind-expanding ride across imaginary snow-capped summits and lushly forested slopes.
  7. We're Only in It for the Money (recorded in , released in ) is an album by The Mothers of Invention, and one of Frank Zappa's most famous and popular concept albums. A scathing attack on such s topics as the flower power movement, police brutality, The Beatles, Psychedelic Rock, the generation gap and the growing mass commercialization of pop music.

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