Mountain - Climbing! dandaloo

February 14, 2019
referencing Climbing!, LP, Album, SBLL 133
There seems to have been at least one more Australian pressing, this one with a gatefold cover. This is Bell 2308 013 with the Bell logo on the front cover in the bottom righthand corner.

Matrix / Runout (Side 1): MX165295 2308013-1
Matrix / Runout (Side 2): MX165296 2308013-2

Mountain - Climbing! Livewire91

October 9, 2018
referencing Climbing!, LP, Album, RM, 180, FRM 4501

Sounds great, but there is tape hiss on the background (i think) that you can hear on silent parts. No biggie really, i still enjoy the album and the sound.

Mountain - Climbing! as reviewed by cubelogic

January 23, 2018
referencing Climbing!, LP, Album, Mon, 4501, WINDFALL 4501

This is a pretty good classic rock record, strong blues undertones, played pretty hard especially on the vocals. Mississippi Queen is obviously a classic, but To My Friend is a surprisingly atmospheric and almost raga-like even though is just guitar.

Mountain - Climbing! saxonman1

June 1, 2017
referencing Climbing!, LP, Album, BELL-58007
this was either the first japan pressing of this 1970 classic or the second, the only reason i say it could be the second is on the insert there is an ad for the first few other mountain records up to nantucket sleighride wich was not released until 1972, anyway this has a really nice CAP obi strip and was pressed on thick early 1970s vinyl with a thick cardboard sleeve as well so again im not sure if this is the 1970 or 1972 pressing of this classic lp, this has the same gatefold sleeve the worldwide release had and comes with a 2 page japanese insert.........

Mountain - Climbing! RightPriceRecords

December 28, 2015
referencing Climbing!, LP, Album, RM, 180, FRM 4501

This album has always been in my top 25 favorite of classic rock. This remastered version has excellent sound quality. Thanks, Friday Music, for a great work.

Mountain - Climbing! sudont

September 5, 2016
referencing Climbing!, LP, Album, RM, 180, FRM 4501
Really? I've always loved the song Theme From an Imaginary Western, but I never had a copy whose sound was quite satisfying. I'm sitting here right now listening to an original Windfall pressing and, yeah, muddy. Does the FM remaster sound much better?