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John MayerContinuum

Label:Music On Vinyl – MOVLP095, Columbia – 88697 68630 1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 180 Gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock, Blues
Style:Alternative Rock, Blues Rock, Pop Rock

Tracklist

A1Waiting On The World To Change
A2I Don't Trust Myself (With Loving You)
BassWillie Weeks
HornsRoy Hargrove
Written-ByJohn Mayer
A3Belief
GuitarBen Harper
PercussionManolo Badrena
Written-ByJohn Mayer
B1Gravity
Keyboards, OrganLarry Goldings
Written-ByJohn Mayer
B2The Heart Of Life
Written-ByJohn Mayer
B3Vultures
C1Stop This Train
EngineerJohn Alagia
KeyboardsJamie Muhoberac
Written-ByJohn Mayer
C2Slow Dancing In A Burning Room
Written-ByJohn Mayer
C3Bold As Love
Written-ByJimi Hendrix
D1Dreaming With A Broken Heart
Written-ByJohn Mayer
D2In Repair
Guitar [8 String], Written-ByCharlie Hunter
KeyboardsJamie Muhoberac
Written-ByJohn Mayer
D3I'm Gonna Find Another You
Arranged By [Horns, Assistant], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], OrganLester Snell
Arranged By [Horns], Recorded By [Horns & Vocals, Assistant]Boo Mitchell
Arranged By [Horns], Recorded By [Horns & Vocals]Willie Mitchell
Saxophone [Baritone]Jim Mahorn
Saxophone [Tenor]Lannie McMillan
TromboneJack Hale*
TrumpetBen Carley
Written-ByJohn Mayer
D4Say
ProducerJohn Mayer
Written-ByJohn Mayer
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Notes

180 gram audiophile vinyl.
Front sleeve is plain white with a glossy white print of John Mayer.

Variant 1 is from Music On Vinyl MOVLP095 and is same release albeit with the following differences.
In addition to the different runout codes, variants 1 and 2 have additional CBS and Aware Records logos on each record label. These are located below the song titles. See images.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 886976 863012
  • Barcode (Scanned): 886976863012
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped): 86294 A MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped): 86294 B MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, runout, stamped): 86294 IC MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, runout, stamped): 86294 2D MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Variant 1): 86294 2A MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Variant 1): 86294 2B MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Variant 1): 86294 2C MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Variant 1): 86294 3D MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Variant 2): 86294 1A MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Variant 2): 86294 1B MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Variant 2): 86294 1C MOVLP 095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Variant 2): 86294 2D MOVLP 095

Other Versions (5 of 42)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Continuum (CD, Album)Columbia, Aware RecordsCK82876790192, 82876 79019 2US2006
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Continuum (CD, Album)Columbia, Aware Records, Sony Music88697011522Europe2006
New Submission
Continuum (CDr, Album, Promo)ColumbianoneUK2006
New Submission
Continuum (2×LP, Album, 180 Gram)Columbia82876 79019 1US2006
New Submission
Continuum (CD, Album)Columbia, Aware Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment88697011522Australia2006

Recommendations

Reviews

  • JazzPipo's avatar
    JazzPipo
    What a great pressing! Vibrant sound all over and draf quiet. What a delight!
    • tomwebb101's avatar
      tomwebb101
      Took 3 cracks to get a cleanish copy. 1st two had visible and audible non fills. 3rd copy just has some little clicks here and there so nothing drastic at last. Sounds mighty too perhaps bar the Axis cover as it is abit compressed and suffers IGD on lesser needles/generators. Otherwise yes absolutely stellar sound and another winner for MOV, eventually lol!
      • SquanchyC137's avatar
        SquanchyC137
        Excellent pressing on dead silent wax - literally no surface noise or pops. Dynamics are great and well balanced. Bold as Love sounds a bit compressed and I wish all songs had a wider soundstage, but acknowledging the album was recorded in digital, this is the best the album has ever sounded to me. I also have the Live in LA pressing from MOV which is even more enjoyable and retains all the excitement of a live recording.
        • Bsdale11's avatar
          Bsdale11
          This pressing sounds dynamite. Don't hesitate to buy this if you find one in the wild. The track list is iconic.
          • willjernigan703's avatar
            Holy shit. Absolutely bumps. Fantastic mix and pressing. Belief is shaking my house right now.
            • martinjanet's avatar
              martinjanet
              Brilliant press. Even more brilliant music. This is THE John Mayer album to get first. Then rush to buy the rest.
              • J.Knecht's avatar
                J.Knecht
                Edited one year ago
                Wow. Absolutely outstanding. It's hard for me to imagine this sounding any better. Is this quality typical for Music on Vinyl? I intend to find out!
                • jlsbradham's avatar
                  jlsbradham
                  First and foremost, this pressing is STELLAR. If you have clicks and pops, you either got a bad copy, have a setup that has some weak points, or need to invest in a quality record cleaning machine.

                  Ok, with that out of the way…those commenting that you get a digital quality out of this pressing, this album was recorded hi-res digital and then mastered from tape. So you’re not going to get a true analogue sound out of it. But with that being said, aside from the MFSL Dire Straits Brothers in Arms, this pressing is the closest non-AAA pressing I’ve heard sound to AAA. There is warmth, instrument separation, wide stereo image, incredible transients and lows, this is a MASTERFUL pressing. They wouldn’t ever do one, since the original wasn’t recorded analogue, but I couldn’t even see an AP UHQR sounding any better. If you’re a John Mayer fan (hell, even if you aren’t), do yourself a favor and buy this now.

                  Current set up: Pro Ject The Classic Superpack SB turntable, VAS woodbody modded Shure M91 cartridge with microline stylus, Pro Ject Tube DS2 Phono Stage with vintage RCA tubes, Marantz 6005SR, Klipsch RP-8060fa speakers, Klipsch R-112SW Sub.
                  • emmaogg19's avatar
                    emmaogg19
                    I echo the rest of the comments - absolutely fantastic! ZERO background noise, beautiful pressing. A few moments of sounding perhaps more acoustic than I expected but that could very likely be my speakers. I've ordered a lot of vinyl lately that turned out to be trash so this was a happy surprise.
                    • Lekkere_Boterham's avatar
                      I mean... A great album like this, pressed on dead silent vinyl from MOV, you just can't go wrong. I absolutely love everything about this album.

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