The Allman Brothers BandEat A Peach

Label:Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – MFSL 2-398, Universal Music Special Markets – B0016570-01
Series:Original Master Recording, GAIN 2™ Ultra Analog LP 180g Series
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram, Gatefold
Genre:Rock, Blues
Style:Country Rock, Southern Rock


A1Ain't Wastin' Time No More3:40
A2Les Brers In A Minor9:05
BMountain Jam19:37
C1One Way Out4:58
C2Trouble No More3:28
C3Stand Back3:25
C4Blue Sky5:10
C5Little Martha2:08
DMountain Jam, Cont'd.15:06

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℗ 1972 © 2013 The Island Def Jam Music Group. Manufactured by Universal Music Enterprises, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Mastered by Krieg Wunderlich, assisted by Rob LoVerde at Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Sebastopol, CA on THE GAIN 2 ULTRA ANALOG SYSTEM™

Production and Mastering by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
Specially Plated and Pressed on 180 grams of High Definition Vinyl • Special Static Free - Dust Free Inner Sleeve • Heavy Duty Protective Packaging • Mastered from the Original Tapes
Distributed by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc., 318 N. Laflin St., Chicago, IL 60607, under license from Universal Music Enterprises • All rights reserved

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 21797 23981 3
  • Barcode (String): 821797239813
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MFSL 2-398 A1 KW@MoFi 20768.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MFSL 2-398 B1 KW@MoFi 20768.2(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): MFSL 2-398 C1 KW@MoFi 20768.3(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): MFSL 2-398 D1 KW@MoFi 20768.4(3)

Other Versions (5 of 224)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Santa Maria Press, Gatefold)Capricorn Records2CP 0102US1972
Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Capricorn Records, Capricorn Records67501, 67 501France1972
Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Gatefold Sleeve)Capricorn Records, Capricorn Records, SatbelCND 25010, 2CP 0102South Africa1972
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Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Capricorn RecordsK 67501UK1972
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Eat A Peach (2×LP, Album, Club Edition, Gatefold)Capricorn Records, Capricorn Records, Capricorn RecordsSTBO-94379, 2CP 0102, 94379US1972



  • b0ssh0gg's avatar
    Edited one year ago
    Firstly, I have no blind loyalty to any media format. If it sounds the best, then so be it. I was hoping this release would shine a bit better than it did. To really put these releases to the test, I record my records in 24-bit/192 kHz through a custom hi-res computer I built. It makes it much easier for a full analysis and side-by-side comparison with other releases. In many cases, the vinyl wins, but in this case, it does not sound better than the 2004 SACD release here: The Allman Brothers Band - Eat A Peach. I bought the SACD many moons ago and have only compared the MFSL vinyl to the CD layer. It is immediately clear upon comparison that the stereo mastering by Suha Gur (the first time I've seen the name) is significantly brighter and more detailed than the MFSL vinyl. Sadly, the MFSL sounds a bit muddy and dull. Granted, my analogue chain is far from high-end. The whole setup with AVR/turntable/phono stage/cartridge/speakers/sound isolation is maybe $4k. Perhaps with a better setup the vinyl will shine, but it should also not take a system north of $10k to beat a CD.

    I'm a collector so I'm glad to have this release, but I wouldn't go too far out of my way or price range to pick it up if you're just looking for the best-sounding version.

    EDIT: Looking through my collection, Suha Gur also did some mastering work on the MFSL vinyl release of Idlewild South in 2009.
    • DownSouthVinyl's avatar
      Edited 5 months ago
      I held off on this one for a while before deciding to bite the bullet or cry later. My original Capricorn copy of "Eat a Peach" sounds just like the vast majority of other original pressings from the 70s. It's fine, but there's really nothing much to write home about. Just as I had hoped, this MoFi remaster presents the album in its full glory. The pressing is dynamic, lush, extremely detailed, and has an excellent soundstage. It holds all the characteristics I've come to love from MoFi and their dedication to high quality remasters. "Eat a Peach" and "Brothers and Sisters" have benefited greatly from the Gain 2 Ultra Analog tape deck MoFi has built. If you're a big fan of this album, I don't think any other pressing down the road will top it.

      My Setup:
      Pro-Ject 6 Persepx SB Turntable
      Hana ML Cartridge
      McIntosh MP100 Preamplifier
      Line Magnetic 216ia Power Amplifier
      Klipsch R-820F Speakers
      • vinyljos's avatar
        Listening to this REI first time, I am really amazed how good it sounds. Excellent pressing and packaging. Highly recommended for fans as a must-have album to complement Fillmore East Live edition of MFSL. Mountain Jam part 1 & 2 add up to 34 min of otherworldly live music.
        • RMlegshaver's avatar
          I agree with the others. I am totally satisfied with this version. Amazing separation and clarity on this pressing.
          • RickyHinds
            Great remaster of one of the classic albums of the 70's. The Allman Brothers Band have never sounded better. Classic tracks like "One Way Out" come alive and you will hear subtle sounds you could not hear in the original CD. The highs are much improved. Sound is also deeper and clearer as the separation of instruments is much more noticeable. A real winner.


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