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Label:Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab – UD1S 2-001, Columbia – 88889724611, Sony Music Commercial Music Group – 88889724611
Series:UltraDisc One-Step, Original Master Recording
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Reissue
Box Set, Limited Edition, Numbered
Genre:Rock, Latin
Style:Fusion, Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock


A1Singing Winds, Crying Beasts
Written-ByMichael Carabello
A2Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen5:17
B1Oye Como Va
VocalsRico Reyes
Written-ByTito Puente
B2Incident At Neshabur4:58
C1Se A Cabo
Arranged ByC. Areas*
Written-ByChepito Areas*
C2Mother's Daughter
Written-ByGregg Rolie
D1Samba Pa Ti
Arranged ByGregg Rolie
Arranged By, Written-ByCarlos Santana
D2Hope You're Feeling Better
Written-ByGregg Rolie
D3El Nicoya
Arranged ByC. Areas*, M. Carabello*, Rico Reyes
Vocals, PercussionRico Reyes
Written-ByChepito Areas*

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Source: 1/4" / 15 IPS analog master to DSD 256
Numbered Limited-Edition UltraDisc One-Step 45RPM Vinyl 2LP Box Set
Exclusively limited to 2500 copies
Comes with frameable print of album cover art, one page insert extolling the virtues of the One Step process, business card for the artist and facsimile of an ORIGINAL MASTER RECORDING sleeve foldout.
Each record comes in individual black cardboard sleeve marked LP ONE and LP TWO respectively.

© 1970, 2016 Columbia Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 21797 20012 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etched): MFSL2-45013-1S A1 UD1S-2-001 [email protected] (22707.1(1)... upside down)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): MFSL2-45013-1S B2 UD1S 2-001 [email protected] (22708.2(1)... upside down)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout Etched): MFSL2-45-13-1S C1 UD1S 2-001 [email protected] (22707.3(1)... upside down)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout Etched): MFSL2-45013-1S D1 UD1S 2-001 [email protected] (22707.4(1)... upside down)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Abraxas (LP, Album, Stereo)CBS, CBS, CBS64087, S 64087, KC 30130UK1970
Recently Edited
Abraxas (LP, Album, Santa Maria Pressing)ColumbiaKC 30130US1970
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Abraxas (LP, Album)CBS, CBSCS-10028, 30130Venezuela1970
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Abraxas (LP, Album, Gatefold)ColumbiaKC 30130Canada1970
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Abraxas (LP, Album)CBS/Sony, CBS/SonySOPC 57102, SOPC-57102Japan1970
  • DNForever's avatar
    I'm just laughing, man. It goes to show how good digital can be. It also doesn't invalidate how good most of their records are. I like the thought of an analog cut, but let's face it more and more that is an impossibility. These "original" tapes will be lost to time/decay eventually and we will thank our lucky stars that they could be digitized before becoming unusable.
    • Joes-Garage's avatar
      So with their files they can essentially press as many of these as they want. Ive honestly never heard one of these one steps but if its true and these are indistinguishable from analog or better then id hope they would have the brains to quickly change their business model to mass production. I would like to hear one of these at a reasonable price.
      • Patsvinylcorner's avatar
        Paying 2 grand plus on a lie is hilarious. Audiophiles hold this L 🤣
        • dee77's avatar
          I won't purchase there product anymore, especially considering Mofi's we don't care silence, they won't say anything before they get the go ahead from there lawyers. I still see resellers lowest price starting at a grand for the Mofi digital on vinyl Abraxas. At 125$ they were way over priced now that we know there source.
          • Wheeler33's avatar
            There's people commenting on sites saying "you can't tell the difference between digital and analog" or they're happy audiophiles are stuck with a record they paid a lot of money for that is just digital. The thing is, not all audiophiles were "duped". It is very possible this Abraxas is truly the best sounding version they've heard. The fact is there's a lot of crappy pressings analog and digital. It could've been a bad mastering engineer, the pressing plant not being the best, or just time decaying their copy due to a lot of play or playing on a bad turntable in the past. I'm extremely upset with MoFi, but to say people can't tell the difference between digital and analog because of MoFi-gate is incorrect. I have the Muddy Waters One-step and a friend has the normal AP 45. As soon as I heard the one-step (well before MoFi-gate) I know AP's sounded better to me. MoFi didn't tell the truth and should be punished for it, but it's still one of the few companies that wanted to make and press records at the highest quality at the time. Doing a record the right way versus just pumping them out at a bunch of different plants in the 70s, or even going to a plant that doesn't produce the quality of RTI or QRP shows in modern MoFi and AP releases. There's a reason people wanted the RTI pressing of Adele's latest album. These pressing plants that give attention to detail and quality usually (there will always be one-off situations) can produce better sounding records.

            And to the people saying they're happy people are now stuck with a record they overpaid for just remember, not all audiophiles are rich. A lot of people work normal, average paying jobs and know how to save their money for what they want.This isn't a case of "sticking it to the rich elite". This is a case where a lot of middle class and even lower middle class people got screwed over. Regardless of someone's financial status, being happy innocent people were screwed over by a dishonest corporation is disgusting and I hope you find the healing you need. That energy should be spent holding MoFi and companies like it accountable for charging $100+ (As someone who bought 2 one-steps at the normal $125 prices, it was not worth the cost even before knowing about MoFi gate) for records they know could've been purchased as DSD files for a quarter of the price or even less.
            • PlattenundPils's avatar
              The funny thing is that the so called audiphiles couldn‘t distinguish a fully analog record from a DSD cutted vinyl. The overpiced MoFi and collecters item in a nice packaging with a lot of trademark logos raised prices more than 2.500€. For what? For a big scum and funny marketing gag.
              By the way. I‘m sure that this record here sounds fantastic. But for sure my analog japanese first press doesn‘t have to hide from this audiphile analog fake.
              • Raorao1's avatar
                Edited 13 days ago
                Lol. LOL! Can you say “ schadenfreude “??! Amazing!! Again, $2K+ for a Digital record? LOLZ. The market always corrects itself…… eventually. With this release being cut from DSD, at least now they can press thousands more for this title. C’mon now MoFi, do a repress! 👍🏻
                • ronaldar1's avatar
                  1/4" / 15 IPS analog mono master to Direct Stream DIGITAL 256
                  • alo_o's avatar
                    ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀lol
                    • looij137's avatar
                      check: Agree, I think it is about the sound after all