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posted a comment on Nightblonde - Numbers. 19 days ago
Not sure if this should be put in as an edit to the releases, but the dots and dashes for the album art is Morse Code for
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posted a comment on Walter Carlos - Moog 900 Series - Electronic Music Systems. 4 months ago
I am pretty sure that the voltage controlled synthesizer is from about 1964 although Bob Moog started the R.A. Moog company making theremins, an electronic instrument that had been invented in the late 19 teens.
posted a comment on Yaz* - Upstairs At Eric's. 6 months ago
Solid pressing imo, but there is something that might bother some people. I'm pretty sure the master for this is from a CD, if not it's at least something that has a 44.1 kHz sampling rate, the way I noticed was I took a rip at 96 kHz(the standard for... See full review
submitted Panther Car - Pomegranate. 7 months ago
posted a comment on The Mighty Moog - Everything You Always Wanted To Hear On The Moog (But Were Afraid To Ask For). 8 months ago
It wasn't, if you Google "Columbia M 30383" you will find a couple of old Billboard articles from the 70s pertaining to this album, the oldest one I found, is from August 21, 1971, and has this album listed under the section "New LP/Tape Releases,"... See full review
posted a comment on Ravel* - L'Orchestre Des Concerts Colonne*, Pierre Dervaux (2) - Boléro – Rapsodie Espagnole. 11 months ago
Good version of Ravel's Bolero(got it only because of that), and Raspodie Espagnole is pretty good too.
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posted a comment on The Residents - Duck Stab. over 3 years ago
This might not be the best response, because I don't have any other copies, but the copy I have isn't super noisy(especially compared to other vinyl records I've bought), and it has a pretty good bass. The waveform doesn't look really compressed(I... See full review
posted a comment on The Mighty Moog - Everything You Always Wanted To Hear On The Moog (But Were Afraid To Ask For). over 3 years ago
I highly doubt that this originally came out in 1967, since the two titles it references are from after that(Switched on Bolero, which it was also released as, is a reference to Switched on Bach from 1968 and the main Everything You Always Wanted To... See full review
posted a comment on Elvis Costello - This Year's Model. over 3 years ago
This comes with a download code? I got a copy and it didn't have a download voucher in it.