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posted a review of Paul McCartney & Wings* - Red Rose Speedway. 3 months ago
Had “Red Rose Speedway” been released in this fashion years back, it may have been considered (at the very least) as “ambitious”. However, “Red...” was cut down to the sleepy single-disc of subpar material that you have come accustomed to, and the ... See full review
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posted a review of The Beatles - The Beatles. 4 months ago
It’s here! “The Cleanup Job” is finally upon us! Much of the muted, blurry, messy, and dirty colours of the 60’s, that once gave the “White Album” it’s character, are simply swept away here. This version is so analytically “cleansed”, it’s as if “Mommy ... See full review
posted a comment on Miles Davis - Birth Of The Cool. 4 months ago
Easily the best attempt on vinyl since the original D 1’s saw release back in 57’, and I must agree with Juleman about the level of detail revealed here, however the amount of “hiss” present on several tracks is almost unbearable, especially on “Move” & ... See full review
posted a review of The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. 6 months ago
The legendary “Audio 5”, the Aussie’s attempt at “...Pepper”. For me, this cut is a disappointment, mastered unevenly and way too loud! There is a totally unnatural sounding low end throughout, with spotty shrill mids and highs-it’s an overwhelming ... See full review
posted a review of The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. 6 months ago
A truly beautiful representation of “....Pepper”, the pressing quality, as always with the “Supercuts”, is perfection, while the quality of the artwork is on par with all of the U.K. 70’s pressings of the album (this version replicates the ... See full review
posted a review of The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. 6 months ago
“MFSL’s” ultimate edition, this presentation of “...Pepper” has it’s perks, one being the very unique and futuristic “Blade Runner”-esque’ packaging to be sure! The pressing quality ain’t bad either-perfection! The mastering on the other hand is sort of ... See full review
posted a review of The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. 6 months ago
“MFSL’s” 3rd attempt at “...Pepper”, but this time with more complete artwork (although there is no “Fool’s” flamed inner, and no cutout sheet), the runnout lockgroove “gibberish” (but no dog whistle, I think), and a new mastering to top it off (Jack ... See full review
posted a comment on Nirvana - Nevermind. 7 months ago
I usually do “A/B” testing for days at a time, I’m very thorough for sure (although I’ve made a few “boo boos”😵), and I consider what I write in my reviews before posting so that I don’t ruin a sale for other fellow Discogers. I have now purchased the ... See full review
posted a review of Miles Davis - The Complete Blackhawk Sessions. 7 months ago
This Box Set is pretty much the best way to hear “...Blackhawk...” in it’s “complete form and performance order”-unedited, in all it’s glory. The mix has a very clean and tight centered stereo sound, with the character (clapping and hollering, drinks ... See full review
posted a comment on Nirvana - Nevermind. 7 months ago
“although you can turn your trim up very high without any distortion“.
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posted a comment on Nirvana - Nevermind. 8 months ago
3,000 total? Including the Columbia House pressings?...Maybe, hmmm, well, whatever, Nevermind.
posted a review of Miles Davis - Nefertiti. 10 months ago
The mighty “Nefertiti”. This entry ranks so majestically in my opinion from within the “2nd Great Quintet’s” output, as well as within Miles’ entire catalogue. Many would claim “Miles Smiles” as the 2nd Quintet’s crowning achievement (others may even ... See full review
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posted a review of The Miles Davis Quintet - Miles Smiles. 10 months ago
“360 Sound” indeed, but in MONO that is! Mo-no, Mooooooooonnnnnoooo! Miles and Mono go together like his mouth on a trumpet, in the very same way that the Beatles and Mono are synonymous. Miles of Miles’ albums in Mono please?! The Stereo cut of ... See full review
posted a comment on Miles Davis - Sorcerer. 10 months ago
For any listener who has let “Sorcerer” pass them by in any way, or has only ever experienced the album in Stereo, let me tell you right now that this record is a dark romantic mini masterpiece in Mono, minus the add-on final track, which I never play. ... See full review
submitted Miles Davis - Milestones. 11 months ago
posted a review of Miles Davis - E.S.P.. 11 months ago
“E.S.P.” reaches you in Mono, the mix is bold and beautiful, and in my opinion, when compared to the utterly tepid and unconvincing 65’ Stereo mix, far more compelling. The big Mono sound just seems to better suite this elegant, sophisticated, and very ... See full review
posted a review of Miles Davis - Seven Steps To Heaven. 11 months ago
If one was ever in search of a quote on quote sequel to “Kind Of Blue”, well, “Seven Steps To Heaven” could be considered as an excellent continuation and successor (“Skethes Of Spain” was the immediate follow-up to “...Blue” in 1960, but was a large ... See full review
posted a review of Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue. 11 months ago
These “Supercuts” are flawless, it’s true, the pressing quality is second to none (they are on razor-thin 120gram vinyl no less). On this particular entry, the mastering reveals an unbelievable, although never distorted, deep low end. Crystal clear (and ... See full review
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submitted Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Paul McCartney & Wings* - Band On The Run. about 1 year ago
What can I say, it’s all in a name, “Supercut”. Everything about this release is truly masterful; the quality of the pressing (dead silent), the replication of the original artwork and poster (maybe not “masterful” per say, but definitely on par), the ... See full review
posted a comment on Nirvana - Bleach. about 1 year ago
It is possible of course that other color variations may have had a white “color vinyl” sticker, but it has not been confirmed. I have tracked down and purchased a lot of these variations still sealed, and only have ever found the “Bubblegum Pink” ... See full review
posted a review of Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue. about 1 year ago
This “50th” Box Set is nice, very comprehensive; lots of quality extra goodies (photos, a poster, a brochure, etc.), a Book and DVD that are indispensable, and most importantly, audio that is generously spread over one LP and two CDs (this is one of the ... See full review
posted a comment on Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue. about 1 year ago
Ok, it’s "mano a mano" time (or should I say “mono or mono!”). “Mano a mano” was originally used to describe bullfights, where two (usually superstar) matadors were competing against each other (for audience admiration and applause), as well as against ... See full review
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posted a comment on Nirvana - From The Muddy Banks Of The Wishkah. about 1 year ago
I actually purchased this "320", and I was really hoping this was going to be like the other Nirvana "320's", with alternate mastering, but the man who was the mastering/cutting engineer for the original "320" pressings of "Nevermind", "In Utero", and ... See full review
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posted a review of Beatles* - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. about 1 year ago
Whoa, now this is different! Mono, “Look oooouuut! Cause here she comes!...She ain’t no dancer!”. Giles goes boldly where George never had to, “fixing a hole where the rain got in”, in Stereo that is!
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posted a review of Paul McCartney & Wings* - Band On The Run. about 1 year ago
They did a very nice job “replicating” the original U.K. 73’ release here, cut at similar levels as the original, with a little less detail (the mids are sort of dull), but certainly more low end (which is not quite as natural sounding). The control over ... See full review
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posted a comment on Paul McCartney And Wings* - Band On The Run. about 1 year ago
“Band On The Run” was McCartney’s full return to critical and commercial prominence. After being punished for his ill preceived breakup of “The Beatles”, and several critically panned albums, he somehow managed to strike the right balance, finally ... See full review
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posted a review of The Beatles - Let It Be... Naked. about 1 year ago
My vote is for Phil’s original 1970 assemblage of “Let It Be”. Of course I appreciate the “back to basics/back to roots” approach that Paul had originally intended for what was going to be the “Get Back” project...and in all fairness, "Let It Be... ... See full review
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posted a comment on Wings (2) - Venus And Mars. about 1 year ago
For me, this is the “Ultimate Edition” of “Venus And Mars” on vinyl, with the very last gimmick possible added, split Red/Yellow vinyl. The quality and value of this release is considerable; beautiful heavyweight split color vinyl placed in a heavy-duty ... See full review
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posted a comment on Various - Warehouse Raves 4. about 1 year ago
This compilation may very well be the only official place to find the KLF’s “3 A.M. Eternal (Pure Trance Original)” on CD.