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Who?
I have a turntable and a nice record collection, mostly LP's from the 60's & early 70's.

What?
My aim is to make rare stuff (in glorious mono or sometimes stereo) publicly available again with the best possible sound quality.

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Generally, no. I select my projects very critically. Vinyl condition is everything. I tend not to work with records that are in less than pristine condition.

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Love - Forever Changes (1967) Orig. USA Mono
























CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
High Resolution (24bit/96kHz)
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25 comments:

Joe Eoj said...

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Prof. Stoned. Thank you very much.

marco

Anonymous said...

Sounds great!
Thank you so much, Prof.
Cheers
gioma

Oreston said...

A fine rip! Thanks Prof.

Anonymous said...

Thank you,
eclal1949

aaron rumpza said...

Thank YOU!!!!

Lonnie said...

Awesome, thanks a bunch! Love your rips.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to hear this, thanks!

YankeeBoy said...

I've never heard this album in mono. Looking forward to it. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic, many thanks

Dubley

Ezra said...

WOW! This may be the best day of my life. Thank you SO MUCH!

Brad Goodman said...

I've wanted this one for a while Prof! Thank you so much! You've done it again! You sir are tops with me!

Anonymous said...

Forgot to give my thanks here. Yeah, this probably doesn't really offer anything as a sonic improvement, but it's pretty nice to listen to.

"Between Clark and Hilldale" sounds pretty crisp and clean (even with the obvious phasing on the horns introduced by folding), and the reverb is easier to hear on a lot of tracks. Also has the benefit of centered drums (as per the nature of folddowns), as I wasn't a big fan of their side placement on the stereo.

Maybe not essential at all, but I'm still glad I heard it. Thanks for the supreme rip, prof.

-Vic

Dave said...

just stopped in to see what condition my condition was in, and found this! thanks for your work and for sharing with us who love music such as this!

EJ said...

I cannot thank you enough for your dedication and hard work, not to mention your willingness to share with the world. All of these transfers are treasures.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot! Looking forward to rehearing this one!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, this is fantastic!

-Joe

DanP said...

once again, it's an unexpected pleasure to hear the mono... :D

Gary Unsworth said...

Thank you for making this available

Anonymous said...

really thanks prof. stoned Thank you very much for your work and for sharing

MeanMrKite said...

another long sought gem! I have just about every permutation of the stereo mix, MFSL, RSD vinyl, the one I bought back in the 80s, etc etc...there was a two disc set I remember being too broke to buy at the time (late 90s? early aughts?) which I THINK had a mono mix, but i'm not sure about that. Anyway, it was probably horribly brickwalled in the loudness wars...now I KNOW i'm getting the version I need. Full stop.

thanks again! this is GREAT fun!

Anonymous said...

I have dl'd several times over the last few days but it never worked for me. Can this be checked and...reupped? Thanks Prof.

swac said...

About to get the deluxe refurbishment from Rhino...
https://theseconddisc.com/2018/02/andmoreagain-rhino-marks-50th-anniversary-of-loves-forever-changes-with-massive-box-set/

Anonymous said...

This Mono LP sounds a trillion times better what they put on that 50th anniversary box set... Honestly that's what people are spending 100 dollars for. Everything else has been released. Even the book is the same as the 2008 version and the photos. But it is what it is. Like The Doors ... cash cows.

Anonymous said...

I agree wholehearteadly with ^, a breath of fresh air,many thanks, J.

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