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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.

Requests?
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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Monday, June 26, 2017

Captain Beefheart - Safe as Milk (1967) Authentic USA Mono Version
























pass: profstoned

64 comments:

warpig said...

Really looking forward to hearing this. Thanks so much for all the time and hard work you put into providing such quality items.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for the first LP of the Good Captain and well, for everything else!

zaval80

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting. Best sounding version of this music I've ever come across! Best, James

Anonymous said...

Professor I've never heard this record with such clarity before. I love the sound of this rip & pressing. This is the only way to listen to this recording. Thank you.
bigdavej

Brad Goodman said...

Big time upgrade from the Sundazed version. Once again many thanks Prof!!! So grateful for what you do.

Anonymous said...

Outstanding as always! I enjoy everything the good Prof. puts out, my go-to versions for sure.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much!

Matej Zoufalec said...

Superb job THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Regards
Ondra

aaron rumpza said...

Thank you very much, the sound beats the other rip that had been making the rounds. You're number 1!

aaron rumpza said...

Oh and by the way, what Sundazed did really put a halt on my purchases from that company until I have verification of the source material.

Ezra said...

I have been looking for this for a very long time. Thank you so much, Prof.

Anonymous said...

Can't thank enough, this is historically important stuff ! Yours Causinger

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for sharing, and for the dedication you put in digitizing original materials in high quality, rally many thanks prof

Reality said...

Right on I just got some hash in the mail and now this from You, Somebody's gonna meet the monster tonight.

Unknown said...

Wonderful Prof. Many thanks.

Ted Greenwald said...

Fun! Thank you.

YankeeBoy said...

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Great, Thanks.

JWB said...

Thank you for righting another (rather serious) wrong by Sundazed!

Chuckorama said...

Thanks Prof!

Anonymous said...

dude. thank you.

Unknown said...

really looking forward to hearing this one. thanks!

Opie said...

Thanks Prof!!!

Anonymous said...

As always Professor, thanks for your time, effort, and dedication.

Bob said...

Thank you Prof!!!

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for taking the time and expense to do this.

Dubley said...

Brilliant stuff, many thanks, Prof.

Anonymous said...

Bedankt, Bob Irwin moet zich schamen!

YMMV said...

Thanks so much, this was always number one on my wish list and boy is it primo.

Pittylabelle said...

Fantastic work on this album! Thanks!

BTW, thanks also to JWB for pointing out this great Blog to me!

Pittylabelle said...

Just one general question:

Do you keep the space between the tacks of an album, or do you cut/remaster each tack separate?

Anonymous said...

Thanks Prof!!!

Sam Berger said...

Fabulous rip! Thanks very much for your efforts!

Bill Houston said...

Can't wait to listen to this. Appreciate generosity and hard work. You got quite the set of equipment.

owlface said...

Thanks for this gem Prof. Now that I've heard the true reference tone, the yellow brick road will never be the same again...

MeanMrKite said...

sweetness & light...

words fail, except THANK YOU PROF STONED

:D

ReadySteady said...

Thank you!

Mr B. Normal said...

Thanks for this. It's always a treat visiting your blog.

Anonymous said...

A favorite! Thanks for the hard work in making this album sparkle.

Anonymous said...

Appreciate your efforts, thank you!

James Carter said...

Thank you! I'm looking forward to the jolt of raw energy I always feel when 'Sure Nuff...' kicks in!

mpb said...

best i've ever heard the mono mix. BRAVO prof!!!!!

mpb said...

me again... holy moly this sounds really really really good. extra-triple-super-thanks!!

Anonymous said...

thanks, prof. sounds raw and great in mono. fantastic job!

fromnabulax said...

Many thanks for the most recent flurry Prof. Four big faves in a row!

Dale said...

Stupid query dept. Thanks as always for your amazing work-you put the major labels to shame! But now that I'm using a Mac,I'm having trouble downloading here. Any advice? Best to you!

x0x said...

@Prof. Thank-you!

@Dale. Try a different browser(?) Many things no longer work on my Snow Leopard browsers

Anonymous said...

This version blows away the Sundazed reissue. It kinda makes me sad for everyone, including myself, that paid good money for that Sundazed patchjob. Thank you for this great release.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for another wonderful drop, Prof! You may be hungry, but you sure ain't weird!!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah ! Great to finally get the true mono mix !
Plus the filecloud download link was FAST!!, a minute only :-)

Thank you Prof !!!

m p friedman said...

Call me a Neanderthal, but this was always my fav from the Captain. I saw him in a tiny auditorium around the time of this release - didn't undertand it at all at the time. Live and learn. Thanks, Prof!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much, your work is greatly appreciated.

86ed said...

Outstanding history lesson, and good insight on the Sundazed piece too, great to hear this gem. Thanks!

Yves-Pierre Duquesne said...

Thanks !!!

Jaenes Q Records said...

Thanks Prof!

Arne Herges said...

thank you for all your efforts!

Anonymous said...

Just love this site!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for all the time, money, hard work & most of all, for sharing the fruits of your labours with us.
I particularly appreciate the 24/96 lossless files - squeezing this stuff down to anything less would be a waste IMO.
James - in the UK.

Porquinho said...

Thanks, Professor!

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Prof!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Prof - this sounds superb.

Terence Daniel Collier said...

brilliant - major thanks

boboquisp said...

Outstanding...I love it! Thank you!!

Stan Miller said...

Thank you, Sir.

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