A 2xLP in a very bare bones single sleeve with generic rough paper inners. An exceptional record that deserves a nice new all-analog remastering on vinyl, as do all of their albums. Last edited: Jul 8, Nick Brook , Floyd Crazy and Soundslave like this. Location: Tomsk,Russia. So the day has come First of all, it's still ADA. Bruce mentions in the booklet that 8-track master tape was loaded and edited in Pro Tools as 8-track, some additional modules were used but compression and EQ stuff was minimized during the whole process.
So basically as far as I understood that's pure digital transfer Pro Tools digital session to cutting lathe at late Doug Sax mastering lab. I would say that The music presented as advertised - very clear and lively. Great sense of open stage and live performance by Break on Through I was really happy with the sound. I would only add a little bit on the bass front for it to be 10 out of 10 Now for two somewhat questionable points of my review. Gatefold looks real good, there's a two page booklet which has additional info on the concert and vinyl mastering.
The downpoint here is that generic paper sleeves are used for vinyl and the gatefold itself is very sturdy and hard, so I had some troubles pushing Disk 1 and the booklet back.
That rarely happens to me actually, so - downpoint for that and minus half point for paper sleeves. Artwork, booklet, photo - everything is great and I got it in pristine sealed condition. While the vinyl is g and pressed at Optimal I have EU pressing as I've mentioned I saw some white debris on side A, couple fingerprint-like marks on B and D sides and some either hairline marks or very minor scratches on B and D - might be because of aforementioned plain paper sleeves. There were a couple of small cracks soundwise, but in general that's pretty minor in relation to the whole concert and none of those strange marks on disks are noticeable during playback.
As for debris - some new releases have them and my Audioquest Carbon Brush always takes them off my vinyl Overall a great sounding live album with some minor flaws on packaging and vinyl quality department.
Sound - 9. Last edited: Jul 9, Soundslave , Jul 9, Location: West Coast now, East Coast before. For those into these two legendary performers, it's a not to be missed.
Only copies pressed. This was the first album of theirs I ever heard when I read a review of the album in Big Takeover magazine and bought the CD back in My friend found a copy of the record at Amoeba and grabbed it for me. Having not heard it in years, I'm still struck by the outlandish, Bowie-ish singing of frontman Brian Case much on display on the track "Silver And Snow".
Lots of elements here that shouldn't work but they somehow do work together. Very keyboard and piano-driven, primarily--the best of this include the second cut, the slinky, spacey "When Your Luck Runs Out".
I find this keys-driven approach works better overall on their previous album, 's To Everybody. Not sure I really needed this on vinyl, but it sounds pretty good. It's just that the album feels a bit slight at 7 tracks To Everybody had 6, but they were longer, spacier, jammier workouts where most everything here is in a shorter pop song format.
The record, besides being a little dusty, is in good shape though. Last edited: Jul 10, Nick Brook and Floyd Crazy like this. Had been looking for one for awhile. The misprint comes in the form of the back of the sleeve saying 'mono' while the front and record label say 'stereo' likely they glued new fronts to old mono back sleeves? I'm glad it is a stereo copy, as this is some of the nicest, widest stereo sound I've ever heard, except on Neil Young's "Burned" which sounds like it was recorded mono.
I bought a CD release of this back in the late 90's, and it has a thin, puny sound compared the full and hot recorded sound coming off of this LP.
The album is brimming with energy and raucous jams, especially on some of Stills' more rocking cuts. I find a few of the ballad-y songs a bit cloying here and I prefer the second record more overall , but they're all charming, very well-written and catchy.
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