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Second,Tonto, you're on the money about Michelle Shocked. Short, Sharp, Shocked is one of the best CD's of all time, a wonder to all my friends who hear it. It's a total no-brainer.But, I don't have the LP. I have the original CD and there's a remastered CD with extra cuts that I highly recommend.According to Michael Fremer types, the actual pressing, British, American, first release, etc. etc. seems to matter so much when it comes to sound quality. Is there a specific LP version I could look for (just in case I see it)?biz
biz,I think you're right about the 45RPM 12" having alotta space for those bass grooves. Many of the Classic reissues split a normal LP like Cowboy Junkies or Mingus "Ah Um" into four 45RPM discs (pressed on just one side of the disc).
Tonto,I do hear that sometimes the 45's are superior in sound but 33 or 45, the 12 inch singles have lots of room to stretch out those grooves! That alone should help theoretically.
.... have also been listening to Neville Brothers "yellow moon" and Bob Dylans "Oh Mercy.
Quote from: cdenyer.... have also been listening to Neville Brothers "yellow moon" and Bob Dylans "Oh Mercy.Was there a reason for listening to those two particular LP's??? (i.e. both are produced by Daniel Lanois).
.... I do like his work though (Lanois) and another great album he produced was Wrecking Ball by Emmylou Harris.
Quote from: cdenyer.... I do like his work though (Lanois) and another great album he produced was Wrecking Ball by Emmylou Harris.Don't tell me you have "Wrecking Ball" on vinyl !!?I know it was released on LP, but I didn't buy it; now, it sells on eBay, very infrequently, for $45 or so.
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