This is from the April 2003 Stereophile, Michael Fremer's 'Analog Corner' Column: "Classic also announced that it will issue three much-sought Roy Orbison titles on vinyl: Lonely and Blue, In Dreams, and Greatest Hits. After all, lower the stylus of any turntable and it plays with high resolution and no watermarking. And you can make copies to your heart’s content. These will be issued in both stereo and mono, cut by Bernie Grundman on his all-tube stereo and mono cutting systems from the original two-track analog tapes, which Classic’s Mike Hobson claims were recently discovered in Nashville, the original home of Fred Foster’s Monument Records. Classic claims these tapes have not been used since the original LPs were issued. When asked what Mobile Fidelity used for its gold CD Orbison reissue, released a few years ago, Hobson threw up his hands. I got copies of the Classic Orbison LPs at the Show — engineer Bill Porter’s “DC to light” sound is superb! Mikey likes it!" As I said before the 'Lonely and Blue' Stereo and Mono do sound nice. These are the best versions of this entire LP I have heard to date. But Steve's mastering of the three songs from this LP on the DCC LP 'The All Time Greatest Hits of Roy Orbsion' are still the best versions of these songs (Only The Lonely, Blue Angel, and I'm Hurtin'). Comments?