Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Sgt Pepper, Oct 11, 2017.
By any artist and still in production now?
Ry - A Meeting By The River (45rpm)
(a contender in my book)
FM - Rumours (Hoffman/Gray, 45rpm)
I keep impressing myself (and others), every time that I spin my promo Quiex II pressing of Dire Straits "Brothers In Arms". It may not be the BEST, but is still knocks me out!
LOL...you're kidding, right..?? But when you say in production now, you're not counting, say, mofi pressings from the past? I'm not sure I understand.
Some contenders in no particular order
Daft Punk Random Access Memories
Cowboy Junkies The Trinity Session AP
Alan Parsons I Robot 2x45
American Beauty 2x45
John Wesley Harding mono 2x45
Blonde on Blonde 3x45 stereo
Zappa One Size Fits All & Joe's Garage
The Doors LA Woman & Morrison Hotel AP 2x45
Pet Sounds 2x45 stereo
Joni Mitchell Hejira
Nirvana In Utero 2x45 20th anniv
Talking Heads Remain in Light
Neil Young Harvest
Pixies Doolittle MOFI
Brothers in Arms 2x45
DSOTM & WYWH
i'll get back to you when i've heard every LP pressing.
Naturally out of the ones you own/heard.
No, just the pressings in production now.
If we're talking about rock & roll, then I'd nominate Boston "double Wally".
you really need to rethink your OP then. "ever" is not "pressings in production now".
Hasn't this been asked about one thousand times? Hello, search icon!
"Still in production now" limits us to new pressings. Why not just say "Best new pressings?"
I have no idea but the remastered Beatles Revolver on Mono sounds awesome and the Neil Young Decade remaster that I got on the last record store day sounds amazing as well.
Makes sense to me?
Simply put, what is the best LP pressing still in production now and not deleted or limited and out of print.
I see the heads above parapet snipers are fully active here.
hello, Did that and nothing specific came up.
The MoFi One-Step of Abraxas is pretty good.
Cat Stevens Tea For The Tillerman Analogue Productions 45 rpm
Acony is putting out some nice vinyl. The Harrow And The Harvest is the best sounding record I have bought this year, except for possibly the Miles Davis MFSL 45 x2's I picked up.
How does the new Decade sound compared to the original from the 70's?
That's a good one no doubt
Sounds much better to me, however the original I have is not in the best condition either.
One particular song that jumped out at me on the remaster was Expecting To Fly. Sounded incredible.
Neil Young CB cuts....
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