Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Holy Zoo, Oct 14, 2001.
On the old forum, Steve said he didn't do this one.
Works for me! I've moved it back to "not by steve".
Any DCC CD with an RHY prefix in the catalog number is a CD released by Rural Rhythm and distributed by DCC. There are no mastering credits on the CD's I have on Rural Rhythm.
I know that Steve did the 10CC- 10CC/Sheet Music CD. Their first two lps on one CD. I had that one a few years back, but returned it when the bonus track-Waterfalls had a manufacturing error where it mis-tracked! Maybe too much (for THAT time)crammed on a single disc? It was a DCC release...I don't have the number though. It's listed on All Music Guide (under artist-Steve Hoffman) if you're interested.
I emailed ya something....
A love letter from Steve Hoffman! My life is complete....
Very cool! Steve sent me a list of LPs he mastered MCA, plus some DCCs.
I'll get these all into the discog tonight after work.
More non-DCC stuff:
Leon Russell (s/t). Capitol/The Right Stuff T2-34028 (7243-8-34028-2-3). 1995. "Remastered for Compact Disc by STEVE HOFFMAN from the original Shelter Records master mixes."
The only bonus track is Masters Of War - the others from the DCC are not included.
Leon Russell And The Shelter People. Capitol/The Right Stuff T2-34030 (7243-8-34030-2-8). 1995. "Engineered for Compact Disc by Steve Hoffman at Future Disc systems, Hollywood."
This one has the same 3 bonus tracks the DCC does.
I believe there may be more SH on TRS, but these are the only two I have...
[ October 18, 2001: Message edited by: Luke Pacholski ]
Also on DCC:
Dwight Twilley Band - Sincerely, Twilley Don't Mind and The Great Lost Twilley Album.
It's interesting about the Leon Russell. It looks like DCC had the Shelter catalog and then Right Stuff took it over. I guess sometimes Right Stuff used Steve's mastering and sometimes not. I have the Right Stuff version of Twilley Don't Mind and it lists Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch as doing the mastering. BTW, you are in the Watchdog this month in case you didn't get your Ice yet.
Well, I believe TRS simply took DCC up on their offer to use the masters, much like Capitol's Judy Garland CD and NOT CCR (where Fantasy was offered the masters but decided to do their own).
I actually don't get ICE, but yeah, somebody mentioned that. Haven't seen it yet, though.
Ok... I just got the MCA LP list from Steve integrated. Whew!
Next onto the DCC LP list....
And thanks for the entries above - they're in!
I didn't see the Dwight Twilley up there. If you need more info let me know.
Mike - The Twilley discs are on - I have it under:
Try doing a search (alt-f) for twilley on the page.
OK. Just thought you might have spaced that one!
An update for your list:
The cat. number for the CD version of the Beach Boys / Lost and Found 1961-62 is DZS-054.
I just found a sealed copy of the CD in long box packaging!! Details on the box: "The Pendeltones" performing for the first time at Hite Morgan's home studio, September 15, 1961." "First Beach Boys recording session October 3, 1961" "Recording as "Kenny and the Cadets", March 8, 1962 issued on Randy-422" "Candix recording session of February 8, 1962" "Demo from 1961".
Too much info? It also says:
"Original recordings produced by Hite and Dorinda Morgan"
"Compiled and mastered for compact disc by STEVE HOFFMAN"
Imagine what fun Steve had when he did this! Wow!
[ October 20, 2001: Message edited by: Gary ]
Thanks Gary! It's been added.
And no - it's not too much information.
I did about 200 or so "cassette only" carwash specials for MCA. 10 songs each. All the big names.
You're not going to make me get those down from the top shelf and type 'em up are you?
Well, it depends how complete you want this thing to be.
One alternative: I could put a disclaimer in the discog stating that this covers CD and LP releases only, no cassettes (hey - you didn't do any 8-tracks didja?)
No 8-tracks, thank goodness. I ain't THAT old!
Just looked at my compact discs and I have a couple of dates for you:
Cosmo's Factory Jan 1993
Eagles Greatest Hits July 1993
I looked at my copy of Pendulum but it does not seem to have a date on it. Odd.
Hate to break it to you, but you are that old! They made them puppies right into the mid '80s!
Amazing, but true!
Lol! Here's a fun site:
Bet they sound good, too.
Mike - 8trackheaven.com - that's simply demented.
Oh dear god... I just found a whole page there of 8-tracks released in the last few years. Here's one from the Melvins, reased in 2000:
Live at Slim's
Inactive 8 Entertainment
...an official live 8-track by the world's heaviest band, THE MELVINS. It was recorded live at Slims in San Francisco in 1999, and was released in a limited numbered edition of 100 copies. The band has been selling the first 50 on their current tour "2 x 4" Tour (appearing with Leif Garrett). The tape became an instant collector's item, selling on eBay ...
What a world we live in, huh?
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