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  1. Clifford or anyone else. I'm pretty excited for this. Do you know about the source material? I read the copy about the engineer, but wondering if these are from analog or digital. Also, wondering where these were pressed. $50 is a lot of coin so just curious if anyone knows. Thanks!
  2. Anyone know anything about this label - SeriE.WOC - that is doing this? I assume this is from some sort of digital, possibly even 16/44.1? I often wonder the source material for these pricey LP issues from Europe that are more or less CDs pressed to vinyl. I emailed Everland from Austria about their reissue of Mutima and sources and never heard back. At least labels like Pure Pleasure are using the master tapes and in the case of the Tribe issues, obtaining permission from Phil Ranelin and Wendell Harrison.
  3. Totally agree with Sidewinder on the sound issue (vis a vis BGO). I have had those BGOs for years and loved them but the set it another thing all together. Glad to hear that individual releases will be available. It will be interesting to see whether all of the people that clamored in the streets about the limited edition injustice will be purchasing the titles or if their lust faded once these will be (relatively) readily available. The best news is that people that want this music will have access, which is a good thing.
  4. As the facts would indicate (plus the actual booklet to the set), this is bollocks.
  5. Thank you for the info. I guess I am lucky. No problems with my Blakey set. As for downloads, I have only downloaded a few since this format was introduced (never mp3s) but it is always via Bandcamp. It is nice to have a physical product to me, since downloads are really worthless in my book. Getting back to the topic. I pre-ordered so I am looking forward to this. Pretty much all new music to me but I've been on a Herman bender lately with the other 3 Mosaics. Lots of wonderful music. Thanks to others that posted some of the more obscure records. Sal Nistico!
  6. Has anyone actually read it yet or are people just dismissing the book without reading it? I am confused by the ire up thread.
  7. Pure Pleasure is totally legit and uses original sources. I too would like to know about Everland. I emailed them but never heard back. They have some nice new reissues I'd like to pick up.
  8. Nice. I was going to reply to the foxnews link up thread with this but you beat me. Been really hitting Aretha's music hard all week. Not out of sadness but of celebration. An amazing artist that was incredibly courageous throughout her life, including after the diagnosis a few years ago. RIP and thanks for the music.
  9. Would you please provide more information about this? I've been collecting CDs since the mid 80s and I've never had a failure. I read about some European CDs were affected by rot but certainly not Mosaics.
  10. Anyone with the vinyl of either the Elvin or Woody - do the song lengths that exceed the "recommended" lengths for an LP side have a negative effect on the sound? I'd like to have these on vinyl but if the sound is compromised, I suspect I will just buy the CDs. Thanks in advance.
  11. Agreed. One of the nicest human beings you will ever meet as well.
  12. Just wanted to thank you for the help with the pre-order price link. Much appreciated. I have all of this already but hoping for the best sound upgrade myself. Excited for this since I've been reading Richard Cook's It's About That Time book this week.
  13. I'm in. Crisis has been my avatar for God knows how long - it's a great record (despite Denardo's presence). Song For Che is worth the price of admission.
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