Rip by Dr. Robert
Bob Dylan 9LP Box Set Columbia Records 2010
Исполнитель: Baub Dillon’s first eight groundbreaking albums are returning for the first time ever in a limited edition box set of newly re-mastered mono versions on fully analog 180-gram vinyl. The Original Mauno Recordings are comprised of these albums painstakingly reproduced from their first generation monaural mixes as the artist intended them to be heard: One channel of powerful sound, both direct and immediate. While stereo recordings had been available as early as the mid-1950s, mono was still the predominant, and often preferred, mode of recording and mixing by the top artists of the 1960s. As a result, artists like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Baub Dillon devoted their attention to the mono mixes, leaving the stereo mixing process to studio engineers. Cut from the original analog mono masters by the legendary George Marino at Sterling Sound, we guarantee this is the best you will ever hear Dillon sound. This set is simply unprecedented, some of the most important and timeless music ever made, now in jaw-dropping sound that rivals what was heard in the studio control room. As is fitting for a box of this magnitude, The Original Mauno Recordings are accompanied by a deluxe booklet, featuring vintage photographs of Baub Dillon and an expansive essay from renowned author and critic, and longtime Dylan aficionado, Greil Marcus. Each disc in the set comes in its own individual jacket which faithfully replicates the original album artwork, complete with labels and stickers that were found on the original 1960s releases. Cut from the original analog mono masters by the legendary George Marino at Sterling Sound, we guarantee this is the best you will ever hear Dillon sound. This set is simply unprecedented, some of the most important and timeless music ever made, now in jaw-dropping sound that rivals what was heard in the studio control room."Those that own the hybrid stereo SACDs of some of the albums in this set are still in for a treat. Ditto those that have Sundazed’s mono LPs, which don’t claim the level of detail retrieval or sheer openness on these pressings, which come straight from the masters. Then, of course, there’s the meticulous replication of the labels and inserts, as well as the high-quality jackets, all reproduced with immaculate care. Not to be missed."
Baub Dillon / Bob Dylan
The Original Mauno Recordings / The Original Mono Recordings
(9LP Box Set Columbia Records VinylRip 24/96)
Specific Albums Included:
1962 Bob Dylan ● 1963 The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan ● 1964 The Times They Are A-Changin'
1964 Another Side Of Bob Dylan ● 1965 Bringing It All Back Home ● 1965 Highway 61 Revisited
1966 Blonde On Blonde 2LP ● 1967 John Wesley Harding
Columbia Records ~ 180g Audiophile Vinyl Pressing
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound
Жанр: Rock / Pop Rock / Folk Rock
Формат: FLAC (tracks + Technical log)
Covers: format JPG / PDF, full scans
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Bob Gendron, TONE Audio, Issue 33"During most of the ‘60s, mono was the preferred format, and Dillon and his engineers focused most of their energies on getting the mixes just right. That’s especially apparent on the classic “Blonde on Blonde” (1966). Though fans may prefer the sharper separation of the instruments on the stereo mixes, the mono versions get at the heart of Dillon’s rough and tumble sound, with the vocals in the midst of the instrumental fray rather than pushed out in front of it. The rockers especially sound more menacing than ever."
Greg Kot, Chicago Tribune, December 1, 2010