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9 thoughts on “ More Than I Can Say - Various - 60s Volume 3 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Because the main CD format COMPRESSES the sound - wringing the FEEL out of it. Whereas vinyl is ANALOGUE - meaning everything the mics recorded (including the flautist's intakes of breath) are ON it. For over a CENTURY, popular music relied for it.
  2. Jan 27,  · “As long as you can measure the difference, the CD will be better than the vinyl, absolutely,” says Kees A. Schouhamer Immink, a former Philips engineer in .
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  4. Oct 14,  · UK released May - "Highway To Hell" by AC/DC on Epic/Albert Productions EPC 2 (Barcode ) is a Track CD Remaster of the US LP and plays out as follows ( minutes): 1. Highway To Hell 2. Girls Got Rhythm 3. Walk All Over You 4. Touch Too Much 5. Beating Around The Bush 6. Shot Down In Flames [Side 2] 7. Get It /5(1).
  5. Nov 01,  · Personally, it’s a difficult one. Do I think vinyl has better sound quality compared to a CD? Not on your life. In no way could it, it’s simply not possible, given the physical principles of the two systems. But I do accept that many people prefer.
  6. Jul 09,  · I also think that in today's world a lot of the remasters of the old 60's stuff put out on CD is way better than them vinyl originals especially as most were in mono and even the ones done in stereo was pretty much tin pan alley recordings in comparison with today's standards of how sound quality as improved over the years.
  7. Aug 17,  · August 12th was Vinyl Record Day, marked by the date Edison invented the phonograph in , so it's become a day to celebrate the old time traditions of .
  8. "Hey Girl" is a song written and composed by Gerry Goffin and Carole King. It first became a popular Top ten hit on the Billboard Hot in August, when recorded by Freddie Scott. Donny Osmond took the song back to the Billboard top ten chart with his remake in There have also been many other cover versions of this song, including a cover by Billy Joel in

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