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In Reply to: RE: A Japanese pressing will give the MoFi a run for it's money. /nt posted by Biff on April 17, 2017 at 04:29:43
We don't shush around here!
Life is analog...digital is just samples thereof
I meant a Japanese pressing other than MoFi. I have one on Apple that sounds superb.
I believe, if my hazy memory hsn't failed, that EMI and Toshiba were somewhat familial when it came to Japanese pressings of Beatles albums.
I have a Japanese pressing of The White Album (The Beatles). In the fine print it says Toshiba. This pressing is from the mid to late 1970's. It is a fine pressing. I also have a MOFI of The White Album. I prefer the MOFI to every other pressing of that album I have, mainly, because the mastering engineer (Stan Ricker) has successfully endeavored to fix several poorly engineered tracks on the original master tapes. (note: That album was recorded at more than one recording studio, --not Abbey Road-- and neither Geo. Martin or Geoff Emerick did any work on it.)
This is the one I have: https://www.discogs.com/The-Beatles-Abbey-Road/release/2298243
It is a reissue but uses a U.K. remastering.
That is the one I have too!
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