Monday, March 28, 2011

13th Floor Elevators-Easter Everywhere

I figure I'd jump out ahead on all the people planning on posting this actually on Easter. I have no idea when that is, nor do I care, but I know it's some time around now. And since it is Alex's favorite holiday (weirdo) I might as well give him something other than that chocolate egg I plan on laying in his shoe while he’s asleep. I expect zero downloads from this one folks as I am sure everyone and their Charlie Brown looking uncle has it already. But what the hell? And sweet baby godzuki don't let it be known if you don't already have this. Terribly embarrassing really. Here

7 comments:

  1. Err...good question. I have both, but I can't remember which one I upped. Mono is prefered though. A sneaking suspicion tells me this is unfortunately stereo, but who knows.

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  2. I only really ask because it was many years before I heard the mono version of Psychedelic Sounds and I was amazed at how much better it sounded, even though I loved the record already.

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  3. why do people like mono better? isnt it just the same but coming out of one speaker?

    anyway im sorry to let slip but I don't already have this, so thanks for providing it! I been surviving until now only with the 22 track best of collection, figured it had most of the material on it anyway but i need to get this.

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  4. I can't explain the mono preference. To my ear, it just sounds better, but I have friends who make a pretty compelling argument for stereo.

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  5. In most cases where there are both mono and stereo mixes, the mono is preferred because it was the mix that more time and effort was put into. Stereo was considered a fad by many and those mixes were done as an after-thought.
    Beatles mono mixes were painstakingly done, with days spent on single songs, but the stereo mixes would involve getting a whole record done in a day or two.

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