Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. I can see the blue and see through pressing retaining a bit of its value as it is an og mail order pressing, but not like some of the prices people are trying to sell it for now As advertised, this thing is a beaut.
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Clare Maguire. Colter Wall. Crystal Lake. Cultura Profetica. Cypress Spring. Dave McKenna. Le Weekend, 4. Make it Soft, 5. Static, 6. Girls are the New Boys, 7. Vesuvius, 2. Absence, 3. Que Quieres? Happy Robots, 5. Kaspian, 6. Dreams Mean Nothing, 7. The Good Life, 8. This is great! A bit depressing perhaps but great vocal, nice slow rocker. Possibly too dark a subject for the album but nice song worth and worthy of inclusion for sure. This is my favorite of the three discs because I love rough mixes and I really love the outtakes included on this disc.
Little Lamb Dragonfly — interesting has a scratch vocal from Paul with incomplete lyrics, highlights the lovely strings near the end. A really nice version. The live take may be a bit better but this studio take is really quite good. Jazz Street — great instrumental track, Should have been on the album. Rocky and a bit weird, love it! Live and Let Die — Group Only, Take 10 — This is really fun without the orchestra present and is a really nice alternate version of this well-known McCartney classic.
This almost legendary film was made by Paul McCartney and has been talked about for years in books about his career but mysteriously shelved. The film lasts approximately 52 minutes and basically consists of a live Wings concert circa with the added addition of a mouse and his family who live beneath the stage!
McCartney introduces the story at the beginning and throughout the film the mice pop up and even interact with the band onstage. Luckily the songs listed below in the film are mainly complete and this film is a treasure trove for McCartney fans who want a glimpse of the powerhouse early Wings could be in a live setting. Big Barn Bed — studio version over concert footage Eat at Home — live version, beautifully filmed, great sound interrupted by cartoon Bip Bop — terrific live version!
The Mess — live, another fantastic performance, live soundtrack with visuals from different shows as well as,staged filmed concert Wild Life — live with animal footage, terrific live version better than the studio track. Again better than studio version Seaside Woman — studio track My Love — live, another nice live take! What superb vocals!!! The DVD and Blu-Ray of this film are in a separate fold out insert that also contains reproductions of original sketches from the film.
Fourth Mary noticeably better quality from video probably not film as the others. Has speed issues though and slows down for a few seconds then speeds back up. The first one is a lovely hardback book filled with photos and information about the making of the album as well as reproductions of lyric sheets and photos and other mementos that came from the era. The books in these McCartney Archive sets have gotten better and better with each release and this one in particular is probably one of if not the best in the series.
The main thing that surprised me about this set was the live material from the film and the audio discs. This is great because you can get the highest quality sound with no added compression — the CDs have added limiting. If you can only afford the 2 CD version definitely go for that one as you get most of the music and this terrific group of songs is well worth seeking out and enjoying!
Each of these albums will be available in multiple formats from 2 Lps sets and 2 CD sets as well as the mother load Super Deluxe sets! The super sets contain CDs and DVDs as well as several groovy books that feature photos and reproductions of various McCartney goodies from the making of these albums. Malachi Lui is an AnalogPlanet contributing editor, music lover, record collector, and highly opinionated sneaker enthusiast.
Nowadays, he does nothing but complain about virtual concerts. Some mean ex-girlfriend who stole some of my fav CD's and left "Chants of India" on my desk at work as some form of 'payment', along with a bad album from Romeo Void that wasn't worth remembering.
I saw it there it was angry all over again. I went to one of my shops, the Exclusive Company, pretty early in the morning and they sold out of all 9 copies before 10 am! I then ran to their other location in a panicked rush and thankfully got my copies before the hordes took them all. They reported no line for the first time on RSD and I still almost missed out!
I imagine larger major markets might receive more stock than Milwaukee. I would assume that the current 'just enough to create hype' inventories are not enough for laggards and others that miss out on RSD or pre-orders. I think looking at costs for pressing a larger run benefits them, vs.
I spent the day working, trying to keep the economy working for you 14 and 72 year olds. Someone's gotta! Looks like some nice hauls!
Maybe next year for me. RSD has turned a bit into a rat race the past few years.Two months and 10+ listens later, one thing is certain. Sweet Trip’s You Will Never Know Why is a masterpiece of pop. Shedding the Glitch and IDM sounds of their debut, Sweet Trip focuses in on Indie and Twee Pop sounds found on tracks like ‘Dsco’, my personal favorite from Velocity. Design. Comfort.