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Originally posted on Memory Revival:
Over the past 12 months I became interested in collecting vinyl again (more about this in an upcoming post) and one of the main attractions of this has been transferring the dedicated mono mixes from vinyl to digital audio.
The first album I transferred was a 1982 K-Tel compilation titled “Rock ‘n’ Roll Rebel”, and to be honest, I didn’t expect much from this one. The packaging looked cheap, and I decided to use the album for a test run to see if I had set my new turntable up correctly, as I wasn’t willing to risk this with a rarer title.
However, when the needle hit the grooves I was very pleasantly surprised. The record sounded great, and after paying more attention to the sleeve-notes and the run out grooves, I soon realised that this compilation had been mastered by none other than the Legendary Boppin’ Bob Jones. Hence…
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