Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys (1970) [FLAC] Classic Records Orig 180gr Pressing

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Name:Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys (1970) [FLAC] Classic Records Orig 180gr Pressing

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 01 - Who Knows.flac

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 02 - Machine Gun.flac

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 03 - Them Changes.flac

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 04 - Power of Love.flac

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 05 - Message to Love.flac

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 06 - We Gotta Live Together.flac

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 Band Of Gypsys.ffp

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Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsys (1970) Classic Records 180gr
16bit/44.1kHz (CD Quality Audio)

01 - Who Knows
02 - Machine Gun
03 - Changes (Buddy Miles)
04 - Power of Love
05 - Message to Love
06 - We Gotta Live Together (Buddy Miles)

All song by Hendrix except where indicated

Jimi Hendrix – Vocals / Guitar
Buddy Miles – Vocals / Drums
Billy Cox – Bass Guitar / Backing Vocals

Recorded live at the Fillmore East, NY on January 1, 1970

Produced by Heaven Research Limited (= Jimi Hendrix)
Recorded by Wally Heider
Mixed by Eddie Kramer / Jimi Hendrix
Re-Mastered & Lacquer cut at Sterling Sound, NY by Eddie Kramer / George Marino

Source: (Side 1: ST 472-A1 1A - EK - sterling - GM / Side 2: ST 472-B1 1A - EK - sterling - GM)

Technics 1210mk2 w/ AT-150 MLX stylus > Yamaha CA-1010 (1979 Solid State Amp)
> RME ADI-2 A/D Interface (conversion to 24 bit, 96kHz) > Click Repair (Cl: 5, Cr: 0) >
Audition 3.0 > SOX Resampler (to 44.1) > Mbit+ Dithering (to 16 bit) > Traders Little Helper (Flac 8)

(NB: Audition 3.0 was used for adjusting DC bias, editing (incl. manual removal of clicks
and pops), adding gain and making the cue points.
CueListTool v1.7 & Mediaval CueSplitter were used for generating the .cue's & .m3u's. )

Vinyl Transfer & Restoration by Prof. Stoned
Artwork modified by Ektachromeplain (most of it is taken from the EH cd)


Prof. sez:

I circulated the first rip I did of this LP two years ago in 16/44.1 only.
But I have come a long way with my hobby since then and this new rip finally does
this beautiful pressing (in near mint condition) justice.
The old rip may sound good in its own right, but if you compare it with this there will be no contest.
This one has a more natural sounding high-end (because of a much better cartridge/stylus)
in a near tape-like quality.

The Band of Gypsys album has had many LP and CD releases.
However, when it comes to the best soundquality there are only two issue's that really matter:
the 1st US pressing on Capitol in 1970 with the RL (stands for Robert Ludwig) initials in the
dead wax and the 1997 vinyl re-issue as cut by Eddie Kramer and George Marino from the
original analogue 2-track mix down tapes which is used for this release.
These two make all the CD's & all other Lp's presses sound like dogshit (IMO, and I heard them all).
The RL Capitol pressing and the EK/GM reissue do not exactly sound alike:
the RL has a more smoother sounding mid-range but at the same time
it does not have same clarity and realism of the EK/GM. It's THAT good.
I just wished EH could have given all the other Hendrix albums the same treatment.

The record was professionally and carefully cleaned in three steps using Audio Intelligent’s
Enzymantic formula, Super Cleaner Formula, and Ultra pure water on a VPI 16.5
(using VPI brushes) and Nitty Gritty mini-pro 2.
I spent a lot of time manually declicking the wave file (after Click Repair had already been
applied with a very light setting) to make sure the cleanest and most natural sounding result
possible was achieved.


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