Monday, March 27, 2006


If Capitol doesn´t release it, I´ll do....... The Stereo Today Album!!!! (Not only Sea Of Tunes mixes)


Blogger ArnieBlepson said...

wow! forgot all about this album. thanks for the party album by the way. i have to admit i like the studio chatter stuff the best. i really enjoy listening to the creative process. i also like to hear these guys having a good time doing what they love. you read so much about the tragedies in their lives but you rarely get to experience the good times they had. thanks again!

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great, looking forward to it! My cd-r of it died awhile back and I've missed it ever since.

1:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really didn't know it could be possible to re-mix a Spector recording, but the experience was exciting.

Now I'm convinced, the stereo "Today" might be rather satisfying, too... ;)

Looking forward the chance to re-discover one of my all time favourite albums in all it's brilliance, and even more dimensions of it!

I also hope we'll be able to enjoy "Summer Days" as well in the not too distant future... :-)

Thanks so much for sharing, and please: Keep on rocking!!!

1:59 PM  
Blogger Hamhead said...

What sucks about the "Summer Days" box is some of the tapes were 8-track. SDASN was their first go-round with 8-track recording. Brian Wilson chose to record the backing tracks (at Western) which had 3 (later 4) track facilities. The 8-track material was recorded at Columbia which was one of the first 8-track facilities on the west coast. A quarter way though recording, all of the vocal's were done on 8-track as well as 2 tracks. The SDASN boxset is missing the 8-track tapes since the people who copied them did not have a 1" 8-track recorder at their disposal. Becausae of that, only the 3 and 4 track tapes were used for the box. -M.A.

2:51 PM  

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