Wednesday, March 22, 2006


PHIL SPECTOR IN STEREO!!

Well, boys. After a little problem with blogger.com "they say this blog is spam", I'm back again, with very interesting stereo mixes from Phil Spector vaults, I picked here and there.

http://rapidshare.de/files/16165979/back_to_stereo.zip.html

No tracklist, no cover, no comment. I am thinking if I should continue with this project. A very unpolite reader has said : more posts and less teasers. What do you think is this, boy? Go to a record shop and you will have all the post and CDs you want. I work and I have a life out of this blog. If I post some stuff it's for you. I have this music already. I wait for musical comments and I have this. Bufff....

LET'S MAKE IT

21 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

ignore the rude commenter. Blogs like yours (and HansZun) that are about love and fun, not $$ and ads and grabbiness, that's why I read blogs. Thanks!

2:13 PM  
Blogger P-E Fronning said...

Nice to see you up and running again! Blog on!

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think your blog is great. not enough people appreciate the fine sounds you are providing to us. thank you!

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That re-poster really led to alot of no-love lurkers...oh well...don't let it get to you. thanks as always for another great set of posts...besides the waiting makes it sweeter. great stuff. cheers!

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the great music. Love the stereo Spector and the Beach Boys takes. I check the postings everyday. It was such a joy to hear the Ronettes in stereo. By the way, have you ever seen the film The TNT Show produced by Phil Spector? It has stunning live performances by the Ronettes, Bo Diddley [who steals the show], the Lovin Spoonful [such an underrated band of musicians..never got their real due], Ike and Tina Turner, Ray Charles and more. You can find copies for sale on the net.

5:59 PM  
Blogger Eddie Riff said...

Great to hear the stereo for a change. The TNT show is fun, but I sure wish they'd put out the complete T.A.M.I. show on DVD! Thanks for sharing!

6:15 PM  
Blogger Scott Mumford said...

Dude... this is absolutely the coolest stuff!

(I REALLY enjoyed the Beach Boys stuff--being a total Brian Wilson devotee.)

KEEP IT UP, BRO!

7:17 PM  
Blogger Walknthabass said...

Don't let the rude posters piss you off.

You do it for the love of the music and sharing that love with others. And the musical knowledge that comes with it!

Thanks!

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

IMHO Lovin' Spoonful -> RnR Hall of Fame. I think they got their due.

6:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I meant is that the Lovin Spoonful never got their due as musicians. They were sort of lumped into this 'folk rock' thing whatever that meant. The late Zal Yanovksy was an incredible guitarist, mixing country,blues, and jazz into his playing. The drummer really was right in the pocket and the band could 'swing' as opposed to so many of the so called sixties groups who often used session players. Check out the Spoonful album tracks, particularly their debut and "Hums of the Lovin Spoonful"

9:00 AM  
Anonymous Craig said...

I agree with the rest - this is a GREAT blog, and we're grateful to you for all you've posted!

Craig

9:28 AM  
Anonymous MacMan said...

Interesting Spector tracks. Did these come from the 1970s vinyl "Rare Masters" LPs? I remember buying a few of these back then.

Great tracks- especially those Ronette tracks. I am a Spector fan but I have to admit his worst stuff can be pretty tasteless, but his best stuff is 100% magic. I love his 1960s output, didn't mind "Let It Be" or the Harrison and Lennon albums, loved The Ramones LP.

Thanks for a great post!

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing some great music! (and a personal thank you for supplying the Phil Spector tracks in .mp3 format rather than *ugh* windows media files). Cheers!

7:22 PM  
Anonymous moondog said...

there is technical problems with
the spector in stereo???
hope it gets fixed soon.

great blog!

2:17 PM  
Blogger Larry Davenport said...

Love your site and as soon as my blog is up I would love to add you as a link. I have collected "gray area" recordings here and there over the years but the prices have been so outlandish I have had to pass. The Satanic Sessions were great and I hope there is more on the way.

peace.

11:24 AM  
Anonymous Tom Lawler said...

The file is off of rapidshare. Anyone else have a copy? I have the Xmas Album in stereo, but nothing else of Spectors.

Would LOVE to hear them! shoot me an email at doowoop.guy@gmail.com

10:53 PM  
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4:54 PM  
Blogger MrBasssman53 said...

Please repost on rapidshare.com if possible. I am very interested in Phil Spector stereo. Thank you.

7:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah!!! Please repost this!

10:23 AM  
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Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

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