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ORIGINAL MASTER RECORDING MOBILE FIDELITY SOUND LAB
ANADISQ 200 gram MFSL 1-217 LIMITED EDITION # 2869.
Heavy duty gatefold album with gatefold record holder and high quality record inner sleeve.
A1 T-Bone Shuffle 4:54
A2 The Moon Is Full 4:59
A3 Lion's Den 3:55
A4 She's Into Something 3:49
A5 Bring Your Fine Self Home 4:30
B1 Black Cat Bone 4:54
B2 The Dream 5:28
B3 Albert's Alley 4:01
B4 Blackjack 6:26
Bass – Johnny Gayden
Drums – Casey Jones (2)
Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals – Albert Collins
Guitar, Vocals – Johnny Copeland, Robert Cray
Organ – Allen Batts
About the company (from Wikipedia):
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MFSL or MoFi) is a re-issue record label known as an innovator in the production of audiophile-quality sound recordings. All of the label's releases are created from the first-generation analog master recordings via a custom-engineered tape machine. MFSL has issued titles on LP. Each title is licensed from the original record company for a limited period of time and production runs are usually restricted to a few thousand units each.
The emphasis on quality at MFSL has been praised by critics and music fans. After the label's initial success, both major record labels and small startups began producing half-speed mastered releases and albums advertised as being sourced directly from the original master tape.
Half-speed LP mastering
Mobile Fidelity was the first label to use the half-speed mastering technique. All LP releases are pressed from lacquers cut at 1/2 normal playing speed. This is accomplished by playing master tape at half its normal speed, while simultaneously running the cutting lathe at half speed. For instance, a 30 inch per second (I.P.S.) speed tape would be played at 15 I.P.S., while the lathe is running at 16?? RPM (when cutting a standard 33?? RPM LP). The half-speed mastering technique allows for extended frequency response and better transient attack.
Early MFSL titles were pressed by JVC in Japan on virgin 180 gram "SuperVinyl" vinyl. JVC originally developed this proprietary plastic compound in the early 1970s to reduce record wear on CD-4 discrete quadraphonic LP records. Supervinyl is a harder and more durable vinyl formula than traditional formulas. The pressings exhibit a very low surface noise, as well as pops and clicks. Supervinyl is proprietary JVC technology, which was discontinued in the late 1980s.
ANADISQ 200 are vinyl 200 gram recordings.
Record album comes with original high quality gatefold inner record holder and record sleeve.
The condition of the record is EXcellent to NM – Near Mint.
The condition of the gatefold album cover is NM - Near Mint.
The condition of the gatefold record holder is NM - Near Mint.
Of course, if the buyer does not agree, I will refund the item price.
I visually inspect and grade each record; I do not play each record.
This album comes from my personal collection.
The record was always stored correctly, and only played on my
Well Tempered turntable.
Comes from smoke free home.
Buy more than one and I will combine items and reduce shipping costs.
NOTE: Album will be shipped in special record shipping box well protected.
Record(s) will be taken out of album cover and record sleeve(s) so no seam split during shipping.
Two cardboard stiffeners will be used to ensure it from being broken or bent during shipment.
International Shipping: I take extra care and use more packing material when shipping overseas.
Any package under 4 pounds can be sent First CIass International
which cannot be tracked or insured. Buyer beware!
Buyers must agree to take full responsibility if they select FCI.
I can NOT bear responsibility for packages lost or damaged by the Postal System.
If you do not agree with this, please DO NOT purchase or bid!
If you want protection, it is available using Priority Mail.
Any package over 4 pounds is automatically sent Priority.