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Old 10-19-2018, 11:43 AM
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The site also has for preorder "Stevie Ray Vaughn Texas Flood". I do not recall seeing that before.
I think I'll pass on the SRV......It's just hard for me to believe that they can best what Analogue Productions did with his Texas Hurricane box set....the 45 RPMs are simply amazing. I did read a rumor that Bob Dylan's Blood on The Tracks may be coming up, that's one of my favorite albums so I'll be in for that one if true.

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I think I'll pass on the SRV......It's just hard for me to believe that they can best what Analogue Productions did with his Texas Hurricane box set....the 45 RPMs are simply amazing. I did read a rumor that Bob Dylan's Blood on The Tracks may be coming up, that's one of my favorite albums so I'll be in for that one if true.

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Buck,

you can pre-order any of the Mofi-One Step disks today from Musicdirect.... and yes Blood on the Tracks is one of them

Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks (Lmt Ed UltraDisc One-Step 45rpm Vinyl 2LP Box Set)
LMFUD1S006

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Aren't all these 2 LP sets a big PIA, having to change sides after 3 songs or so?

Why are manufactures doing this injustice.

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Aren't all these 2 LP sets a big PIA, having to change sides after 3 songs or so?

Why are manufactures doing this injustice.

Ron
If you've heard them, you'll see why. Listening to the Santana Abraxas box is almost an event itself. It's worth it to me, not on every single thing of course, but for your favorite albums? 45 RPMs just sound amazing.

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Well I for one hate getting up and changing the sides 4 times when listening to an album.

Maybe someday.....................they will make a one sided vinyl album that sounds great.

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