96 24 Flac Master

Shawn Phillips ‎/ Rumplestiltskin's Resolve (A&M Records US 1976) (White Label Promo) Vinyl Rip in 16/ 44.1 - 24/96 - 24/192

Shawn Phillips ‎/ Rumplestiltskin's Resolve
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/192kHz (1.8 GB) + 24-bit/96kHz (1.0 GB) + 16-bit/44.1kHz ~ Redbook (451 MB)
Flac | 5% Recovery Info | Full Hi-Rez Artwork Scans and iTunes PDF
Vinyl ~ Cue ~ Fingerprint ~ md5 | NF ~ FP
Folk Rock, Rock, World, Country, Funk-Soul, Fusion, Jazz-Rock, Jazz-Funk, Progressive | 1976 | SP-4582

Shawn Phillips is my guru, a spiritual guide if you will. After listening to this album I am always infused with energy and good will and feel I have the strength to carry on no matter what is pulling me down in life. Shawn is my candidate for the most overlooked / underrated musician of our time, he’s an extremely fine musician and vocalist with an incredible vocal range that will blow your mind.

Over the years Mr. Phillips has worked with Peter Robinson quite a bit, you might know him from Quatermass (the band). Peter Robinson shines quite a bit on Rumplestiltskin's Resolve, another Quatermass alum (John Gustafson on bass) shows up on the “Spiteful” track.
Eugene Goossens/LSO - Villa-Lobos: The Little Train of The Caipira (1960) 24-Bit/96-kHz Studio Master

Eugene Goossens/LSO - Villa-Lobos: The Little Train of The Caipira
Studio Master in 24-Bit/96-kHz | FLAC tracks | Full Scan Covers | MU, RS | 232 MB 3% recovery
1960 | Genre: Classical | Label: Everest | SDBR-3041 | HDTrack hi-res digital download

As an introduction to the music of the Brazilian composer Villa-Lobos, you can't really do better than this little masterwork which is the toccata from his Bachiana Brasileira No. 2. It was inspired by a ride that Villa-Lobos took in 1931 on just such a train that was transporting berry-pickers and farm laborers between villages…
(Jean-Yves Duperron)
Stokowski/HSO - Scriabin: The Poem of Ecstacy (1959) 24-Bit/96-kHz Studio Master

Stokowski/HSO - Scriabin: The Poem of Ecstacy
Studio Master 24-Bit/96-kHz | FLAC tracks | Full Scan Covers | MU, RS | 632 MB 3% recovery
1959 | Genre: Classical | Label: Everest | SDBR-3032 | HDTrack hi-res digital download

A Bert Whyte recording of Maestro Stokowski conducting the Houston Symphony at the Houston Civic Center in 1959. Le Poeme d’extase is a big, one movement work in sonata form that combines the elements of a symphony and a tone poem. The work highlights Scriabin’s development and exploitation of new harmonic ideas including chord structures constructed on intervals of a fourth instead of a third. Coupled on this release is another Stokowski/Houston performance of Amirov’s “Azerbaijan Mugan” recorded on March 16th, 1959 at the Houston Civic Center. Amirov’s composition, masterfully performed by Stokowski and the Houston, exhibits the complicated system of mode scales and fixed melodic patterns characteristic of music of the East.
Tears for Fears "The Seeds of Love" Fontana UK LP Rip 96/24 Linear Tracking TT

Tears for Fears "The Seeds of Love" Fontana UK LP Rip 96/24 Linear Tracking TT
LP rip at 24-bit/96kHz in Linear Tracking turntable| FLAC x 2 | NO CUE | Hi Res Scans
10 x 100 MB + 51 MB | RS | Fontana UK LP 838 730-1 | Pop/Rock | 1989


Oh, the 80's, how I miss 'em!!!
Here is one of the masterpieces of Pop from the 1980's, orchestrated by none other than Mr. Leo himself, Roland Orzabal, and a crew of top rate musicians, among them the incredible Oletta Adams.
Reportedly costing about 1 million GBP to make at the time, it is one of the few albums that actually sounds like a million bucks!!!!
Also featuring the dubious honor of having up to five 24 track machines synched together to get 100+ separate tracks (let's not even talk about the patch bay!!!), the production here is beyond stellar.
Mixed by David Bascombe in "SuperBascombevision" (or something like that) , there are also mixes by Bob Clearmountain("Woman In chains") that define "State of the Art Recording".
When I got his LP , it was in NM visually, but it was the clickiest thing ever. Fortunately, ClickRepair came to the rescue.
The "sheen" that permeates this LP is nowhere to be found on any CD version, so , if you TRULY want to listen to this album for the FIRST TIME EVER, as it was supposed to have sounded originally, download and listen to this sonic marvel!
Pink Floyd "Animals" Japanese 1st Pressing Linear Tracking Turntable 96/24

Pink Floyd "Animals" Japanese 1st Pressing Linear Tracking Turntable 96/24
LP rip at 24-bit/96kHz in Linear Tracking turntable| FLAC x 2 | NO CUE
8 x 100 MB + 36 MB | RS | Progressive Rock | 1977


This LP needs no introduction. If you're looking into this,you already know the deal.
Why another rip? I do not intend to demean the other member's rip of the same LP at the same resolution.
Here is the difference : this LP was recorded using a LINEAR TRACKING TURNTABLE as opposed to a pivot arm one.
This reduces inner groove distortion considerably.
I also use a very decent good elliptical stylus, the Ortofon OM20.
I hope you enjoy the difference.

Santana-Caravanserai QUADRAPHONIC MIX on DVD-A 96/24 ONLY  Music

Posted by empanadilla at Jan. 19, 2010
Santana-Caravanserai QUADRAPHONIC MIX on DVD-A 96/24 ONLY

Santana "Caravanserai" QUADRAPHONIC MIX DVD-A only (1972)
DVD-A Only ISO (Image + Front & Back Covers) | 96/24 4.0 LPCM | ISO 15 x 190,7 MB + 152 MB
Genre: Classic Rock/Latin Fusion | Label: Columbia CAQ 31610 | Source: SQ LP

Caravanserai marked a new beginning in Santana' musical direction. Carlos played his wailing solos quite a bit less and let the ensemble take over-and what an ensemble.
This is one of Prog-Latin Rock's first masterpieces. Briefly reunited by Gregg Rollie, the original singer, and joined by an astounding young bass player, Doug Rauch (RIP), this is a REAL journey into the beauty of the desert.
THis is the same 96/24 rip that was used in the DTS-CD, but a bit "spiffed up": some light izotoping (H Exc, a bit of puncher and some dithering),
AND
with a great slideshow created by yours truly , in which you'll see the lyrics and some cool backgrounds.
Enjoy!
Patricia Barber - Live: A Fortnight in France [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]

Patricia Barber - Live: A Fortnight in France [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]
FLAC | 24bit | 96Khz | Stereo | 1,333 Mb
Styles: Jazz, Blues
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Critically-acclaimed jazz pianist-vocalist Patricia Barber performs live in France with her outstanding quartet delighting listeners with a mix of original compositions and standards including "Witchcraft," "Call Me" and "Norwegian Wood."

Recorded in March and April 2004 at clubs in three French cities (L’Arsenal in Metz, La Coursive in La Rochelle and La Cigale in Paris), Live: A Fortnight In France is her eighth release, and offers further proof that Patricia Barber is at the vanguard of the new school of jazz singer/songwriters who are continuing to explore intriguing improvisational terrain.
Laurindo Almeida - Virtuoso Guitar [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]

Laurindo Almeida - Virtuoso Guitar [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]
FLAC | 24bit | 96Khz | Stereo | 496 Mb
Styles: Acoustic Jazz, Guitar
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LAURINDO ALMEIDA Virtuoso Guitar Very rare 1977 US 4-track limited edition 'Supercut' direct to disc 45RPM audiophile LP recorded live directly to the master lacquer & pressed on high quality vinyl, silvered embossed pasted picture sleeve…

Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]  

Posted by dimsal at May 28, 2009
Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]

Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]
FLAC | 24bit | 96Khz | Stereo | 1,095 Mb
Styles: Rock
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FRANK ZAPPA Sheik Yerbouti Classic 1979 US 18-track double vinyl LP. Music features the then new Zappa discovery, a pre-King Crimson Adrian Belew and was recorded mostly live in London…

Frank Zappa - Apostrophe [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]  

Posted by dimsal at May 28, 2009
Frank Zappa - Apostrophe [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]

Frank Zappa - Apostrophe [96/24 Stereo LP Rip]
FLAC | 24bit | 96Khz | Stereo | 684 Mb
Styles: Rock
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FRANK ZAPPA Apostrophe 1974 US 9-track Discreet LP. One of Frank Zappa's most commercially successful albums, APOSTROPHE is also among his goofiest. The album found its way to the semi-mainstream chiefly on the strength of "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow." As the title of that single indicates, the scatological humor and cheap jokes that are part of Zappa's stock in trade abound here (see also the self-explanatory "Stink-Foot"). Part of Zappa's genius, though, much like that of Gong's Daevid Allen, was to deflate his sophisticated instrumental excursions and conceptual work with lowbrow humor and downright silliness. Nowhere is that process more apparent than on APOSTROPHE.

The typically large band (including violin and horns) that accompanies Zappa here follows him through daunting twists and turns as tempos get turned around and counterpoint riffs bounce off each other at breakneck speed. In the midst of all this instrumental facility, Zappa's satirical side blazes forth, as on "Uncle Remus," which addresses racial strife, and the bluesy "Cosmik Debris," where he casts aspersions on the idea of gurus. APOSTROPHE finds Zappa at a peak: successfully mingling humor with harmonic exploration, yet succumbing to the excesses of neither.