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Alan Parsons Project – Eye in the Sky – MOFI 2 x 180g 45RPM Vinyl

£75.00
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You don’t need to be ‘Old & Wise’ to know this is an absolute essential!
Mastered from the original master tapes, Mobile Fidelity’s RTI pressed 180g 45RPM 2LP and hybrid SACD versions of Eye in the Sky feature succulent warmth, magnificent balance, low-end heft, and see-through transparency that take you into the studio with Parsons at Abbey Road Studios. Each note seems perfectly placed, every sequence painstakingly considered. Boasting front-to- back depth, concert-hall-level separation, realistic presence, and bang-on accuracy, the reissues illustrate the lasting importance of perfectionist-minded engineering and recording techniques. These releases will test the capabilities of the world’s finest stereo systems. There’s more information, more texture, more nuance— more of everything to be experienced. British progressive rock would never again sound so sophisticated, suave, or steady.

Duke Ellington – Ellington at Newport – Mofi Mono Vinyl

£49.95
HISTORIC LIVE SET TRIGGERED SPONTANEOUS AUDIENCE OUTBURST THAT FED DIRECTLY INTO FEEL, OUTCOME OF PERFORMANCE
It spurred Duke Ellington's comeback into the mainstream. It captures a performance so energetic, wild, unexpected, and unprecedented that the music literally caused thousands of people to jump up and stand on their chairs, worrying officials that a riot might ensue. It is jazz of the highest order, played at an almost rock n' roll pace, and with an enthusiastic pep that confirms Ellington and his ensemble fed off the crowd's reaction as the collective lit into each new stanza. It is Ellington's best-selling album. It is Ellington at Newport.  

James Taylor – JT – Mofi 180g Vinyl

£55.00
Sourced From the Original Analog Master Tapes and Pressed at Rti for Exceptional Sound 1/4″ / 15 IPS / Dolby A analog master to DSD 64 to analog console to lathe
James Taylor’s best-selling record since 1970’s hallmark Sweet Baby James, the triple-platinum JT takes its permanent place as one of the singer’s most enduring albums — an affair that gorges on country, blues, and rock styles as well as incisive songwriting. As the preeminent singer-songwriter’s Columbia debut, it catapulted Taylor back into the limelight and reestablished his place as the era’s leading-edge folk-rock troubadour.

Janis Joplin – Pearl – Mofi 2 x 180g Vinyl

£79.95
Janis Joplin wouldn’t be denied on Pearl. The powerhouse vocalist had kicked her addictions, teamed with a stupendous band, and partnered with a producer that knew how to best showcase her voice on record.  

Love – Forever Changes – MOFI 2 x 180g Vinyl

£85.00

LOVE – FOREVER CHANGES – MOFI 180g VINYL Ranked #40 on Rolling Stone‘s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: Anticipates Late 1960s Turbulence Via Prophetic Songs and Dark Themes

 

Miles Davis – Nefertiti – Mofi 2 x 180g 45RPM Vinyl

£85.00
STEEPED IN INQUISITIVE INTERPLAY AND SUBCONSCIOUS IMPRESSIONISM
Nefertit will always be known as the final all-acoustic record made by Miles Davis' classic second quintet. A thematic bookend to the preceding Sorcerer, the 1967 set shares much in common with its equally nuanced predecessor yet deviates by way of its focus on rhythm and exploratory soundscapes. The low-key music blooms with colorful bouquets of shadings, gradations, and overtones that on Mobile Fidelity's analog edition bring listeners to closer to the creative passions than ever before.

Miles Davis – Sorcerer – MOFI 2 x 180g 45RPM Vinyl

£85.00
MOOD, INFLECTION, AND NUANCE TAKE CENTER STAGE ON COMPOSITIONS STEEPED IN SOPHISTICATED EXPRESSIONISM
1/4″ / 15 IPS analog master to DSD 256 to analog console to lathe
Filled with aural magic and enchanting musical spells, Sorcerer is true to its name. The third of five albums devised by Miles Davis’ legendary second quintet – and the second record in a still-unprecedented string of eight consecutive releases within a four-year period that forever changed the face of jazz – the 1967 magnum opus mesmerizes with instrumental colors, subdued musings, and subtle details.

Ray Charles – The Genius Sings the Blues 180g Mofi Vinyl

£49.95
MUST-HAVE SONGS FROM CHARLES' PEAK ERA
The Genius Sings the Blues began as a simple compilation. Comprised of a dozen songs Ray Charles made between 1952 and 1960, the collection was released in 1961 by Atlantic Records to counter the singer's migration to rival ABC Paramount. What Atlantic originally underestimated is that the album contained many of Charles' greatest works, all unified by their bluesy emotions and stirring arrangements. A classic of the soul and R&B canon, The Genius Sings the Blues is a snapshot of the evolution of timeless American music captured by the pianist's indelible rhythmic pace, gospel roots, jazz backgrounds, and Southern-styled accents.

The Sisters of Mercy – Floodland LP Mofi Vinyl

£49.95
Meat Loaf Producer Jim Steinman and New York Choral Society Among Collaborators on Vast-Reaching LP The Sisters of Mercy emerged from a brief hiatus and lineup overhaul in spectacularly grand fashion on Floodland, an epic album that stands as the group's commercial breakthrough as well as one of the period's monumental productions. Having witnessed his bandmates leave, singer Andrew Eldritch recruited bassist Patricia Morrison, utilized a groundbreaking drum machine, and hooked up with Meat Loaf collaborator Jim Steinman to attain a glorious, bombastic, and irrepressible marriage of gothic rock and sumptuous balladry.