One of our good customers had this to say about some Hot Stampers he purchased recently:
Listening to Kind Of Blue. Who needs an equipment upgrade with records like these?
It’s actually one of the common faults of audiophile thinking, present company excluded, that if you can make a record like KOB sound great, you must have a good stereo system.
The opposite is true; the real test is to get difficult to reproduce recordings to sound good, not easy to reproduce recordings.
If you want to test the limits of your system, here are some difficult to reproduce records that will allow you to do it.
And if you want to buy some records that sound great but are difficult to reproduce, these Hot Stamper pressings should do the trick.
Either way, KOB is killer, and the MoFi of it is a joke, but don’t tell this guy, who appears to be rather new to this whole “reviewing” thing:
To quote the man himself, “I do a review of the best sounding copy’s [sic] of Miles Davis – Kind Of Blue. What are the copy’s [sic] you should own?
He actually does no such thing. He does not in fact review the best sounding copies, because he’s too clueless to even bother with the ’70s Red Label pressings, some versions of which happen to be some of our favorites.