- This excellent copy of Strange Days boasts Double Plus (A++) sound or BETTER on both sides
- An outstanding-sounding pressing of one of the most difficult-to-find records in the world of Hot Stampers
- Demo Quality sound for so many classics: “When The Music’s Over,” “Moonlight Drive,” “Love Me Two Times,” and more
- “… if The Beatles had Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club and The Beach Boys had Pet Sounds, then The Doors’ answer was Strange Days. This experimentation can be heard in the very first notes of the title track, as Ray Manzarek’s spacey keyboards set the tone for Morrison’s eerie, distorted warning, ‘Strange days have found us.’ It’s the perfect introduction to a perfectly strange album.”
- If you’re a fan of The Doors, this early pressing from 1967 surely belong in your collection
- The complete list of titles from 1967 that we’ve reviewed to date can be found here.
If you’re looking to demonstrate just how good 1967 All Tube Analog sound can be, this copy will can do just that.
It’s spacious, sweet and positively dripping with ambience. Talk about Tubey Magic, the liquidity of the sound here is positively uncanny. This is vintage analog at its best, so full-bodied and relaxed you’ll wonder how anyone seriously contemplated trying to improve it. (more…)