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Johnny Cash At San Quentin

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  • A great sounding vintage 360 pressing of a legendary live album – this copy earned Double Plus (A++) grades or better on both sides
  • Full, rich, lively and clean – Johnny Cash gets the sonic treatment he deserves here – exceptionally quiet vinyl too
  • So many great songs: Wanted Man, I Walk the Line, San Quentin, A Boy Named Sue, Folsom Prison Blues and more
  • 5 stars: “…listen to “A Boy Named Sue,” … rescued by the wild-eyed, committed performance by Cash, where it sounds like he really was set on murdering that son of a bitch who named him Sue. He sounds that way throughout the record… “

We had a blast listening to this album. Cash’s banter between the songs is practically as good as the music itself! (more…)

Johnny Cash – Now, There Was A Song

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Now, There Was A Song


A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Jazz Hall of Fame.

This very nice looking original Columbia Stereo 360 Label LP has that authentic early Johnny Cash sound. We put this through our cleaning process and took a listen. The EQ on his vocals is a little bit brighter than we like but overall the album has LOTS OF TUBEY MAGIC!

“This is an outstanding album of covers of old country songs, from the familiar (Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams, George Jones) to lesser-known gems. ” AMG

Bob Dylan – Nashville Skyline

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  • An outstanding copy of this Dylan classic with solid Double Plus (A++) sound from first note to last
  • Rich, yet clean, clear and open, with good space around the instruments and tight, note-like bass
  • “Lay Lady Lay,” “To Be Alone With You,” “I Threw It All Away,” “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You,” and the duet with Johnny Cash on “Girl From the North Country” have become country-rock standards
  • 5 stars: “It’s a warm, friendly album, particularly since Bob Dylan is singing in a previously unheard gentle croon — the sound of his voice is so different it may be disarming upon first listen, but it suits the songs.”

This pressing has the kind of Tubey Magical Midrange that modern pressings cannot BEGIN to reproduce. Folks, that sound is gone and it sure isn’t showing any sign of coming back. (more…)