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godzilla777

9/14/71 Berkeley Definitive version

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27 minutes ago, godzilla777 said:

What is the best version of this great show??

The original TMQ vinyl. All CD releases are sourced from vinyl. Godfather did an excellent CD release of both 9/13 and 9/14. You wouldn't need another, but the original vinyl is the money. 

Edited by porgie66

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Cashmere did a 24 bit remaster , I prefer it over Godfather. I have the TMOQ Vinyl rip and if it's any indication that Vinyl must sound good.

Cashmere did 2 incredible releases and poof !?

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Cashmere did a 24 bit remaster California Expedition , I prefer it over Godfather.

I have the TMOQ Vinyl rip , Going to California and if it's any indication that Vinyl must sound good.

These are two worthwhile Net Rips.

Zeppelin was incredible in 71.

Cashmere did 2 incredible releases and poof !?

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18 hours ago, porgie66 said:

The original TMQ vinyl. All CD releases are sourced from vinyl. Godfather did an excellent CD release of both 9/13 and 9/14. You wouldn't need another, but the original vinyl is the money. 

+1 What he said. 

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Hi

Got my 2LP-set "Berkely Daze 2nd Night" 9/14/71 last week. It`s 180 gram, yellow vinyl, a fine gatefold cover & ltd to 400.

It was sold as a new Eat A Peach release, shipped directly from Trieste, Italy- but Eat A Peach is nowhere mentioned on the cover. Instead it is stated as a Casino Records Ent. release, distributed by The Family Affair Company, LA, USA.

Very confusing- zepster1979, who also got it, think it is released by the Godfather folks.

Anyway, it sounds way better than my old CD Going To California by Electric Junk.

Unfortunately, I am not in the lucky position to be able to compare it to the original TMQ vinyl...

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