Robt Johnson re-issue was Re: ROOTS "N BLUES : NEW INSTALMENT DUE
Wed Sep 18 21:19:07 EDT 1996
In article <email@example.com>, vt@USA.PIPELINE.COM says...
>Can you please confirm that the ROBERT JOHNSON set is the NEWLY remastered
>(with 20-bits) but from the ORIGINAL masters (as opposed to an LP "master",
>And ARE Sony actually going to take back the original copies of the
>"Complete" 2CD set in exchange for the properly mastered set - with an
>apology for the ears they have "injured" for the last few years?
I just received a sampler put out by Sony/Legacy for the J&R label to
celebrate J&R's 25th anniversary. Robert Johnson's "Come On In My Kitchen" is
on it from the soon to be released remastered set. Haven't had a chance to
compare this with the old, poorly mastered Complete RJ, but plan to do this
soon. What I want to know is how many times do they expect us to keep buying
this stuff? Why can't someone get it right the first time? But hey, that's
BTW - Got the sampler with my copy of Miles Davis/Gil Evans Complete Columbia
Studio Recordings (6 discs). Only had a chance to listen to disc 1 so far,
but some mighty fine jazz here.
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