QUOTE (colonel snow @ Jan 10 2008, 10:30 PM)
the good import LP's released on Audifon label - Golden Archive label - Laurel label like Rocking Rebel vol. 1-2-3/ Plantation rcok / A dog's life / 2 double LP's with Burkbank shows / Jailhouse rock sessions and many more are worth to make a CDR taken from the vinyl.
some tracks on the LP Memphis memories are even not released on CD.
RCA/BMG has released some LP's not available on CD like the German release Elvis Forever vol. 2.
side 2-3 from the first pressing of this double LP has the stereo channel closed and this gives a strange effect like Kiss me quick without backing vocals.
this old records taken from 2-3 tracks stereo masters has a separation that backing vocals were in one channel (right channel most of the time) while Elvis was in the other. With the CD's at the moment Elvis' vocal is remixed to the foreground and the backing vocals behind Elvis.
Never throw away your vinyl because these are the original mixes.
I've put my LP's on CDR too when is it an important release and it give the oppertunity to clean up the releases for surface noice/scratches etc.
Kool thing Colonel, is all of those boots you mentioned are the exact same ones I made cd-r cpoies for my collection. I have more to keep me busy into the new year cleaning and copying.
Elvis ain't dead, he just went home.