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The Jimi Hendrix Experience

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Side A 1. Purple Haze 2. Manic Depression 3. Hey Joe 4. Love Or Confusion 5. May This Be Love 6. I Don't Live Today Side B 1. The Wind Cries Mary 2. Fire 3. 3rd Stone From The Sun 4. Foxey Lady 5. Are You Experienced?
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LP HQ-200g:

Nr kat.: AUHQR0005
Label  : Analogue Productions


"The Axis UHQR cut is amazing — full bodied, detailed, powerful and engaging. Very impressive. The best pressing of the record I have ever heard." — Bill Levenson, Grammy Award-winning reissue producer Technologia wymagająca tyleż intuicji i mistrzostwa co precyzji i artyzmu. Opracowana w 1980 roku, nawiązująca do tradycji 'czerwonego winylu' z lat 60. minionego stulecia - gwarantuje lustrzane wręcz odbicie zapisu studyjnego. Masa winylowa wolna od pierwiastków metali, jednorodna w każdej cząsteczce budowy atomowej. No i te rowki... Tylko szekspirowski sztylet wbija się w plecy równie precyzyjnie, jak grot igły w to tłoczenie. Niezwykle atrakcyjnie wydane, bogato udokumentowane edycje zniknęły z rynku zanim się na nim pojawiły. Audiofilska poezja blednie przy tym dźwięku. Więc niech on przemówi, a każdy dodatkowy argument na rzecz UHQR będzie zbędny. ********** "AP's UHQR mastered by Bernie Grundman towers above the rest. During our listening session, I told (Michael Fremer), "if someone doesn't like this record's sound, their listening situation is crap." It's everything the SACD offers and more, minus the slight digital sheen, and shockingly quieter (Yes! The vinyl produced blacker backgrounds than did the SACD, hence the "shock" — Ed). In addition, the packaging (which was sent in an unfinalized version) is stunning; the album itself is housed in a Stoughton tip-on gatefold while the outer two-piece box is of excellent build and features a beautiful wooden spine." — Malachi Lui, AnalogPlanet.com. Read the entire commentary, based on a pre-production copy of the album, here. Analogue Productions, the audiophile in-house reissue label of Acoustic Sounds, Inc., together with Quality Record Pressings, is reintroducing one of the most revered brands in LP history — the Ultra High Quality Record (UHQR™), originally introduced by JVC Japan in the 1980s! Analogue Productions presents its first UHQR™ title — Jimi Hendrix's 1967 masterpiece, Axis: Bold As Love, in both stereo and mono versions. This UHQR™ is newly remastered by Bernie Grundman from the original analog master tapes. Each UHQR™ will be pressed at Acoustic Sounds' industry-leading pressing plant Quality Record Pressings (QRP) using hand-selected Clarity Vinyl® on a manual Finebilt press with attention paid to every single detail of every single record. The 200-gram records will feature the same flat profile that helped to make the original UHQR™ so desirable. From the lead-in groove to the run-out groove, there is no pitch to the profile, allowing the customer's stylus to play truly perpendicular to the grooves from edge to center. Clarity Vinyl® allows for the purest possible pressing and the most visually stunning presentation. Every UHQR™ will be hand inspected upon pressing completion, and only the truly flawless will be allowed to go to market. Each UHQR™ will be packaged in a deluxe box and will include a booklet detailing the entire process of making a UHQR along with a hand-signed certificate of inspection. This will be a truly deluxe, collectible product. ********* More About Clarity Vinyl As we set out to make the world's best vinyl record, we began by establishing a set of exacting standards to address all of the components that comprise an LP. We call our records made under these strict standards Ultra High Quality Records (UHQR™). Most audiophiles would understand that the list of critical components in UHQR™ includes recording, mastering, plating, pressing and quality control. But some may stop short of considering the raw material used to make the record: the vinyl itself. We did some research and learned some interesting things about the history of the iconic black vinyl record. The most compelling revelation to us was the fact that LP vinyl is not black in its pure state. The off-white color of the record you are about to listen to is the color of raw vinyl in its purest form (un-tinted vinyl). The black color you're used to seeing is a colorant called "carbon black" that was part of the original compound formulation used in old shellac records. As vinyl compound replaced shellac-based compound, carbon black continued to be used as a colorant. We've expected our records to be black ever since. To make the ultimate record, we decided to enhance sound quality by removing anything we believed could detract from it. Record styli vibrate (or jitter) on a microscopic level, and any particles of carbon black pigment that happen to be on the surface of the groove could introduce surface noise. By not adding carbon black to our Clarity Vinyl®, we eliminate the possibility of noise contamination due to carbon black particles. Instead, your stylus is allowed to effortlessly slide down a glossy and silky smooth groove wall. When we purchased Classic Records, the brand name Clarity Vinyl® came with it. We're proud to have resurrected, refined and trademarked Clarity Vinyl®, the perfect canvas for our masterpiece: vinyl in its purest form.


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