Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Fever Tree – s/t (1968) [Original USA Stereo LP] + Single


Fever Tree – Fever Tree (1968) FLAC 96kHz / 24bit
Original 1968 USA Stereo LP: UNI Records 73024
Original 1968 USA Mono Single: UNI Records 55060


I bought this record hoping to find a version less compressed than my 2006 CD (mostly for “San Francisco Girls,” honestly, which is a killer track). I bought the best-looking copy of this I could find, and this one played nearly perfectly. It turns out this original LP has less equalization, and no adaptive noise reduction, but the music still sounds a bit compressed.




This LP was very quiet. There’s a couple clicks here and there, but overall it was a really easy rip.
For the occasion, I pulled out the “San Francisco Girls” single from my stacks. This was pretty noisy, and the mix itself sounds like an edited mono fold of the album versions. Still kinda cool to have though, and it only took a few minutes to rip, so I included it here.

Vinyl Condition: NM(-) for the LP, G- for the single
Dynamic Range: DR9 (It’s like that on the tape!)
Stylus: AT150MLx Dual Moving-Magnet Cartridge (Technics-aligned)
Turntable: AT-LP120-USB Direct Drive (preamp removed, RCA jacks added)
RIAA Preamp: TCC TC-754 (LM7812 voltage regulator added / new power supply)
ADC: Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 MkII
DAQ: Adobe Audition 2015.2.1
Editing: iZotope RX 5 Advanced (very light de-click, remove subsonic rumble, collapse mono tracks)
Track splitting: Audacity 2.1.2

01) Imitation Situation (Toccata And Fugue)
02) Where Do You Go?
03) San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native)
04) Ninety-Nine And One Half
05) Man Who Paints The Pictures
06) Filigree & Shadow
07) The Sun Also Rises
08) Day Tripper / We Can Work It Out
09) Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing
10) Unlock My Door
11) Come With Me (Rainsong)
12) San Francisco Girls (Return Of The Native) [Single Version]
13) Come With Me (Rainsong) [Single Version]


Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2HCgdPZLIqXUzF6a01oTG93SFE?usp=sharing
Enjoy, and comments are appreciated as always!

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