HALF SPEED MASTERING IN DEN LEGENDÄREN ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS VON HD 24 BIT AUDIO AUF 180g VINYL. Im original Mono-Sound von Jon Astley (der schon an Aufnahmen von The Who, Led Zeppelin, George Harrison und vielen anderen mitwirkte). Der einzige, aber sehr positive Unterschied besteht darin, dass die LP vom Sound her aufgrund des Halfspeed-Masterings wesentlich besser klingt als das Original. HALF SPEED MASTERING AT ABBEY ROAD
HANDMADE RETRO STYLE SLEEVE
LP COVER WITH SPECIAL ALL ROUND VINTAGE FINISH,LAMINATED FRONT,FOLD-OVER FLAPS & CRUSHED SPINE.A Sleeve replicated to look like it has survived the decades(only with a superbly remastered crackle-free LP within).All this at the fraction of the cost of an expensive original!Our custom vintage packages are totally bespoke and original,and perfectly replicate the style of classic LP covers of the early 1960s period,with exceptional scanning,detailed reproduction of artwork and printing to original specifications made up from two parts,complete with traditional fold-over flaps,thin crushed spine and finished with front side only special laminate.The superb 1965 Zombies beat classic is now available remastered by Jon Astley in glorious original Mono sound and presented as a highly collectable Vinyl LP in a faithful vintage replica of the original LP release.Features all the original 14 tracks,with no fillers,just as originally featured and raved about back in the golden 60s era.A 60s classic that looks totally fab and sounds truly brilliant!If you love the Zombies then begin here!This is where it all started for a pop group hailed as legends of the Sixties and heroes of the new Millennium.Ever since the group reunited in recent years,there has been increasing worldwide interest in the classic group founded by keyboard wizard Rod Argent and superb singer Colin Blunstone.Begin Here is the group's debut album,first released way back in 1965 when they leapt to fame with She's Not There.That timeless debut hit is included on this LP,along with a selection of R&B covers that typify the sort of earthy material British bands enjoyed playing in the 1960s.