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Neil Young-On The Beach/Time Fades Away/Tonight's the Night/Zuma LP REISSUES 09/09/16

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  • Neil Young-On The Beach/Time Fades Away/Tonight's the Night/Zuma LP REISSUES 09/09/16

    Good news indeed for fans!

    http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/ne...ndalone-vinyl/
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    John- are these Bellman re-cuts? Were they part of a box and now are being made available separately? I wound up with old early pressings of Beach, Tonight and Zuma- Zuma may be the best sounding of the lot, but it is spare, distorted and jangling. My experience with the Bellman re-do of Harvest was that he got very close; For After the Gold Rush, I have RE-1 and Re-2, not sure what other copies I have. I think the RE-1 is my go-to.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Bill Hart View Post
      John- are these Bellman re-cuts? Were they part of a box and now are being made available separately? I wound up with old early pressings of Beach, Tonight and Zuma- Zuma may be the best sounding of the lot, but it is spare, distorted and jangling. My experience with the Bellman re-do of Harvest was that he got very close; For After the Gold Rush, I have RE-1 and Re-2, not sure what other copies I have. I think the RE-1 is my go-to.
      Yes to the bolded! Were those Bellman re-cuts? If so, then I almost want to say yes.
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      • #4
        John, I don't know if they are Bellman, he seems to have done a lot of Neil's catalog.

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        • #5
          I have clean originals of all of them except Zuma.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by JCOConnell View Post
            I have clean originals of all of them except Zuma.
            JC- unless you have a principled reason not to get Zuma, get it! It rocks. I would have to check my matrices, but mine is early and it is terrific sounding, not terribly expensive either.

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            • JCOConnell
              JCOConnell commented
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              thanks for the tip

            • JCOConnell
              JCOConnell commented
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              Out of curiosity, I double checked my collection and I DO have an original of ZUMA. My copy is 1H/1H. Sounds excellent and the music is good too.

            • Bill Hart
              Bill Hart commented
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              bada bing, JC! It's raw edged, one of my favorites among his early work.
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