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    PROGRESSIVE SOUNDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
    www.lasercd.com
    www.lasersedgegroup.com

    Rockport Aquila, Boulder 2010, Boulder 2008, Boulder 2060, Transparent Audio Reference XL, Nordost Quantum QBase8, TW Acustic AC Anniversary, TW Acustic Raven 10.5 arm, Lyra Atlas, Bricasti M1 Special Edition, SRA Scuttle3 rack + various SRA/Symposium stands

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    I'll raise you by this:

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    • JCOConnell
      JCOConnell commented
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      but there wasn't a mono barleycorn was there?

    • Bill Hart
      Bill Hart commented
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      I doubt it, because by the time Barleycorn was released, stereo was pretty much the standard. The bulls-eye pink labels are the earliest iteration, and while you can find later pressings of these early records on blocked 'i' or white 'i,' some of the records, like Barleycorn, In the Court, ELP, Liege & Lief were first released on the white 'i'-- the last version of the pink label.

    • MylesBAstor
      MylesBAstor commented
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      Thanks Bill did not realize that.

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    I'll see your mono and raise you by this:

    PROGRESSIVE SOUNDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
    www.lasercd.com
    www.lasersedgegroup.com

    Rockport Aquila, Boulder 2010, Boulder 2008, Boulder 2060, Transparent Audio Reference XL, Nordost Quantum QBase8, TW Acustic AC Anniversary, TW Acustic Raven 10.5 arm, Lyra Atlas, Bricasti M1 Special Edition, SRA Scuttle3 rack + various SRA/Symposium stands

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      • #5
        Now that's cheating
        PROGRESSIVE SOUNDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
        www.lasercd.com
        www.lasersedgegroup.com

        Rockport Aquila, Boulder 2010, Boulder 2008, Boulder 2060, Transparent Audio Reference XL, Nordost Quantum QBase8, TW Acustic AC Anniversary, TW Acustic Raven 10.5 arm, Lyra Atlas, Bricasti M1 Special Edition, SRA Scuttle3 rack + various SRA/Symposium stands

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        • Johnny Vinyl
          Johnny Vinyl commented
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          Haha! At least it wasn't a SWIRL!

        • Bill Hart
          Bill Hart commented
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          No, Ken has had some of the big swirls, though. The island bulls-eyes --the earliest pink labels- are hard to find in a high state of play. You'll see starting prices that seem reasonable but once you get past several hundred dollars and still have "crackles" you are then really looking hard for the mint players. Not so easy.

        • Bill Hart
          Bill Hart commented
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          John, this one just came to mind--In the Court was an Island release, but in NZ, it was released on Vertigo.
          See: https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/1843950?ev=rb

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          You guys are terrible, you should be ashamed of yourselves for showing that sort of LP porn.

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