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    Default Tea for the Tillerman - 180 gram vinyl

    The release has been delayed for months, but is was worth the wait. Analogue Productions, using the original master tapes. There is a lot of information on the mastering and the pressing look Here

    I have listend to it twice. The vinyl is dead quiet and maybe a little more revealing than the original due to the mastering tools for cutting the vinyl that are now available that were not in the early 70's. I was very impressed! If you are a fan of this very nice piece of music, go for it!

    Edit: It is on 200 gram vinyl!!
    Last edited by schwarcw; 08-14-2011 at 10:38 PM. Reason: 200 gram not 180 gram vinyl
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    Man, I just bought the 180 gram pressing 2 weeks ago. I would imagine the 200 gram is superior, the sound must be awesome.

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    Thanks Carl,,I'm gonna have to try this one.
    JC approves....he told me so. (F-1 nut)

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    I have a hard time listening to Cat Stevens now since he turned Muslin and raises funds for Jihad. My Polks and my liberty is more important than that asshat's songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebuy View Post
    I have a hard time listening to Cat Stevens now since he turned Muslin and raises funds for Jihad. My Polks and my liberty is more important than that asshat's songs.
    Insert comment about the unquestioned moral superiority of the guys "rebuy" listens to, grab popcorn, sit back, watch.
    "Wish I didn't know now what I didn't know then." Bob Seger

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    Dear Bottomfeeder, Go ahead and make your comments. Do ya think you'd be allowed to listed to the artist of your choice if you lived in a Muslim ruled country. BBC is reporting that British Muslims continue to display a “Taliban” style mentality by removing their children from school music classes as they consider Western music a tool of the devil.
    Gee, wake up, It must be ok for Muslims like Yusuf Islam to make music but it's against the law for you to listen to music that is not Muslim approved.

    You would not have freedom of speech either, just ask Salman Rushdie or David Letterman.

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