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Posted: 22 March 2006 at 1:45pm | IP Logged Quote Grant

I sent you guys some stuff. Check you email!
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To answer David Clark's questions, the LP version of Six Man Band has background vocal overdubs that start at :13 that you will not hear on the 45 version. I had to correct some entires in the database to correct the listings as the true 45 version has yet to appear on CD. With regards to the Platters "Twilight Time", at 1:06 on the stereo LP version you will hear the line "Here in this sweet and same old way" but on the 45 you will hear the lyrics reversed to "Here in this same and sweet old way".

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Thanks to David Clark for pointing me back to this thread. Also learned about some other 45's as well by reading the responses!
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Jim Croce - OPERATOR (THAT'S NOT THE WAY IT FEELS). Is there a 45 vs. LP difference?


After getting in a near mint 45, here are my observations in agreement with what Pat and others have said.

1) The 45, which is mono, is drier sounding.

2) The guitar on the 45 is different on the 45 from 1:33-1:35.

Not sure if Jim has timed this particular 45, but mine has a label and actual time of 3:45.

P.S. When I clean up a 45 version in Adobe, I always put 0.5 second lead in on my end result digital file. Your mileage may vary!

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Bumped for Edtop40 - see post #14 by Pat re: Little Anthony "Goin' Out
Of My Head".

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eriejwg wrote:
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Jim Croce - OPERATOR (THAT'S
NOT THE WAY IT FEELS). Is there a 45 vs. LP difference?


After getting in a near mint 45, here are my observations
in agreement with what Pat and others have said.

1) The 45, which is mono, is drier sounding.

2) The guitar on the 45 is different on the 45
from 1:33-1:35.

Not sure if Jim has timed this particular 45, but mine
has a label and actual time of 3:45.

P.S. When I clean up a 45 version in Adobe, I always put
0.5 second lead in on my end result digital file. Your
mileage may vary!


The 45 version in stereo is available on the DCC 24-Karat
"Gold In A Bottle" mastered by Steve Hoffman, if you can
find it.

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Which is also a superb sounding CD if you can find one.

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Posted: 07 August 2018 at 5:51am | IP Logged Quote The Hits Man

Pat Downey wrote:
The 45 and mono LP version of "Goin'
Out Of My Head" are a different vocal take than the stereo
LP. The stereo LP version also has "ooh" at 2:11 while
the 45 version does not.


Hello,

It has been 12 years. Do you, or anyone else know if the
single mix of this song ever showed up in digital form?

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Posted: 12 August 2018 at 10:31am | IP Logged Quote Santi Paradoa

That unique mono version is still MIA on CD. Can't get rid of the vinyl yet.

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I've added it to my need on mono list. It was never out on CD you are correct.
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