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Date Posted: 09:07:02 09/14/09 Mon
Author: Matthew McKay
Subject: The New Vinyl!

Finally I picked up a copy of "The Early Years 1964-1965" at Ameoba Music in Hollywood on vinyl. Man is this record heavy and I'm not just talking about the music inside the grooves! Love the way Light In The Attic even added an old fashioned sleeve advertising other albums on the label, the way record labels used to do. Nice little drawing of The Monks. I guess these demos got a remix for this release eh? I noticed this most of all when I went to put the needle down on "Hushie Pushie" and the double tracked lead guitar wasn't there like on the "Five Upstart Americans" CD. I really liked the way the guitar sounded on that one, but the "Early Years" mix sounds groovy too. Anyways, to Gary and Eddie, how are you guys doing?

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