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The Rolling Stones 1964 - 1969 /Vol.1
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L'intégrale des albums studio des Rolling Stones en coffret collector vinyle 180g remasterisé en Edition limitée. Les pochettes sont les répliques exactes des vinyles originaux. Un voucher est inclus pour télécharger les albums en MP3.
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First, let me comment on the packaging. I think it is pretty good. It's about as good as one can reasonably expect. At least half of these are fold-opens ("gatefolds," I believe, is the term). You get a lot of classic visuals here. The covers themselves bring back memories. The "matte" finish of the cardboard actually seems like step up to me from the shiny cheap stuff; these look just a little higher-end to me than the original releases, sans the "novelty" items like the 3-D on Satanic Majesties or the zipper on Sticky Fingers, or the cuts-outs on Some Girls. But, overall, these are nicely manufactured covers, printed on cardboard at least as thick as the original releases. Most of you reading this are serious vinyl collectors, so, like me, you will immediately get these into plastic LP cover protectors. I HIGHLY recommend this, as otherwise these covers will soon show abrasion wear if you pull them out and stuff them back in with any frequency at all. Yes, all your albums will still fit in the boxes after you put them in the covers. It is a tight fit, but they are definitely protected this way better than without the covers. By the way, Satanic Majesties is done in a nice metallic cardboard. I was really hoping for that trippy 3-D tip-on plate, but the metallic finish is a nice consolation.
The boxes are pretty heavy duty. The lids fit very tightly, but your treasure is well protected within. I see these sets as virtually the ultimate Stones collectible, and so I will probably put some kind of plastic over the boxes themselves. I want one of my daughters to have these boxes some day. Hopefully one will want the Beatles' stuff, and the other the Stones'. The classic dichotomy: Stones vs. Beatles. The choice one makes between the two almost seems to transcend the bands and relate to something deeper about a person. I know, I know: you can love both, and I do. But, for me, there will always be a slightly stronger allegiance to the Stones. We're talking almost a half century of Stones' output now (versus six or seven years for the Beatles)!!! It is almost unfathomable!!
The sound of these LPs?? Well, I've only listened to one. It sounded great, but to be honest ,I already have many of these in 180g vinyl and the one from this set I listened to sounded about the same. Perhaps a more sophisticated audiophile can tell a difference. So far, I can't. At a bare minimum I can represent with a high degree of confidence that you will not be disappointed with sound quality.
I have to confess, I bought these sets as much to review my own life as to review the Stones' legacy. As a late baby-boomer, I can remember when and where I bought most of these albums (some at the time of their release, some later). Each album brings back good memories, and I can remember well the concerts where the Stones played many of these songs. Some people contend the later albums are not "classics." It seems that it has always been that way. It takes a decade, or maybe even two, before a Stones' album sinks in, and then it finally does emerge as yet another classic.
All told, these two boxes contain a better representation of the "soundtrack of my life" than all my other hundreds of LPs and thousands of CDs. This is the core, the nucleus, the genesis.
The Beatles haven't thrown meatless bones like these to their fans since the first CD pressings back in the '80s. Even the Monkees know that we like liner notes, extra photos, and whatever session information you can give us. Who is in charge here? The slimmest of booklets added to the box could have gone a long way toward redeeming this release. And the sleeves for these albums, several of which are bona fide classics of the form, have all been hastily re-created from scratch. Where is the love? Half of them are made by scanning the original sleeve and blurring out the moiré pattern, photoshopping out the text and then re-creating it with a similar font. Honestly, they look like crap. On some sleeves, like "Out of Our Heads" and "Through the Past Darkly" they went to the trouble of using the original negatives, but didn't bother to duplicate the original darkroom processing, so instead of a groovy blown out image of the Stones pressing their faces against the glass on the "Big Hits" cover, we get a crystal clear image of five grown men making silly faces. Not quite the same thing. And worst of all, for the enlarged sleeve of "5 by 5," the designer decided to expand the blank space around the boys, requiring a bit of Photoshop to replace Keith and Brians's shoes that were cropped on the original EP, easy enough, but wait! Brian's new Beatle boot is tiny and mis-shapen and Keith has two right feet! Who checked this for quality? I can't help but feel that the same level of slop and carelessness went into the production of the music as well. Isn't there someone, somewhere who can step in and start curating the Stones' legacy? Bill Wyman perhaps?
And please don't tell us that we'll have to wait for a posthumous re-appraisal of the Stones catalog, come on boys, we know you got the dirty end of the stick when you signed your contracts back in the '60s and you probably don't like giving money to the Kleins, but you've had no trouble getting hot dinners and more for a long time now, how about opening the vaults? We all know what's in there and we'd sure like to hear it in nice pristine sound, fresh off the master tapes.
Bottom line, even if you have the money to burn, and you don't already have these Lps and Eps on vinyl, don't buy this box, you can find them all on Ebay for less. I did.
Going from the 60's and Mono/Stereo/FakeStereo/to 8 Track/To Cassette/Reel to Reel/To Cd/iPod/Downloads/Back to Vinyl Box Sets with some Mono and some Stereo.........Whew!!!
What to think of these two Box sets, especially after Christmas 2010??
I got a version of the first Box last Week From Amazon Warehouse Deals and it was a mixed bag. The Box, as they described, just had a tad blemish but when I opened it ALL of the albums jackets were damaged on top....the top spines were all 'shaved' through like the box had been put through a vibration machine and the vinyl all cut through the tops of the jackets, so back it went. But, the vinyl was beautiful and flat. I wish I could have kept it but at $228 with tax it wasn't a deal at all. But, again, the pressings themselves looked great. So with that I ordered another box, brand new this time, from an alternate Amazon site. Amazon really needs to get better on the packaging of fragile items like vinyl-there is simply no excuse in putting a 12 pound box inside a flimsy cardboard box with a couple of air pillows!! So we'll see if the other boxes come in unscathed.
Now, in tracking down another replacement for the 64-69 box I stumbled onto various Stones sites that had lots of information going back to the Mobile Fidelity Box from 1984. What I found out made it clear that this box set, apart from the 1971-2005 one, which is totally separate as far as it's not nearly as desirable as the Abkco early box to alot of us collectors, is something special due to the work Abkco did back in 2002, in going through their tape library and redoing the catalog as best as they could. I believe that a box like this will Never be released again due to the rapidly changing technology for playing music. In fact, it's pretty amazing that it came out at all in this day and age. This current Vinyl revival is not going to last forever, and once this is out of print, you could pretty much kiss it goodbye! The Major companies Hate to put this kind of work into a release and that's why there are so few of these in the history of box sets. There was the Germany issued 'The Rolling Stones Story' back in the 80's, but that was far from comprehensive as it used various album issues from Europe and included alot of the fake stereo garbage tracks. And then there was the Mobile Fidelity in the 80's which took most of it's albums from the American configurations, but as we know the original British configurations seem more satisfying. Which is exactly what this set has...the British configuration. So, except for the odd boxes issued around the world, as far as a early nearly complete box, there hasn't been many, and the fact that this set is Audiophile Quality makes it, imho, a necessity even if you own the Mobile Fidelity set. Again, I'm 52, and I seriously doubt I would see another Box set of the Decca period in my lifetime...I'm jazzed with getting this set! A bit expensive, but if you look at ebay and see what original Decca's are going for, then it truly turns into a bargin.
Rock On!! Indeed!