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8 thoughts on “ Hot Mallets - Various - In The Groove (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Aug 11,  · Dust in the groove is usually heard as noise and may be ground into the vinyl by the passing stylus (needle) causing lasting damage. A scratch will create an audible tick or pop once each.
  2. As part of these improvements the original version has been repackaged as the Single LP Vinyl Jimmy Hat while a new size has been added and labelled as the Gatefold LP Vinyl Jimmy Hat. At the request of our customers we've also expanded upon the Vinyl Jimmy Hat line to include Magnums (outer record sleeves with flaps) and Slims (outer record.
  3. referencing In The Groove With The Kings Of Swing, Box, Comp + 6xLP, RD Should change all 'Price' & 'C. Q. Price' credits to Charles Price using NAV to clean it up. I would do it, but there is a master release and something strange happens when editing.
  4. Hot Chocolate Big Tree Big Tree (label) Soul (CD, LP) A killer set from one of the most unique acts of the 70s – the legendary Hot Chocolate, a group with a sound unlike anyone else at the time! Hot Chocolate's groove was a bit soul, a bit rock, and often nicely funky underneath – and the British group really won lots of new ears on this.
  5. Jul 03,  · Sometimes the temp needs to be played with a bit or you need to squeeze the record a bit more to make sure the vinyl fills the groove perfectly. Where it doesn't it looks grayish because the sheen is different because the vinyl did it's own thing rather than replicate a smooth surface. There is no such release agent in the process.
  6. Nov 20,  · The damage can occur to one or both sides of the groove wall. Unfortunately, in some cases LP's with worn grooves may still look normal to the naked eye. then slightly reverses so the music will start the split-second after he stops yakking. Some vinyl is more prone to this problem than others: a g pressing will probably take a better.
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  8. A big hit for Stanley Turrentine – and a pretty darn nice record of extended groovers, with a harder sound than you might expect from the tongue-licking cover, and a title of Sugar! The record's only got three cuts – one of them Stanley's famous version of "Sugar", the other two pretty nice ones ("Sunshine Alley" and "Impressions") – all done in.

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