Further down the dead wax rabbit hole there is typically some inscription that tells you where the record was pressed. Just like engineers have their reputations, so do pressing plants. Some use slightly different vinyl formulations than other plants use and may have higher QC standards as well. Some just have that undefinable mojo going for them. A horizontal line with a sideways triangle with its apex touching the line indicates the record is also Capitol, but was pressed at the Winchester plant.
At one time, there were many pressing plants in the U. The commercial public would not be able to consume and listen to sturdier, lengthier LPs for another 15 years. First, it had to deal with political and economic misery. Cue the applause track.
When Columbia was finally freed from geopolitical conflict and able to resolve the LP's previous technical difficulties — pickups that were too heavy, grooves that were too wide, playback times that were too short, and audio fidelity that was too crappy — everything changed.
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King retains the rights to the album which has been reissued multiple times since, including a release as In the Beginning and a release as And the Word Was A reissue in and included a bonus disc with extra tracks. During the Easter school holiday the five entered a primitive recording studio run by Brian Roberts in Chiswick to record the material. He listened to the tape in his car on his drive home and, despite its roughness, was immediately enthusiastic, particularly to Gabriel's vocals.
He pressed for more simple arrangements, but maintained that his suggestion for the group to avoid playing electric instruments was because acoustic instruments were cheaper, rather than his personal taste. However, the group's parents expressed concern as they were aged between 15 and 17 at the time, and preferred their children to pursue careers away from music.
Upon their insistence for a one-year deal with an optional second, King agreed. King noticed the band's tendency to expand and complicate their arrangements, which he disliked and suggested they stick to straightforward pop songs. This culminated in King either trimming Banks's solo spots or removing them entirely, much to his annoyance.
Despite their lack of success King continued to support the group and, by mid, suggested that a studio album might reverse their fortunes.
The group were a little overwhelmed in working with a greater amount of available time on an LP, so King suggested the idea of a loose concept album that told a story about the Book of Genesis at the start and the Book of Revelation at the end, with linked instrumental tracks. In August , during the school summer holidays, the band returned to Regent Sound studio 2 to record From Genesis to Revelation. Phillips was particularly angered at the decision and was the only member to express his feelings towards it by stomping out of the studio on the last day.
The album was released in March and failed to chart. Prior to its release, Decca discovered that an American act had also called themselves Genesis and asked the band to change its name to avoid confusion.
Years: - DTN manages to channel a And In The Beginning. - Man - Revelation (Vinyl youthful sounding Terrormeanwhile channeling their best Judge vibe for the layout. Arthur Greenslade and Lou Warburton added echoey string and wind instruments with skill and gentleness. This included tracks on From Genesis to Revelation without the string arrangements. It seems that even when the oldest collectors And In The Beginning. - Man - Revelation (Vinyl on and sell large portions of their collections, the Rev stuff remains. I took a long break until they did the California, Chicago and New York City Revelation 25 Reunion Shows LP couple years ago, and for some strange reason, I decided to start collecting again. My gut tells me it was probably the latter, just because shortly thereafter there were a couple volatile situations with other Rev bands from the Boston area being pissed off at Revelation Fastbreak and Right Brigade, LP. No longer boy or girl, not yet man or woman.
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