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November 26, 2008



I gather you only link to the versions with the highest quality... Do the mono-versions do they differ anything the actual harmonics and the performance?


The commercials are fantastic. What a pity they don't make commercials like the Js with Jaime's anymore. They're a pleasure to listen to. The narrative is hilarious. I'm really looking forward to hearing the Christmas songs.

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This particular album was only released in mono. Some, like The Remarkable J's with Jamie, were released in mono and stereo.

Having heard both versions of that album, I haven't noticed any difference between the two. There isn't any fancy stereo separation, and the vocals sound identical.

Jim Maroney may argue that point with me, though.


If this sales posting is to be believed, "Yoshiko"/"Everybody Says Don't" dates from 1964. Hope that helps.

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