Japan and England only. Cd and vinyl. The Carpenters on The cover.
My pleasureThese are fun reads, thanks for sharing.
In the first listed review, the article goes on to discuss another new artist, female - and says "a pretty gal"...oh my, how times have changed
I don't even remember how I shipped the record to him, to be honest! All I remember is that, probably toward the end of 2008, (I was 15) I was in Las Vegas I think, and was at a higher-end record store with only records in pretty good condition and only pretty rare records, and I immediately saw "Offering" and begged my parents to buy it. They acquiesced and then somehow we mailed the record to Richard (maybe even from Las Vegas, with my Hawaii return address), and he signed it!Nice. The autograph on yours is much nicer than mine. The sharpie I had came out very light. He was kind of hesitant to sign. Thought it would ruin the cover. Lol
The sheet music for GDBY2LV looks better. Thanks for sharing. Your copy looks very clean.
I do agree, the phasing was the first thing I noticed but was wondering if that’s the result of a poorly calibrated deckWhile I'll agree that the 1969 "Ticket To Ride" is something special because it's the original, I'll have to disagree about the reel-to-reel, only because of the vagaries of the tape format.
Too much phasing - too much hiss - too much channel imbalance.