McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster.
Posted by: Scott ()
Date: March 16, 2013 07:57PM

HELLO...

My MSG - Perfect Timing remastered edition arrived this morning. Same label as the WAYSTED remasters mention below. Good booklet, not as much memorabilia as the others, but all the original art, lyrics and Malcolm Dome essay with new interview snippets. Sadly, no bonus material, but I can't recall any b-side/non-album tracks. Can you?

The original CD from 87 is quiet, and Andy John's mix etc, does sound a little soupy. Again though, this remaster is excellent with a brighter sound, more clarity and again, (even if its not the case), it sounds in places a little re-mixed. I guess its just the fact that other layers are poppin out from in the audio spectrum. Excellent record..a forgotten classic in some ways. Commercial Schenker with his usual twists and turns. If you like the record its worth the £7 or whatever you can get if for on the usual web sites.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/16/2013 07:58PM by Scott.



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McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster.487 Scott 03/16/2013 07:57PM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 287 rocknut 03/16/2013 09:21PM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 221 lowdz 03/17/2013 05:54AM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 205 Figge 03/17/2013 07:05AM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 188 Steve_Roamer 03/17/2013 08:13AM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 133 Scott 03/17/2013 08:32PM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 126 Figge 03/17/2013 10:27PM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 126 Scott 03/18/2013 02:02AM
Re: McAuley Schenker - Perfect Timing remaster. 127 AndyC 03/18/2013 05:52AM


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