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The Dixie Dregs
Dregs of the Earth

  (Item #: dixiedregs_1810_1904-) 

Our Price: $69.99

  • With two seriously good Double Plus (A++) sides, this was one of the better copies we played in our last shootout
  • Huge and spacious, fully extended in both directions, here's the kind of rich, Tubey Magical sound we cannot get enough of
  • The energy and clarity here are superb, with the size and power of a True Rock Jazz Fusion Demo Disc
  • Brilliant from start to finish, the only Dixie Dregs vinyl record with music and sound of this quality
  • A uniquely compelling fusion of virtuosic rock, jazz, country, prog and even classical music
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The Dixie Dregs - Dregs of the Earth

Direct Disk Labs Debunked

  (Item #: dixiedregs_debunk) 



Sonic Grade: D

Another Half-Speed Mastered Audiophile Pressing Debunked.

I had previouslty preferred the famously rare Half-Speed to the domestic copies I had auditioned back in the day, until now of course. Now, with changes to the stereo and better cleaning techniques and all the rest, that half-speed's weaknesses are on display for all to hear. Where is the rock 'em, sock 'em bottom end that the best originals have? It's gone! Yes, the smeary veiled quality of the typical original pressing is gone too, which is why I used to like the DD Labs version best. It's simply another case of a good Half-Speed beating a bad domestic pressing, and in turn being beaten (soundly) by The Real Thing, the kind of record we call a Hot Stamper.

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The Dixie Dregs - Dregs of the Earth

Our Shootout Winner from 2012

  (Item #: dixiedregs_2012) 



A distinguished member of the Better Records Rock and Pop Hall of Fame.

If you want to hear what happens when five virtuoso instrumentalists manage to combine their talent for Jazz, Rock, Classical and Country (thanks god there aren't any vocals) into a potent mix that defies classification and breaks all the rules, this is the one. It reminds me of Ellington's famous line that there are only two kinds of music: good music and bad music. This is the kind of music you may have trouble describing, but one thing's for sure -- it's good. In fact it's really good.

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