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Simon & Garfunkel
Wednesday Morning 3 A.M.

  (Item #: simonwedne_1811_1902) 

Our Price: $74.99

  • Rating a solid Double Plus (A++) for sound, this early 360 stereo pressing is outstanding from first note to last
  • It's clean, clear, open and spacious with lovely breathy vocals and plenty of Columbia Tubey Magic
  • You won't find this kind of transparency or clarity on the typical vintage pressing, and the red label reissues are completely hopeless
  • Their one true Folk Duo album, featuring the original version of The Sound Of Silence
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Simon & Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning, 3 AM

Our Shootout Winner from 2011

  (Item #: simonwedne_2011) 



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

SUPERB SOUND ON BOTH SIDES! The voices are PERFECTION -- breathy, delicate, and full-bodied with astonishing clarity and presence.

Side one has MASTER TAPE SOUND -- super transparent, super clean, lots of ambience, and breathtaking immediacy. It's rich, full, warm, and sweet, and the acoustic guitars are OUT OF THIS WORLD -- you can really hear the transients as the strings are plucked. The bass is deep and tight and the tonal balance is Right On The Money. We rate side one an A+++, and side two sounds nearly as amazing!

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Simon & Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning, 3 AM

The Right 360 Pressing Is King

  (Item #: simonwedne_wtlf) 



Another in our series of Home Audio Exercises with advice on what you should be listening for when critically evaluating your copy (or ours) of the album.

We played a big stack of copies recently and ran into all kinds of problems. Some were dull, some were spitty, many were smeared, and far too many were gritty.

The later pressings didn't solve any of these problems. In fact, none of the Red Label copies we've ever played sounded good enough on either side to merit a Hot Stamper grade. If you want good sound for this album, 360 stereo pressings seem to be the only way to go. The mono pressings we played were painfully bad.

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