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Journey - Escape - 1981 Columbia - TC 37408, Original US Pressing LP, Vinyl Rip, 24/96, FLAC (tracks+.cue) Rip by PBTHAL VINYL RIPS Side 1 01. "Don't Stop Believin'" 4:11 02. "Stone in Love" 4:26 03. "Who's Crying Now" (Cain, Perry) 5:01 04. "Keep on Runnin'" 3:40 05. "Still They Ride" 3:50 Side 2 06. "Escape" 5:17 07. "Lay It Down" 4:13 08. "Dead or Alive" 3:21 09. "Mother, Father" (Matt Schon, Schon, Perry, Cain) 5:29 10."Open Arms" (Cain, Perry) 3:23 Credits Bass, Vocals ΓÇô Ross Valory Drums ΓÇô Steve Smith (5) Guitar, Vocals ΓÇô Neal Schon Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals ΓÇô Jonathan Cain Lead Vocals ΓÇô Steve Perry Artwork By [Illustration] ΓÇô Stanley Mouse Artwork By [Visual Concepts, Package Design], Photography ΓÇô Jim Welch Engineer [Assistant] ΓÇô Wally Buck Mastered By ΓÇô Bob Ludwig Producer ΓÇô Kevin Elson, Mike Stone Written-By ΓÇô J. Cain*, N.Schon* (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B4), S. Perry* Notes Title also known as E5C4P3 Mastered at Masterdisk, Inc., New York Recorded and Mixed at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California All songs by S. Perry, N. Schon and J Cain, except "Who's Crying Now" and "Open Arms" by S. Perry and J. Cain, and "Mother, Father" by N. Schon, S. Perry, J Cain and M. Schon. For all songs: ┬⌐1981 Weed High Nightmare Music (BMI) All administrative rights controlled by Screen Gems - EMI Music Inc. All rights reserved, Used by permission. Vinyl Ripping Process/Equipment VPI 16.5 RCM Turntable: VPI Scoutmaster Tonearm: Trans-Fi Termninator Cartridge: Audio-Technica AT33PTG/II Phone Stage: Cinemag SUT feeding a Marantz 2220B Digital Interface: E-MU 1212 Recording Software: Adobe Audition 3.01 Recording Bitrate/Sample Rate: 192/24 Post Processing Run thru ClickRepair at level 10 with Pitch Protection | off Reverse | on Simple Resample to 96khz in Izotope Rx2 using the default preset Manually listen to album in Adobe Audition cleaning any clicks/anomalies Flac with Xrecode II What Exactly Is An "Ultimate Master" It is more or less a catchphrase originally used to designate something was a hi-res rip. But since there seems to be a lot "similarly" <cough> named rips now I guess I should explain. I try to present the "ultimate mastering" of a particular LP, the "mastering" is not my equipment or process but the source material, it has always been about finding the best source. Now my opinion of the best source is subject to change as I experience more variations. Whether or not folks think my rip is "definitive" is irrelevant to me, I just try to find the best pressing and don't mind doing the extra clean up that comes with not just ripping new reissues or japanese issues. I understand the appeal of these pressings but I don't subscribe to the notion that they represent the best source 95% of the time.
|1981 - Journey - Escape (Columbia US Original, 24-96)/B1 - Escape.flac||125.369 MB|
|1981 - Journey - Escape (Columbia US Original, 24-96)/B4 - Mother, Father.flac||124.522 MB|
|1981 - Journey - Escape (Columbia US Original, 24-96)/A3 - Who's Crying Now.flac||111.505 MB|