Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here EMI 180gLP; edition 2011 “DM series” vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz

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Ya tenemos aquí el esperado ripeo de la versión 2011 de nuestro disco favorito.

Como ya informé anteriormente, la mejor versión hasta la fecha era la de la versión en MASTER a media velocidad:
https://jltambo.wordpress.com/2011/04/26/pink-floyd-wish-you-were-here-cbs-mastersound-hc-33453-24-bit96-khz-vinyl-rip-plus-redbook-cd-version/

Habrá que ver que tal suena esta:


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Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here
“DM series” vinyl rip (presented in 24/96 & 16/44.1) | FLAC | m3u, cue & Tech Log
Artwork | DR Analysis | 966 / 258 mb incl. recovery | FS, FF & WU | Art Rock | 1975
Re-mastering by James Guthrie, Vinyl cut by Doug Sax @ The Mastering Lab, Ojai, CA
EMI 180g LP (2011 edition) / Cat.#: SHVL-814

This the 2011 LP re-issue…. Take the opportunity and make yourself a picture about the sound before you maybe purchase it.

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On its release in 1975 Wish You Were Here topped the album charts in both the UK and the US. Reflecting the band’s thoughts of the time on the music business, and exploring themes of absence, Wish You Were Here contains the classic cut Shine On You Crazy Diamond, a tribute to founder member Syd Barrett.

Since 1967 Pink Floyd have produced one of the most outstanding and enduring catalogues in the history of recorded music. The albums have been painstakingly remastered by James Guthrie (co-producer of The Wall). Artwork designed by long-time artwork collaborator Storm Thorgerson. As a part of their “Why Pink Floyd?” campaign, EMI has chosen to release three titles on collector’s vinyl LP (throughout the year 2011 and into early 2012) including The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, and The Wall. Look for more details to come!

“The Floyd’s follow-up to The Dark Side of the Moon was another essay on everyday lunacy, dominated by the liquid-rock suite “Shine On You Crazy Diamond,” a poignant allusion to errant ex-member Syd Barrett. “Have a Cigar” is a searing blast at the music biz, with the classic line, “Which one’s Pink?” – www.rollingstone.com

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Track listing

        A1 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5)
        A2 Welcome To The Machine
        B3 Have A Cigar
        B4 Wish You Were Here
        B5 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9)

Personnel

Pink Floyd

David Gilmour – vocals, guitar, lap steel guitar, EMS Synthi AKS, keyboards, tape effects
Roger Waters – vocals, bass guitar, guitar, VCS3, tape effects
Richard Wright – keyboards, VCS3, clavinet, background vocals
Nick Mason – drums, percussion, tape effects

Additional musicians

Dick Parry – saxophone on “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”
Roy Harper – vocals on “Have a Cigar”
Venetta Fields and Carlena Williams – background vocals
Production

Brian Humphries – engineering
Peter James – engineering, assistant engineering
Bernie Caulder
Phil Taylor – additional photography (remaster)
Hipgnosis – design, photography
Peter Christopherson, Jeff Smith, Howard Bartrop and Richard Manning – design assistants
George Hardie – graphics
Jill Furmanovsky – additional photography (remaster)
James Guthrie – remastering producer
Doug Sax – remastering

Technical Log
Hannl “limited” Record Cleaning Machine with Rotating Brush
TT: Bergmann Audio “Magne” (with air-bearing platter)
Tonearm: Bergmann Magne (tangential/linear air-bearing tonearm)
Cartridge: Ortofon MC A 90
Phono Amp: Nagra BPS (battery driven pre amp; 100 Ohm load)
E-MU 0404 external USB 2.0 Audiointerface
Interconnects by Silent Wire (NF-7)
Wavelab 6.1 recording software (recording & manual click removal)
iZotope RX Advanced 2.0 (resampling & audio restoration)
Traders Little Helper (SBE fix on 16/44.1)

Vacuum Cleaning > Bergmann Magne > Nagra BPS > Laptop > Wavelab 6.1 (24/192) > manual click removal (not neccessary this time)
analyze (no clipping, no DC Bias offset) > resample to 24/96 (16/44.1) > split into individual Tracks > FLAC encoded (Vers. 1.21)

No silence been removed, please burn gapless to match original tracklayout.

Ripping Note

Holy crap, one of the best pressings I ever listened too…. No clicks, ticks or surface noise!
Therefore this can be called a raw rip. Re-issues of such records are mostly heavy discussed with a
lot of cons and a few pros. Spare your opinion with the community!!!
However, don’t blame me or my setup if you don’t like the sound. In this case you should blame the
people behind the “Why Pink Floyd?” campaign.

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All files are inside the folders.
High resoulution files are marked as “hr”, CD-compatible files as “rb”.

The files are interchangeable!!!

Hope you enjoy!!!

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