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Billy Joel - 7 Studio Albums (1973-1983) [MFSL, 2010-2013] (Repost)

Billy Joel - 7 Studio Albums (1973-1983) [MFSL, 2010-2013]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 1,57 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 662 MB | Covers - 1,6 GB
Genre: Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

Billy Joel - Piano Man (1973). Embittered by legal disputes with his label and an endless tour to support a debut that was dead in the water, Billy Joel hunkered down in his adopted hometown of Los Angeles, spending six months as a lounge singer at a club. He didn't abandon his dreams - he continued to write songs, including "Piano Man," a fictionalized account of his weeks as a lounge singer. Through a combination of touring and constant hustling, he landed a contract with Columbia and recorded his second album in 1973. Clearly inspired by Elton John's Tumbleweed Connection, not only musically but lyrically, as well as James Taylor, Joel expands the vision and sound of Cold Spring Harbor, abandoning introspective numbers (apart from "You're My Home," a love letter to his wife) for character sketches and epics…
The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed (1967) (MFSL) [Re-Up]

The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed (1967) (MFSL)
Rock | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
MFSL UDCD 512 | rel: 1989 | 230Mb

This album marked the formal debut of the psychedelic-era Moody Blues; though they'd made a pair of singles featuring new (as of 1966) members Justin Hayward and John Lodge, Days of Future Passed was a lot bolder and more ambitious. What surprises first-time listeners – and delighted them at the time – is the degree to which the group shares the spotlight with the London Festival Orchestra without compromising their sound or getting lost in the lush mix of sounds.
 The Beatles - The Collection 1963-1970: 14 LP Box Set MFSL Vinyl Rip (1982)

The Beatles - The Collection 1963-1970: 14 LP Box Set MFSL Vinyl Rip (1982)
Rock, Pop | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1,49 Gb
Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab | Release Year: 1982

The Beatles: The Collection was a vinyl box set of every Beatles album remastered at half speed from the original stereo master recordings, except for Magical Mystery Tour which was mastered from Capitol Records' submasters with the last three tracks in rechanneled stereo
John Lennon / The Plastic Ono Band - Live Peace In Toronto (1969) [2006, MFSL, UDCD 763] Repost

John Lennon / The Plastic Ono Band - Live Peace In Toronto (1969) [2006, MFSL, UDCD 763]
EAC Rip | FLAC Image + Cue + Log - 238 MB | MP3 CBR @320 kbps - 94 MB | Full scans - 48.4 MB
Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab | Catalog.#: UDCD 763 | Genre: Rock & Roll, Classic Rock

The public is starved for music from the Big Three of rock and roll — an album and maybe a single a year isn't enough, and the rest of the musicians on both sides of the Atlantic are not providing enough excitement on their own to let us take what we get from Dylan, the Stones and the Beatles and be satisfied. We want more, and as the slogan goes, "find a hole and fill it," and thus it's being filled up fast.

The Beatles - Abbey Road {MFSL} Vinyl Rip 24/96 NEW RIP-NEW RIG  Vinyl & HR

Posted by saidalani at Jan. 11, 2015
The Beatles - Abbey Road {MFSL} Vinyl Rip 24/96 NEW RIP-NEW RIG

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC | Artwork | 1000 Mb, 4% RAR Recovery
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– MFSL 1-023, Capitol Records (1980) (Japan Pressed) | Rock

Billy Joel: MFSL Hybrid SACD Collection (1973-1982)  Music

Posted by v3122 at March 26, 2013
Billy Joel: MFSL Hybrid SACD Collection (1973-1982)

Billy Joel: MFSL Hybrid SACD Collection (1973-1982)
EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & iPod M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Rock | ~ 1000 or 1004 or 468 Mb | Scans(jpg) Included | Scans(png) -> 1130 Mb
2011, 2012 | Sony Music / Columbia Records / Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

Including: Piano Man, Turnstiles, The Stranger, 52nd Street, Glass Houses, The Nylon Curtain
The Beatles - Abbey Road {MFSL Audiophile Pressing} vinyl rip 24/96 {NEW RIP-NEW RIG}

The Beatles – Abbey Road (1969)
Vinyl rip in 24 bit/96 kHz | FLAC tracks Tech Log | Artwork | 990 Mb | UL, RS, FF
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– MFSL 1-023, Capitol Records (1980) (Japan Pressed) | Rock

Abbey Road is the 11th studio album released by the English rock band the Beatles. It is their last recorded album, although Let It Be was the last album released before the band's dissolution in 1970. Work on Abbey Road began in April 1969, and the album was released on 26 September 1969 in the United Kingdom, and 1 October 1969 in the United States.
The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour [Beatles Collection  - MFSL 1-047] 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour (Stereo Mixes)
"SuperVinyl" / MFSL 1-047
Mobile Fidelity "Beatles Collection"
Half-Speed Mastered by Stan Ricker @ MFSL, Los Angeles
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl) | Artwork
~ 881 MB | RS | Genre: Rock | 1967

The album feels even more like a collection of singles (instead of an actual movie soundtrack) than Help! or A Hard Day's Night, but maybe that's because every song sounds like it could have been a hit single–with the natural exception of the goofy/weird instrumental "Flying." Even George's "Blue Jay Way" paints a vivid sound-portrait in fascinating detail. (I consider Joni Mitchell's "Car on the Hill" from Court and Spark to be a companion piece about sitting in the Hollywood Hills, waiting for somebody to show up.) And although the goofy TV movie may have been mostly Paul's baby, this album features the two 45 rpm masterpieces that sum up the quintessential best of Lennon and McCartney at this stage of their development: Paul's "Penny Lane" and John's "I Am the Walrus." –Jim Emerson

AvaxHome Special : The Beatles - Discography (41 Albums)  Music

Posted by WellIThink at June 1, 2008


AvaxHome Special : The Beatles - Discography (41 Albums)

The Beatles - Discography (41 Albums)
MP3@320Kbps | Remastered by Dr. Ebbetts
41 Albums | 614 Tracks | TT 1:03:48:51 | iTunes-compliant tags | 4.2 GB

Dr. Ebbetts specializes in releasing digital remasterings from long-deleted and hard-to-obtain vinyl records, particularly issues from the audiophile Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs (MFSL) label. Although the Ebbetts catalogue has many artists, it is most known for Beatles CDs transferred from the best quality MFSL releases, US releases and mono vinyl sources. While lables like Millenium, BEAT, Mirror Spock and Fabulous Sound Labs (FSL) also issue 'needle drops' of Beatles vinyl, Dr. Ebbetts is regarded by many audiophiles as being the highest quality. For those interested in the technical, one source close to the Dr says that Ebbetts says that he uses no noise reduction and that there's no magic formula…just a good ear and patience.

Booker T. and the M.G.s - McLemore Avenue MFSL  Music

Posted by avoros at July 4, 2006
Booker T. and the M.G.s - McLemore Avenue MFSL

MFSL Aluminium

By 1983 MoFi had grown into a company with over 25 employees and grossing over $8 million annually. Then they nearly lost it all. The new darling on the scene was the compact disc. Because MoFi had been putting something on the order of 20% of their earnings back into research, they were prepared for the next wave. In the mid ‘80s, they launched their assault on the CD market with their half-speed
wares.

Their first efforts were released on aluminum discs, very much like all other discs at the time. And, in fact, some of these have become quite rare. Recently copies of them regularily go for >$75 on e-Bay. Partly, in an effort to justify the higher price they needed to charge, MoFi began to release their works on gold-plated compact discs called UltraDiscs. Although gold in and of itself isn’t significantly better than aluminum for the reproduction of ones and zeros, it oxidizes roughly ten times more slowly than aluminum. It is also supposed to coat more evenly than aluminum. This last attribute is said to cut down on the pin-holing so common to aluminum CDs, which allows for less error-correction during playback. This means more of the actual recording and less processor interpolation gets to your ears. So there was some inherent advantage to the gold treatment.