Ned Lagin – Seastones

16 Jun
A little something special for those who are into early experimental/electronic music

Release: DS87f

Source: SQ encoded CD

Process: SQ*Final

Format: DVD-A/V  MLP: 24/44  DTS: 24/48  DD: 24/48

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4 Responses to “Ned Lagin – Seastones”

  1. Owen Smith August 4, 2015 at 17:21 #

    I pulled this out of my diminishing (only 8 discs now) legacy backlog stack since someone requested re-seed for it recently. Strange doesn’t begin to cover it, this is downright weird. Experimental as in “we’re experimenting with wether this is actually music or not”. As unlistenable as atonal classical music, just in a different way.

  2. OxfordDickie March 19, 2012 at 09:57 #

    As stated, the source was the SQ encoded CD release of this album. It was originally only available as a single inventory release, which means there was no seperate stereo and quad versions.

    The master therefore was SQ encoded, and any release using it will be.

    It was only CBS and EMI (in the early days) that went to the trouble of releasing the quad albums as seperate releases, all of the small labels did the right thing, and released albums as stereo/quad.

  3. Anonymous March 19, 2012 at 01:46 #

    Thanks!

    But I did have one question – What does it mean when the source is stated as SQ encoded CD? When was such a CD released or is that a typo? Can you please elaborate on the exact source as that would help…

  4. Highlander June 19, 2011 at 19:29 #

    Thanks for this one OD, I appreciate you posting some of the more esoteric Quad releases! Speaking of which, I didn't post any Tangerine Dream comments, but thanks for those as well! It's great to great to hear those swimming 70's analog keyboards. Regarding Seastones, here's a little background excerpted from wiki: “The album was recorded in quadraphonic sound and featured guest performances by members of the Grateful Dead. Seastones was re-released in stereo on CD by Rykodisc in 1991. The CD version includes the original nine-section “Sea Stones” (42:34) from February 1975, and a live, previously unreleased, six-section version (31:05) from December 1975.”

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