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Old 29.04.2005, 22:33
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Are there any true stereo recordings of the following Creedence songs: Bad Moon Rising, Lodi, Proud Mary, Penthouse Pauper, and The Working Man?
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Are there any true stereo recordings of the following Creedence songs: Bad Moon Rising, Lodi, Proud Mary, Penthouse Pauper, and The Working Man?
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I have the stereo versions of "Proud Mary", "Bad Moon Rising", "Lodi", and "Sweet Hitch-Hiker". I managed to find them on Napster many years ago. I still have not been able to find stereo versions of "The Working Man", or "Penthouse Pauper".
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I beg to differ. "Working Man", and "Penthouse Pauper" may be narrow stereo, but PM, BMR, Lodi, and SHH are in real, true stereo. Extreme difference in L and R channels.
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I beg to differ. "Working Man", and "Penthouse Pauper" may be narrow stereo, but PM, BMR, Lodi, and SHH are in real, true stereo. Extreme difference in L and R channels.
jz, theres no difference between narrow stereo and true stereo (true stereo is not even a term, and narrow is a description of how close to center the L/R channels are), Proud Mary and bad moon rising are stereo but they are not taking advantage of the stereo field as they were narrowed for compatibility with mono turntables when they were made, you seem to be confused. Regardless the CCR gold LP also includes a new stereo mix thats wider than the original.
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Proud Mary always was in stereo, just narrow stereo, what I just heard in that video is a matrixed version of proud mary, someone just expanded the stereo field to the extreme left and right (which is why the drums sound piffy and weak now since it takes away from the center channel, IE spreading the sound thin)

I had the real deal a while back, I made it as part of a demo recording. But I destroyed it and all my other materials earlier in the year. Maybe I need to redo some of this stuff and post a vid or two...

Only one studio-issued "wide" stereo version existed and that was after CCR's demise, Creedence Gold on vinyl, and it goes for sky high prices.
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I had the real deal a while back, I made it as part of a demo recording. But I destroyed it and all my other materials earlier in the year. Maybe I need to redo some of this stuff and post a vid or two...

Only one studio-issued "wide" stereo version existed and that was after CCR's demise, Creedence Gold on vinyl, and it goes for sky high prices.
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Which pressing is that?
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Which pressing is that?
Could you clarify that?

Creedence-Gold on Vinyl is the one that has "wide" stereo versions of BMR and Proud Mary, its one of those quad records that has 4 channels, thats why its in stereo. Its also very expensive if you find it.

As for the ones I engineered, as said I destroyed all of my CCR stuff last year.
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I know about the Quad Creedence Gold LP. I have a copy of that.

From what I've heard, Russ Gary apparently remixed Proud Mary and Bad Moon into stereo for a non-quad LP pressing of Creedence Gold. It happened either in the late 70's or early 80's. If it truly exists it must be rare.

I though you had a copy and I wanted to know the details of the LP for identifying it.
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