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Have you heard the new MoFi LP Reissue of Procol Harum's A Salty Dog? I'm impressed by the depth and realistic reproduction of Brooker's vocals and Trower's guitar inventions. Matthew Fisher's organ and Drummer extraordinaire BJ Wilson are more prominent in the mix than previous editions. This is a timeless classic on par with "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society", Zombies "Odessey and Oracle", "The Who Sell Out" and Fleetwood Mac's "Then Play On" as the finest examples of influential British rock from the late sixties. I once read an article from long ago comparing Procol Harum to The Band. No doubt, listening to this seminal album with quiet backgrounds and warmly detailed analog reproduction makes that analogy work like never before. It's like listening to this fine work of art for the very first time, rediscovering it's nuances and brilliance. Cheers!

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