Ray Bay wrote:
>I agree. I have a large number of Everest LP's because that was all I
>could afford in college... they are the very worst pressing I own... with
>clicks, pops, drop-outs, hiss, buzz, and whatever... I was very surprised
>to see one post describing their excellence.
You may have missed mine. [Pause for room to come to attention.] Original
Everest pressings sounded great. Subsequent pressings deteriorated
precipitously. I think the company changed hands. After a while, they
were just terrible. The best were the silver labels with a wooden dowel at
the open edge of the cover.