RARE Original Mobile Fidelity Sound Library Japanese Pressing Of The Best Cat Stevens Album! It Is Very Hard To Find This Vintage MFSL LP With Vinyl In Such Great Condition!
Half Speed Mastered Original MFSL Pressings (Late ’70s – Early ’80s) Are Highly Sought After By Collectors & Audiophiles – Because They SOUND INCREDIBLE! (They Also Keep Increasing In Value).
The Breakthrough LP From Cat Stevens, ‘Tea For The Tillerman’ Features “Where Do The Children Play?”, “Hard Headed Woman”, “Wild World”, “Sad Lisa” & “Father And Son”.
Condition – Vinyl: EXCELLENT!
Condition – Cover: EXCELLENT! Light shelf and corner wear.
The original Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab company operated from 1977 to 1999, specialising in high quality reissues of classic albums. MFSL Original Master Recordings are exclusively transferred from the original stereo master tape that the musicians recorded in the studio (not from a second, third, or fourth generation copy of that master tape). Each Original Master Recording employs MFSL’s exclusive half-speed mastering process, thus capturing every nuance of sound from the master tape. Quality, not quantity, is the overwhelming consideration in the creation of each Original Master Recording. The number of pressings is strictly controlled. These limited editions assure you that the quality of the last pressing matches the quality of the first. Original Master recordings were custom pressed by the Victor Company of Japan (JVC). Super Vinyl, an exclusive compound far superior to even so-called 100% virgin vinyl, is utilized to achieve maximum clarity and startling quietness…. Super Vinyl also bestows unsurpassed durability to each Original Master Recording LP, achieving a “playing lifespan” at least five times longer than mass-produced records.
Where Do The Children Play?
Miles From Nowhere
But I Might Die Tonight
On The Road To Findout
Father & Son
Tea For The Tillerman