Stop in, look around, have a drink and crank some tunes. I'll be posting some songs ripped from records, some out of print and hard to find stuff, some songs by artists you should be listening to, and a few mixes here and there.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Cook's Tour Of High Fidelity

This one is bizarre! The cover is definitely better than the contents here. Side one is mostly talking about high fidelity and such. Side two, where these mp3s are from, is a continuation of sounds and moods to make your own soap opera. This record was never played before and it still sounds like shit...

SORRY. FILES HAVE BEEN REMOVED.

4 comments:

Paul F. said...

You're right... this is bizarre. The cats sound like a halloween track. swank cover however

michael said...

I'd buy it too just for the cover if it ever cropped up at my loacl charity shop. Have a similar blog HERE. Great to see similar kinda thing here.

Anonymous said...

Yep - those cats on the first track freaked me out. I had been listening to a little of the first unplugged Shatner track (just dipping through all the stuff here, so thans are due!), and it reminded me of the final scene of director Bob Fuest's film The Devil's Rain (in which Shatner, and Ernest Borgine, starred) - it had noises like those cats wailing over the final 'horrific' melting scene.

The Impaler said...

You think THIS is bad, you should try the Cook's Tour of Stereo"... HORRENDOUS!

If these discs are the purple vinyl, yea, they sounded like sh&t right out of the sleeve. And this was the outfit that eventually developed into Mobile Fidelity Labs.

El Grando Stinko (but fun)