An original audiophile pressing of Brothers and Sisters by the Allman Brothers Band, issued by Mobile Fidelity.
Offered for sale is an original Mobile Fidelity audiophile pressing of Brothers and Sisters by the Allman Brothers Band, released in the mid-1990s.
Brothers and Sisters was the first studio album by the Allman Brothers after the deaths of guitarist Duane Allman and bass player Berry Oakley. Released in 1973, the album became a big seller, courtesy of the hit song “Ramblin’ Man.”
Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs issued the album as a half speed mastered audiophile pressing on 200 gram vinyl in the mid-1990s. The numbered limited edition quickly sold out. While the label has since reissued the title, the newer release features a different colored banner at the top of the cover.
About this copy: This copy of Brothers and Sisters is an original mid-1990s half speed mastered audiophile pressing by Mobile Fidelity Sound labs, pressed on Anadisq 200 gram vinyl.
The cover is M-, and is number 1331 of an unknown number of copies. The record is M- and appears to have had little, if any play. All inserts are included.
A nice copy of a terrific album.
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- Mobile Fidelity
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- circa 1995
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