An original audiophile pressing of Brothers and Sisters by the Allman Brothers Band, issued by Mobile Fidelity.
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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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- Year of Release:
- circa 1995
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