Offered for sale is a sealed copy of Amanda McBroom’s Dreaming, issued in the early 1990s by Analogue Productions and pressed on HQ 180 Super Vinyl. This copy is number 1805 of a limited edition.
Amanda McBroom is best known to the public for having written The Rose, a song made famous by Bette Midler in the film of the same name. She’s well known in audiophile circles for her albums on the Sheffield Labs label.
AllMusic.com gave Dreaming 4 1/2 stars:
Amanda McBroom remains best known for her composition “The Rose,” the hit that served as the title song for the Bette Midler movie. McBroom’s version of the song is included here, along with a collection of equally moving love songs.
This copy of Dreaming was a limited edition pressing made by Analogue Productions in the early 1990s as a numbered edition, pressed on HQ 180 Super Vinyl and mastered by Stan Ricker at the all-tube-equipment Wilson Audio mastering facility. The copy is still sealed in its original loose wrap and has a sticker bearing the limited edition number 1805 attached to the wrap. The record is unplayed and believed to be perfectly mint.
A beautiful, still sealed copy of a highly sought out album.
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