I've been collecting and listening to 1960's albums recorded in Mono sound for many years, but I encounter a lot of people who absolutely can't stand the sound of a Mono recording. I find it interesting to hear all of the vocals and instruments coming out of a single speaker. My favorite Mono album is The Doors first album from 1967.
Why do people dislike Mono albums? Do you like Mono sound?
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