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Butterfly excelled at for far too short of a time. This album was released in 1969, and probably missed its ideal release by a year or so. It was largely ignored. But it is brilliant in its arrangements and guitar/organ interplay, and in bassist Lee Dorman's bass fluidity. Dorman was a master and deserves his place of honor in the rock and roll pantheon of heroes. Erik Braun's Belda Beast is also a stunning work which one never hears on the radio. It is said Jimmy Hendrix admired this fine work of psychelic/jazz rock with distorted Mosrite guitar solo, and distorted Vox organ solo by Doug Ingle. It is unlike anything heard before or since. Get the Victor of Japan version on CD--the sound quality is as good as can be made from a most likely noisy master tape.
It will virtually eliminate the frequencies of a bad recording in the first place.
It will pretty much wipe out the high's and the lows will be mud.
Many albums from this era were recorded poorly.
How many of you purchased the digital remasterd Disraeli Gears? Same thing. A wall of hiss, especially noticeable on Strange Brew. My vinyl sounds better.
There is nothing you can do. I purchased a German import CD of Ball many years ago and it was the same.
They could not improve on it.
Enjoy it as it is. I bet many of you still listen to vinyl with cracks and scratches like myself.
Belda Beast is timeless. Superb effort from the Iron.
Way underrated when compared to their big hit Inna Gadda.
Great song writing and top notch melodies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I received it very fast the CD sounds just like the album that I still have very happy!Published 2 months ago by james long
I'm an audiophile and the quality of a recording is important to me and very audible on my equipment. This CD was a breath of fresh air. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark dePersio
Brought me back to the late 60's when I was a teenager.
The sound quality is above my expectations
IRON BUTTERFLY is a band that gets no respect. Often the butt of critical commentary, mostly due to the excess and success of their hit and defining album 'IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA,' but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John H. McCarthy