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"ABBEY ROAD’S world-renowned engineers have been cutting grooves into discs since the studios first opened their doors in 1931. This record was pressed from a master cut using a precision technique known as half-speed mastering. The procedure requires the source master and the cutting lathe to run at half speed on a specially adapted Neumann VMS-80 lathe.
This rare and specialised technique transforms difficult to cut highend frequencies into relatively easy to cut mid-range frequencies. The result is a cut with excellent high frequency response and very solid and stable stereo images. In short, half-speed mastering produces a master of the highest quality that enables the pressing plant to produce a superlative record."
Mastering Engineer, Abbey Road Studios
A1. Trenchtown Rock (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975) A2. Burnin’ & Lootin’ (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975) A3. Them Belly Full (But We Hungry) (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975) A4. Lively Up Yourself (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975)
B1. No Woman, No Cry (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975) B2. I Shot The Sheriff (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975) B3. Get Up, Stand Up (Live At The Lyceum, London/1975)