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Both of which were produced by The Boss - of EMI and Decca's recording teams respectively. Walter Legge of EMI produced pretty much all of Maria Callas' recordings and I understand this one is no exception, and Kenneth Wilkinson produced the Handel recording for Decca. And you can tell - both recordings sound absolutely exquisite. I still maintain that overall, the best sounding classical recordings date from the 1960's. My absolute favourites are on the Mercury Living Presence label - the Dorati Firebird is sublime.
And northwest of Pegasus
Flew into the light of Deneb
Sailed across the Milky Way
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this is the neil young archive
every single thing he has ever recorded available to listen to for free