Dire Straits - Where Do You Think You're Going? Fact is, Polygram did a pretty good job on the originals. Knopfler used a few guitars for the recording, including a pair of red —one from 1961 serial number 68354 and one from 1962 serial number 80470. What you get to hear is music, just music, nothing else. Archived from the original on 9 November 2012. You know they didn't record this one in a few takes. The album reached 1 on album charts in Germany, Australia and France, 2 in the United States and 5 in the United Kingdom.
The European tour included concerts in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. Love Over Gold and Brothers In Arms sound great to me especially and I hear no compression. I can't see how these remastered versions be better considering the past remastered versions were brickwalled to the max. This leg took the band to several European countries, where they met journalists and performed on television programs. Retrieved 24 February 2019 — via robertchristgau. Just listened to the 1st album yesterday, original Vertigo with red swirl-like label. Sort of like Roxy Music's Avalon; you know, letter perfect with what sounds like no spontaneaty in the playing.
I've thought about ripping it and remastering it myself, just bumping up the volume a little. The only one Dire Straits I have both the original and the remaster is the 1st one. Archived from on 9 March 2010. Archived from on 5 February 2014. Not having both of any others, I find the originals, either Vertigo Swirls or Targets sound fine but would nominate Alchemy for remastering only because it is extremely quiet.
David played a black Fender Stratocaster and a Harmony Sovereign acoustic guitar. I don't think the remaster sounds bad at all, but the original, mine is a Japanese Target, sounds fine. Archived from on 25 June 2014. The first album sounds very good on the remastered as well but I really never did a shoot on it. The full-length version was included on the remastered edition of the album.
The 2008 Re-Masters are definitely over compressed sadly. Australian Chart Book 1970—1992 Illustrated ed. Archived from on 16 April 2012. That's right, forgot about that!. They recruited drummer Pick Withers and began rehearsing. I had all the original releases and the remastered versions. The album was produced by Muff Winwood, and engineered by Rhett Davies.
The album was remastered and released with the rest of the Dire Straits catalogue in 1996 to most of the world excluding the U. The 2008 Re-Masters are definitely over compressed sadly. Dire Straits was later certified double-platinum in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Archived from on 11 May 2011. I loved the remastered editions and still do. So, chances are your cd player works overtime doing error correction everytime you play that original disc. Following his divorce and struggling financially, Knopfler moved into his brother David's flat, where John Illsley also lived.
Search results for dire straits torrents 1-50 of 500 10 Sep 2015: dire straits Download through private server 10 Sep 2015: Desktop multithreaded downloader for. Archived from on 5 March 2010. Of course Mofi is not doing On Every Street so the box will have something to offer. In Europe, the album sold four million copies, and in the United States, it sold two million copies. The Dire Straits Fender logo, which appears on the back cover, was designed by Geoff Halpern. These concerts presented Dire Straits with their largest audiences to date. The only disadvantage of the original is the shortened version of Sultans.
After graduating from college with a degree in English, Mark Knopfler took a job writing for the Yorkshire Evening Post. Cassette versions of the album often featured the sides in reverse order from the original vinyl album—side A consisting of tracks 6—9 and side B consisting of 1—5. Wanting to pursue a career in music, he took a teaching position at Loughton College while playing music at night, performing with pub bands around town, including Brewer's Droop and Cafe Racers. I just enjoy what I do and what I don't I won't play anymore, and I do have some albums that are way too loud. Archived from on 25 May 2015.