Mine looks fine from the bottom, but the top shows discoloration, a brassy
tint, worse at the outside, less toward the middle. dBpoweramp has been
working now for 3 hours on track 1 (mvmnt III) and is still trying. This is
the Souvenir Series of 1988. This third has also appeared in a complete
Mahler Sym box set, but hasn't been reissued as a separate item, AFAIK.
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Save the Unicorns
On 07/08/2013, Carl Pultz wrote:
> Sure thing, Don. We JH fans are on a mission. (Is Jerry Bruck on this
> There doesn't appear to be a Windows version, but what they are trying
> to say is that the disc image that ddrescue creates can be accessed in
It should be a standard ISO image file.
Do we have any idea what the physical mechanism is in this deterioration?
The disc looks perfectly normal with no visible damage at all.
I am trying it under the program EAC, which uses a similar retry method.
So far after several hours it has "read" less than 1% of the first
track, so I am not optimistic. This is in a Plextor drive, which should
do retries itself.
Also checking my copies of Symphonies 1 and 6 and a Robert Simpson CD.
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