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    Default The Flame is out on CD

    I haven't seen anything posted previously so just a note to QQ.

    The Flame in now out on CD. I've seen it at a couple or stores.
    Quad discography says LP is DY quad only release so CD should also be same.

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    Default Re: The Flame is out on CD

    Thanks for the heads up.

    I wonder if anybody did an a/b comparison of the L.P. with the cd to see if the encoding is still intact.

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    Default Re: The Flame is out on CD

    From what I've read online, the tapes of "The Flame" were long ago lost, and that the CD is made from a needledrop.

    It's still wonderful music, however.

    J. D.

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    Default Re: The Flame is out on CD

    Not that I've got any actual quad equipment (just albums: one vinyl and one Q8), but...

    Who/What is "The Flame"?

    Pretty cool if the quad encoding turns out to remain intact for those of y'all who have the equipment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazaam View Post
    Who/What is "The Flame"?
    South African Pop wunderkinds The Flame were discovered and produced by Beach Boy Carl Wilson and then joined the Boys during heir "Holland"/Brothers Records period. Blondie Chaplin & Ricky Fataar - both great players - more Beatles than Beach Boys. I saw the Beach Boys live during that time at college in 1972 - great band (minus Brian of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmer View Post
    South African Pop wunderkinds The Flame were discovered and produced by Beach Boy Carl Wilson and then joined the Boys during heir "Holland"/Brothers Records period. Blondie Chaplin & Ricky Fataar - both great players - more Beatles than Beach Boys. I saw the Beach Boys live during that time at college in 1972 - great band (minus Brian of course).
    Now in 2007 there is a Beach Boys tour minus Brian, Carl, Dennis and Al.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmer View Post
    South African Pop wunderkinds The Flame were discovered and produced by Beach Boy Carl Wilson and then joined the Boys during heir "Holland"/Brothers Records period. Blondie Chaplin & Ricky Fataar - both great players - more Beatles than Beach Boys. I saw the Beach Boys live during that time at college in 1972 - great band (minus Brian of course).
    Good info. Thanks!
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    Default Re: The Flame is out on CD

    No Surround Poll so I thought I would hitch on this one.... a tough one to rate for "Quadiness" but the album is pretty damned good. I finally picked up a vinyl copy. Musically it is very contemporary rock circa 1970-71 with a pop sensibility to it, not unlike Badfinger...who I like (yeah, I even got a Joey Molland autogragh from a concert). It even came with the original typewritten insert showing you how to wire your speakers for Dynaquad. I give it a solid 9. Buy if you can track it down, and it has the Beach Boys pedigree. John S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmer View Post
    Blondie Chaplin & Ricky Fataar - both great players - more Beatles than Beach Boys.
    I just watched the movie The Rutles, that was Ricky Fataar playing the George Harrison equivalent. Definitely more Beatles than Beach Boys.
    George appears elsewhere in the movie.

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    Default Re: The Flame is out on CD

    For all of you who are not familiar with the Flames (it is Flames and not Flame), I suggest you check: www.the-flames.com

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