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This is the Lion-LP-114 edition I recently bought, and I believe it is produced in 2011. Although it is marked as Quadraphonic QS both on cover and record I suspect that this is no quad record. Can anyone confirm this?
 

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This is the Lion-LP-114 edition I recently bought, and I believe it is produced in 2011. Although it is marked as Quadraphonic QS both on cover and record I suspect that this is no quad record. Can anyone confirm this?
Refuge was only released QS encoded so all stereo recordings carry the matrix encoding
 

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I have the CD release on Lion and the cover and booklet says QS and quadraphonic many times. Do not see any remix indication. So I'd say it is QS encoded quad. Listening to this CD also sounds like QS. Some/most of the bonus tracks would not be QS.
 
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This is the Lion-LP-114 edition I recently bought, and I believe it is produced in 2011. Although it is marked as Quadraphonic QS both on cover and record I suspect that this is no quad record. Can anyone confirm this?
I have both the original '72 LP & like Vinylguy4 also the 2011 Lion CD re-relaese. I have compared multiple times & the CD mix & decoded soundfield matches the LP. Only better no ticks or hiss! It sounds great on a SM v2 & I'm sure a QSD-1 would do it justice. Really I think the CD is the one to have; with a great picture book, history of the group (which one is Heaven? Which one is Earth?) & a whopping 15 bonus tracks! Was any of this included with new vinyl LP? I am very pleased
as well as curious how someone in Norway discovered this quirky album & finds it appealing.

But wouldn't it be nice to have this:
H_E REFUGE 4.jpg
 

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I have the original Ovation QS record release. I will have to look for the cd you mention.
 

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I dug out my copy and am now listening to side 2.
Very nice music recorded well.
On the record the bass is very strong. I will have to look for the CD reissue. My album is a promo but a lot of scratches and noise...
 

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I have the Lion re-release CD, I haven't got round to playing it through the SM2 yet - must try harder!

HeavenEarthRefuge201162911_b.jpg
 

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Thanks Sonik for the tip about the CD edition. There are two different cd releases. You want the one from Lion with all the bonus tracks and booklets. Luckily I found a copy on discogs.....
 

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Thanks Sonik for the tip about the CD edition. There are two different cd releases. You want the one from Lion with all the bonus tracks and booklets. Luckily I found a copy on discogs.....
Well then, I wasn't aware there was two choices. Good of you to mention it.
Ya know this isn't the greatest album ever. It's quirky with simple lyrics. But there is something very appealing to me about it. It's stood the time for my appreciation.

There is an official (but long not updated ) website for Heaven and Earth Music. A lot of the material is duplicated in the CD booklet but for those that don't have it's worth checking out.
 

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I have both the original '72 LP & like Vinylguy4 also the 2011 Lion CD re-relaese. I have compared multiple times & the CD mix & decoded soundfield matches the LP. Only better no ticks or hiss! It sounds great on a SM v2 & I'm sure a QSD-1 would do it justice. Really I think the CD is the one to have; with a great picture book, history of the group (which one is Heaven? Which one is Earth?) & a whopping 15 bonus tracks! Was any of this included with new vinyl LP? I am very pleased
as well as curious how someone in Norway discovered this quirky album & finds it appealing.

But wouldn't it be nice to have this:
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Hi. I found this LP in Ballard, Seattle where my daughter lives. There are a couple of good record stores there; used and new records. I have been collecting quad records, sq, qs and CD-4, for a number of years now. The decoders I have are Tate 101A, QSD-1, JVC CD-10 and a Technics SH-3434 Scope.
 
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