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sjcorne

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Just found this page on Elliot Mazer:


Seems he worked on a number of mixes not currently listed starting in 2002. Was it he who did the unreleased mix of Cheap Thrills? It is listed as (remix-SACD).
He did the 5.1 mix of Cheap Thrills, which is more of an ambient/crowd-in-the-rears affair. I don’t think we know who did the unreleased quad.
 

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He did the 5.1 mix of Cheap Thrills, which is more of an ambient/crowd-in-the-rears affair. I don’t think we know who did the unreleased quad.
for me there's three main candidates for that Cheap Thrills Quad; Jim Reeves, Larry Keyes, Phil Macy.

Reeves did a lot of early, mostly unreleased mixes, it could be him. if you look through the Robin Reels, Keyes was doing Quads from the outset (Santana, Santana III, Abraxas, Ten Years After) although they did all ultimately see release so this would be an exception if it were him and Phil Macy purely because he did Janis Joplin's Pearl, also in amongst the Robin Reels. i may be barking up entirely the wrong tree(s) but they're my hunches fwiw.
 

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for me there's three main candidates for that Cheap Thrills Quad; Jim Reeves, Larry Keyes, Phil Macy.
Sounds about right. TBH I was rather disappointed with the Cheap Thrills quad. My copy appears to have mono rear channels. It’s still a more interesting listen that the SACD though.
 

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Gentle Giant - Three Piece Suite - Mixed by Steven Wilson. Didn't see it listed.

Also, Steven Wilson is listed for both Opeth - Deliverance and Opeth - Damnation. While Wilson did do the mix for Damnation, Bruce Soord did the mix for Deliverance.

Thanks guys, this is a great additional resource for the site! :)
 

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Found one missing from the list:

Gus Skinas — Rickie Lee Jones “The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard” SACD
 
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