Well Larry's Quad Inc was always the bible for me, although he would have been the first to admit that as soon as it was printed it was out of date. I saved all the quarterly updates for a long time but have long since lost them. Perhaps he corrected the info on BS and T Self titled in a subsequent update. I missed out on this LP in quad all these years thanks to him! LOL. Oh well. I am too old to hold a grudge. I have a great pressing of it now.Funny how rumours or wrong notions get started. I suppose that confusion started as Quad Incorporated lists the SQ album as BS&T II for the SQ version but as BS&T for the stereo version version (with the Dyna track). The SQ copy is 100% SQ. One Dyna track "Spinning Wheel" is reported to be on the stereo LP.
And yes generally Canadian pressings are better than their US counterparts, possibly due to a lower production run?
I'm shocked that people don't know the duration of Beethoven's symphonies!All I Can tell you is that all the rest fit on one Angel SQ LP. The ninth is a double album. Not that that is the same!
English is such a confusing language. I meant one LP each. And a double for the 9th. I have them all.I'm shocked that people don't know the duration of Beethoven's symphonies!
You'll see from this typical 5 disc CD box set that, apart from the 9th, they are between 30 and forty minutes long. So with symphonies 1-8 totalling over four hours long you certainly can't get "all the rest on one LP"!!!
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Uhhhh... NO ....All of the other Beethoven symphonies fit on one side of an LP.
I have the Angel SQ versions of Beethoven's synphonies 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Only the 9th requires more than one side.