Jan & Dean, audio restoration and Michael Graves

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Backstory: In 1965 Jan & Dean made a comedy/live album for their record label.  It was wacky, groundbreaking, and an all around fun listen.  Unfortunately the label didn't see it this way and the album never saw the light of day.  50 years later, the only surviving copy is Dean Torrence's personal acetate.  When Omnivore Recordings decided the world needed to hear this record, Michael Graves was fortunate enough to be sent Dean's well used acetate as the source for the new master.  It was not without challenges.

Read more about Filet Of Soul Redux: The Rejected Master Recordings here.