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Melanie  - Brand New Key FLAC album

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Brand New Key 2:24
Some Say (I Got Devil) 3:07

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011 105 Germany 1971
20 11 105 Melanie Brand New Key (Llave Nuevecita) / Some Say (I Got Devil) (Dicen Algunos) ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 20 11 105 Spain 1971
2011-105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", 3-P) Buddah Records 2011-105 UK 1971
2011-105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", 4-P) Buddah Records 2011-105 UK 1971
2011-105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Lar) Buddah Records 2011-105 UK 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
PD.9786 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records PD.9786 South Africa 1971
LL-2506-DA Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records LL-2506-DA Japan 1971
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011 105 Australia 1971
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011 105 Austria 1971
610072, 610072L Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records, Buddah Records 610072, 610072L France 1971
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011 105 New Zealand 1971
BUDDAH 267X Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records BUDDAH 267X Canada 1971
2011.105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011.105 Scandinavia 1971
BDGT 90X Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records, Golden Treasures BDGT 90X Canada 1971
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011 105 Portugal 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single, Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single, Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single, Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
NRA-4201 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single, Mono) Neighborhood Records NRA-4201 US 1971
2011-105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single, Sol) Buddah Records 2011-105 UK 1971
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single, Spl) Buddah Records 2011 105 Lebanon 1971
2011 105 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records 2011 105 Italy 1972
S-53649 Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) PGP RTB S-53649 Yugoslavia 1972
BDGT 90X Melanie Brand New Key ‎(7", Single) Buddah Records, Golden Treasures BDGT 90X Canada Unknown


Melanie  - Brand New Key FLAC album

Musician performer: Melanie

Title: Brand New Key

Country: Germany

Date of release: 1971

Style: Acoustic, Folk

Genre: Rock / Folk, World, & Country

Size FLAC: 1318 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 334

Other Formats: VOC AIFF MMF MP2 MIDI MPC DTS

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Daiktilar
IMPORTANT NOTICE:-Please be aware that the UK Polydor - Buddah release/pressing of this (All UK pressings came with the silver on black labels) is not as this master release is.They were mastered, cut and pressed in needless and pointless MONOThe Germany Polydor - Buddah release (the master release above) was mastered cut and pressed in it's true stereo mix. (the Germany pressings came with the full colour labels, picture covers and on the label text the standard Polydor interlinked circles and text ST for stereo)This may seem trite and trivial to some, to others it's a needless and crazy error and puts the UK pressing where it belongs, in the bin! You just can not hear or fully enjoy this recording in lame mono. It was recorded and had a stereo mix done for the album and is how this has to heard to really hear everything, esp the backing singers. Note that the original USA 45 is also presented in mono!
Daiktilar
IMPORTANT NOTICE:-Please be aware that the UK Polydor - Buddah release/pressing of this (All UK pressings came with the silver on black labels) is not as this master release is.They were mastered, cut and pressed in needless and pointless MONOThe Germany Polydor - Buddah release (the master release above) was mastered cut and pressed in it's true stereo mix. (the Germany pressings came with the full colour labels, picture covers and on the label text the standard Polydor interlinked circles and text ST for stereo)This may seem trite and trivial to some, to others it's a needless and crazy error and puts the UK pressing where it belongs, in the bin! You just can not hear or fully enjoy this recording in lame mono. It was recorded and had a stereo mix done for the album and is how this has to heard to really hear everything, esp the backing singers. Note that the original USA 45 is also presented in mono!
Voodoolkree
Totally agree! The stereo and mono mixes sound like completely different recordingstere. Stereo is definitely the one to go for. Like pineapple says/said: the B side, "Some say (I got devil) is a VERY special song, and deserves to be far better known. It's not too often you hear somebody singing, feeling and meaning the words, like Melanie does here.
Voodoolkree
Totally agree! The stereo and mono mixes sound like completely different recordingstere. Stereo is definitely the one to go for. Like pineapple says/said: the B side, "Some say (I got devil) is a VERY special song, and deserves to be far better known. It's not too often you hear somebody singing, feeling and meaning the words, like Melanie does here.
Uthergo
It's funny that "Brand New Key" was such a hit, with a monster work of brilliance like "Some Say (I Got The Devil)" hidden away on the b-side. This song sends shivers up my spine it's so emotive, haunting, true. The aura of genuine emotion surrounds this one like a shroud. Timeless. A human voice reaching out into the void like a seeking hand, never finding that elusive something for which it grasps.
Uthergo
It's funny that "Brand New Key" was such a hit, with a monster work of brilliance like "Some Say (I Got The Devil)" hidden away on the b-side. This song sends shivers up my spine it's so emotive, haunting, true. The aura of genuine emotion surrounds this one like a shroud. Timeless. A human voice reaching out into the void like a seeking hand, never finding that elusive something for which it grasps.