THE YARDBIRDS 'Roger The Engineer' LP


Half speed remastered 180g heavyweight vinyl pressing with 4 page booklet, obi strip & poly lined inner sleeve. First released in the summer of 1966, Yardbirds (or Roger The Engineer as it became known ) showcases the Yardbirds at the peak of their powers. Featuring the classic line-up of Jeff Beck, Keith Relf, Jim McCarty, Chris Dreja, and Paul Samwell-Smith, the group explored explosive new sonic territories, pushing their blues-rock sound into the realms of the avant-garde, psychedelia and Indian music. This new edition has been expertly cut from the original stereo tapes using precision half-speed mastering by Cicely Balston at AIR Mastering. Half-speed mastering is a vinyl cutting technique that improves groove accuracy and transient information creating an incredibly detailed stereo image with a natural high frequency response. Pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl, featuring an obi strip and housed in a poly-lined inner sleeve. Also includes a 4-page booklet with extensive liner notes by David French based on interviews with Jimmy Page, Paul Samwell Smith, Jim McCarty and Simon Napier-Bell.

Side A:
Lost Women
Over, Under, Sideways, Down
The Nazz Are Blue
I Can't Make Your Way
Rack My Mind

Side B:
Hot House of Omagararshid
Jeff's Boogie
He's Always There
Turn Into Earth
What Do You Want
Ever Since The World Began

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