Saturday, June 20, 2015

Re-upped some links Curtis Mathis LP's

Sorry I'm missing albums 3,4, and 10. I'll have to re-do at a later time or if someone out there has these downloads  please could you upload to a provider of your choice and let me know?

Curtis Mathis
Vol. 1

Vol. 2

Vol. 5

Vol. 6

Vol. 7

Vol. 8

Vol. 9

Thanks to Steinar here are the lost volumes 3, 4 and 10. Thanks again Steinar!

Vol. 3

Vol. 4

Vol. 10


TK said...


Thank you so much for the RE UP of the Curtis Mathis series. Great listening and amazing quality. We continue to enjoy all of your posts. Our local music system for our condo area plays Easy Listening from the 50's and 60's 24/ 7 which includes many selections from both of your blogs. It is enjoyed daily and greatly appreciated. I will continue to check daily.

Thank you Again

Rich said...

Thanks TK, enjoy!

AlgernonBlack said...

What a treasure trove of music. Many thanks, this will keep me busy for weeks!

Steinar said...

I knew there was something familiar about this...but at first I couldn't find them as "Curtis Mathis". I then searched my archive by Hi-Fi system names" ie. "the plymouth" - presto! The 10 volumes!

The ones you are missing is #3 (The Provincial), #4 (The Burgundy) and #10 (The Upton). I have uploaded them to Zippyshare - get them from here:

Note - I had already converted them to VBR-V2 (estimated bit rate 190kbps or better if needed) - and couldn't avoid or revert this before uploading. Sorry!

Btw - the reason I couldn't find them in my archive the first time is due to a missprint in your spelling; "Mathis" - it's ... "Mathes" - "Curtis Mathes"! ;)

Steinar said...

Btw - I think I even downloaded them from your site originally?

Rich said...

Thanks again Steinar. as I re-call, vol. 10 was a real challenge due to the condition of the album. It took quite a while to manually go through each track and remove the pops that couldn't be removed automatically by my software.

TK said...

Thanks Steiner for uploading the missing volumes and Rich for the magnificent restoration work which I am sure was very labor intensive. I am listening to Volume 10 and you would never know that there were any pops. Sounds great !

Rich said...

Thanks TK. Enjoy!