Great Day in Boston

One of the more humorous stories was from Mike Gent of the Figgs. For years he’d been obsessed with finding a vinyl copy of the Mats’ last album, All Shook Down, and after a long search, he finally found it while he was in Europe. He was so excited about the purchase that he even pulled the LP out to pour over his new-found treasure on the flight home. And that’s when he first noticed that something was amiss because on the A-side he only counted five tracks instead of the six it was supposed to have. It wasn’t until he got home and slapped the record on his turntable that he discovered that this copy was in fact a mispressing, and instead of side one being All Shook Down, it was instead a Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton album.

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