This is a newer (and better) upload than my previous upload of this tune. In the last upload, I was extracting the audio using a Shure M44-7 cartridge with n44-7 stylus which is a cheap spherical (conical) stylus. The spherical stylus is designed to make contact with the groove in such a way where it is limited on surface contact with the portion of the groove which will deliver the most information for higher frequencies and higher vocals. The sound will appear thin and harsh, but reasonable. Spherical is probably lowest in class for audio enthusiast for stereo records. Mono might be a different story.
Instead, I am using a Shure M91E-D which uses a an elliptical stylus. Elliptical stylus are designed to pick up more higher frequencies because of the surface area of the sides of the stylus that are in contact as it travels along the groove. The larger side surface area allows it to collect more information which translates into a more complete sound. Therefore, you won't find as much distortion in the crashing of cymbals, instantaneous shouting or yelling of vocals, etc. Also, audio will appear to have more dynamic in width and depth. Some of the best type of stylus out right now are probably between MicroLine (Audio Technica), Micro ridge (Shure (RARE)), and Shibata types of $$tylus.
Anyhow, I hope people enjoy this track in pure clarity now. A true classic from the 80's movie Flashdance which told a story of a woman who wanted to be a great dancer.
Cartridge: Shure M91E-D Type: MM Stylus: Hi-Tracking elliptical (0.3x0.7) Original recording format: WAV Original bitrate: 192,000 Hz Turntable: Techniques SL-Q2 Preamp: Denon PMA-750