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This date with an all star ensemble is quite good. All musicians are at their prime. Since I first hear the album something has always troubled me. The time that this was recorded when fade outs were rare of non existent, why the track Interplay was faded out. Traditionally the recording engineer would find an ending from another take or have the group record a tag. I am hoping that soon there will be a transfer of Everybody Digs Bill Evans. If for nothing more then the track recorded after all musicians were sent home. A track that is revered by Jazz and Classical musicians alike……Piece Peace.
This recording in dsd 128 instantly became my favorite Jazz recording. This recording is a superb example of what dsd can sound like. Realism, depth, air,dynamics, warmth, and you are there presence, all the characteristics of good vinyl, without vinyls drawbacks. Highly recommended. Oh and fantastic musicians and music too. A must have.
Artist(s): Piano – Bill Evans
Bass – Percy Heath
Drums – "Philly" Joe Jones
Guitar – Jim Hall
Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
Engineer - Tom Nola
Producer – Orrin Keepnews
Recorded by Riverside Records
July 16 & 17, 1962 at Nola Penthouse Studios, New York
1 You And The Night And The Music 7:04
2 When You Wish Upon A Star 5:42
3 I'll Never Smile Again 6:31
4 Interplay 8:11
5 You Go To My Head 5:02
6 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 6:24
Total Time: 38:54
Digital re-mastering in DSD256 :
Merging Technology Editing software with the
Hapi Analog to Digital converter