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The Jazz played in this album is on the light side, in my opinion, but not to be disregarded. The original tape is described to be a two-track stereo source. Notwithstanding it does sound quite good, well balanced sonically and with decent dynamic range. For your reference I played the 96 kHz/24 bit PCM files via a DVD-Audio/Video built at home, and on an Oppo BDP-103 with a Marantz MM-7025 stereo amp.
Title: Brass Bag
Artist(s): Arranged By – Gerald Wilson
Bass – Leroy Vinnegar
Drums – Ron Jefferson
Piano – Frank Strazzeri
Trombone – Bob Edmondson, Frank Strong, Kenny Schroyer
Tricky Lofton, Lou Blackburn, Wayne Henderson
Trumpet – Carmell Jones
Producer – Richard Bock
Recording Info: Transferred from a 2-track 15ips tape
Recorded at Pacific Jazz Studios, Hollywood, California 1962
1 Brass Bag 3:49
2 Canadian Sunset 5:39
3 Angel Eyes 4:14
4 Ow! 6:49
5 Celery Stalks At Midnight 5:22
6 Mood Indigo 5:21
7 Moten Swing 5:26
8 Bluer Than That 3:20
Total Time: 40:00