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Great session, top flight band. Adderley is as smooth and liquid as is to be expected. Evans is more integral to the music than the small font used for his name in the cover art might suggest.
Adderley sounds great. Interesting group with a good song selection. Recommended.
I think most people know the quality of these people as improvisers and musicians, and this was a memorable and thoughtful session. But the sound of this transcription is beyond words, imagination, or expectation. If your machine can do DSD256, do it. HDTT has found a way to share these tapes that actually works. These are the good times. Masks on.
an exceptional album with sound quality never heard to date
As with the other Pure DSD releases this one is also very warm, musical, and detailed with rich analogue sound! Buy these!
Title: Know What I Mean?
Artist(s): Alto Saxophone – Julian "Cannonball" Adderley
Piano – Bill Evans
Bass – Percy Heath
Drums – Connie Kay
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2 track tape
Recorded by Riverside Records at Bell Sound Studios, New York City 1961
Engineer - Bill Stoddard
Producer - Orrin Keepnews
1 Waltz For Debby 5:07
2 Goodbye 6:12
3 Who Cares? 5:53
4 Venice 2:51
5 Toy 5:05
6 Elsa 5:51
7 Nancy (With The Laughing Face) 4:04
8 Know What I Mean? 4:51
Total Time: 39:54