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Прекрасный звук. Красивая запись.
i own the aluminum and gold version, in redbook format. the gold version is more incisive and focused. the aluminum version is more full bodied and less articulate. while diffrences in sound are small, fidelity of both is exemplary.
Musically there is a clear difference to the recording "Shades of Blue". Perfect musicians, very good location and a convincing transfer.
Amazing to think that this recording, made in 1966 in the UK, has not be reissued until now. This is the best of British jazz and was overshadowed at the time by the pop scene sprouting forth the Beatles, Rolling Stones etc. The inventiveness, musicianship and sound quality are all superb. Listening in DSD 64 there is a reality to the sound that places the musicians in my living room. HDTT's transfer is amazing. Thoroughly recommended.
Title: Shades Of Blue
Artist(s): Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Don Rendell
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ian Carr
Bass – Dave Green
Drums – Trevor Tomkins
Piano – Michael Garrick
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
Supervised By - Denis Preston
Engineer – Adrian Kerridge
Recorded 1966 by Columbia Records
1 Ruth 6:21
2 Tan Samfu 5:54
3 Jubal 7:17
4 Spooks 5:22
5 Prayer 5:51
6 Hot Rod 5:37
7 Dusk Fire 12:15
Total Time: 48:37