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old fashion, the age in which stereo recordings were widely separated instruments based!
Great recording on DSD 64 and DSD 256
I reviewed this album earlier. The reason I'm reviewing it twice is that I purchased ti in both DSD 64 and DSD 256. I was very happy with the DSD 64. Sparking recording. The timbers, tonal shadings and textures of the instruments bring a lot of truth to the recording. DSD 64 sounded great. DSD 256 lent a sense of realism that seemed to expand the soundstage around me. Couldn't ask for more.
I was very happy with this recording. Just the kind of music that makes for a satisfying dedicated listening session. Timbers and textures of the music shine through. Instruments are somewhat hard-panned in the soundstage, but it seems to work, and does not distract. Pleased with this purchase.
Shades Of Blue -a wonderful disc-
Masterful sound in analog way. Near perfect.
Title: Shades Of Blue
Artist(s): Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Don Rendell
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ian Carr
Bass – Dave Green
Drums – Trevor Tomkins
Piano – Colin Purbrook
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
Recorded in London, October 1, 2, 1964 by Columbia Records
1 Blue Mosque 4:15
2 Latin Blue 3:29
3 Just Blue 5:36
4 Sailin' 4:58
5 Garrison '64 6:02
6 Blue Doom 2:24
7 Shades Of Blue 7:10
8 Big City Strut 3:57
Total Time: 37:51