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Dick Schory and David Carroll Percussion in HiFi
Great Sound throughout. Schory tracks closest to the sound and feel of Bang Baroom & Harp. David Carroll tracks also very good indeed. My CD player has a tube audio output plus an up-sampler which genuinely upsamples CD to 24bit/192kHz, so they sound very analogue and very good indeed!
This recording is a good selection of tunes that sounds just sounds great - nice variety of very natural-sounding percussion - excellent transient attack and decay. It sounds great with headphones!
Title: Percussion in Hi-Fi
Artist(s): Dick Schory's New Percussion Ensemble & David Carroll and His Orchestra
Source used for Transfer: For Schory: "Melody to Madness" RCA 4-track tape
For Carroll: "Percussion in Hi-Fi" Mercury 2-track tape
Recording Info: For Schory: Recorded in 1960 at Orchestra Hall, Chicago
Recording Engineer: Lew Layton
Producer: Bob Bollard
Arranged and conducted by Dick Schory
For Carroll: Recorded in 1956 at Universal Recording Corp.
Recording Engineer: Bill Putnam
Musical Director: David Carroll