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45 RPM NEW ARRIVAL LIMITED QUANTITY
Here it is: THE Audiophile Jazz Fan's Box Set To End All Box Sets - All Of Bill Evans Riverside Releases Cut at 45 RPM PLUS The Cannonball Adderley Know What I Mean? Release For Which Evans Was Such An Important Contributor.
Of everything Analogue Productions has reissued, nothing has come close in sales or accolades to the 45-RPM versions of Bill Evans titles from his Riverside catalog. And now we've compiled all of them into one irresistible box set package. Includes facsimiles of each original jacket along with an 18-page booklet detailing Evans' career and Riverside era.
Classic Records' newest formulation: CLARITY SV-P II CLEAR VINYL!
In red box set.
When Cannonball Adderley scheduled the 1958 recording of what was to be his only Blue Note LP, he called on his old employer from their days as quintet members on Columbia, Miles Davis.
"…This is a sumptuous sounding and beautifully presented three-record box. Cut at 45rpm, FBR now has an improved momentum and a deeper bass, which strengthens the rhythmic sense of Jenny's delivery as it propels us through these exceptional and well-loved Leonard Cohen songs.
The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra recorded Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos twice. The first was the famous old Decca recording made under the baton of Karl Münchinger, which disappeared from the market as an LP many years ago. The second is a new recording, made for TACET with outstanding soloists and never before released as an LP, which became famous for being TACET’s first Real Surround Sound recording.
Classic Records 45rpm Series Special One-Sided Pressing
The companion piece to Armstrong's I've Got The World on a String.
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(Comparison Package; one 10" 33 1/3 and one 12" 45 record) (mono)
Recorded at Rudy Van Gelder's studio on March 6, 1954
It represents a departure from their previous trip hop sound into a darker, rawer, more industrial style.