Genre Jazz. Discontinued NO. Inventory Construct 0. Dropship 0. Artist The Dave Brubeck Quartet. Record Weight G.
Record Speed 33RPM. Record Speed Record Size 12". Multi Channel. Stereo 1. Picture Disc. Out of Print. Direct to disc.
Availability In Stock. Format Vinyl. Creation Date. Release Date Genre : Jazz. Label : Impex. Format : 33RPMSize : 12". Preorder A Preorder is an item that Album) not yet been released.
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Reply Notify me Helpful. Impex has reissued this album on gram black vinyl, with the Impex Records being comprised of those who founded Cisco Music, those who brought those essential later Steely Dan albums to light, infusing them with a sonic delivery that is unparalleled. Impex has managed to actually improve on not only the sound quality, but the spacial representations, where I heard aspects I had not heard before, even on original pressings.
The vinyl itself is dead quiet, exceptionally smooth and has been limited to numbered copies. Originally laid down in by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, which is not to be confused with any of the other Dave Brubeck incarnations, including Dave on piano, Eugene Wright on bass, Joe Morellos on drums and Paul Desmond holding down the alto sax. Most notable is the manner in which the record unfolds, where the opening track belays a granular structure, then moves into numbers that are more breathy, filled with air and expansive in their nature.
Add to that, Brubeck has always managed to deliver music that has actual weight to it, and never more-so than here. There are those who will attempt to suggest that this recording is simply an extension of the blisteringly wonderful album Time Out, where nothing could be further from the truth, as this recording is a continuation of a theme, LP, and not of an endeavor for the Album) very productive and enlightening years of Dave Brubeck.
I say painted, as this is not a series of notes fused together, but rather of notes that are layered together, blending LP mixing as paint, where notes change in their character when placed next to the notes of other band members, where only when heard in tandem does the quartet manage to offer up the sonic whole of completeness.
Matter of fact, I have several, both in mono and stereo, though not a one of them is as dynamic or voluminous as this issue, and that includes the production, meaning the vinyl itself is very quiet and smooth when spinning on your turntable. Review by Jenell Kesler. Reply Notify me 6 Helpful. Have: Want: 91 Avg Rating: 4.
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