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Disco in vinile 180 grammi, Speakers Corner Records, prodotto in Germania. Puro analogico, pressatura e masterizzazione audiophile da nastri analogici originali dell'epoca. Editore originale: RCA. Imballo : 1 disco in vinile 33T, custodia singola in cartone (peso 350gr/m2) e sottotasca foderata. I dischi in vinile forniti da Planète Disque sono imballati in una robusta scatola di cartone con distanziatori e una elegante custodia di plastica in PVC.
Di seguito una descrizione di Speakers Corner Records:
"Take Ten" - Paul Desmond (as); Jim Hall (g); Gene Cherico, Gene Wright (b); Connie Kay (dr)
No, not "Take Five" but "Take Ten" is the title of this LP and its very first number. Certainly this should be taken as a hint that it was not Dave Brubeck but Paul Desmond who was the composer of this 'million seller'. At the recording session, the guitarist Jim Hall was more than a substitute for the piano - he contributed to the quartet a whole new sound colouring which was tinged with the influences of bossa nova.
The numbers are all easy-going and airy, the melodic lines and sound are filled with transparency. All the while one is curious as to the clear part-writing, and the wealth of ideas emanating from the soloists. This does not only apply to the old favourites "Alone Together", "Nancy" and "The One I Love", all three of them arrangements made ad hoc in the studio and which demonstrate how familiar the musicians were with one another, how they listened to one another, answered, and kept the dialogue flowing. The atmosphere is relaxed, and this conveys itself to the listener even after almost half a century.
RCA’s recording and reproduction technology was ahead of its time. The music of these South-American-sounding gems comes out of the loudspeakers with brilliance, clarity and - at last - without the frustrating crackle of a second-hand LP.
This Speakers Corner LP was remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head. All royalties and mechanical rights have been paid.
Recording: 1963 in Webster Hall, New York, by Ray Hall
Production: George Avakian