Adventures in collecting "modern jazz": the classical music of America from the Fifties and Sixties, on original vinyl, on a budget, from England. And writing about it, since 2011. 100% coronavirus-free content.
Coming shortly, the long-awaited Tone Poet, but this is not an original trophy-parade. LJC digs out his non-descript United Artists mid-70s blue label reissue, only to find it sounds fantastic! Not even Van Gelder metal sourced, but, I guess, mastered … Continue reading →
J.R. Monterose: “The best tenor you never heard” Selection: The Third (Donald Byrd) . . . I’m not sure of the origins of the above rip, which may be a CD rip made some time ago for phone-listening!. When I … Continue reading →
In 1982, the combined forces of Decca/Telefunken (TelDec) and Georg Neumann Gmbh launched a German compilation of classical music tracks demonstrating the new analog mastering process – Direct Metal Mastering:(10 For Sale from €7.87). The DMM process entered the Blue Note chain … Continue reading →