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I own both the Legacy edition and the Columbia CK 64935 release. As StratocasterMan has said, it is true that many of the CD releases had suffered from horrible recording transfers (including the Columbia CK 64935 release). The Legacy edition is known to be a great release with proper speed and dynamic range.

 

On the vinyl pressing, I can't entirely recall if there was a significant amount of hiss or not.


Edited by Destroysall - 7/21/13 at 9:18pm
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I own both the Legacy edition and the Columbia CK 65935 release. As StratocasterMan has said, it is true that many of the CD releases had suffered from horrible recording transfers (including the Columbia CK 65935 release). The Legacy edition is known to be a great release with proper speed and dynamic range.

 

On the vinyl pressing, I can't entirely recall if there was a significant amount of hiss or not.


And apparently cheap like borscht, irresistable at 13 bucksbiggrin.gif

post #43818 of 55135
I have the 1997 SBM version (64935).

Here is a good listing of the different versions...

http://www.kind-of-blue.de/seiten/boxen/miles_kob_box.htm
post #43819 of 55135
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I have the 1997 SBM version (64935).

Here is a good listing of the different versions...

http://www.kind-of-blue.de/seiten/boxen/miles_kob_box.htm

Great website for reference. Wasn't aware of all the releases available.


Hutnicks,

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And apparently cheap like borscht, irresistable at 13 bucksbiggrin.gif


I highly recommend it! beyersmile.png

post #43820 of 55135

Reliving some of my childhood memories:

 

Oh man shivers going up my spine; such a beautiful song.


Edited by miceblue - 7/21/13 at 10:02pm
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World Party - Best In Show (2007)

 

This is really a greatest hits album. I rarely hear anyone talking about it, which is a shame, because it's just full of great stuff. Highly recommended.

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Arthur Rubinstein - Beethoven Sonatas

 

ばぶちゃん (Babuchan) - あの子な幸せが (Happy Child)


Edited by TJ Elite - 7/22/13 at 5:22am
post #43824 of 55135

 

"The Colonel & The Governor" - Tommy Emmanuel & Martin Taylor

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Patricia Barber - Nightclub

post #43826 of 55135

Neil Cowley Trio - The Face Of Mount Molehill

 

Splendid British jazz!!!

post #43827 of 55135
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World Party - Best In Show (2007)

This is really a greatest hits album. I rarely hear anyone talking about it, which is a shame, because it's just full of great stuff. Highly recommended.

I have always loved The Waterboys and World Party. I wish those guys had remained together. I have all of their albums, looks like I have most of these songs. I'll have to revisit their music soon...thanks for the idea...

post #43828 of 55135

Medeski, Martin & Wood - Radiolarians III

 

 

 

 

Review by Thom Jurek  [-]

All three volumes of Medeski, Martin & Wood's Radiolarians series were reportedly to be recorded and released in 2008. Only the first volume appeared, but it provided a solid clue to both the formula and the wild adventurousness that the series would embody. Radiolarians III is the final volume in the series. What inspired it was a formula, pure and simple, a reversal of what is usually the case for a band to follow. Rather than write new material, then record it and tour, the trio reversed the process. They went out and toured incessantly, improvised and wrote new material on the road, gave it real form and focus, and then, finally, recorded it. This volume is as delightful as its predecessors, and offers inarguable proof that after 18 years, MM&W are still discovering new ways to stretch the jazz trio format, finding new music to integrate, spindle, warp, re-form, and refresh, without sacrificing it to endless synthetic edits and samples. In essence, they remain a live trio, and virtually everything they play comes out that way on record. This set was recorded in three days. The meld of jazz, vanguard classical music, gospel, rock, funk, New Orleans stride and second line, country, blues, modal music, Indian classical, and other world folk forms is simply staggering, and it is seamless -- even when the music gets the party rockin'.

/ Review continues: http://www.allmusic.com/album/radiolarians-iii-mw0000822504

post #43829 of 55135
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"The Colonel & The Governor" - Tommy Emmanuel & Martin Taylor

What do you think of the album. I love it my self. 

post #43830 of 55135

I cant stop listening to this track. **** its good.

 

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