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CC Coletti: Bring It On Home

 

 

CC Coletti's latest album, Bring It On Home, combines her powerful, warm voice with the well-respected guitarist/producer Anthony Krizan. The album brings a new and modern play on songs like Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll” and Howlin’ Wolf's “Killing Floor,” amongst others. CC Coletti breathes life into this collection of rock covers, paying homage to her idol Janis Joplin with her immense voice. 

With a background like CC Coletti's, known for her duets and background vocals with Meat Loaf, it is no surprise that she is able to blow these covers out of the water. Please enjoy CC Coletti as she 'sings the American roots of Zeppelin' in Bring It On Home.

 

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post #2 of 18
Another awesome binaural recording!
post #3 of 18

I second that after Amber Rubarth. 

post #4 of 18

Thanks - just purchased.

 

Would love to see some more collaborations - especially with some of CCs original music (Woodstock Lane album).

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For whatever reason, my download isn't starting. I also used "Click Here" to start the Download Manager and I'm getting nothing.

 

Edit: Never mind. Had to manually download and install the download manager. Everything's running properly now.

 

Edit 2: Nope. Not running properly. Audible glitch at the beginning of track 1. I can't find anything on the site that details how to download another copy of a track that didn't turn out the way it should have, so I get to wait on HDtracks' customer service to find out if I can get a good copy of that song or not.


Edited by C.C.S. - 6/6/13 at 3:41pm
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I'll certainly check this out...

post #7 of 18
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

I second that after Amber Rubarth. 

Amber Rubarths binaural recording is amazing
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Originally Posted by kskwerl View Post

Amber Rubarths binaural recording is amazing
Yup! Brilliant. I'll download this one over the weekend.
post #9 of 18
Wish I could play the samples on iOS, would like to listen before I purchase. 😕
post #10 of 18

For some reason this reminds me of Jen Chapin's Stevie Wonder covers album.  well, except the Chapin album is much better.

 

i guess i'm probably in the minority here - i'm not overly enthralled by these polite covers of Led Zep classics.

 

what worked about Amber Rubarth's album was that her talent shone through, despite the tame production/arrangements and excessive focus on "atmosphere" over all else...

 

David Chesky has got to start paying more attention to the content, and less to the context.

That's what i would like to see, personally.

 

i really hate to say it, but these Binaural+ albums are not only (somewhat) lacking content, but the processing to make them "speaker-ready" kills the binaural effect.  To me anyway.

i mentioned that last time out with Amber's record.  That the binaural effect was quite subdued.

Particularly with nice headphones like HD800s or TH900s, which already have cinematic soundstage reproduction, Chesky's albums image no better than, say, my favorite Nat King Cole albums or RCA Living Stereo albums.

 

For argument's sake, I will mention Ottmar Liebert's "Up Close" album as a datum by which Mr. Chesky should measure his success in the field of recording binaural albums.

Not only is the focus of this record the music and the quality of performance, the room does not have to be a cathedral to impart some atmosphere into the proceedings.

 

The reverb in this NYC cathedral that David so loves- well, it stifles everything that tries to rise above it - the singer, the musicians, the melody.

 

i know i sound like a wet blanket.  but, i really expect more.

 

*yawn*   i think i'm going to listen to Led Zeppelin now.

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My first binaural recording and I love it. L3000.gif

 

Interestingly it sound the best on my RS1i by far! Cross-feed also improves to the whole experience with this recording.


Edited by SirBenn21 - 6/7/13 at 4:13pm
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For some reason this reminds me of Jen Chapin's Stevie Wonder covers album.  well, except the Chapin album is much better.

 

i guess i'm probably in the minority here - i'm not overly enthralled by these polite covers of Led Zep classics.

 

what worked about Amber Rubarth's album was that her talent shone through, despite the tame production/arrangements and excessive focus on "atmosphere" over all else...

 

David Chesky has got to start paying more attention to the content, and less to the context.

That's what i would like to see, personally.

 

i really hate to say it, but these Binaural+ albums are not only (somewhat) lacking content, but the processing to make them "speaker-ready" kills the binaural effect.  To me anyway.

i mentioned that last time out with Amber's record.  That the binaural effect was quite subdued.

Particularly with nice headphones like HD800s or TH900s, which already have cinematic soundstage reproduction, Chesky's albums image no better than, say, my favorite Nat King Cole albums or RCA Living Stereo albums.

 

For argument's sake, I will mention Ottmar Liebert's "Up Close" album as a datum by which Mr. Chesky should measure his success in the field of recording binaural albums.

Not only is the focus of this record the music and the quality of performance, the room does not have to be a cathedral to impart some atmosphere into the proceedings.

 

The reverb in this NYC cathedral that David so loves- well, it stifles everything that tries to rise above it - the singer, the musicians, the melody.

 

i know i sound like a wet blanket.  but, i really expect more.

 

*yawn*   i think i'm going to listen to Led Zeppelin now.

 

Well said, I am in agreement.

 

Other listeners may like space and dimension at the expense of tone and musicianship.

IMHO a larger venue sucks the life out of any instrument, lost to rumblings and reverberation.

Stereo recordings such as Ry Cooder’s A Meeting by the River or Rabih Abou-Khalil’s Taraba are way beyond the current Chesky offerings.

 

 

 

 

post #13 of 18
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Originally Posted by TheWuss View Post

For some reason this reminds me of Jen Chapin's Stevie Wonder covers album.  well, except the Chapin album is much better.

 

i guess i'm probably in the minority here - i'm not overly enthralled by these polite covers of Led Zep classics.

 

what worked about Amber Rubarth's album was that her talent shone through, despite the tame production/arrangements and excessive focus on "atmosphere" over all else...

 

David Chesky has got to start paying more attention to the content, and less to the context.

That's what i would like to see, personally.

 

i really hate to say it, but these Binaural+ albums are not only (somewhat) lacking content, but the processing to make them "speaker-ready" kills the binaural effect.  To me anyway.

i mentioned that last time out with Amber's record.  That the binaural effect was quite subdued.

Particularly with nice headphones like HD800s or TH900s, which already have cinematic soundstage reproduction, Chesky's albums image no better than, say, my favorite Nat King Cole albums or RCA Living Stereo albums.

 

For argument's sake, I will mention Ottmar Liebert's "Up Close" album as a datum by which Mr. Chesky should measure his success in the field of recording binaural albums.

Not only is the focus of this record the music and the quality of performance, the room does not have to be a cathedral to impart some atmosphere into the proceedings.

 

The reverb in this NYC cathedral that David so loves- well, it stifles everything that tries to rise above it - the singer, the musicians, the melody.

 

i know i sound like a wet blanket.  but, i really expect more.

 

*yawn*   i think i'm going to listen to Led Zeppelin now.

That album is my go-to album for binaural recordings. It is just so well done. I use it for soundstage and instrument separation tests.

 

I am pretty disappointed with this album based on the demo tracks and I won't be purchasing it even with a discount.

 

Thanks for being brave and posting that.

post #14 of 18
I just purchased up close, 😀👍.
post #15 of 18

I treated myself to the 24/192 version, to go along with the new 'mydac' I picked up at the weekend...

 

Very good :)

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