I thought I'd missed out on this ultimate vinyl reissue of this jazz masterpiece, but not only did I manage to score a copy of it, but it's one of the numbered copies too! For those who don't know, Music Matters makes the best vinyl reissues I've come across. The pressings are virtually perfect, the sound beats practically anything else I've ever heard, and the jackets are the thickest and most rugged I've seen, with the best print quality I've ever had the pleasure of coming across. The records were mastered by Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman and pressed at RTI.
Larkspur - Paper Dolls EP
Metome - Angel EP
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue [Mobile Fidelity hybrid SACD]
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue [Mobile Fidelity numbered limited edition half-speed mastered 180g 45rpm 2LP]
Keith Jarret - The Koeln Concert
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
Todd Rundgren - A Wizard, A True Star
Mac, Doc, and Del (bluegrass)
Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares
Humble Pie - Live at the Fillmore
With the exception of Zemfira and Le Mystere, these are CD's of music I already have on vinyl, but I don't have a turntable. I am saving my money up for something decent, tho.
If you haven't heard Zemfira (her name means "gypsy" in Russian) she is a real original with a different sound. I first heard her on the radio in Moscow, and I collect her CDs.
Talk Talk - Laughing Stock (CD)
Joy Division - Closer (CD)
Slowdive - Just for a Day (CD)
Chopin - Ballades & Scherzos (Living Stereo SACD)
Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (Living Stereo SACD)
Vince Guaraldi Trio - A Charlie Brown Christmas (SACD)