Duke Ellington And His Orchestra – Masterpieces By Ellington - 1961 Jazz - Incredible Analog Mono Audiophile - Sealed 200 Grm LP

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Duke Ellington And His Orchestra – Masterpieces By Ellington

Label:      Analogue Productions – APJ 4418, Columbia Masterworks – ML 4418, Sony Music Commercial Music Group – 88843046361
Format:     
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono, 200 Gram, Gatefold
Remastered at Sterling Sound from the original analog tapes
Plated By [Uncredited] – Gary Salstrom
Remastered By – Ryan Smith (2)
Recorded on an Ampex 200, using 3M-111 magnetic tape running at 15 inches per second
Gatefold old-school "tip-on" jacket by Stoughton Printing
Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings
Lacquer Cut By – RKS
Liner Notes – GBD
 
© 1951, 2014 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment / Originally released 1951. / Manufactured for Analogue Productions by Sony Music Entertainment
Barcode On Outer Shrink
Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 88843046361A
Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 88843046361B
Matrix / Runout (Side A etched and stamped (Sterling and QRP)): APJ-4418-A QRP RKS sᴛᴇʀʟɪɴɢ
Matrix / Runout (Side B etched and stamped (Sterling and QRP)): APJ-4418-B QRP RKS sᴛᴇʀʟɪɴɢ
Matrix / Runout (Side A & B lacquer cutting facility stamp): sᴛᴇʀʟɪɴɢ
Matrix / Runout (Side A & B lacquer cutting engineer initials etching): RKS
Pressing Plant ID (Side A & B stamp): QRP
Barcode: 753088441813
Country:    US
Released:   Dec 2014
Genre:      Jazz
Style:      Swing, Big Band
 
 
 
A1          Mood Indigo
Vocals [Vocal Chorus By] – Yvonne
15:15
A2          Sophisticated Lady
Vocals [Vocal Chorus By] – Yvonne
11:20
 
 
B1          The Tattooed Bride
 
11:40
B2          Solitude
8:15
 
 
 
Recorded At – Columbia 30th Street Studio
Remastered At – Sterling Sound
Lacquer Cut At – Sterling Sound
Made By – Quality Record Pressings
Pressed By – Quality Record Pressings
Printed By – Stoughton Printing Co.
Manufactured For – Analogue Productions
Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright © – Columbia Records
Bass – Wendell Marshall
Drums – Sonny Greer
Engineer [Recording] – Fred Plaut, Harold Chapman
Horn – Mercer Ellington
Illustration – Stan Fraydas
 
Piano – Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington
 
Saxophone – Jimmy Hamilton, Johnny Hodges, Paul Gonzales, Russel Procope
Trombone – Lawrence Brown, Quentin Jackson, Tyree Glenn
Trumpet – Andrew Ford (3), William Anderson*, Harold Baker, Nelson Williams, Ray Nance
Vocals [Vocalist] – Yvonne
Recorded December 19, 1950
 
"Chad Kassem's Analogue Productions, in conjunction with Ryan Smith of Sterling Sound mastering studio have produced an LP that equals and in some way exceeds the sound of a pristine original pressing properly equalized. The perfectly quiet vinyl and exemplary packaging add up to one of the best reissues of the century." Recording = 10/10; Music = 10/10 - Dennis D. Davis, Hi-Fi +, Issue 120
 

"This new re-issue slays my vintage copy in every way. Every dimension of the recording was much better...dynamics, harmonics, frequency response, detail, jump...all just leaped out at me! The recording sounded like it had been made that morning...absolutely fresh-sounding. No veiling. No roll-off. In fact, it's so good that it doesn't matter that this is a mono recording! Listen to it on a great turntable...you'll hear mono that fools you into thinking that it's not mono. Just wait until you hear Yvonne Lanauze sing, "Mood Indigo" amigos, after a long instrumental build-up...she'll take you there! ... The pressing itself was impeccable: flat, and free of noise, tics and pops...a genuine masterpiece of the pressing-plant arts. The Hyperion OCL, the finest cartridge that I've ever heard, revealed how superbly these grooves were carved! Commendable, reference-grade analog...very, very close to master tape sound. Very damned close! Kissing cousins close! Hell, maybe even closer than that. In fact, I now consider the Analogue Productions re-issue of Masterpieces by Ellington to be one of the very finest Jazz records ever released. (Sorry Miles! Move over, Kind of Blue!)." — David W. Robinson, editor-in-chief, Positive Feedback Online.

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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Color Black