Various Artists – Must Have Jazz Recordings (2018) SACD ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

Various Artists – Must Have Jazz Recordings (2018)
SACD Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 57:07 minutes | Digital Booklet | 979 MB
or DSD64 2.0 (from SACD-ISO to Tracks.dsf) > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | Digital Booklet | 2,25 GB
or FLAC (carefully converted & encoded to tracks) 24bit/96 kHz | Digital Booklet | 1,26 GB

This compliation featuring some of jazz’s most well-known names. Vickie Leigh, Sekou Bunch, Kate Mc Garry, David Garfield, Karen Knowles, and others, performed the songs of Cole Porter, John Coltrane, Billy Strayhorn, and some of their own material. This is pure analogue recording. The heart and soul of any recorded sound must surely be the acoustical properties of the room or hall itself, and the microphones being used within that acoustic.


01. More Toolbox – Memories Of Rio
02. Kate Mc Garry – Easy To Love
03. Sekou Bunch – Naima
04. Moogglow – Espresso
05. James Leary – Gone Gone Gone
06. Vickie Leigh – Big-Hearted Woman
07. Main Liners – Prodigal Son
08. Sam Sklair – Boplicity
09. James Leary – Spiral
10. Todd Cochran – Chelsea Bridge
11. Josh Sklair – Key To The Highway
12. Munyungo Jackson – Columbiana

Produced & Engineered by David Manley.
Recorded at Vital Music Studio, Chino, California (recorded live to 2-Track Stereo Analog Tape).
Used equipment:
Studer C37 1/2 inch 2-Track Stereo Analog Tape Recorder with Manley pure tube circuitry at 15 ips.
Microphones – Manley Gold Reference Stereo Condenser Microphones. Digital Converters – dCS.
Mastering Engineer: Giulio Cesare Ricci – Transferred from Analog Master Tape to DSD by using the Signoricci System with Valve (Tube) electronics.

David Manley designed the VITAL MUSIC studio in Chino, California, for “purist” recording techniques only, with all the music played “live” and captured through a Manley “Gold Reference” Stereo Condenser Microphone, straight onto 2 stereo tracks. The Studer C37 analogue tape deck with only Manley pure tube circuitry, at 15 ips, was used with no noise reduction and mastered through the dCS Converter A/D to create the digital master.




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