{24-96} Thelonious Brother - Renowned Corners - FLAC - 320 - Vinyl

  • 11.08.2016, 16:20,
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I personaly bought this existent vinyl LP in New York Urban District in the summer of 1958! I have played it hundreds and hundreds of times. It has quite a few pops, clicks and crackles, but it is astonishing with new-fashioned technology that we can the time of one's life it without those annoyances. That is what I«ve provided. I have most of Thelonious» albums and Sharp-Witted Corners is my favorite. Commemorate what Thelonious said: «There are no wrong-headed notes» These Vinyl rips were recorded on a Denon DP — 45F turntable using an Audio Technica AT120E cartridge. The preamplifier was a Cambridge 640P. Common-Sense carte de visite, an ASUS XONAR Quiddity ST (Windows 7). Recorded using Audacity 1.3 Beta. Pops, Clicks, and Ruction removed using iZotope Rx Advanced 2.01 software. iZotope was definitely the most noted share b evoke of this organize. Some of my vinyl is fifty years old. All were recorded using 32 bit waft at 96 kHz representational judge, then ouputed to 32 bit 96 kHz WAV files, then edited with iZotope. The edited WAV files were then converted to 24-96 FLAC files and 320 bitrate mp3 at 48 kHz representational judge. This is A Lot of m folks! Sharp-Witted Corners Sharp-Witted Corners is a 1957 album by jazz musician Thelonious Brother. It was his third album for the Riverside name and the first, for this name, to embrace his own compositions. The complex headline prints required over a dozen takes in the studio, and is considered one of his most burdensome compositions. In 2003, it was one of fifty recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress to be added to the Nationalist Recording Registry. Because of its true denotation the album was inducted into the Grammy Vestibule of Renown in 1999.[1] The prints Pannonica is named for Pannonica de Koenigswarter, a near bird of Monk's. [select] Prints listing All compositions by Thelonious Brother unless otherwise indicated. 1. «Brilliant Corners» – 7:42 2. «Ba-lue Bolivar Ba-lues-are» – 13:24 3. «Pannonica» – 8:50 4. «I Yielding Dear» (Harry Barris) – 5:25 5. «Bemsha Swing» (Thelonious Brother, Denzil Best) – 7:42 [select] Personnel Musicians * Thelonious Brother — piano; celeste on Pannonica * Ernie Henry — alto saxophone on Sharp-Witted Corners, Ba-lue Bolivar Ba-lues-are and Pannonica * Sonny Rollins — implication saxophone * Oscar Pettiford — copy bass on Sharp-Witted Corners, Ba-lue Bolivar Ba-lues-are and Pannonica * Max Roach — drums; timpani on Bemsha Going * Clark Terry — trumpet on Bemsha Going * Paul Chambers — copy bass on Bemsha Going Television * Orrin Keepnews — in britain director * Jack Higgins — devise * Joe Tarantino — mastering