{24-96} Sonny Rollins - Way Out West - Vinyl Flac

  • 11.08.2016, 16:22,
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These Vinyl rips were recorded on a Denon DP — 45F turntable using an Audio Technica AT120E cartridge. The preamplifier was a Cambridge 640P. Range use strategy act openly, an ASUS XONAR Critical ST (Windows 7). Recorded using Audacity 1.3 Beta. Pops, Clicks, and Clap removed using iZotope Rx Advanced 2.01 software. iZotope was almost certainly the most noted component of this make. Some of my vinyl is fifty years old. All were recorded using 32 bit buoy at 96 kHz sampler chew out, 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 sampler chew out. This is A Lot of exertion folks! Way Out West I personnally bought this very unofficially Fifty Three years ago in NYC, September 1958. Way Out West is a 1957 album by Sonny Rollins with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Shelly Manne, neither of whom had played or recorded with Rollins before. The music employs a standard operating procedure called «strolling», used here by Rollins for the first yet, in which he would unaccompanied over only bass and drums with no pianist playing chords. The fresh reissue of the CD has additional takes of three of the songs, including the interest trail. These additional takes are all about twice as great, containing much longer solos from all three of the members of the affiliate. In pronunciamento to fit the recording seating into the musicians« schedules, it was scheduled «for 3 A.M.», according to the liner notes by canada entrepreneur Lester Koenig: «At 7 A.M., after four hours of sincere concentration, during which they recorded half the album, and should have been spent, Sonny said, »I«m hot now.» Shelly who had been up for 24 hours, said, «Man, I tolerate like playing.» And Ray, who was equally dog-tired and had a studio invitation for the afternoon, just smiled.» The fill someone in for the clothe, taken by noted jazz photographer William Claxton, with the saxophonist dressed in Stetson hat, holster, and horn in situation of a saturday-night special, was Rollins' own hint, to extol his first visit out West, according to Koenig in the liner notes. [delete] Trail listing All compositions by Sonny Rollins except where eminent. 1. «I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)» (Johnny Mercer) – 5:42 2. «Solitude» (Duke Ellington) – 7:52 3. «Come, Gone» – 7:53 4. «Wagon Wheels» (Peter DeRose) – 10:11 5. «There Is No Greater Love» (Isham Jones) – 5:17 6. «Way Out West» – 6:30 [delete] Personnel * Sonny Rollins — Tone Saxophone * Ray Brown — Bass * Shelly Manne — drums