Aaron Neville's Warm Your Heart - double LP set, 45 RPM 180-gram LPs pressed at RTI Limited numbered edition reissue by Original Recordings Group (ORG) Mastered from the original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman
Soundstage, sonic detail enhanced at 45 RPM 2LP! Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the original master tapes! Plating and 200-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings! Stoughton Printing old-style tip-on gatefold jacket
Audiophile quality microphone designer and 8 times winner of "Best sound in show" at high-end audio equipment conventions, Laflamme uses his knowledge and unfailing instinct to match various audio components to create the best all-encompassing sound experience. The exclusive 2xHD system is the fruit of Laflamme's total experience and imagination.
200-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings! Now at 45 RPM! Cut by Matthew Lutthans at The Mastering Lab by Acoustic Sounds Old-style tip-on gatefold jacket by Stoughton Printing Winner of the 1969 Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group!
The famed recording returns in a premier vinyl reissue from Analogue Productions! Now cut at 45 RPM on 2LPs! Mastered from the original 3-track tapes by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound! Deluxe gatefold tip-on jacket from Stoughton Printing w/ rare photos 180-gram LPs pressed at Acoustic Sounds' state-of-the-art pressing plant, Quality Record Pressings Bruno Walter helped shape the very essence of interpretive style among conductors. Walter's rendition of Beethoven's sixth symphony is perhaps the greatest ever recorded — his reading of the score comes off sounding like a piece of literature or poetry, but that is a great thing and perfectly blends with the music to create a benchmark recording.
200-gram vinyl by Quality Record Pressings! Now a 2LP at 45 RPM! Doug MacLeod's ode to acoustic blues, a consummate bluesman channeling his focus Mastered from the original analog tapes by Kevin Gray Tip-on, thick cardboard gatefold jacket Spend any time around Doug MacLeod and the stories from his years of road time with the likes of Big Joe Turner and Pee Wee Crayton start to flow as easily as a brook tickled by a breeze. And you know you're getting to the good part, the climax if you will, when Doug's eyes start to twinkle, his grin grows broader and out of his mouth pop the words "Come to find ..."
No. 404 on Rolling Stone's list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time! Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, from the original analog tapes 200-gram vinyl plated and pressed by Quality Record Pressings! Tip-on style gatefold jacket by Stoughton Printing Dr. John's Gumbo is the fifth album by New Orleans singer and pianist Dr. John, a tribute to the music of his native city. The album is a collection of covers of New Orleans classics, played by a major figure in the city's music.
Considered one of Ella’s greatest recordings, she’s backed on this 1960 release by pianist Paul Smith. Let No Man Write My Epitaph was a 1960 Hollywood movie featuring Fitzgerald. The album hits at a depth of emotional understanding that critics often complained was missing in Ella’s reading of jazz lyrics, and once again establishes her as one of the supreme interpreters of the Great American Songbook.
Mastered from the original analog tapes by George Marino at Sterling Sound An audiophile dream set; the best sounding Elvis record ever pressed! Includes every one of the King’s all-time greatest singles
RCA Living Stereo classical LPs — the gold standard for top quality orchestral performance and sound! Remastered from the original master tape — now available cut at 45 RPM! by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound Lacquers plated by Gary Salstrom and pressed on 200-gram vinyl at Quality Record Pressings! Deluxe gatefold jacket from Stoughton Printing Kudos for our 33 1/3 version: "Grade: A+. Once again, as good as I've heard this record sound. Gorgeous strings, superb bass, avalanche dynamics with that same tape-like ease, sensational inner detail. The authority of the CSO is really something on fortissimo tuttis, of which there are many in Pictures." — Jonathan Valin, The Absolute Sound.com, June 11, 2013.
For this 1959 classic Russell assembled an all-star orchestra, including pianist Bill Evans (a frequent participant on Russell's recordings), Art Farmer, Bob Brookmeyer, John Coltrane, and Milt Hinton, among others. Singer Jon Hendricks provided a beatnik-style stream of consciousness narration that opened and closed the truly unique performance.