BACK IN STOCK 1 STEP Process 180g 45rpm Double LP Pressed on VR900-Supreme Vinyl! Cut From Original Analog Work Masters by Kevin Gray at CoHearent Audio! Strictly Limited To 5000 Numbered Pressings! Patricia Barber has always been an artist's artist, harnessing a restless imagination and an intellectualized curiosity to create visionary jazz that breaks boundaries and reorders perceptions. She serves the chase: the unexpected musical note. The irreplaceable word. The irregular beating heart of jazz. And Café Blue is the album that best personifies her genius. Spare, turbulent, quirky, and slyly humorous, there is no other jazz masterwork quite like it.
Here it is: the definitive version of Jennifer Warnes newest master work. Supervised by the artist and mastered by Bernie Grundman Mastering from Jennifer’s analog master tapes, this is the ultimate expression of The Well that will ever be made. Includes the bonus tracks from Impex’s new gold CD version plus an amazing new recording of Bob Dylan’s haunting “Born in Time” that marks a graceful coda to Ms. Warnes examination of love and loss in uncertain times and places. Spread across six sides, devoted audiophile fans will be enrapt by this lovingly and lavishly produced epic, packaged in a wood box with large-format booklet, personal notes by the artist, and a deluxe insert
Mastered by Tohru Kotetsu and pressed at RTI, this 45rpm LP will live up to and surpass your most demanding judgments. Midnight Sugar is one of the most sough-after titles from the acclaimed Three Blind Mice catalog.
By 1998 interest in Takeshi 'Tee' Fujii's phenomenal success with his Three Blind Mice jazz label led him to make a compilation of his favorite tracks. He chose recordings made between 1973 and 1978 for the resulting album, which he titled The Famous Sound of Three Blind Mice, Vol. 1. The most popular and sought after tunes were all included, cut by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering!
- Limited Edition
- First Time Available on Audiophile Vinyl!
- 2LP 180 Gram Vinyl Pressed at RTI, USA
- Cut by Chris Bellman
- Remastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering
- Deluxe Gatefold Cover
An historic collaboration by two of jazz music’s greatest artists is finally available on 180-gram 2-LP set. Impex Records’ deluxe production captures the amazing outdoor acoustics with fine detail and wide dynamic range. The beautiful gatefold jacket is coated in a vintage high-gloss lacquer and embellished in metallic ink. The White House Sessions, LIVE 1962 contains inspired performances of classic tunes “Take Five,” “Castilian Blues,” “Lullaby of Birdland,” and “I Left My Heart In San Francsico.” Impex Record is proud to bring you a performance unequaled, a recording unparalleled and the must-have audiophile release of this or any other year.
Numbered, Limited Edition - 3000 Copies Audiophile 180g Vinyl LP 33rpm Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio Pressed at RTI NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER Glasgow's First Lady of Jazz Carol Kidd, whose string of successful Linn recordings in the 1980's have made her a staple of international audiophile artists, returns with an all-new collection of delectable jazz and pop standards delivered in her inimitably smooth and heartfelt style
Produced with original masters (unlike some other EU label!) our all-analog LP allows full immersion in Monk & Co.’s telepathy. Tight, controlled bass lays low under supple mids and crisp highs in ways even the best original pressing can’t touch. Limited to 2500 copies means it doesn’t take a psychic to figure out what you’re going to do. Get this! Please note these are not numbered.
A member of Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list and a multi-platinum seller That’s the Way of the World is as popular as it is relevant; a tightly focused, socially conscience “message” piece that you can dance to. It’s simply one of the great funk albums, bouyed by three huge radio hits: “Shining Star,” “Reasons” and the title track. Says Rolling Stone: “Earth, Wind and Fire’s sixth album is make out music of the gods.”
For many classical music lovers, Beethoven’s eighth violin sonata lives in the long, fiery shadow of the ninth, better known as the “Kreutzer”. This is easy to understand, as the Kreutzer is a prime example of the stormy side of Beethoven—the one many listeners see as his most exciting and revealing trait. However, just as his eighth symphony is the kinder, gentler companion to his towering, formidable ninth, the eighth violin sonata, shorter and less aggressive than the ninth, shows a more lyrical side of Beethoven.