For this Special Edition, World Circuit have gone back to the original 2010 mixes and added previously unheard parts from the 2019 sessions to create 8 reimagined bonus mixes, accompanied by a new booklet with sleeve notes and photos.
• Vinyl 2LP-set from Impulse! Records
• Private late 1965 recording of a rare, nightclub performance of A Love Supreme available for the first time
• Produced by engineer Kevin Reeves
• Tape reels containing this performance from October 1965 sat in the private collection of Seattle saxophonist and educator Joe Brazil
• Extensive liner notes by music historian Ashley Kahn
Following the acclaimed quartet release ‘Vista’ and the influential co-led Partisans album ‘Nit de Nit’, Siegel solidifies his reputation as one of
Recorded Wednesday, July 13, 1960, at the Antibes Jazz Festival, Juan-les-Pins, France, this recording is considered by many as Mingus’s most popular.
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HIGH RESOLUTION AUDIO MASTER, CUT ON 45 RPM
• 45rpm 180 Gram Vinyl 2LP
• Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
• Analog mix-down transfer of original 1958 work tapes by Mark Wilder at Battery Studios, New York, NY
• Pressed at RTI
• Gatefold jacket housed inside a resealable, protective plastic sleeve
• Exclusive large-format booklet with new art
200-gram vinyl reissue
Mastered from the original tapes by Bernie Grundman
Pressed at QRP
Old-style tip-on Stoughton Printing jacket
Mastered from the Original Analog Tapes at Sterling Sound by Ryan Smith / Plated & Pressed by Quality Record Pressings
If you heard the John Coltrane Quartet live in the early-to-mid-1960s, you were at risk of having your entire understanding of performance rewired. This was a ground-shaking band, an almost physical being, bearing a promise that seemed to reach far beyond music.
The quartet’s relationship to the studio, however, was something different. In the years leading up to “A Love Supreme,” his explosive 1965 magnum opus, Coltrane produced eight albums for Impulse! Records featuring the members of his so-called classic quartet — the bassist Jimmy Garrison, the drummer Elvin Jones and the pianist McCoy Tyner — but only two of those, “Coltrane” and “Crescent,” were earnest studio efforts aimed at distilling the band’s live ethic.
On June 29TH, Impulse! released “Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album,” a full set of material recorded by the quartet on a single day in March 1963, at New Jersey’s Rudy Van Gelder Studio; then stashed away and finally lost when Impulse threw away stored material on a clean-up.
However, the family of Coltrane’s first wife, Juanita Naima Coltrane, recently discovered John’s personal copy of the recordings, which she had saved, and brought it to the label’s attention. There are seven tunes on this collection plus 7 alternate takes (included on the deluxe edition), a well-hewed mix that clearly suggests Coltrane had his sights on creating a full album that day. From the sound of it, this would have been an important one.
The standard version of the album features seven out of the session’s 14 takes, while a deluxe edition includes all of the tracks.
Recorded in New York City the day after Christmas in 1994 by the collective quintet M.T.B., Consenting Adults is a snapshot of
Remastered using pure analogue components only, from the master tapes through to the cutting head.
180-gram 45 RPM double LP set!
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound from the original master tape!
Plated and pressed at Quality Record Pressings!
Audiophile Quality 180g Vinyl 2LP Reissue Remastered from the Original Analog Master Mixes by Doug Sax & Pressed at RTI; Includes a Pair of Bonus Tracks Cut at 45RPM on Side 4
The dynamic duo of tenor saxophonist Timo Lassy and drummer Teppo Mäkynen return with a double LP of live recordings captured in