Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto Nos. 1 & 2

VinylWorld 09/01/2015

Tracklist Piano Concerto No. 1 In G Minor Aa I- Molto Allegro Con Fuoco Ab II- Presto Ac III- Molto Allegro E Vivace Piano Concerto No. 2 In D Minor Ba I- Allegro Appasionato Bb II- Adagio Bc III- Finale…

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Mahler, Mehta, LSO: Symphony No. 3 In D Minor

VinylWorld 09/01/2015

Tracklist Hide Credits Part I A I. Kräftig (Part I) 22:38 B1 I. Kräftig (Conclusion) 9:50 Part II B2 II. Il Tempo Di Menuetto Violin – Sidney Hart 10:12 C1 III. Comodo Horn – Robert Di Vall…

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Saint-Saëns: Symphony No. 3

VinylWorld 09/01/2015

Tracklist Symphony No. 3 In C Minor, Op. 78 A Adagio; Allegro Moderato; Poco Adagio B Allegro Moderato; Presto; Maestoso; Allegro Composed By – Camille Saint-Saëns Conductor – Charles Munch Directed By [Musical Director] – Richard Mohr Engineer [Recording] – Lewis Layton…

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Granados, Falla, Albeniz: Spain

VinylWorld 09/01/2015

Tracklist Granados* Goyescas A1 – Intermezzo Falla* La Vida Breve A2 – Intermezzo And Dance Falla* The Three Cornered Hat A3 – Dances Albéniz* Iberia B1 – Navarra B2 – Fête-Dieu À Seville B3 – Triana Conductor – Fritz Reiner Lacquer Cut…

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Offenbach: Gaîté Parisienne

VinylWorld 09/01/2015

Conductor – Arthur Fiedler Orchestra – Boston Pops Orchestra, The Orchestrated By – Manuel Rosenthal Remastered By – Ryan Smith (2) A Gaîté Parisienne (Part I) B Gaîté Parisienne 1958…

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Mussorgsky, Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition

VinylWorld 31/01/2014

Acoustic Sounds customer Alan Hendler has this to say about the first three RCA reissues: „Just received your new vinyl of Scheherazade, Pictures and Pines and Fountains of Rome. After listening I have never heard anything that comes close to…

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Lou Donaldson: Blues Walk

Petere 16/02/2013

Lou Donaldson’s undisputed masterpiece, Blues Walk, marks the point where the altoist began to decisively modify his heavy Charlie Parker influence and add a smoky, bluesy flavor of his own. The material is still firmly in the bebop style…

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The doors: Waiting for the sun

VinylWorld 05/10/2012

že by to ešte nebolo? 3.  album Doorsovcov ale pre mňa poeticky a songami prvý. Myslím tým, že ho naozaj môžem. Je oveľa lyrickejší ako prvý Doors alebo LA Woman. Dobrá voľba spozna…

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Charles Mingus: The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

Petere 17/03/2012

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady is a studio album by American jazz musician Charles Mingus, released on Impulse! Records in 1963. The album consists of a single continuous composition—partially written as a ballet—divided into four tracks…

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MIles Davis: The Musings Of Miles

VinylWorld 15/03/2012

ACSO-APO-7007, Analogue Productions Format: 45 RPM 180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP This was a forerunner of the Miles Davis Quintet as it was his first session with Red Garland and Philly Joe Jones. Up to then, his…

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Ike Quebec: Soul Samba Bossa Nova

Petere 28/01/2012

This program of sultry, minor key music with a Brazilian tinge seems inspired by Ike Quebec, who was suffering from advanced cancer that would claim his life three months later. But here is big-toned, impassioned tenor is in tact…

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Ike Quebec: It Might As Well Be Spring

Petere 28/01/2012

Two weeks after Ike Quebec recorded his comeback album Heavy Soul for Blue Note, he was back at the Van Gelder Studio with the same band (Freddie Roach, Milt Hinton and Al Harewood), making a second album. The confidence paid…

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Joe Henderson: Page One

Petere 28/01/2012

Page One introduced the jazz world to the unusually mature and original young tenor saxophonist, Joe Henderson. „Recorda Me“ and „Blue Bossa“ have become jazz classics for their mix of Brazilian rhythms with Hard Bop muscle.Originally released in 1963…

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John Patton: Along Came John

Petere 28/01/2012

John Patton, Grant Green and Ben Dixon were introduced to Blue Note by Lou Donaldson and quickly became the quintessential rhythm section for Blue Note’s funkier session. They came together for this, John Patton’s first album, with two…

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The 3 Sounds: Bottoms Up

Petere 28/01/2012

The Three Sounds were part of the trio explosion. Begun in 1956 in Benton Harbor, Michigan as the Four Sounds and consisting of Gene Harris on piano, Andrew Simpkins on bass and Bill Dowdy on drums (the saxophonist was dropped…

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