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Metronome - The Duke Of Burlington - The Pressed Piano: A Revolution In Sound (Vinyl, LP)

9 Reply to “ Metronome - The Duke Of Burlington - The Pressed Piano: A Revolution In Sound (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Mikamuro says:
    Mario Battaini with the name The Duke of Burlington in he achieved great international success by rearranging and playing in person, as a man-orchestra (it was not a common practice in the 60s that a musician alone played all the instruments separately in the recording studio and then unite the tracks) the song "Flash", cover of the homonymous piece of the Marquis Of Kensington.
  2. Tokinos says:
    The disappointing thing about the CD reissue of Windmills isn't the material, but the sound quality. An abundance of pops, clicks and crackling make the CD sound like a vinyl LP that's been played too often -- one would expect an audiophile label like DCC Compact Classics to do a much better job of digitally remastering a recording.
  3. Kazralabar says:
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  4. Akinogar says:
    Mad funky genius, a revolution in sound indeed! This lost album of funky piano craziness by the Duke of Burlington seems like it might be a sound library album or production music set, but it goes way beyond even the best of those! Lots of breakbeats, funky riffs, and groovy bass stuff with a LP, Vinyl .
  5. Samumi says:
    The album features one long track by Booker – "Blues For You" – recorded in at the Berlin Jazz Festival, with a quartet that includes Kenny Drew on piano, NIels Henning Orsted Pedersen on bass, and Alan Dawson on drums – and the piece spans both sides of the LP, and is much more open-ended than any of Booker's studio recordings from the time – which has him hitting a free intensity of tone .
  6. Kezuru says:
    Apr 14,  · Scopri pubblicazioni, recensioni, brani, consigli, e molto altro su The Duke Of Burlington - The Pressed Piano: A Revolution In Sound in Discogs. Completa la tua Collezione su The Duke Of Burlington/5(28).
  7. Gardat says:
    High Fidelity was a revolution in sound in the mid ’s. Better turntables, better amplifiers, better speaker systems. First we had hi-fi mono, but soon stereo alone was not enough. It was Hi and it was Fi! Between 19almost every record that hit the shop had the word on it. No escape possible!
  8. Arashishicage says:
    This section contains the EMI Europe Country Codes for serious vinyl LP collector. In most cases the EMI Codes are the first two letters of the records catalog no: These EMI Country Code were used to indicate the country in which the record was pressed EMI Europe Country Codes 0C = UK 1A = Holland 1C = Germany 1J = Spain 2C = France 2E = Austria.
  9. Saktilar says:
    Vinyltom the Record King - der Online Shop für rare Schallplatten.

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