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    The Best of Violin
    MMXR-2008 is the best album said to be the culmination of master
    Salvatore Accardo. This album includes the most beautiful recording of
    Violin concertos, violin solo, violin and piano, quartet.
    In addition, the album is a live recording at the famous theaters in Italy such as Rome and Cremona.

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    The Rosenberg Trio
    Tim Kliphuis (live)

    33rpm / Audiophile Edition

    Side A

    1A. Flamingo – T. Grouya
    1B. Night and day – C. Porter
    2. Mozology – M. Rosenberg
    3. Les yeux noirs – Traditional

    Side B
    1. How high is the moon – M. Lewis/N. Hamilton
    2. Samba Paula – T. Kliphuis
    3. Blues en Mineur – D. Reinhardt
    8. Got a match – In Memoriam Chick Corea
    9 Poincjana – Traditional

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    IZUTSU KANAE 井筒香奈江

    Another Answer(UHQCD+DVD)
    ※UHQCD + DVD

    二つのアレンジで歌い上げた井筒香奈江オリジナル「輝く街」を含む新録音4曲と、ダイレクトカット盤21世紀初の話題作「Direct Cutting at King Sekiguchidai Studio」からの別テイクを加えた、空間と感情が見える演奏と音質の全8曲、編集無しの一発録音で挑んだ意欲作。

    Disc 2 – DVD
    「輝く街」Making & Music Video

    1.Sing Sing Sing
    2.輝く街 (Guitar, Violin ver.)
    4.Love Theme from Spartacus (スパルタカス愛のテーマ)
    8.輝く街 (Piano, Guitar ver.)

    ■Vocal:井筒 香奈江
    Piano:藤澤 由二(3,4,5,6,7.8)
    Guitar/Irish bouzouki:伊丹 雅博(1,2,3,8)
    Vibraphone/Percussion:大久保 貴之(1,4,5)
    Electric Bass:小川 浩史(1,6)
    Contrabass:磯部 英貴(6,7)

    Sound Producer & Recording Engineer:高田 英男(MIXER'S LAB)
    Assistant Engineer:高橋 友一(キング関口台スタジオ)
    Technical Engineer:高橋 邦明(キング関口台スタジオ)
    Piano Tuner:井出 誠(井出ピアノ調律所)
    Mastering Engineer:辻 裕行(キング関口台スタジオ)2021.3.22
    D.C Member:上田 佳子、冬木 真吾(日本コロムビア株式会社)
    Produced: 井筒 香奈江(JellyfishLB)

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    7RAY feat. Triple Ace (2LPs/180g)

    Jazzy Zoetrope

    Studio Recording – Studio Baumgarten

    1. Night and day 5:42
    2. Fly me to the moon 4:13
    3. One for my baby 4:22
    4. It was a good year 4:28

    1. I‘ve been missing you 2:51
    2. My baby just cares for me 3:20
    3. Send in the clowns 3:23
    4. Nature boy 4:56
    5. I remember you 3:48

    Live Recording – Pro-Ject Headquarters

    1. Nature boy 5:35
    2. A foggy day 4:06
    3. I‘ve got you under my skin 5:36
    4. I‘ve been missing you 3:05

    1. Blue Moon 6:30
    2. My baby just cares for me 4:06
    3. Lady is a Tramp 4:28
    4. One for my baby 4:24

    A Pro-Ject Records Exclusive-Release!

    Studio and Live Recording at Studio Baumgarten & Pro-Ject Headquarters

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    Patricia Barber Cafe Blue 1STEP 180g 45rpm 2LP
    Patricia Barber

    Genre: Jazz
    Brand: Impex
    Size: 12″

    Additional Artists: John McLean Michael Arnopol Mark Walker
    Format: 45RPM,

    TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Informal

    1STEP 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!

    Impex Records, we are always looking to create new, value-added audiophile products that expand your enjoyment and immersion in great recordings. In that vein, we are excited to begin 2020 by announcing our new ultra-luxe 180-gram LP series, Impex 1STEP. As with all of our productions we supervise and create every asset by hand and never settle for any asset that isn’t The Best It Can Be.

    The Impex 1STEP process relies on short, tightly-controlled runs that require a new lacquer after each 500 pressings. This unforgiving format has the lacquer skipping the regular father-mother process, going right to a single convert and then pressing. Though this dramatically increases mastering and production costs, it also assures each run is more consistent from disc to disc, with less noise, clearer details and deeper bass.

    Two 180-gram 45-rpm LPs, pressed on VR900-supreme vinyl, and a deluxe booklet are packaged in a heavy-duty 3-sleeve jacket. The jacket is then placed in a cloth-bound slip case that protects your investment and brings a cool retro-modern look to your shelves. Strictly limited to 5,000 pressings!

    Reducing production complexity to just a single “convert” disc between the lacquer and the press greatly improves groove integrity, diminishes non-fill anomalies and increases signal integrity from the master tape to your system.

    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.

    For our first collaboration with this musical vanguard, Impex’s 1STEP is exclusively cut from original analog work masters and cut by Kevin Gray at CoHearent Audio. The stunning fidelity, breathtaking dynamics and startling spacial realism surpass every other edition of this breakthrough album.

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    Mary Black: Orchestrated – Featuring RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

    Artist: Mary Black
    Title: Orchestrated – Featuring RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra

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    Fred Hersch – Songs From Home
    Pianist/composer Fred Hersch celebrates his 65th birthday with new solo album!

    Songs From Home explores nostalgic pop songs, heartfelt originals, and resonant jazz classics!

    When the country went into lockdown in early 2020, pianist/composer Fred Hersch was among the first to find a new way forward, checking in every afternoon for nearly two months with his “Tune of the Day” performances on Facebook. The experience prompted his intimate and reflective new solo album, Songs From Home. The 10-song collection, via Palmetto Records, responds the tumult of the world outside with an embrace of nostalgia and warmth, captured in the tranquility of the pianist’s rural Pennsylvania home.

    “It’s kind of a comfort food album,” Hersch admits, “with a little badass stuff in there too. I didn’t want to make an easy listening record, but I did want to play some music that would make people happy.”

    1. Side A
    2. 1. Wouldn’t It Be Loverly (Loewe)
    3. 2. Wichita Lineman (Webb)
    4. 3. After You’ve Gone (Layton)
    5. 4. All I Want (Mitchell)
    Side B
    7. 1. Get Out Of Town (Porter)
    8. 2. West Virginia Rose (Hersch) / The Water Is Wide (traditional)
    9. 3. Solitude (Ellington)
    10. 4. When I’m Sixty-Four (Lennon/McCartney)

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    180-gram gatefold double LP

    Vellum inner sleeves plus a 4-page insert

    Road To The Sun is yet another unexpected and genre-defying new recording from the 20-time Grammy winning guitarist/composer Pat Metheny. Metheny’s new album Road To The Sun features two major new works: A four-movement solo guitar suite “Four Paths Of Light” — performed by Grammy-winner Jason Vieaux, described by NPR as “perhaps the most precise and soulful classical guitarist of his generation” — and the centerpiece of this landmark recording Road To The Sun, a six-movement piece for fellow Grammy-award winning Los Angeles Guitar Quartet LAGQ — Metheny describes them as “one of the best bands in the world.”

    In the end, Road To The Sun is nothing if not another truly great Pat Metheny record. It will rank alongside Secret Story, Bright Size Life, 80/81, One Quiet Night, Still Life (talking), Song X, and all the rest as being yet another unexpected and almost willfully inscrutable plot twist, inevitable to a genre with only one common element: Metheny himself.

    Side 1
    1. Pat Metheny: Four Paths of Light, Pt. 1 – By Jason Vieaux
    2. Pat Metheny: Four Paths of Light, Pt. 2 – By Jason Vieaux
    3. Pat Metheny: Four Paths of Light, Pt. 3 – By Jason Vieaux
    4. Pat Metheny: Four Paths of Light, Pt. 4 – By Jason Vieaux

    Side 2
    1. Pat Metheny: Road to the Sun, Pt. 1 – By Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
    2. Pat Metheny: Road to the Sun, Pt. 2 – By Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
    3. Pat Metheny: Road to the Sun, Pt. 3 – By Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

    Side 3
    1. Pat Metheny: Road to the Sun, Pt. 4 – By Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
    2. Pat Metheny: Road to the Sun, Pt. 5 – By Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
    3. Pat Metheny: Road to the Sun, Pt. 6 – By Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

    Side 4
    1. Arvo Pärt: Für Alina (arr. Pat Metheny for 42 string guitar)

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    Travis – The Boy With No Name (LP + 7″)

    Side A
    1. 3 Times And You Lose
    2. Selfish Jean
    3. Closer
    4. Big Chair
    5. Battleships
    6. Eyes Wide Open

    Side B
    1. My Eyes
    2. One Night
    3. Under The Moonlight
    4. Out In Space
    5. Colder
    6.New Amsterdam

    1. Sailing Away

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    Moby – Reprise

    Double LP

    Moby’s best-known tracks arranged for classical music performance

    Moby’s eclectic career has cast him in the roles of electronic dance music pioneer, singer/songwriter, producer, activist, and restaurateur, but for his latest venture he presents his music in a whole new light. Together with Deutsche Grammophon, he is releasing an album of his best-known tracks in stunning new arrangements for classical instruments — featuring Moby himself and a stellar lineup of collaborators from across the musical spectrum.

    Always a daring and imaginative thinker, Moby’s first classical collaboration happened in October 2018, when he performed a selection of his songs alongside the LA Philharmonic with conductor and friend, Gustavo Dudamel. This was the inspiration for this current project, which features not only full orchestral versions but new electronic arrangements, as well as sophisticated smaller-scale acoustic interpretations.

    The 14-track album includes Moby classics such as “Porcelain,” “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?” and “Extreme Ways” in innovative new versions. Featuring eye-catching collaborations including Jim James (My Morning Jacket) on “Porcelain,” Gregory Porter and Amythyst Kiah on “Natural Blues,” and Kris Kristofferson with original vocalist Mark Lanegan on “The Lonely Night.” The album also features a cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes.”

    1. Everloving
    2. Natural Blues (Feat. Gregory Porter & Amythyst Kiah)
    3. Go
    4. Porcelain (Feat. Jim James)
    5. Extreme Ways
    6. Heroes (Feat. Mindy Jones)
    7. God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters (Feat. Víkingur Ólafsson)
    8. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (Feat. Apollo Jane & Deitrick Haddon)
    9. The Lonely Night (Feat. Mark Lanegan & Kris Kristofferson)
    10. We Are All Made Of Stars
    11. Lift Me Up
    12. The Great Escape (Feat. Nataly Dawn, Alice Skye & Luna Li)
    13. Almost Home (Feat. Novo Amor, Mindy Jones & Darlingside)
    14. The Last Day (Feat. Skylar Grey & Darlingside)

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    Abbey Lincoln – Abbey Is Blue

    180-gram vinyl

    Single sleeve tip-on jacket

    Abbey Is Blue is the fourth album by American jazz vocalist Abbey Lincoln, featuring tracks recorded in 1959 for Riverside Records. A breakout performance for the jazz legend — this album displays Lincoln perfectly poised between jazz for show and jazz with a purpose. The album features an all-star lineup that includes Kenny Dorham, Stanley Turrentine, Wynton Kelly, Sam Jones, Philly Joe Jones and Max Roach. 180G LP. Single Tip-On Jacket.

    Bobby Boswell, bass/double bass
    Kenny Dorham, trumpet
    Philly Joe Jones, drums
    Sam Jones, bass
    Wynton Kelly, piano
    Abbey Lincoln, vocals
    Julian Priester, trombone
    Max Roach, drums
    Les Spann, flute
    Stanley Turrentine, tenor sax
    Tommy Turrentine, trumpet
    Cedar Walton, piano
    Phil Wright, piano

    Side A
    1. Afro-Blue
    2. Lonely House
    3. Let Up
    4. Thursday’s Child
    5. Brother, Where Are You?

    Side B
    1. Laugh, Clown, Laugh
    2. Come Sunday
    3. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
    4. Lost In The Stars
    5. Long As You’re Living

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    180-gram vinyl pressed by Pallas in Germany

    Mastered by Bernie Grundman from the original analog tapes

    1998 Grammy Hall of Fame inductee

    “This 1960 recording was a landmark album in John Coltrane’s career, the first to introduce his quartet with himself, pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Steve Davis and drummer Elvin Jones, and the first release on which he played soprano saxophone. It also provided him with a signature hit, as his new group conception came together wonderfully on the title track. It’s an extended modal reworking in 6/4 time that brought the hypnotic pulsating quality of Indian music into jazz for the first time, with Coltrane’s soprano wailing over the oscillating piano chords and pulsing drums. The unusual up-tempo version of Gershwin’s ‘Summertime’is a heated example of Coltrane’s ‘sheets of sound’ approach to conventional changes, while ‘But Not for Me’ receives a radical harmonic makeover. This is an excellent introduction to Coltrane’s work.” — All Music Guide

    Side 1
    My Favorite Things

    Side 2
    Everytime We Say Goodbye

    Side 3

    Side 4
    But Not for Me

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