Thank you for submitting a review!
Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!
I will second Andreas' comment about the slightly recessed soundstage but I think it is because of the producers choice of left and right pan with the occasional center instrument. I like soundstage quite a bit ( I use open baffle speakers) but that being said please don't let that put you off of this album. The tone and timbre are wonderful on this recording. The feeling of the tunes is brought out by the recording and this makes appreciating the music that much easier. Very tasteful if you are in the right frame of mind. Certainly a mellow type of album but I enjoy that feeling immensely especially in the evenings. IMO, well worth the price as usual from HDTT. I purchased the DSD128 download.
Night Lights is truly a masterwork, both in the audio quality and the musicianship. This is fast becoming one of my favorite albums. It sounds spectacular, as the HDTT always do, but especially so on this release. Highly recommended.
Title: Night Lights
Artist(s): Arranged By – Gerry Mulligan
Baritone Saxophone – Gerry Mulligan
Bass – Bill Crow
Drums – Dave Bailey
Flugelhorn – Art Farmer
Guitar – Jim Hall
Piano – Gerry Mulligan
Trombone – Bob Brookmeyer
Trumpet – Art Farmer
Recording Info: Recorded September, 1963 at Nola Penthouse Studios, N.Y.C. with Tommy Nola at the engineering controls
Transferred from a 15ips tape direct to DSD256
1 Night Lights 4:50
2 Morning Of The Carnival From " Black Orpheus " 5:24
3 Wee Small Hours 5:34
4 Prelude In E Minor 4:12
5 Festive Minor 6:44
6 Tell Me When 4:04
Total Time: 30:48