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Bill is great as always. Cannonball shows a good deal of sensitivity
It’s transfer was as good sounding as the original to track. Excellent recording. Great performance
Cannonball +Evans = Jazz Greatness!
Two heavyweights provide a “blast from the past” that would be hard (if not impossible to equal today ... that sort of talent is VERY HARD to find!) The technical quality of the recording and the transfer are top notch. In my system with playback thru a Tascam DA-3000 driving Mark Levingston and Conrad Johnson components, the music coming out of my Apogee Centaurs is dazzling. A sense of multi-dimensionality puts you right in the room with Evans and Adderley. I have been involved in the production of audiophile jazz; been in the studio when the players were cookin’; know how it sounds “live” ... this is about as close as it gets.
These are amazingly beautiful melodies performed by brilliant musicians. Highest recording quality!
Great session, top flight band. Adderley is as smooth and liquid as is to be expected. Evans is more integral to the music than the small font used for his name in the cover art might suggest.
Adderley sounds great. Interesting group with a good song selection. Recommended.
Title: Know What I Mean?
Artist(s): Alto Saxophone – Julian "Cannonball" Adderley
Piano – Bill Evans
Bass – Percy Heath
Drums – Connie Kay
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2 track tape
Recorded by Riverside Records at Bell Sound Studios, New York City 1961
Engineer - Bill Stoddard
Producer - Orrin Keepnews
1 Waltz For Debby 5:07
2 Goodbye 6:12
3 Who Cares? 5:53
4 Venice 2:51
5 Toy 5:05
6 Elsa 5:51
7 Nancy (With The Laughing Face) 4:04
8 Know What I Mean? 4:51
Total Time: 39:54