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Solo falta el humo del tabaco y la tenue luz del garito para sentirte en directo.
Great recording of music that will lift your spirits. I don’t get tired of listening and find that it puts a smile on my face. Impeccable playing and recording.
The big band at it's best. Not only the music is truly enjoyable but the recording is impressive and make you feel on the stage surrounded by the musicians. Extremely dynamic and with a full spectrum of frequencies, this is truly a WOW recording!
Rich, spacious sound. Very enjoyable!
I was recently reading a review of some audio hardware I was considering purchasing, and the DSD256 album “Cootie Williams in Stereo” was mentioned as being particularly well-recorded. My curiosity piqued, I found this album on HDTT. It’s always fun when one’s expectations are exceeded—it’s hard to describe the elation felt during the first playback on my system! Not only is the recording and imaging top-notch, the music is just plain fun. Highly recommended!
Title: Cootie Williams in Stereo
Artist(s): Trumpet – Cootie Williams
Arranged By – Bill Stegmeyer
Bass – Eddie Safranski
Drums – Don Lamond,Osie Johnson
Guitar – Barry Galbraith, George Barnes, Tony Mottola
Piano – Hank Jones, Henry Rowland, Lou Stein
Saxophone – Boomie Richman, Al Klink, Elwyn Fraser,
Nick Caizza, Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque, Stanley Webb
Trombone – Billy Byers, Bobby Byrne, Lou McGarity, Dick Hixon
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2-Track Tape
Producer: Fred Reynolds / Engineer: John Norman
Date of Recording: March 1958
Venue: Webster Hall, New York
1 Just In Time 3:28
2 Summit Ridge Drive 3:18
3 Nevertheless, I'm In Love With You 3:40
4 On The Street Where You Live 3:17
5 I'll See You In My Dreams 3:19
6 Contrasts 2:53
7 Caravan 3:40
8 If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight 2:37
9 Air Mail Special 3:13
10 My Old Flame 3:41
11 Swingin' Down The Lane 3:24
12 New Concerto For Cootie 3:02
Total Time: 39:32
"This one has my very highest recommendation. It's a true reference-standard recording for jazz lovers and audiophiles everywhere…and real reference standards are a lot rarer than you might think." David Robinson Positive Feedback