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Love Supreme - Various - Dance Now! 10 (CD)

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  1. A Love Supreme: Studio and Live versions including some alternative takes. Disc One and Disc Two (tracks 6 to 9) recorded December at Van Gelder Recording Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey Disc Two (tracks 1 to 5) recorded July at the Festival Mondial du Jazz Antibes, Juan-les-Pins, France, with the John Coltrane Quartet/5(55).
  2. Jan 08,  · I have the old SACD onle version, the Kevin Reeves CD and this new Kevin Gray hybrid. Beginning at the very beginning, this new AP SACD almost buries the opening gong so low that it is hard to hear. The other versions of A LOVE SUPREME that I have, the opening gong is prominent and clear, but with this new version it is muffeled.
  3. Mar 02,  · There is a single disc version with this mastering, it's a Verve Classics CD from (red spine). The Deluxe sounds really bad, horrifying EQ and lots of compression. The previous CD from impulse (20 bit SBM by Erick Labson) shares the exact same mastering used in the Japanese Gold CD mini LP. The sound is OK, much better than the Deluxe.
  4. After recording his landmark album A Love Supreme in , John Coltrane only played it in concert on one occasion, during the Antibes Jazz Festival. The version of this European radio broadcast heard on this Black Label CD is obsolete for several reasons. First of all, it is edited compared to other versions issued on various bootleg labels and it also has no additional bonus material.
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  6. United Kingdom and Ireland. The first Now That's What I Call Music!UK edition to be released on compact disc was Now That's What I Call Music! 4 in abridged single-CD format, with full double-disc CD releases starting with Now That's What I Call Music! Phonograph record production ended with Now That's What I Call Music! 35 and audio cassettes ended with Now That's What I Call Music!

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