Natalie Merchant - Tigerlily


Label:

Mobile Fidelity

Genre:

Female Vocalists

Product No.:
AMOB 45008
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

45 RPM Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM  

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$49.98

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True to its title, Tigerlily balance fierceness and delicacy, creating a rare span of emotional territory. Listening to Tigerlily, a distinct songwriter's voice emerges, one which possesses strength and vulnerability. The lyrics are personal, the arrangements stark and sparse. Tigerlily was engineered by John Holbrook, who has worked with The Band, Peter Tosh, and the Isley Brothers.

1. San Andreas Fault
2. Wonder
3. Beloved Wife
4. River
5. Carnival
6. I May Know the Word
7. The Letter
8. Cowboy Romance
9. Jealousy
10. Where I Go
11. Seven Years

Customer Reviews (3.00 Stars) 7 person(s) rated this product.

MoFi Messed This One Up!

posted on 01/29/2016
2 Stars
One of my favorite albums. Owned the Redbook CD which sounded amazing. Thought getting the MoFi vinyl re-issue would be a step-up from the CD. Wrong!! Very disappointed. MoFi blew it on this one. The recording is too polite & they messed up the bottom end. What a waste. Not recommended at the $50.00 price.


i actually prefer the CD

posted on 08/11/2011
2 Stars
That rating is for comparably priced 45 remasters. Vocals are too recessed and imaging flat. Certainly not audiophile quality. Disappointed- I like her music.


dont know what hes talking about

posted on 09/18/2010
5 Stars
Reviewer: Bryan
my edition of this album sounds excellent. i not only listened to it at home but also listened to it at a dealer as well on a linn sondek and then on a clearaudio avant garde turntable and it was - well wow - and we both agreed!

my beloved wife is really good in the 45 rpm version. wish someone would do the same with the "ophelia" album.


WHAT A WASTE

posted on 07/27/2007
1 Stars
Reviewer: Leonard
THIS PIECE OF CRAP MADE ME THINK MY TUBES WERE BAD AND REALIZED IT WAS JUST THE LATEST SUB RE-MASTERING job BY MFSL... I will stick with my cassette of this album. All the great mixing of Jim Scott was flushed down the toilet for this hollow hissing and popping sounding LP, that was previously a very MUSICAL LP. Someone pull the candy corn out of the mastering engineer's ears and stop dropping cracker jacks into the vinyl during pressing. Thank goodness I have the DVD-A copy of this LP. I just wasted my hard-earned money.

PS Very dumpy drum sound and flat vocal mix, was this mastered in an outhouse?


Incredible

posted on 06/09/2007
5 Stars
Reviewer: Joe
The headline describes Tigerlily and the mastering of this LP. I've waited a long time for this LP and it was well worth the wait. I had to buy two, destined to become a collectors item.


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