Various Artists - Percussion Direct


Label:

Groove Note

Genre:

Percussion

Product No.:
AGRN 1041
Availability:
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Category:

D2D Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 2
Note: 45 RPM 180 Gram

 

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The very first release from the new all-analogue, vinyl-only Groove Note Black label: Percussion Direct was cut direct-to-disc on the weekend of December 15 and 16, 2007. The album features a heavily percussion oriented program spread over four 45-RPM direct-to-disc sides with performances by Bill Cunliffe, Paulihno Da Costa, the Larry Karush Percussion Quartet, the Robin Cox Ensemble, Mark Ferber and Darek Oles. This LP set is packaged in a high-gloss deluxe gatefold jacket with top-quality inner sleeves.



Side A:
The Larry Karush Ensemble
1. 7 Cha Cha
Side B:
Bill Cunliffe & Paulihno Da Costa
2. Belinda
3. Improvisation #2
Side C:
The Robin Cox Ensemble
4. Square Feet
Side D:
The Larry Karush Ensemble
5. Song For The New City
6. Country

Customer Reviews (4.33 Stars) 3 person(s) rated this product.

Excellent

posted on 02/14/2010
5 Stars
Terrific album! Really detailed soundstage.


Welcome Addition

posted on 06/03/2009
5 Stars
Reviewer: Kevin
Very nice stuff, quite interesting and enjoyable. There is a lot of variety on these disks. Most of the mic placement is close to the instruments, so you get a "you are there" perspective. I didn't have quite the surface noise of the 1st reviewer, just an occasional tick. I would recommend cleaning the disks before playing. Bottom line, this is a welcome addition to the vinyl world and a disk any audiophile and music lover should have in their collection.


Surface noise

posted on 08/08/2008
3 Stars
Reviewer: BRANDONH
Good music and fun to listen to very realistic and detailed and would be really amazing if it were not for the surface noise. Which is shame because that's the whole reason for D2D. Whats the point other than the for sheer dynamics of D2D if the vinyl is noisy. All the aspects are there for an amazing record its 180g (though I don't think its virgin vinyl) 45 rpm direct to disc and a Bernie Grundman was involved all the right stuff on a noisy vinyl so I can only give it 3 stars for that


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