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Various Artists - Jazz At The Pawnshop

 (Limited Numbered One-Step on 4 x 45RPM Discs )


Label:

AudioNautes Recordings

Genre:

Jazz

Product No.:
AANR 2202
UPC: 796519950409
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

45 RPM Vinyl Record


No. of Discs: 4
Note: 180 Gram
New Arrival

45 RPM

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Limited edition 180-gram 4LP 45 RPM numbered box set

One-step plating for superior sound

Pressed at Optimal in Germany

All lacquer cuts by Scott Hull at Masterdisk

AudioNautes proudly offers this one-step limited edition version of Jazz At The Pawnshop, featuring the program as a 4LP 45 RPM recording. One of the most famous audiophile cult recordings, Jazz at the Pawnshop is widely regarded as a reference recording, one of the most natural-sounding live jazz reproductions of all time.

Jazz At The Pawnshop originated with recording engineer Gert Palmcrantz, who was loading his car with recording equipment outside Europa Film Studios in Stockholm, Sweden on December 6, 1976. No one really knew then that it was to become a cult recording among audiophiles and one of the most famous and respected jazz recordings ever made.

 



Side A
Prologue
Limehouse Blues
High Life reprise (cut)

Side B
I'm Confessing
High Life

Side C
Struttin With Some Barbeq
Jeep's Blues

Side D
Stuffy

Side E
Lady Be Good

Side F
Here Is That Rainy Day
Barbados

Side G
How High The Moon

Side H
Take Five
Everything Happens To Me
Epilogue

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 3 person(s) rated this product.

Best Ever?

posted on 06/22/2024
5 Stars
Reviewer: Tubey Maguire
I already owned several versions of this album, but when I saw that this was going to be available as a One Step 45rpm version, I knew I'd probably need to try this out. Regardless of your opinion of the music (I happen to love the performances of these classic songs), there is absolutely no denying that the recording itself is a stereo masterpiece. This newest version from AudioNautes is the best it has ever sounded and is easily one of the best sounding records I've ever heard. The drums and cymbals are so real sounding. The sound stage of the piano and vibes is wide and the stereo imaging is PERFECT. The numbered box and packaging is lovely as well. If you are a fan of this album or are looking for a record to show off your system, you need this.


A live experience.

posted on 06/19/2024
5 Stars
Reviewer: Martin
I received my copy in perfect condition, and it sounds amazing. Perfectly flat records and you really feel like you were there at Jazzclub Stampen ( The Pawnshop ) that December evening in 1976. The box itself looks nice, but not UHQR standard. I doubt it will stand time well, but it looks good now.


Jazz at the Pawnshop AudioNautes 1-STEP -- Auditory Ambrosia

posted on 06/06/2024
5 Stars
Reviewer: Stephen Norvell
Four discs are immaculate, not a single tic or pop on the eight sides. Labels are perfectly centered. Vinyl is absolutely quiet. One hears the distinct separation of the instruments, as well as the palpable excitement of the audience. Sonics provide an appreciable improvement over the recent 2XHD 33 1/3 edition, in which the horns and drums are more forward, while the piano and vibes recede during the group passages. AudioNautes 45rpm edition balances the five instruments, more effectively presenting the music as an ensemble effort. -- Downside is the unsturdy exterior design, which is unlikely to withstand the test of time in remaining free of dings and dents. In contrast to the exemplary housing of the AP UHQRs and Impex 1-Steps, the dedication to the exterior housing simply does not reflect the same level of devotion to the meticulous crafting of the vinyl. Nevertheless, it's all about the sound. Only 989 pressings. You'll be thrilled to have one!


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