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Art Farmer/Jim Hall - Big Blues Product No: AORM 2018-45
Available: InStock
Category: 45 RPM Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

Mesmerizing Music

5 Stars
Posted Monday, July 17, 2017 by Ankan Music of rare beauty, elegance and panache, at the same time soul- stirring and deeply moving. Just one listen to "A Child is Born" or the "Pavane" should convince one! Reportedly, even Jim Hall, well- known for not wanting to ever listen to his recordings, said that he liked this one. The effortlessness and ease with which the musicians serve up the grooves leaves one speechless. Unreserved five stars for the music. However, the sound (at least on this edition, which is all I have of this recording) is a tad veiled, and I could have done with a little more of higher end tizz and sparkle on Steve Gadd's cymbals. Also, the discs I got have slightly more occasional surface noise than I've been accustomed to recently, especially compared to the stellar pressings from Sterling Sound, but nothing that ever distracts from the music. So, maybe just four stars on the recording/remastering/pressing. Most highly recommended overall, though, simply for the wonderful music.


Freddie Hubbard - Straight Life Product No: AORM 46716
Available: InStock
Category: 180 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

Could do better

2 Stars
Posted Monday, December 19, 2016 by Anonymous This is a good quality pressing, having a clean crisp sound with no surface noise, which is the minimum you should expect from a premium audiophile vinyl. However, despite a few more pops and click there is more to be found in the groves of my forty-five-year-old original. The most unforgivable aspect of this reissue is the packaging. Crucial to the CTI ethos was the design of the beautiful gatefold covers. As with many of the early CTI records, this was originally designed by Bob Ciano with cover photographs by Pete Turner, not Chuck Stewart as stated on this reissue. Chuck Stewart was only responsible for liner photographs. In this offering it is packaged in a single sleeve with annoying barcode and unoriginal logos on the back. A rather unsatisfactory double sided facsimile of the liner is inserted in the sleeve, cutting the main photo of Freddie Hubbard and Herbie Hancock in half. To top it all no attempt has been made to reproduce the record labe


Carl Perkins - The Dance Album Of Carl Perkins Product No: AORM 2054
Available: InStock
Category: 140 / 150 Gram Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

Classic..

5 Stars
Posted Sunday, November 27, 2016 by Chris Excellent album.. Sounds clean and quiet.. Very impressed with the sound and pressing.. Cover art is also beautiful.. A great purchase for your rockin' collection..


Weather Report - Weather Report Product No: AORM 2004-45
Available: LimitedStock
Category: 45 RPM Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

The best this album can be?

4 Stars
Posted Friday, December 25, 2015 by Anonymous There is no question, this is a classic album worth owning. The pressing quality is exceptional, as one would expect for fifty bucks. There's detail in spades. Percussion instruments jump out of your speakers. To nit pick a little, what's missing is the "you are there" feeling. Instruments don't quite sound natural enough to convince you that the musicians are in the room with you. There's not much of a center image between the speakers, and the recording could use some warmth. That said, those qualities are probably on the original tapes. Despite some minor quibbles, this one will spend a lot of time on my table. The music and resolution are fantastic.


Dot Hacker - How's Your Process? (Work) Product No: AORM 47093
Available: LimitedStock
Category: Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

DH on LP

5 Stars
Posted Monday, December 7, 2015 by audiofan If you are into ambient dream-rock (sorry - it's the best I can describe this unique-sounding band) you'll find it beautifully presented on this LP. There is no indication where this title was pressed, and it appears to be standard 120-gram vinyl, but it was defect-free with dead-silent backgrounds and no surface noise. However, it may be closer to an EP than a LP - the six tracks barely total 31 minutes, but what's there sounds lush and involving.


Ornette Coleman - The Shape Of Jazz To Come Product No: AORM 1081-45
Available: BackOrdered
Category: 45 RPM Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

masterpiece with nice sound

5 Stars
Posted Thursday, February 28, 2013 by Anonymous better pressing than the 33 1/3 rpm version with the same mastering!


Johnny Hartman - I Just Dropped By To Say Hello Product No: AORM 027
Available: InStock
Category: 45 RPM Vinyl Record
Label: ORG Music

Original Impulse kill it!

2 Stars
Posted Sunday, June 20, 2010 by Anonymous Get an original black/orange Impulse and do your own shootout. This and Coltrane Ballads sonically are a step down from original pressing.



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