Sam Records Jazz reissues

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Giacomo Belbo, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. Giacomo Belbo

    Giacomo Belbo Journalist for Rolling Stone 1976-1979 Thread Starter

    [​IMG] Small French label reissuing special Jazz recordings, high quality, all analogue signal path. Last year's Monk's "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" is a landmark. Everything in their catalogue is worth having pretty much.

    http://www.samrecords.fr/home/
     
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  2. Trevor_Bartram

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    There's another thread on Sam Records and Fred, the owner, often posts!
     
  3. Giacomo Belbo

    Giacomo Belbo Journalist for Rolling Stone 1976-1979 Thread Starter

    Sorry didn't know and I did search before posting!
     
  4. Trevor_Bartram

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    No problem, just letting you know!
     
  5. Giacomo Belbo

    Giacomo Belbo Journalist for Rolling Stone 1976-1979 Thread Starter

    I have to correct myself here and note that it's not an all-analogue signal path necessarily, having said that the sound quality and the effort it's there, it's an excellent quality Record label.
     
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    Giacomo Belbo Journalist for Rolling Stone 1976-1979 Thread Starter

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  8. Tommyboy

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    I have both. The Analogue Productions version sounds better. It’s more dynamic sounding. It was mastered by Kevin Gray.
     
  9. Giacomo Belbo

    Giacomo Belbo Journalist for Rolling Stone 1976-1979 Thread Starter

    But it hasn't been released yet!
     
  10. Tommyboy

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    It was released in the States 2 weeks ago!!!
     
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  11. Giacomo Belbo

    Giacomo Belbo Journalist for Rolling Stone 1976-1979 Thread Starter

    Great, thanks for this!
     

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