I picked up the 1992 Original Jazz Classics CD reissue of Sonny Stitt's Kaleidoscope (OJCCD-060-2) with some of his 1950-1952 Prestige recordings a few days ago. As has been said here many times, OJC reissues usually have good to excellent sound. Well, not this one. Apart from the last four vocal tracks the music is great, but the sound isn't. Now, recordings from those days are often not the best, but the sound on this one is as dead as can be. When I checked the booklet, I read to my horror that remastering engineer Kirk Felton had used the Sonic Solutions NoNoise System; the NoNoise logo even appears on the back insert and in the booklet (I hadn't seen it before I played the disc). This is the first time I've come across an OJC CD that was so heavily no-noised. It's also the first time I've seen the NoNoise logo on an OJC CD, and I own quite a few. My advice: if you don't like your music beaten to death, don't get this disc, even though most of the music is great.