Nat King Cole experts, tell me about "Every Time I Feel The Spirit" LP, 1959, amazing stereo sound!

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  1. MLutthans

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    (Reopened.)
     
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    "But that's a priceless Steinway..."
     
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  5. Steve Hoffman

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    Thanks. Overlooked album in the Cole Canon..
     
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    A minor point, but Ampex 350-3 (and/or 351-3)? I'm not aware of any 1/2" 350 transports from Ampex (just some that have subsequently been converted to use 1/2" tape). The 1/2" 3-track machines used in the '50s used 350 (or later 351) electronics, but 300 transports.

    There was apparently a *1/4"* 350-3 machine produced in limited quantities (custom only?), but that's a different beast.
     
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    Too many spirits the day I typed that.
     
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    You're not drunk if you can lay down on the floor without holding on, per drunky Dean.
     
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  9. Steve Hoffman

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    “What are all these people doing in my room?”
     
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