Tape Project Albums > Waltz for Debby

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xcortes:
I also got the quantum view notice. Unfortunately yesterday I packed my deck to send it to Doc. :>(

mikel:
OK Steve, i get the hint. i will do my best to post my impressions of each tape on their own thread as time allows. i've listened to parts of all 7 releases on the Studer and they all sound wonderful......remarkable really.



--- Quote from: ironbut on October 21, 2008, 08:59:05 PM ---BTW A few of the other release specific forums here are a little,.. thread bare? It's been a little while since Doc started these so I'd like to remind everyone that these are meant to be a resource for subscribers who aren't getting every Tape Project release. If we say a little about each release (mini reviews) than it'll help those folks make decisions about the ones that they want to try. Think of it along the lines of those "owner impressions" that the online cable or gear manufacturers have on their sites. I usually read those when I'm considering buying something I haven't had a chance to listen to. Of course it's best for them to download it but I'm sure you'll agree, that can only give a pale idea of what the tape version will sound like.

Woo Hoo!!!!!
I can't friggin wait!

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ironbut:

--- Quote from: xcortes on October 21, 2008, 09:07:39 PM ---I also got the quantum view notice. Unfortunately yesterday I packed my deck to send it to Doc. :>(

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Sounds like it's time to give that BR20 a spin.

xcortes:

--- Quote ---Sounds like it's time to give that BR20 a spin.

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you bet!

TomR:
The guys above have said it all but here we go again - just listening to the tape for the first time and I too have known this recording for some time, but I have never heard it this. You get a coherent sense of 3 great musicians working together, not just the "Bill Evans Trio" - if anything, this tape clarifies what great musicians Motian and LaFaro were. The harmonic textures and melodic lines are there, but often hinted at more than overtly played, and the whole thing has a polyphonic quality to it that I had never noticed before. This is only the third tape I have heard thus far (001 and 002 are the others) but what a knock out.

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