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Dave Brubeck Quartet-Time Out Full Album Zip

To me, the SACDs and the 24-176.4 all sound manipulated to boost the presence region and the highs. They do have more zip. The cymbals are more forward in the mix on "Blue Rondo a la Turk" than in the HDTT DSD256. But to my ears and for my listening priorities, the instruments in those other reissues don't sound natural. The sound bright, and hard, and flat. They don't have anywhere near that wonderfully relaxed natural sound, that sound of real instruments being played in a real space, that the HDTT DSD256 captures from the tape and presents to us. So, be forewarned. With this album we are not all going to agree.

Dave Brubeck Quartet-Time Out Full Album Zip

But, listening yet again this morning, I doubt that I'll ever listen again to the SACDs or the 24-176.4 now that I have this delightfully real-sounding DSD256 transfer from HDTT and its very special analog sound. It will be my "go to" digital version of this album. As one experienced listener commented about the DSD256 release: "I liked the SACD(s), but this sounds much more real."

The 45rpm record, A&B side, released in 1959. I've never heard the single, but I've read it was from an alternate take and sounds a little different than the take chosen for release on the full Time Out album. 350c69d7ab


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