Acoustic Sounds Series


Nina Simone - Ne Me Quitte Pas - I Put A Spell On You
https://youtu.be/i9nEetFltR4

Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson - Let's Fall In Love
https://youtu.be/bKMx_93RxmU

John Coltrane Quartet - Say It (Over And Over Again) ‎– Ballads
https://youtu.be/KwQAE88IZe8

Stan Getz / Joao Gilberto - The Girl From Ipanema
https://youtu.be/zGL9aFhoRW8
alexberger
Another one video:
Louis Armstrong Meets Oscar Peterson - That Old Feeling
https://youtu.be/o1E3bBFFXRM
I wish I could find my copy of the Coltrane/“Ballads” LP. It’s out there somewhere in my collection.
I've purchased almost my entire collection from Acoustic Sounds whether it be from the vinyl vault or from their QRP selection. I just hit 500 last week, in three years. I love Acoustic Sounds and their Quality Records Pressings! The big box arrived today, 12 more beauties to listen to this weekend. Doors, Lynard Skynard, Classical, whatever, it's quality from Acoustics. 
Rhino offered up the Atlantic mono Coltrane. I have Giant Steps and can say my mono cartridge tracks it perfectly.

https://www.rhino.com/product/the-atlantic-years-in-mono


Yeah I have Getz/Gilberto, Ballads (also original) and A Love Supreme. They are pretty wonderful.
Analogue Productions has been reissuing many of the RCA Living Stereo titles. I have a hybrid SACD of Scheherazade and it’s down right fantastic given that it was recorded in the late 1950’s.
Now, titles from that RCA series and some of the DECCA classical recordings are available as DSD downloads at the Acoustic Sounds website. I hope Acoustic Sounds continues to expand their endeavors regarding classical music. 
Analogue Productions has been reissuing many of the RCA Living Stereo titles. I have a hybrid SACD of Scheherazade and it’s down right fantastic given that it was recorded in the late 1950’s.
I have hybrid SACD of Scheherazade and listen it on CD. I don't have SACD player.
It sounds great:
https://youtu.be/trdFb6zO9OA

I hope they will do more classical music reissue on vinyl.

Most of late 1950 classical records were recorded very well because they used simple 2-3 microphone technique and relatively simple tube equipment. The problem was a proper microphone placement and good hall acoustics.
Later records from end of 1960x used multi microphone technique, sophisticated transistor equipment and Dolby tape recorders. Signal pass became longer in number of times. As result microdynamics was killed and tone of instruments became more artificial. The music hаll atmosphere is more artificial too. 
Regards,
Alex 
Alex, these were all three track recordings and they most likely used Neumann or Telefunken’s. However, to my ears, the sound of these Analogue Production remasters are a dramatic improvement to the original vinyl. I’ve yet to hear the Analogue Production vinyl.
All the QRP Doors are excellent. 
Listening to the Hendrix QRP presses. Wow!
@alexberger I hear you about the classic brother, is D2D too much to ask?

@knollbrent will look into
the QRP thanks
Listening to digital today, jazz at the pawnshop 24 bit

My digital is very good and silent, I am hearing the waiters gathering glasses and such
i like their doors reissues.  very well done.
Huge classical QRP selection. If there's ever an issue with any of their presses, easy return. Although, 500 now and no problems. Always quiet. 
@luisma31 glad your enjoying your digital end. I love mine too. Just removed it do to all the wiring and I never use it but still love it, sounds excellent. I'd love  to access Acoustics digital library!
@Alexberger I've got all your selections and they're so good!
Clifford Brown And Max Roach ‎– Study In Brown - "Cherokee" 
https://youtu.be/03YQJG7okRA

Peggy Lee ‎– Black Coffee 
https://youtu.be/AIKIKHnFYA8

George Russell And His Orchestra ‎– New York, N.Y. - "Manhattan" 
https://youtu.be/0zbgT4Ju2v4
Sarah Vaughan "Lullaby Of Birdland" - Acoustic Sounds Series
https://youtu.be/vYoJskI9D54
Sarah Vaughan "April In Paris" - Acoustic Sounds Series
https://youtu.be/4zSM8Gr-sHM