Anne Bisson Blue Mind LP, is it all that we think?

Last night I had the Anne Bisson LP...'Blue Mind', on the platter. I have heard this piece on numerous occasions...the song 'September in Montreal' is played a LOT at shows and dealer's. On my system, I was immediately struck by how 'Digital' the piano sounded. There was clearly a slightly hard 'digital' overlay that was evident on all the tracks. To add to that, I thought the drumming was recorded a little 'remotely'...meaning in another section of the studio ( separate booth) to the rest of the band and like so many recent recordings, stitched together in the studio. While I like the LP, it wasn't anywhere near as impressive to me as the previous recording that I had on the platter....the 1958...YES- 1958! recording of 'Witches Brew' with Alex Gibson leading the New Symphony Orch of London on the shaded dog label...LSC 2225. Now on my system, this was truly a reference recording...the Anne Bisson recording....NOT so much. Kind of goes to show how much they knew about recording back in the day.
OMG, audiophile recordings. What drivel. If they play it at audiophile shows its typically crap. Why own a great system and not play great music? Pathetic is what it is.
I got her to autograph my copy. I actual bought the album for the music. Nice light jazz like Claire Martin. As she is Canadian, Ms Bisson is at TAVES, the Toronto audio show each year. I will get her other LP this year. Her stuff is often payed in the rooms run by the big Canadian hi fi companies like Moon, Oracle, Bryston, Totem etc.