I agree with you entirely on the Doug Macleod, a reference recording indeed. Absolutely spectacular sound and playing.
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1; En Azul , Witmer Trio http://http//www.soundliaison.com/
2; Ysaye , Frederieke Saeijs http://http//www.linnrecords.com/recording-ysaye-op27.aspx
3; Touch and Flee, Neil Cowley 3 http://https//www.naimaudio.com/naim-label
Two fantastic recordings and relatively new artists introducing their first Albums in 2015.
Kasia Lins - "Take my Tears" - Linn Records - Wonderful new Jazz/Soul Singer. I have always felt that the best recordings can be found at Blue Coast Records and Linn Records.
***Here is one that is being offered by B&W Society of Sound.
The Lake Poets - Free 24bit album - B&W Society of Sound
The closest comparison would be perhaps a combination of Paul Simon and Jake Bugg.
Both are recorded and mastered exceptionally well....for me...two of the best new artists to enter the fray.
Finally, Keith Greeninger & Dayan Kai - "Make It Rain" - Linn Records. Awesome SQ and wonderful music.