Interesting question. If the sound is better I would prefer 4 sides. If the sound is the same take a look at the Black Dub album, which is 3 sides, with the 4th embossed with a pattern. I am already one of your backers and wish you success with your Kickstarter project.
I like the music and hope more Audiogon readers sign up for this.
No afiliation with Jerome. Just putting this out there because I enjoyed his music.
You are receiving this message because you participated in the Kickstarter for pressing The Turn on vinyl. I have just put out a new record, Lean and I thought you might want to be informed.
Lean is a collective project with Simon Jermyn and Allison Miller. Simon, Allison and I have been playing together for three years and the album is a mix of our originals and some improvisations.
Jerome Sabbagh: tenor and soprano saxophones
Simon Jermyn: electric bass and effects
Allison Miller: drums, bike and effects
Lean was recorded at Bunker in New York in 96/24, mixed by Pete Rende and mastered by Nate Wood.
Lean is available as a CD and download on Bandcamp, where you can stream three songs. It is also available as a 96/24 hi resolution download on Acoustic Sounds.
I am really happy with this record and we are starting to get some reviews. The Irish Times described it as "fresh, fearless music", The Wire called it "strong", and Downbeat gave a nice review, as well as the New York City Jazz Record.
I hope you will consider listening to it!
I won’t be pressing vinyl for this record but I am starting to put together my next project, which I intend to record entirely analog and press to vinyl in 2017. I will keep you posted.
Thanks for your support!