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Geoch: If I may, neither conclusive nor comprehensive but in the genre and for consideration in the "most necessary" category:
Also from "Court & Spark": "Car On A Hill". First track, side two. Sibilance. Alignment.
"Incident at Neshabur": Santanas' "Abraxas". Sustained guitar note 1 1/2 minutes in, last track, side one. IGD is immediately evident. Alignment.
Susanne Vegas' "Solitude Standing", title "Inbound/Fancy Poultry". A DMM pressing, Vegas' initial consonants concident with a strong bass note and a strike of the kick pedal can launch a stylus from the groove. VTF probably needs attention.
A few favorite evaluation (and listening!) LPs:
Beethoven Middle Quartets, Quartet Italiano, Philips
Respighi: Ancient Airs and Dances, Karajan, DGG
Vivaldi: Concerti for Violin, Grumiaux, Dresden State Orchestra, Negri, Philips
Reger: Sonatas for Unaccompanied Violin, Op. 91, Bress, Dover
Britten, Suites for Solo Cello, Rostropovich, London