Warne Marsh - Jazz Of Two Cities (Mono Version) [LP] (200 Gram Audioph - UrbanVinylStore

Warne Marsh - Jazz Of Two Cities (Mono Version) [LP] (200 Gram Audiophile Vinyl)

Warne Marsh and Ted Brown playing tenor Saxes are joined by Ronnie Ball on piano, Ben Tucker on bass and Jeff Morton on drums on this Classic Imperial Series reissue of ''Jazz of Two Cities''. The original full track mono master tape was used on Classic's ''all tube'' MONO cutting system (including MONO tape head, cutting amp and cutter head) at Bernie Grundman Mastering with Bernie ''Bebop'' Grundman doing the set-up and cutting. Pressed on Classic's own Quiex Super Vinyl Profile, tunes include ''Smog Eyes'', ''Ear Conditioning'', ''Lover Man'', ''Jazz of Two Cities'', ''Dixie's Dilemma'', ''Tschaikowsky's Opus #42'' and ''I Never Knew''. According to the liner notes : '' Since high fidelity includes a true reproduction of all sounds without discrimination or distortion, the original recording was done on an Ampex 300-C Magnetic Tape Recorder at 15 IPS using Scotch Tape. To effectively the full frequency spectrum Telefunken U-47M microphones were used.'' If that's not an audiophile endorsement then I don't know what is.....


1. Smog Eyes

2. Ear Conditioning

3. Lover Man

4. Quintessence

5. Jazz of Two Cities

6. Dixie's Dilemma

7. Tschaikovsky's Opus No. 42, Mt. 3

8. I Never Knew