Only Available in the USA. This is a genuine classic and the sound quality is impressive. I have it in bit Khz and this version feels so much alive. I never write reviews. Listening to the DSD for the first time was like taking a blanket off of my system. View other items by Dave Brubeck Quartet. Send to a Friend. Print this Page. Thriller Michael Jackson. Click Here!
Every album collection needs a copy. Why definitive? The dead-quiet double-LP, with the music spread over four sides of vinyl, reduces distortion and high frequency loss as the wider-spaced grooves let your stereo cartridge track more accurately.
But it's more than just the vinyl that makes this release so special. For the first time in its history, Time Out is presented here packaged in a deluxe gatefold jacket. Inside are eight fantastic black and white images shot during the recording session at Columbia's famous 30th Street Studios. It's produced for us by Stoughton Printing featuring a printed wrap mounted to a heavyweight chipboard shell, producing an authentic "old school" look and feel.
This jacket is a beauty! Never has Time Out's colorful iconic cover art looked so vibrant. The record label's sales executives didn't want a painting on the cover when Time Out debuted in on Columbia Records, Brubeck told an interviewer. An entire album of originals?
That wouldn't work either, he was told. Out of Print. Direct to disc. Creation Date Availability Backordered. Format Vinyl.
Release Date Genre : Jazz. Label : Scorpio. Format : 33RPM , Size : 12". This album sounds so good that I am amazed at the state of the art that was achievable in when it was recorded. Truly a 'desert island' recording! All the instruments come through so clear, that it sounds as if the musicians are playing live in your living room. Great job by everyone involved with this reissue. Top Sellers. We Accept.
The sound is so good, that it bring you back in time, to that venue. Wonderful mastering and perfect pressing. Time Out is one of my all-time favorite jazz albums and Analogue Productions did a wonderful job on this album.
I must have half a dozen copies of this album, going to back to a Columbia two-eye no six-eye unfortunately but this one has got to be the reference going forward. I got this on a lark because although I rarely listen to jazz, my only other copy is a cassette I made in the s and I thought the album deserved to be heard in a better format. I just finished listening to this masterpiece and am blown away by the finished product. If your any sort of a jazz fan athis must be in your collection.
I thought my Classic Records version was great until I heard this one. I have an original pressing of Time Out, but parts of it were scratched up because I bought it used, so I did what any audiophile would do.
This is a very good recording. I have the first pressing of the original Mono and also the first pressing of the original Stereo of this album. Sometimes a surge of inspiration finds the principles reinterpreted in head-spinning new ways, but the ethic remains the same.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Add links.Reviews on vinyl forums are not the most favorable to Vinyl Lovers, a Russian company, and it doesn't seem like there's any way to know which copy you'll receive. To make matters more confusing, there are two different amazon pages for Time Out, this one currently priced at $18 and another at $/5(1).