Daniel Schmidt* And The Berkeley Gamelan* ‎– In My Arms, Many Flowers

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Recital (2) ‎– Recital Seventeen
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Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Repress
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2018 Third and Final Edition of 1000 pc.incl. 9"x9" 12-page booklet.

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Promofox23

Promofox23

June 2, 2019
Just thought I’d comment that I played mine last night after it’s been in storage for 6 months. It was an absolute dream to listen to with barely a whisper of surface noise and not one tiny pop (which is usually just trapped static on new records in my experience) Simply staggering and beautiful record. Third recital release I’ve owned and they’re all wonderful pressings.
clodgrumble

clodgrumble

November 23, 2018
edited 6 months ago
Mine came with two identical booklets, hit me up if yours is missing.
kuvainraastaja

kuvainraastaja

November 12, 2018
There's maybe two audible pops on my record. If a thing like that prevents you from enjoying the music, you should probably listen to cd's.
sunshower

sunshower

September 11, 2018

Great album and I'm glad they've repressed it. About the sound quality, I really don't know why some people are complaining about the pressing. I've got the cd and this 2018 vinyl version. There's hardly no difference between them, besides, of course, you can hear one is pressed on vinyl. There are some background noises, some few crackles, like any other record. Maybe I even prefer listening to the vinyl version more than the 'clean' cd version. Those little background noises brings this music even more to life and gives it that extra magic touch.
Maybe I've got the golden ticket, and got the only pressing of the 1000 that sounds good, but I doubt it. Oh, and I've got two copies of them.

TerrestrialTones

TerrestrialTones

September 10, 2018
Probably one of the top three worst sounding pressings in my 1,500 LP collection. I’m actually going to return this LP to my point of purchase which is something I’ve never done in 20+ years of collecting. It’s that bad.

Just to be clear, I’ve cleaned this multiple times on a Clearaudio Smart Matrix cleaner and treated it with antistatic products. I’ve also demoed this on multiple stereos including about a $20,000 set up. The problem isn’t me or my equipment.
Rob_Etch

Rob_Etch

September 1, 2018
edited 9 months ago
Really crackly, looks like cheap recycled vinyl too. Unlistenably bad. Sadly typical story for modern record pressing.
Bravington

Bravington

August 20, 2018
Was really looking forward to getting this but just played it and it sounds terrible. Prominent crackle throughout both sides. Hope mine’s just at fault and I got unlucky.
Not a pleasant listen