Ryo Fukui ‎– Scenery

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A1 It Could Happen To You
Written-By – J. Van Heusen*
A2 I Want To Talk About You
Written-By – B. Eckstine*
A3 Early Summer
Written-By – H. Ichikawa*
B1 Willow Weep For Me
Written-By – A. Ronell*
B2 Autumn Leaves
Written-By – J. Kosma*
B3 Scenery
Written-By – R. Fukui*

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  • Barcode (Sticker barcode on outside packaging): 4260544825095

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PA-7148 Ryo Fukui Scenery(LP, Album) Nadja PA-7148 Japan 1976 Sell This Version
SOLID-1023 福居良* Scenery(LP, Album, RE, RM) Nadja, Solid Records (6), Ultra-Vybe SOLID-1023 Japan 2017 Sell This Version
ARTD5540 Ryo Fukui Scenery(LP, Album, RE) Nadja, Trio Records ARTD5540 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
WRJ001CD Ryo Fukui Scenery(CD, Album, RE, RM) We Release Jazz WRJ001CD Switzerland 2018 Sell This Version
PA-WRJ1 Ryo Fukui Scenery(LP, Album, TP, Hal) We Release Jazz PA-WRJ1 Switzerland 2018 Sell This Version

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andorub

andorub

April 26, 2020

It seems I was lucky enough to get a good copy of this reissue, had no problems with it. Although I will add that mine also came in slightly warped, the most affected track would be the first one on the B side, though it has no effect on the audio, the only thing noticeable is a slight warble in the oscilloscope in the quieter passages. There's also some background noise in the silent passages between the songs (I'm not talking about the tape hiss that's present in the quieter passages, that's present in the original recordings, as well as the japanese remasters). Other than that, this reissue is immaculate, also compared to the japanese remaster (CDSOL-1418), this has a more generous DR rating (12 vs 8), which you can definitely notice, and I can definitely appreciate!
soukous25

soukous25

March 25, 2020

apprently there is a lot bad copies of this album, mine was such and its highly distored with background noise... blame the label, no quality control.
OndeSonic

OndeSonic

February 3, 2020
This pressing is absolutely amazing, nothing to add. it's a must have
gamexdani

gamexdani

November 6, 2019
edited 8 months ago

Hey, the album is a sure 5 stars, but please do not buy this pressing. It is a lot more distorted and crunchy than the other ones, if you REALLY want this record, do not buy this edition, the CD version and the 180g version are overall extremely better when compared to this one.

EDIT: I got a bad copy, a normal copy sounds amazing.
brown007

brown007

April 10, 2019
Yes, it's true. The quality of this record is outstanding, highly recommended!
ThunderingMantis

ThunderingMantis

February 12, 2019
Everything that everyone is saying about the sound quality... it's true. Despite all the hype I'd read surrounding this reissue, I was still blown away by how good it sounds. It honestly sounds like you are in the same room as the band at times. Thoroughly impressed. I skipped on the 180g for this version and so can't compare the two, but have read they sound the same. My copy is a tiny bit warped, but doesn't affect playback
Xikoftw

Xikoftw

February 8, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

This pressing is 140gr (vs 2nd pressing = 180gr). No Obi Strip and normal cover (thinner). Sound wise, it has the same exact technical specifications as the cosmetically superior version. In other words, if you pay a bit more you have the same record but with nicer looks. Your choice.
In terms of sound quality, they are both musically mind-blowing. You cannot get much better than this. Buy with uncompromised confidence.
SungsTongs

SungsTongs

November 6, 2018
Is this a new pressing w/out the Obi strip? I ordered a copy from Amoeba's site and got one without the Obi.