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|1||Everybody Loves My Baby||3:40|
|2||I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate||4:53|
|3||I Found A New Baby||4:45|
|5||Cake Walkin' Babies From Home||4:20|
|6||Of All The Wrongs You've Done To Me||3:33|
|7||Are They Pickin' On Your Baby||4:28|
|8||Mandy, Make Up Your Mind||4:22|
|10||I'm A Little Blackbird
Vocals – Margaretha Thalén
- Arranged By – Bent Persson
- Banjo – Göran Stachewsky
- Bass – Lennart Bohm
- Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Andreas Heymowski
- Engineer – Carl-Gunnar Franzén
- Engineer, Mastered By – Jan-Eric Persson
- Mastered By – Thomas Eberger
- Photography – Kjell Malmberg, AV-Utveckling
- Piano – Hans Hultman-Boye
- Producer – Gösta Hägglöf
- Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet – Tomas Örnberg
- Trombone – Jens "Jesse" Lindgren
- Trumpet – Bent Persson
- Vocals – Eva Taylor
Microphones: Neumann U-87, Neumann KMS-85, Neumann KM-84 and Shure SM-76
Analogue Tape Recorder: Sony TC-756 (Modified)
Tape: Ampex 9472 (Grand Master)
Digital Mastering Transfer: Genex 8500 and converters from EMM Labs. Inc.
A few words about the recording:
The Pawnshop (Stampen) in Stockholm is a relatively small Jazz/Blues club in Stockholm and when filled to capacity as it was for Eva Taylor's wonderful performance the natural reverberation is virtually non-existent. Because the main artist is a vocalist a PA system is required in order that the performer can "reach" the audience. Unfortunately this produces an undesirable short delayed echo through leakage into the microphones for the horns etc. which is impossible to avoid in a live recording. The slight "puff" sounds which may be noticed on Eva's vocals are the results of this but are the price you pay for the pleasure of a live performance.
MULTI-CHANNEL INFORMATION - 4.1:
All frequencies below 60 Hz (24dB/octave) from the front channels is allocated to the LFE and all above to the left and right front channels.
As an advice to owners of an active sub-woofer, please set the crossover adjustment well above 60 Hz so as not to affect the matching with the front channels.
The center channel has not been utilized on this disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
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