Craig Armstrong ‎– Sun on You

Etichetta:
Decca ‎– 6749260
Formato:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Turquoise Translucent
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A1 Sun On You
A2 If You Should Fall
A3 Restart
A4 Marelle
A5 Mono
A6 Shifted
A7 Somewhere
A8 Alti
A9 For Emma
B10 Half Light
B11 Sleep
B12 Hanami
B13 Ondine
B14 Soft Patterns
B15 In A Remote Place

Società, ecc.

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Note

"Music for piano and strings
Scottish Ensemble"

A Decca Records release: ℗ & © 2018 Universal Music Operations Limited.

Released in a sturdy gatefold cover. Inner spread is unprinted. Translucent turquoise / aquamarine vinyl comes in printed full colour glossy inner sleeve.

Continuous track-numbering on release.

Track A6 recorded at Gorbals Sound Studios, Glasgow.
Tracks A7, B10, B12, B15 recorded and mixed at Air Studios, London, UK.

All tracks published by Chester Music Ltd. except track A6; Copyright Control Craig Armstrong © 2018 Universal Music Operations Ltd.

Front cover image: "Le Secret" Auguste Rodin S.1000 Marbre H. 89 cm; L. 49,7 cm; P. 40,7 cm Paris, Musée Rodin

Codice a barre e altri identificatori

  • Barcode (Text): 6 02567 49260 3
  • Barcode: 602567492603
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped): 6749260--A 172460E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped): 674 9260-B 172460E2/A2
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: SRDM

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HarryHard

HarryHard

26 aprile 2019
I have owned and listened to a few copies of this pressing (translucent turquoise) and every single one has exhibited crackly distortion throughout all of side B, at times making it un-listenable. AFAIK it was recalled by Decca quickly after release however copies are still in circulation, I don't know whether this was a problem with every copy pressed. However I have just unsealed a new copy today, played on a different deck to previous copies I have owned (Technics SL1200GR with a new Nagaoka MP-110 cart), and it also suffers from the same issue.

A re-press is due out in May 2019 which I presume resolves this issue.