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Yamamoto, Tsuyoshi Trio*Misty

Label:Impex Records – TBM-30-45, Three Blind Mice – TBM-30-45
Series:TBM Super-Cut Analogue Disk
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, 180g
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Soul-Jazz, Post Bop

Tracklist

A1Misty
Composed ByErroll Garner
7:13
B1Blues
Composed ByTsuyoshi Yamamoto
7:59
B2Yesterdays
Composed ByJ. Kern*, O Harbach*
6:09
C1Honey Suckle Rose
Composed ByA. Razaf*, T. Waller*
6:02
C2Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Composed ByJ. Kern*, O. Harbach*
6:00
D1I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Composed ByR. Rodgers, L. Hart*
6:12
D2Angels Eyes
Composed ByMatt Dennis
4:42
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Credits

Notes

Recorded August 7th 1974.

Pressed on premium HQ-180 super vinyl.

45 RPM Edition Mastered and Cut by Tohru Kotetsu at JVC Mastering Center. - This credit is partially incorrect as evidenced by "KPG@CA" in runout. Most likely jacket design was copied from Tsuyoshi Yamamoto Trio - Misty and the credit wasn't updated correctly to reflect changes to this edition.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): TBM 30-45-A KPG@CA 20087.1(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): TBM 30-45-B KPG@CA 20087.2(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched): TBM 30-45-C KPG@CA 20087.3(3)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched): TBM 30-45-D KPG@CA 20087.4(3)

Other Versions (5 of 28)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Misty (LP, Album)Three Blind MiceTBM-30Japan1974
New Submission
Misty (LP, Album, Test Pressing, White Label)Three Blind Mice, Three Blind Mice, Three Blind Micetbm·30, TBM-30, TBM0030Japan1974
New Submission
Misty (LP, Album, Reissue)Three Blind MiceTBM-2530Japan1977
New Submission
Misty (Reel-To-Reel, 15 ips, ¼", 2-Track Stereo, 10.5" NAB Reel, Numbered, Special Edition, 200 copies Master Tape )Three Blind MiceUL38-0030Japan1977
New Submission
Misty (LP, Album, Reissue, Test Pressing)Three Blind MiceTBM-2530Japan1977

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Reviews

  • easyplateau's avatar
    easyplateau
    This may have just dethroned the AP John Lee Hooker - Serve You Right To Suffer as the best sounding record I have in my collection. Holy smokes. If it gets better than this, I don’t even wanna know!! Spinning this with a cart that isn’t even fully broken in yet, and it’s just crazy!
    • _glenlim's avatar
      _glenlim
      The piano really just shines and overall quality is perfection. Not much else can be said aside from it being a must-have in any record collector's collection.
      • muraks's avatar
        muraks
        Edited 11 months ago
        WOW. Jaw dropping. This sounds perfect. Separation of instruments, soundstage, pitch dark noise floor, everything sounds just like it's live in your listening space. The kick drum thump is just the right amount of bass. Glad I picked up these TBM reissues, some of the best sounding recordings I own even on a few first listens.
        • jozinic's avatar
          jozinic
          My copy is utterly perfect, in every way, presence, exciting, clarity beyond measure.
          • Andrewslattery's avatar
            These three blind mice reissues are next level. They're one step level sound. Some of the most realistic instruments I've ever heard. They're like sitting front row at a jazz club. Kevin Gray smashed the pants off these! Buy now or cry later when they're HUNDREDS
            • danielsoneil's avatar
              danielsoneil
              If my copy (purchased new in Jan 2022) is representative, whatever problems RTI was having with pressing this in mid-2021 has been resolved. I run a shibata stylus that is extremely unforgiving of surface noise, and my copy sounds superb.
              • jangrimm's avatar
                jangrimm
                Edited 2 years ago
                Man I get so unbelievably frustrated listening to this garbage pressing... Too bad they don't reside in Germany - if they did I'd file a complaint for consumer protection agency regulation. Labels like this should not be allowed to operate and sell defective items to people paying the full price.
                • jangrimm's avatar
                  jangrimm
                  Edited 2 years ago
                  Gave this record a spin again this morning. Perfect for getting angry and setting yourself a bad and annoyed start to the day with crackles, non-filler issues and other inacceptable issues like factory-induced scratches that one paid 75€ for. What an impudence to sell records like this. I wrote to Impex about the issue and never received an answer.
                  • PlanetaryVinyl's avatar
                    My copy sounds great. No surface noise and the mix is really well done. I’ve never had a problem with Impex. Every record I’ve purchased by them has come completely fine.
                    • yankfish's avatar
                      yankfish
                      music is not great, bought on a whim, sounds elevator musicish
                      vinyl a bit noisy
                      mix is really piano heavy and with close mics

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