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Ryo FukuiScenery

Label:We Release Jazz – WRJ001
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Half Speed
Style:Bop, Modal, Cool Jazz


A1It Could Happen To You
Written-ByJ. Van Heusen*
A2I Want To Talk About You
Written-ByB. Eckstine*
A3Early Summer
Written-ByH. Ichikawa*
B1Willow Weep For Me
Written-ByA. Ronell*
B2Autumn Leaves
Written-ByJ. Kosma*
Written-ByR. Fukui*

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker barcode on outside packaging): 4260544825095
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BI 13636-01 A1 WRJ 001 A HALFSPEED EBS RM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): BI 13636-01 B1 WRJ 001 B HALFSPEED EBS RM

Other Versions (5 of 17)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Scenery (LP, Album)NadjaPA-7148Japan1976
New Submission
Scenery (LP, Album, Promo)NadjaPA-7148Japan1976
Scenery+2 (CD, Album, Reissue)Solid Records (6)CDSOL-1107Japan2005
Scenery (6×File, AAC, 256 kbps)Trio Recordsnone2005
Scenery (LP, Album, Reissue)Nadja, Art UnionARTD-5540Japan2009
ryanchang's profile picture
Edited one month ago
Phenomenon: one very strange, one unfortunate. I start with the latter:

1) Visually, my disc has many visible scratches that don't produce extra-musical artifacts like pops. However, the disc appears as if it had been thrown across the factory floor.

2) The L/R channels are inverted. Double-checked with my CDSOL-1418 copy ( -- the drums on the digital version's "It Could Happen To You" come out of the right speaker, whereas on this WRJ001 release, the drums fire from the left speaker. Wondering if anybody else experiences thes.
dinkydunkin's profile picture
No complaints here. A classic, perfectly pressed. Dead quiet. Sounds like they're in the room. I'll be looking out for more from We Release Jazz, that's for sure.
jannikw's profile picture
Edited 2 months ago
It seems that I was not lucky with the pressing I got. So much surface noise..after two very intense runs in the cleaning machine it‘s better, but still not what I would have expected reading all this super good reviews.
Minitaur's profile picture
This pressing is dead quiet, I didn’t notice any surface noise or popping on either side. The dynamics are wonderful. Fantastic release.
mcwlod's profile picture
Perfect pressing, perfect music.
My third We Release Jazz vinyl and all have been pristine, just as they should to let this beautiful music shine.
lumpiestpoon3's profile picture
Best sounding record I own, dynamic and loud. Well worth the price.
AurelChan's profile picture
A very good record. I wont speak about the music itself because this is one of the classic jazz albums that every jazz lover must have in his library.
Quality: Half speed mastering obviously do the job, and the music is just as clear as possible. After a big cleaning with special solution, everything is perfect, except for the first half of the B face who has some "cracks" that I can't explain. Fortunately it's not too bad, but it's easily discernible, especially on the parts without the drums. IDK if i'm just the one to have this problem, but multiple cleaning don't change anything.
All in all, I'm still very happy to be able to listen to this album on vinyl, especially considering the rating of the 1st edition. I don't know if the 180g version (which was unavailable when I bought mine) is better, but it'd seems that it's the same master and the same engraving.
TheLateArthurDent's profile picture
Edited 8 months ago
sick record. one of the best sounding records i own; as good as any music matters jazz i've heard (zero surface noise; perfect dynamics and flow). amazing.
gordan_m's profile picture
Flawless pressing.
Really enjoyable record.
Great music.
Get it if you can!
synth3000's profile picture
If this is the result of half-speed mastering, then every record should be mastered at half-speed. Cannot recommend enough.